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: Motherland - a Genetic Journey

The extraordinary story of three people who have used genetics to find their lost African roots is told in an epic documentary. Narrated by Hugh Quarshie. (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Hugh Quarshie

: Edinburgh International Festival

The last in the series of concerts features bass-baritone Thomas Quasthoff , who has outspoken views on art and disability. Accompanied by Andras Schiff , the programme, from Edinburgh's Usher Hall, is Brahms's Four Serious Songs, Schubert lieder and Morike settings by Wolf. Presented by Stephanie Hughes. (W)

Contributors

Baritone: Thomas Quasthoff
Accompanied By: Andras Schiff
Presented By: Stephanie Hughes

: The Lives of Animals

So horrified by cruelty to animals is Elizabeth Costello that she can no longer look another person in the eye. Eileen Atkins , Paul Rhys and Lia Williams star in this animal-rights drama, based on the writings of Booker winner JM Coetzee. (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Elizabeth Costello
Unknown: Eileen Atkins
Unknown: Paul Rhys
Unknown: Lia Williams

: Brecon Jazz

Rising star
Jamie Cullum , Cuban group
Sierra Maestra, jazz orchestra the African Jazz All Stars, pianist Junior Mance , vocalese expert Kurt Elling , saxophonist Michael Brecker , Nigerian Waka artist Queen Salawa Abeni and accordionist Richard Galliano are among highlights from this year's festival. (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Jamie Cullum
Pianist: Junior Mance
Unknown: Kurt Elling
Unknown: Michael Brecker
Artist: Nigerian Waka
Artist: Queen Salawa Abeni
Accordionist: Richard Galliano

: As 8.30pm.









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