Four concertos by Sally Beamish and her Gala Water for solo cello, are accompanied by images of nature and the First World War. Ilan Volkov conducts the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. Featuring soloists John Harle (sax), Lawrence Power (viola), Robert Cohen (cello), Anthony Marwood (violin) and Robert Irvine (cello). (W)
The legacy of Antoni Gaudi, the last great cathedral builder of the 20th century, is explored by Robert Hughes. A Catholic celibate, Gaudi created some of the most sensuous buildings ever known. (S)(W)
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