Live from the Châtelet Theatre, Paris, the first part of Berlioz's epic opera is conducted by John Eliot Gardiner with stars tenor Gregory Kunde and mezzo Anna Caterina Antonacci. Delayed coverage of part two is next Saturday. (W)
In the year Sir John Mortimer turns 80, Alan Yentob profiles the barrister turned author. His play A Voyage Round My Father follows.
First shown on BBC1 (S) (W) Where There's a Will, 9.45am (FM) and 12.30am Radio 4. starting Mon
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