Clio Gould presents a performance of all six of JS Bach's celebrated Brandenburg Concertos, performed on period instruments by the Feinstein Ensemble at
London's Queen Elizabeth Hall. She also chats to the director of the orchestra, flautist and recorder player Martin Feinstein.
I Tanovic's bleak satire set during the 1990s conflict in the Balkans, which scooped the Best Foreign Language Film prize at the 2002 Oscars. In Bosnian, Croatian, English, French, Serbian and Serbo-Croat with English subtitles. Starring Branko Djuric , Rene Bitorajac , Filip Sovagovic , Aiain Eloy and Katrin Cartlidge.
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