Christoph von Dohnanyi is renowned for his insightful interpretations of the great German Romantic repertoire - tonight, he conducts the Philharmonia Orchestra in Mahler's turbulent Fifth Symphony. That's preceded by one of Mozart's most charming works - the Third Violin Concerto - performed by soloist Christian Tetzlaff. Presented by Verity Sharp. Also broadcast live on BBC Radio 3 from 7.30pm. INTERACTIVE: digital viewers can access music notes via the red button
The life of playwright. beachcomber and - lobsterman Nick Darke , who recently met an untimely death, is explored in this poignant portrait. Atmospheric archive film shot by his father reveals how Darke practised the ancient pastime of "wrecking", as he combed Cornwall's rugged and beautiful north-coast shoreline for exotic sea beans, fishing paraphernalia and other items deposited on the beach. It's a shore thing: page 22
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