Mozart's 250th anniversary is celebrated, live at Glyndebourne, with a production of one of his best-loved operas. Nicholas Hytner of the National Theatre returns to opera for the first time in ten years, to direct an international cast of young singers. Ivan Fischer conducts the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. Hosted by Verity Sharp.
The inspiration for the Bard's sonnets is explored in this 2005 drama by William Boyd. Rupert Graves stars, with Indira Varma and Tom Sturridge as the others in a love triangle. With Zoe Wanamaker and Anna Chancellor.
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