New. 2/4. Simon Russell Beale explores the history of Western sacred music, revealing the links between the papal intrigues of Renaissance Rome and the music of Palestrina, "the Prince of Music". See panel.
Chronicling comedian Tony Hancock 's affair with his best friend's wife Joan Le Mesurier. his battle against alcoholism and depression, and his attempts to revive his career in Australia.
See choice, page 104. Hancock and me: page 19
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