New. Vassily Sinaisky conducts the BBC Philharmonic in Eigar's
Symphony No 2 in E flat to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the composer's death. Also on the programme are Ernest Moeran 's
Symphony in G and Gerald Finzi 's Grand Fantasia and Toccata, featuring piano soloist Leon McCawley. Presented by conductor Charles Hazlewood. See panel. Also broadcast on BBC Radio 3
4/4. How Edwardian technology helped the bicycle become a universal mode of transportation regarded as one of the most important inventions of all time. The bike was unhindered by class boundaries, enabling residents of urban areas to escape to the country and, surprisingly, it is also credited with widening the gene pool.
2/11. The Brothers. A double murder that Wallander is called to investigate has an emotional significance for him.
As the killings continue, he and his team delve deeper, and begin to suspect the crimes may be linked to army troops who are in Ystad on a training exercise. Swedish detective drama starring Krister Henriksson and Johanna Sallstrom. See choice, page 66.
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