nNew. The former politician visits
Spain to explore the exhumation of bodies from mass graves for the first time since the end of the country's bloody civil war 70 years ago. Part of War Graves week. See panel.
Repeated tomorrow at 1.25am
New. Examining the section in the Arlington National Cemetery where US servicemen and women are buried, looking at the impact of the lives lost in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.
Repeated on Wednesday at 12.35am
1/4. Simon Russell Beale explores the history of Western sacred music, starting his journey at Notre Dame in Paris.
11.55 2/4. Uncovering the links between the papal intrigues of Renaissance Rome and the music of Palestrina.
12.55am 3/4. Exploring the history of Western sacred music through the story of Thomas Tallis and William Byrd.
1.55 4/4. How organ music used in church services during the Protestant Reformation helped shape Bach's music.
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