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: History: The Works

Anita Lasker-Wallfisch revisits Auscwitz, where she escaped death due to her brilliant cello playing

: History: One Foot in the Past

the story of Admiral Lord Nelson's affair with Emma Hamilton (S)

: History: Myths of Nelson's Navy

Documentary revising the view of the navy in Nelson's time as a floating hell

: Arts: Henry Moore: Carving a Reputation

(part2). 1945-1986 (S)

: Arts: Talking Art: Cezanne

Contributors including Raymond Blanc and Charlotte Rampling discuss Cezanne

: Arts: Masterclass: Photography

Eamonn McCabe shares some of his trade secrets

: Arts: Culture Fix

a guide to post-modern culture

: History: The Works

Anita Lasker-Wallfisch revisits Auscwitz, where she escaped death due to her brilliant cello playing

: History: One Foot in the Past

the story of Admiral Lord Nelson's affair with Emma Hamilton (S)

: History: Myths of Nelson's Navy

Documentary revising the view of the navy in Nelson's time as a floating hell

: Arts: Henry Moore: Carving a Reputation

(part2). 1945-1986 (S)

: Arts: Talking Art: Cezanne

Contributors including Raymond Blanc and Charlotte Rampling discuss Cezanne

: Arts: Masterclass: Photography

Eamonn McCabe shares some of his trade secrets

: Arts: Culture Fix

a guide to post-modern culture

: History: The Works

Anita Lasker-Wallfisch revisits Auscwitz, where she escaped death due to her brilliant cello playing

: The Witness

Belsen theHorror Camp. Jim Wheeler describes the atrocities he witnessed at Belsen concentration camp

: FILM: The Wannsee Conference

a recreation of the meeting in which Nazi officials discussed the Final Solution. Starring Deitrich Mattausch, Gerd Bockmann

: Arts: Henry Moore: Carving a Reputation

(part2). 1945-1986 (S)

: Arts: Talking Art: Cezanne

Contributors including Raymond Blanc and Charlotte Rampling discuss Cezanne

: Arts: Masterclass: Photography

Eamonn McCabe shares some of his trade secrets

: Arts: Culture Fix

a guide to post-modern culture

: History: The Works

Anita Lasker-Wallfisch revisits Auscwitz, where she escaped death due to her brilliant cello playing

: The Witness

Belsen theHorror Camp. Jim Wheeler describes the atrocities he witnessed at Belsen concentration camp

: FILM: The Wannsee Conference

a recreation of the meeting in which Nazi officials discussed the Final Solution. Starring Deitrich Mattausch, Gerd Bockmann

: The Witness

The Light of aThousand Suns. Miyoko Matsubara describes the horror of Hiroshima

: Arts: Henry Moore: Carving a Reputation

(part2). 1945-1986 (S)

: Arts: Talking Art: Cezanne

Contributors including Raymond Blanc and Charlotte Rampling discuss Cezanne

: Arts: Masterclass: Photography

Eamonn McCabe shares some of his trade secrets

: Arts: Culture Fix

a guide to post-modern culture

: Closedown









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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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