says Good Morning Easter from St Peter 's Square in the heart of Rome, and meets tenor Luciano Pavarotti , an ambassador, a cardinal, a Swiss Guard and thousands of pilgrims. With hymns by the choir of the Venerable
Continuing the series in which promising young solo instrumentalists on the threshold of their careers compete for the Radio 2
Young Musician prize. This programme features Andrew McNeil (saxophone) from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and Ekaterina Apekisheva (piano) from the Royal College of Music.
The first of two programmes recorded on a Royal British Legion pilgrimage to
Malaysia. Charlie meets expatriate tea and rubber planters who talk about the days when, as Malaya, it was part of the British Empire. His travelling companions talk about their visit to the scenes of events that took place during the Second World War and the Communist insurrection of the 1950s. Followed by Charlie Chester 's Easter
Parade Monologues and music for Easter Day. Producer David Welsby
A packed Royal Albert Hall welcomes Noel Tredinnick and the All Souls Choir and Orchestra in a glorious celebration of Easter. The evening includes music by Mozart, Saint-Saens, Handel and Elgar as well as some great hymns of praise. Producer Michael Wakelin
Radio 2 Arts Programme Sean Street and Christopher Cook set off again to chronicle literary Britain. They travel to
Somerset and remember
Coleridge at Nether Stowey and Wordsworth at Alfoxden.
They celebrate the great western county with thoughts of John Cowper Powys and Evelyn Waugh , while writer Richard Emeny looks at the rich treasure-trove of the county's literary associations. Producer Stella Hanson
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