Dame Kiri Te Kanawa selects herfavourite classics. Tonight she chooses duets from operas including
Mozart's Don Giovanni and Puccini's La
Boheme and popular music from the world of ballet, including
Tchaikovsky's Waltzof the Flowers from The
Nutcrackerand the finale of Stravinsky's The Firebird.
Dame Kiri Te
Standards, pops and classics from the organ and keyboard world, including an interview with British-born organist Martin Setchell.
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WORLD OF FAITH WEEK
What will religion look like in the 21st century? Emily Buchanan , the BBC religious affairs correspondent, talks to religious leaders about the future of faith in the year 2,000 and beyond.
Producer Tim Pemberton
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