Series in which composer Howard Goodall unites contrasting musical genres around a shared theme.
A European Odyssey Violinist Vanessa-Mae presents a selection of European works, including music by Canteloube, Respighi, Sibelius, Ravel, Arvo Part and Theodorakis
Barry Norman concludes a profile of film actor Michael Caine , who turns 70 in March. 2: A look at Caine's mixed
Hollywood career, including Woody Allen 's Hannah and Her Sisters, forwhich he won an Oscar, and the less memorable The Swarm.
And the actor elaborates on his remarks about never feeling appreciated in Britain.
Series in which Branford Marsalis looks at six key modern jazz recordings.
A look at British pianist Stan Tracey's 1965 suite, inspired by a BBC radio production of Dylan Thomas's play and featuring saxophonist Bobby Wellins.
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