Series in which composer
Howard Goodall juxtaposes contrasting musical genres around a shared theme.
6: Who Pays the Piper?
A look at musical patrons, featuring cellist Steven Isserlis and the works of Beethoven, Tchaikovsky and Ravel.
Kate Thomton continues her series charting the career of Rod Stewart.
2: Atlantic Crossing
A look at the break-up of the Faces, Stewart's hit solo albums, his move to
America and a change in style during the 1980s. With input from Roderick David Stewart himself,
Jim Cregan , Arnold Stiefel , Ron Wood , Mick Waller , Kenney Jones and John Pidgeon.
Branford Marsalis looks at six seminal modern jazz recordings.
5: Cassandra Wilson - Blue
Light Til Dawn
Cassandra Wilson , producer Craig Street and Blue Note executive Michael Cuscuna discuss Wilson's 1993 experimental folk-blues hit.
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