2/6. David Hepworth introduces a series in which six famous people reveal the literary works that influenced them. This evening interior designer and style guru Laurence Llewelyn -Bowen discusses Brideshead
Revisited - Eveyln Waugh 's social satire, first published in 1945.
Another chance to hear a special concert in which Italian tenor
Andrea Bocelli shares the stage with the BBC Concert Orchestra for an evening of his favourite songs and arias. With Ken Bruce at London's Mermaid Theatre.
Brian Sibley 's abridged version of his account of the love affair between author CS Lewis and Joy Davidman , read by Ian Richardson. 2/8. Professor Lewis accepts a lunch invitation in an Oxford hotel just opposite his academic home. Abridged by Brian Sibley
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