To record the effect of changing light, Monet painted certain subjects many times.
Kate Saunders visits the Royal Academy for the first exhibition of his 'series' paintings since his death. Producer Richard Bannerman Stereo
Michael Berkeley meets the Calcutta Drum
Christopher Palmer 's new book Composers in Hollywood, and sees a stage version of Bergman's film
Scenes from a Marriage. Producer Beaty Rubens
James Agate - theatre critic, broadcaster and bon viveur - chronicled his life in London during the 30s and 40s in his diaries. In the first of four parts, Timothy West reads Agate's words. With Nigel Carrington , James Greene , Fraser Kerr , Michael Kilgarriff ,
David King , Henry Power and Jane Whittenshaw. Adapted by David Wheeler
Producer Rosemary Hart. Stereo
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