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Antony Hopkins on "Enigma Variations"

7 May 2014 Last updated at 12:10 BST

The composer and broadcaster Antony Hopkins, who presented the BBC Radio 3 programme Talking About Music for more than 36 years, has died aged 93.

Mr Hopkins, who was appointed a CBE in 1976 for services to music, was also a conductor and an accomplished pianist.

He regularly displayed his musical prowess during his radio shows when he was also joined by high-profile guests.

Here, on one of his programmes, he talks about Edward Elgar's Enigma Variations.

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