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An original story by Joe Dunthorne, about two Welsh non-identical twin sisters.
Peggy Reynolds explores the story of the children's song Frere Jacques.
Ivan Hewett explores the myths that surround the first performance of The Rite of Spring.
Katie Derham tours Tredegar House in Wales with Lars Tharp and the NT's Derw Thomas.
Katie Derham is joined by Lars Tharp and curator Victoria Bradley for a tour of Ham House.
Story about a young woman making a fresh start at The Spring Meadow Home for the Elderly.
Katie Derham, Lars Tharp and Katherine Sharp take a tour of the treasures of Clandon Park.
Paul Allen argues that the downfall of Oedipus was the fault of his father, Laius.
Katie Derham tours Powis Castle for a closer look at its many Baroque splendours.
A portrait in sound of Washington DC created by people who live there.
Katie Derham explores the history of The Vyne, a 16th-century country house in Hampshire.
Vocal coach and voice expert Mary King charts the rise and fall of the castrati.
A specially commissioned short story by Lucy Caldwell about the solace that music brings.
Cliff Eisen traces the history of Leopold Mozart's influential violin treatise of 1756.
Three trombone experts talk about the life of an orchestral trombone player.
Distinguished pianist and teacher Katharina Wolpe talks to Martin Handley.
Actress Morven Christie reads a newly-discovered story from 1909 by Katherine Mansfield.
Ian Christie explores the life and work of Polish film director Andrzej Wajda.
A new seasonal short story by Alison MacLeod about the precious things in daily life.
Jonathan Coffey explores the life and legacy of American virtuoso violinist Michael Rabin.
Writer Ronald Blythe talks to Mark Cocker about his career and times.
In Jack London's classic tale a man battles the bitter elements.
Ian Sansom reflects on the art of taxidermy and our need to preserve life by stuffing it.
For the 90th anniversary of BBC radio, Simon Elmes celebrates music broadcasting pioneers.
Sian Thomas reads Rudyard Kipling's story of remembrance, written out of his own grief.
Matthew Sweet meets architect Spencer de Grey whose designs include The Sage Gateshead.
How 1930s novelists and composers used the pastoral mode to address the legacy of WWI.
Soweto Kinch explores the profound impressions Miles Davis made on his fellow artists.
Lesley Chamberlain tells the story of German artist and architect Heinrich Vogeler.
Stefan Zweig's story about the discovery on Lake Geneva of a man clinging to driftwood.