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The human soul's desire for transcendence. Readings by Stephen Mangan and Adjoa Andoh.
Emilia Fox & Richard Armitage read poetry & prose on the theme of a 'Symphony of a City'.
Texts and music exploring the theme of exile. Readings by Frances Barber and Greg Hicks.
Texts and music on the theme of the afterlife. Readings by Sophie Okonedo and Paul Copley.
Texts and music on the theme of enemies. Readings by Struan Rodger and Siobhan Redmond.
Music and poetry set in provincial France. Readings by Jonathan Firth and Haydn Gwynne.
Poems and music about refrain and repetition. Readings by Samuel West and Nancy Carroll.
Poems and music by prodigies and the early work of great artists.
A selection of music and poetry on a theme of Time.
Texts and music inspired by the world seen from above, birds in flight, and mountain tops.
Texts and music focusing on clowns, with readings from Alison Steadman and Andrew Sachs.
A sequence of poetry, prose and music on the theme of awakenings.
Texts and music focusing on miniatures, with readings by John Rowe and Lia Williams.
Sequence of poetry, prose and music on the relationship between man, nature and machines.
Music, poetry and prose about the moon, with readings by Art Malik and Alexandra Gilbreath
Texts and music about the art of friendship. Readers are Robert Lindsay and Diana Quick.
Texts and music inspired by rivers, with readings by Juliet Stevenson and Jamie Glover.
Words and music on the theme of May Day. Readers: Sarah Alexander and Julian Rhind-Tutt.
Words and music about rebels, featuring readings by David Bamber and Gillian Bevan.
Words and music inspired by painting, with readings by Alex Jennings and Carolyn Pickles.
A sequence of poetry, prose and music focusing on sickness. Including Kodaly and Bach.
A sequence of poetry, prose and music centring on altered states and visions.
A sequence of music, poetry and prose celebrating the landscape of southern England.
Christopher Eccleston and Olivia Hallinan read from love letters - real and fictional.
Texts and music on the subject of healing, with readings by Celia Imrie and Bill Paterson.
Words and music about hunting and chasing. Readings by Nicholas Farrell, Deborah Finlay.
Poetry, prose and music on a Scottish theme. The readers are Jimmy Yuill and Stella Gonet.
A portrait in music, poetry and prose of Turkey, seen through the eyes of the outsider.
Michael Maloney and Lesley Sharp read poems and texts exploring the face.
Mackenzie Crook and Jason Isaacs explore male fragility in Russian literature.