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3/3 Vaughan Williams giving his thoughts in 1955 on his teachers, including Hubert Parry.
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2/3 A tribute to Vaughan Williams's friend and fellow composer Gustav Holst.
1/3 A talk Vaughan Williams gave in 1950, discussing Bach and his own reputation at the time.
4/4 Kapka Kassabova contrasts her impresssions of the UK as a teenager and later as an adult. (R)
3/4 Eva Hoffman looks at how Britain should balance old values with new and foreign ones. (R)
2/4 As an immigrant, writer Nadeem Aslam explores his ambiguous relationship to Britain. (R)
1/4 Jamaican poet James Berry talks about revising the idea of Britishness he has absorbed. (R)
3/3 Philosopher Nick Bostrom explains why discovering aliens would be a disaster for humanity. (R)
1/3 Biologist Jack Cohen on why aliens would alter our view of biology, evolution and religion (R)
3/3 The threat of nuclear/environmental holocaust, explored by writers such as Neville Shute.
2/3 Looking at HG Wells and Aldous Huxley's questioning whether can science mend broken dreams
1/3 Contrasting future worlds in novels from the 1880s - by Edward Bellamy and William Morris.