3/5 Frederic Raphael focuses on some of literature's most famous couples.
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2/5 Writer Frederic Raphael explores some of classical myth and literature's couples.
1/5 Frederic Raphael explores some of the earliest couples in civilisation.
5/5 Clemency Burton-Hill asks what it means to be an actor, especially when unemployed.
4/5 Actor Mat Fraser gives a view inside his 'job-getting toolbox'.
3/5 Actress Olivia Williams reflects on the actor-director relationship.
2/5 Actor Simon McBurney explores how performing in the same play is a process of refinement.
1/5 Diana Quick reflects on the role of actors as storytellers.
5/5 David Hendy asks if the internet is degrading or enhancing our mental abilities.
4/5 David Hendy asks if revealing TV shows have increased interest in others' private lives.
3/5 David Hendy asks if media reports of tragedy help us to come to terms with suffering.
2/5 How effective were BBC efforts to improve the 'public mind' between the two world wars?
1/5 David Hendy on how wireless communication conquered the world in the early 20th century.
5/5 John Worthen reconsiders the facts about Schumann's final episode of mental illness.
4/5 John Tibbetts explores the 'inner voices' he finds in Schumann's music.
3/5 Graham Johnson on Schumann's relationship, in musical and domestic terms, to childhood.
2/5 Eric Jensen charts Schumann's progress from all-devouring reader to music critic.
1/5 Lucy Parham traces Clara Schumann's love and musical support for her husband, Robert.
5/5 Countertenor Michael Chance describes the challenge of being an opera singer on the road.
4/5 Ashutosh Khandekar recounts his entry into the opera world through student opera.
3/5 Critic Robert Thicknesse explains why he has fallen out of love with opera.
2/5 Matt Peacock reflects on how opera can transform the lives of homeless people.