Two Days, One Night; Timothy West on being Barbirolli; Alan Warner; Ilan Volkov

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With Razia Iqbal

Two Days, One Night starring Marion Cotillard is reviewed; Timothy West on lending his voice to a statue of Sir John Barbirolli ; Scottish novelist Alan Warner discusses his new novel Their Lips Talk of Mischief; and as the Iceland Symphony Orchestra makes its debut at the BBC Proms, conductor Ilan Volkov and critic Hilary Finch discuss the influence of Iceland's dramatic landscape on its classical music.

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Thu 21 Aug 2014 19:15

Two Days, One Night

Two Days, One Night
Hannah McGill reviews of Two Days, One Night, starring Marion Cotillard.

Alan Warner

Alan Warner
Scottish novelist Alan Warner discusses his latest, Their Lips Talk of Mischief.

Ilan Volkov and Hilary Finch

Ilan Volkov and Hilary Finch

Ilan Volkov and critic Hilary Finch discuss the influence of Iceland's dramatic landscape on its classical music.

Proms 48: Classical Tectonics conducted by Ilan Volkov is playing at the Royal Albert Hall on Friday 22 August at 7.30pm

Talking Statues

Talking Statues
Timothy West on being the voice of a Sir John Barbirolli statue.

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Role Contributor
PresenterRazia Iqbal
Interviewed GuestTimothy West
Interviewed GuestAlan Warner
Interviewed GuestIlan Volkov
Interviewed GuestHilary Finch
ProducerCraig Smith

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