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1/5 An essay by AL Kennedy about writer Anthony Burgess.
Tom Service talks to the creators of a new opera based on Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale.
Sara Mohr-Pietsch meets the choir Musarc and reflects on Veljo Tormis with Paul Hillier.
8/9 Lucie Skeaping delves into Handel's opera Alcina, with musical director Alan Curtis.
Michael Berkeley's guests is writer on families Andrew Solomon.
Flux Quartet in Nancarrow, Chiu, Anderson and Gordon. Plus a tribute to Pauline Oliveros.
5/5 Stuart Kelly addresses the philosophy of Martin Heidegger and his Scottish translator.
Ian McMillan and guests examine the language of persuasion.
4/5 Stuart Kelly discusses Austrian painter Oskar Kokoschka and German artist Joseph Beuys.
Philip Dodd considers the importance of 'play' in the way our city centres are designed.