Katherine Mansfield's story of an unsettling reconciliation between husband and wife.
13/30 Writer David Almond discusses Caedmon, the earliest English poet whose name is known. (R)
Tom Service and others explore the ideas behind Wagner's own opera house in Bayreuth. (R)
Matthew Sweet presents a selection of film scores inspired by love and tragedy.
Important Anglo-Saxon women: Abbess Hild of Whitby, Wynflaed and Queen Emma of Normandy.
Michael Wood introduces portraits of King Alfred the Great and his lesser-known daughter. (R)
Portraits of Anglo-Saxon Kings: King Cnut, Edward the Confessor and King Harold Godwinson. (R)
Diarmaid MacCulloch tells the story of iconoclasm during the English Reformation. (R)
Andrew Green explores the life and little-heard romantic music of William Lloyd Webber. (R)
1/2 An overview of Nino Rota's film scores, with The Godfather, The Leopard, Romeo and Juliet.