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Catriona Young's selection includes a concert of music by Weill, with Anne Sofie von Otter
Clemency Burton-Hill presents Radio 3's breakfast show, featuring music from World War I.
With Rob Cowan. Including Rob's Essential Choice: Chadwick: Tam O'Shanter.
3/5 Donald Macleod discusses Gurney's falling in love while in hospital during WWI.
2/5 Works composed in the year 1915, by Debussy, Bartok and Reger.
8/10 Katie Derham introduces music from Ives, Ornstein, Romberg and Barber.
From Liverpool Cathedral.
Suzy Klein's guests include three-woman vocal ensemble Juice.
1/2 Alexandre Tharaud (piano) in Mozart: Suite, K399; Gigue, K574; Preambulum; Sonata, K331.
Daniel Hope tells the story of Fernando Buschman, a violinist executed for spying in WWI. (R)
2/2 Alexandre Tharaud (piano) in Mahler: Adagietto (Symphony No 5). Schubert: Impromptus, D899
Philip Dodd explores Liberal ideas past and present and talks to director Yael Farber.
8/10 BBC correspondent Lyse Doucet discusses Edith Wharton's reportage from wartime France.
With Nick Luscombe. Music by Dowland and a new release by James Rhodes.
Catriona Young's selection includes the Danish String Quartet in Haydn and Janacek.
Thursday 3 July 2014