Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
The role of orchestral leader and its relationship with the conductor and fellow players.
David and Anna discuss paperbacks by Elie Wiesel, Somerset Maugham and Rose Macaulay.
1/5 Margaret Atwood recalls dramas in reading her work to audiences.
6/10 The influence of evolutionary theory, phrenology and a hole in Phineas Gage's head.
From Thomas Tallis to Abba, the death row lawyer shares his castaway choices.
4/5 Roger Deakin looks at forest birdsong in France and hunts bush plums with Aboriginal women
Colin Shindler looks back at what's been won and lost when sport hits the big screen.
3/6 The politician takes Wendy Robbins to the boarding schools for the blind that he attended.
Soprano Catherine Bott asks why St Cecilia still inspires composers and musicians.
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