Refresh your morning with a great selection of classical music, presented by Suzy Klein and Ian Skelly
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Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough presents quirky tales gathered from the corners of history.
Refresh your day with a great selection of classical music, picked by listeners.
A strange fashion for side-whiskers was all the rage from 1800-1820. Where are they now?
Lenny Henry's biggest inspirations include 19th-century composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor.
How did such beautiful sounds emerge from the ugliness of war?
Kate Romano explores the 1950s craze for collecting "lucky" bus tickets.
Listen to a short clip of Juan de Araujo's Ay Andar, performed by Ex Cathedra.
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