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Sir Simon Jenkins, Dame Kiri te Kanawa

Rev Richard Coles and Suzy Klein with the National Trust chairman Sir Simon Jenkins, plus the Inheritance Tracks of Dame Kiri te Kanawa and Francesco da Mosto on views of Venice.

Rev Richard Coles and Suzy Klein with the chairman of The National Trust, Sir Simon Jenkins, talking about the National Trust and his new book 'England's 100 Best Views', Francesco Da Mosto sharing his views of Venice and elsewhere, Tony Bennett, the 'VisitBritain' and 'Countryside is Great' Take a View Landscape Photographer of the year 2013 on the perfect landscape photograph, Ang Zangbhu, a supporter of the Himalayan Trust UK and a former sherpa in the foothills of Everest who now flies jets out of Gatwick, describing the view of his birthplace from the air, Ron Price, at 95, the oldest National Trust volunteer, on the joys of volunteering and a life involved with Buckland Abbey in Devon, Judy Worham and Carol Blacher, retired friends, who are exploring London's underground stations, The Inheritance Tracks of Dame Kiri te Kanawa who chooses O Mio Babbino Caro by Giacomo Puccini and Marschallin's Monologue from Der Rosenkavalier by Richard Strauss, and JP Devlin visits the Irish town of Gort, population around 3,000 and with a significant Brazilian community.
Produced by Chris Wilson.

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1 hour, 28 minutes

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Sat 7 Jun 2014 09:00

Studio Photo: Carole, Richard, Suzy, Simon, Judy

Studio Photo: Carole, Richard, Suzy, Simon, Judy
Carole Blacher, Rev Richard Coles, Suzy Klein, Sir Simon Jenkins and Judy Worham


Role Contributor
Presenter Richard Coles
Presenter Suzy Klein
Interviewed Guest Simon Jenkins
Interviewed Guest Tony Bennett
Interviewed Guest Francesco da Mosto
Interviewed Guest Ang Zangbhu
Interviewed Guest Ron Price
Interviewed Guest Judy Worham
Interviewed Guest Carol Blacher
Interviewed Guest Kiri Te Kanawa
Interviewed Guest JP Devlin
Producer Chris Wilson


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