|01||Shifting Patterns Of Enlightenment||20130325|
The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment enjoys a particularly happy relationship with the South West of England and especially with St George's Bristol. Tom Service, in discussion with Sir Nicholas Kenyon, director of the Barbican Centre, and tonight's music chief, John Butt, finds out where the attraction lies. Tom also discovers how this period instrument band has evolved since it was set up by a committee of players way back in 1986.
|02 LAST||The Spanish Golden Age||20130328|
The 16th century saw an extraordinary explosion of creativity in Spain, in literature, painting and music. Tom Service discusses the circumstances which brought about this Spanish Golden Age with Nandini Das and Andrew Lawrence King.