Voices

Episodes

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20040420

Little and Large: Iain Burnside presents a selection of songs about little things - and big ones. Includes songs by Bizet, Wolf and Loesser.

20040504

Iain Burnside presents a recital of songs by a young Welsh soprano and a young British bass. Includes music by Purcell, Schumann, Brahms, Ibert and Finzi.

Elizabeth Donovan (soprano)

Matthew Rose (bass)

Simon Lepper (piano)

Iain Burnside (piano)

20040601

Iain Burnside and the art historian Frank Whitford visit London's National Gallery matching up paintings with songs including pictures by Constable, Watteau, Vermeer and Klimt and songs by Poulenc, Schubert, Sondheim and Dolly Parton.

20040601

Iain Burnside and the art historian Frank Whitford visit London's National Gallery matching up paintings with songs including pictures by Constable, Watteau, Vermeer and Klimt and songs by Poulenc, Schubert, Sondheim and Dolly Parton.

20040608

Iain Burnside presents a specially recorded recital by the soprano Laura Claycomb with the pianist Roger Vignoles. They perform songs by Debussy, Leonard Bernstein, Mark Blitzstein, and Lee Hoiby together with Messiaen's cycle Chants de Terre et de Ciel.

Laura Claycomb (soprano)

Roger Vignoles (piano).

20040608

Iain Burnside presents a specially recorded recital by the soprano Laura Claycomb with the pianist Roger Vignoles. They perform songs by Debussy, Leonard Bernstein, Mark Blitzstein, and Lee Hoiby together with Messiaen's cycle Chants de Terre et de Ciel.

Laura Claycomb (soprano)

Roger Vignoles (piano).

20040629

Ian Burnside talks to tenor Mark Padmore, well known for his work in early music and for his remarkable performances of the Evangelist in Bach's Passions, about recordings which have influenced or delighted him. They include Finzi sung by Wilfred Brown, Gerorges Thill singing Gounod, as well as Tom Waits' Filipino Box Spring Hog.

20040629

Ian Burnside talks to tenor Mark Padmore, well known for his work in early music and for his remarkable performances of the Evangelist in Bach's Passions, about recordings which have influenced or delighted him. They include Finzi sung by Wilfred Brown, Gerorges Thill singing Gounod, as well as Tom Waits' Filipino Box Spring Hog.

20041005

Iain Burnside presents a selection of songs celebrating some of the best known black singers, including Marion Anderson, Willard White, Jessye Norman and Paul Robeson.

20041005

Iain Burnside presents a selection of songs celebrating some of the best known black singers, including Marion Anderson, Willard White, Jessye Norman and Paul Robeson.

20041012

Iain Burnside talks to the baritone Simon Keenlyside about his career as an opera singer and recitalist as well as about some of the singers who have influenced him such as Gerhard Hüsch, Giuseppe de Luca and Alexander Kipnis.

20041012

Iain Burnside talks to the baritone Simon Keenlyside about his career as an opera singer and recitalist as well as about some of the singers who have influenced him such as Gerhard Hüsch, Giuseppe de Luca and Alexander Kipnis.

20041207

Iain Burnside introduces a studio recital, specially recorded for Voices, of 20th-century English music.

Robin Holloway: This Is Just to Say

Tippett: Boyhood's End

Britten: The Holy Sonnets of John Donne

James Gilchrist (tenor)

Anna Tilbrook (piano).

20041207

Iain Burnside introduces a studio recital, specially recorded for Voices, of 20th-century English music.

Robin Holloway: This Is Just to Say

Tippett: Boyhood's End

Britten: The Holy Sonnets of John Donne

James Gilchrist (tenor)

Anna Tilbrook (piano).

20050125

Iain Burnside presents tenor James Gilchrist and baritone Roderick Williams performing settings of the poetry of AE Housman by composers including Ireland, Bax, Burrows and Butterworth.

The music is complemented by readings of Housman's poetry by the actor Gabriel Woolf.

James Gilchrist (tenor)

Roderick Williams (baritone)

Iain Burnside (piano).

20050125

Iain Burnside presents tenor James Gilchrist and baritone Roderick Williams performing settings of the poetry of AE Housman by composers including Ireland, Bax, Burrows and Butterworth.

The music is complemented by readings of Housman's poetry by the actor Gabriel Woolf.

James Gilchrist (tenor)

Roderick Williams (baritone)

Iain Burnside (piano).

20050322

Iain Burnside introduces a recital given by the acclaimed German baritone Thomas Quasthoff at last year?s Schwetzingen Festival.

Thomas Quasthoff (baritone)

Justus Zeyen (piano)

Schumann: Der Arme Peter, Op 53 No 3

Brahms: Four Serious Songs, Op 121

Schumann: Liederkreis, Op 24.

20050322

Iain Burnside introduces a recital given by the acclaimed German baritone Thomas Quasthoff at last year?s Schwetzingen Festival.

Thomas Quasthoff (baritone)

Justus Zeyen (piano)

Schumann: Der Arme Peter, Op 53 No 3

Brahms: Four Serious Songs, Op 121

Schumann: Liederkreis, Op 24.

20050329

Iain Burnside presents a specially recorded recital in which the young Swedish soprano, Camilla Tilling, and the pianist Julius Drake perform songs by Strauss and Sibelius.

Camilla Tilling (soprano)

Julius Drake (pianist).

20050329

Iain Burnside presents a specially recorded recital in which the young Swedish soprano, Camilla Tilling, and the pianist Julius Drake perform songs by Strauss and Sibelius.

Camilla Tilling (soprano)

Julius Drake (pianist).

20050405

Ian Burnside looks at some of the most significant characters of the Old Testament, with the help of Louis Armstrong, Richard Rogers, Gounod, Schubert and Rev Gary Davis, amongst others.

20050405

Ian Burnside looks at some of the most significant characters of the Old Testament, with the help of Louis Armstrong, Richard Rogers, Gounod, Schubert and Rev Gary Davis, amongst others.

20050412

Iain Burnside presents a recital given by the baritone Thomas Hampson with pianist Wolfram Rieger recorded earlier this year in Salzburg.

With songs by Mozart and ending with the original version of Schumann's song cycle Dichterliebe.

20050412

Iain Burnside presents a recital given by the baritone Thomas Hampson with pianist Wolfram Rieger recorded earlier this year in Salzburg.

With songs by Mozart and ending with the original version of Schumann's song cycle Dichterliebe.

Iain Burnside presents a recital given by the baritone Thomas Hampson with pianist Wolfram Rieger recorded earlier this year in Salzburg. With songs by Mozart and ending with the original version of Schumann's song cycle Dichterliebe

20050419

Iain Burnside presents a recital in which he accompanies the mezzo-soprano Sarah Connolly in a sequence of late Romantic and Expressionist songs by Schoenberg ending with his song cycle, The Book of the Hanging Gardens.

Sarah Connolly (mezzo-soprano)

Iain Burnside (piano).

20050419

Iain Burnside presents a recital in which he accompanies the mezzo-soprano Sarah Connolly in a sequence of late Romantic and Expressionist songs by Schoenberg ending with his song cycle, The Book of the Hanging Gardens.

Sarah Connolly (mezzo-soprano)

Iain Burnside (piano).

20050426

Iain Burnside introduces a specially recorded recital of German Romantic orchestral songs by Richard Strauss, Mahler, Korngold, Reger and Liszt.

Elizabeth Atherton (soprano)

Karen Cargill (mezzo-soprano)

Andrew Kennedy (tenor)

Matthew Rose (bass)

BBC Symphony Orchestra

Jiri Belohlavek (conductor).

20050426

Iain Burnside introduces a specially recorded recital of German Romantic orchestral songs by Richard Strauss, Mahler, Korngold, Reger and Liszt.

Elizabeth Atherton (soprano)

Karen Cargill (mezzo-soprano)

Andrew Kennedy (tenor)

Matthew Rose (bass)

BBC Symphony Orchestra

Jiri Belohlavek (conductor).

20050510

Iain Burnside meets two dames, the soprano Felicity Lott and mezzo-soprano Ann Murray, to discuss their favourite singers and songs.

The selection includes songs by Hahn, Strauss, Montsalvatge and a 1970s reworking of Handel's Messiah!.

20050510

Iain Burnside meets two dames, the soprano Felicity Lott and mezzo-soprano Ann Murray, to discuss their favourite singers and songs.

The selection includes songs by Hahn, Strauss, Montsalvatge and a 1970s reworking of Handel's Messiah!.

20050517

Iain Burnside presents tenor Andrew Kennedy and pianist Julius Drake in a programme including songs by Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov and Janacek's The Diary of One Who Disappeared.

20050517

Iain Burnside presents tenor Andrew Kennedy and pianist Julius Drake in a programme including songs by Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov and Janacek's The Diary of One Who Disappeared.

20050531

Iain Burnside introduces a specially recorded recital in which he and the soprano Lisa Milne perform a selection of settings of Verlaine poems by Debussy, Delius, Hahn, and Szulc.

Debussy, Delius, Hahn, and Szulc: Fêtes Galantes: Verlaine Settings

Lisa Milne (soprano)

Iain Burnside (piano).

20050531

Iain Burnside introduces a specially recorded recital in which he and the soprano Lisa Milne perform a selection of settings of Verlaine poems by Debussy, Delius, Hahn, and Szulc.

Debussy, Delius, Hahn, and Szulc: Fêtes Galantes: Verlaine Settings

Lisa Milne (soprano)

Iain Burnside (piano).

20050705

Iain Burnside presents a recital of songs by two young Swedish singers.

Includes music by Fauré, Wolf, Strauss, Liszt, Stenhammar and Rangström.

Malin Christensson (soprano)

Silvia Fraser (piano)

Hakan Vramsmo (baritone)

Iain Burnside (piano).

20050705

Iain Burnside presents a recital of songs by two young Swedish singers.

Includes music by Fauré, Wolf, Strauss, Liszt, Stenhammar and Rangström.

Malin Christensson (soprano)

Silvia Fraser (piano)

Hakan Vramsmo (baritone)

Iain Burnside (piano).

Iain Burnside presents a recital of songs by two young Swedish singers. Includes music by Fauré, Wolf, Strauss, Liszt, Stenhammar and Rangström.

20050913

Iain Burnside presents an all-Schumann song recital given by the German baritone Christian Gerhaher and pianist Gerold Huber in Vienna earlier this year.

Music includes the Liederkreis Op 39 and the other Schumann settings of Eichendorff and Lenau.

Christian Gerhaher (baritone)

Gerold Huber (pianist).

20050913

Iain Burnside presents an all-Schumann song recital given by the German baritone Christian Gerhaher and pianist Gerold Huber in Vienna earlier this year.

Music includes the Liederkreis Op 39 and the other Schumann settings of Eichendorff and Lenau.

Christian Gerhaher (baritone)

Gerold Huber (pianist).

Iain Burnside presents an all-Schumann song recital given by the German baritone Christian Gerhaher and pianist Gerold Huber in Vienna earlier this year. Music includes the Liederkreis Op 39 and the other Schumann settings of Eichendorff and Lenau.

20051010

A major event to mark the occasion of Harold Pinter's 75th birthday.

Some of the tormentors and the tormented so potently etched in Pinter's later plays are assembled together in a new dramatic work with a musical setting by the composer James Clarke.

There will be a discussion following the broadcast.

Voices: Harry Burton, Anastasia Hille, Andy de la Tour, Douglas Hodge, Gabrielle Hamilton, Roger Lloyd-Pack, Gawn Grainger, Harold Pinter, Indira Varma.

Music: Apartment House; Eileen Aagaard; Prometheus Ensemble; Rolande van der Paal, Etienne Siebens.

The BBC Symphony Orchestra - conducted by Martyn Brabbins and David Porcelijn; Fatma Mehralieva.

20051010

A major event to mark the occasion of Harold Pinter's 75th birthday.

Some of the tormentors and the tormented so potently etched in Pinter's later plays are assembled together in a new dramatic work with a musical setting by the composer James Clarke.

There will be a discussion following the broadcast.

Voices: Harry Burton, Anastasia Hille, Andy de la Tour, Douglas Hodge, Gabrielle Hamilton, Roger Lloyd-Pack, Gawn Grainger, Harold Pinter, Indira Varma.

Music: Apartment House; Eileen Aagaard; Prometheus Ensemble; Rolande van der Paal, Etienne Siebens.

The BBC Symphony Orchestra - conducted by Martyn Brabbins and David Porcelijn; Fatma Mehralieva.

A major event to mark the occasion of Harold Pinter's 75th birthday. Some of the tormentors and the tormented so potently etched in Pinter's later plays are assembled together in a new dramatic work with a musical setting by the composer James Clarke. There will be a discussion following the broadcast.

20051025

Iain Burnside introduces a specially recorded recital with soprano Janice Watson.

With songs by Liza Lehmann, Richard Strauss, Bridge and Liszt.

20051025

Iain Burnside introduces a specially recorded recital with soprano Janice Watson.

With songs by Liza Lehmann, Richard Strauss, Bridge and Liszt.

Iain Burnside introduces a specially recorded recital with soprano Janice Watson. With songs by Liza Lehmann, Richard Strauss, Bridge and Liszt.

20051101

Iain Burnside presents a specially recorded recital of songs by Mendelssohn, Schubert, Poulenc and Wolf, given by Korean soprano Hyunah Yu and pianist Julius Drake.

20051101

Iain Burnside presents a specially recorded recital of songs by Mendelssohn, Schubert, Poulenc and Wolf, given by Korean soprano Hyunah Yu and pianist Julius Drake.

20051108

Iain Burnside's guest is Nicholas Hytner, Director of the National Theatre.

His kind of songs range from a madrigal by Gibbons to Rodgers and Hart's Bewitched, via Mozart and Leonard Cohen.

20051108

Iain Burnside's guest is Nicholas Hytner, Director of the National Theatre.

His kind of songs range from a madrigal by Gibbons to Rodgers and Hart's Bewitched, via Mozart and Leonard Cohen.

Iain Burnside's guest is Nicholas Hytner, Director of the National Theatre. His kind of songs range from a madrigal by Gibbons to Rodgers and Hart's Bewitched, via Mozart and Leonard Cohen.

20051115

Iain Burnside presents an all Schubert recital, given by German tenor Rainer Trost, including Der Zwerg, Geheimnis, Nachtstück and Einsamkeit.

With Ulrich Eisenlohr on piano.

20051115

Iain Burnside presents an all Schubert recital, given by German tenor Rainer Trost, including Der Zwerg, Geheimnis, Nachtstück and Einsamkeit.

With Ulrich Eisenlohr on piano.

Iain Burnside presents an all Schubert recital, given by German tenor Rainer Trost, including Der Zwerg, Geheimnis, Nachtstück and Einsamkeit. With Ulrich Eisenlohr on piano.

20051122

Presenter and pianist Iain Burnside accompanies a recital of songs by Britten, Debussy and Ravel, given by soprano Kate Royal.

20051122

Presenter and pianist Iain Burnside accompanies a recital of songs by Britten, Debussy and Ravel, given by soprano Kate Royal.

20060103

Celebrated soprano Régine Crespin talks to Iain Burnside about her life and career, with excerpts from her favourite recordings.

20060103

Celebrated soprano Régine Crespin talks to Iain Burnside about her life and career, with excerpts from her favourite recordings.

20060110

Iain Burnside introduces a specially recorded recital of English songs given by the baritone Roderick Williams, including George Butterworth's settings of AE Housman's A Shropshire Lad and songs by Finzi and Vaughan-Williams.

20060110

Iain Burnside introduces a specially recorded recital of English songs given by the baritone Roderick Williams, including George Butterworth's settings of AE Housman's A Shropshire Lad and songs by Finzi and Vaughan-Williams.

20060221

Iain Burnside presents a recital of Schubert songs given by Ian Bostridge (tenor) and Julius Drake (piano) at the 2005 Schwarzenberg Schubertiade.

20060221

Iain Burnside presents a recital of Schubert songs given by Ian Bostridge (tenor) and Julius Drake (piano) at the 2005 Schwarzenberg Schubertiade.

20060228

Iain Burnside looks at the many ways of interpreting the songs of Hugo Wolf. Includes performances by Gerard Souzay, Elizabeth Schwarzkopf, Irmgard Seefried, John McCormack, Peter Schreier, Tiana Lemnitz, Friedrich Schorr, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau and Elena Gerhardt, as well as singers from today.

20060228

Iain Burnside looks at the many ways of interpreting the songs of Hugo Wolf. Includes performances by Gerard Souzay, Elizabeth Schwarzkopf, Irmgard Seefried, John McCormack, Peter Schreier, Tiana Lemnitz, Friedrich Schorr, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau and Elena Gerhardt, as well as singers from today.

20060307

Iain Burnside introduces a recital given by baritone Christopher Maltman and pianist Roger Vignoles. It includes Poulenc's Travail du Peintre and Britten's Songs and Proverbs of William Blake

20060307

Iain Burnside introduces a recital given by baritone Christopher Maltman and pianist Roger Vignoles. It includes Poulenc's Travail du Peintre and Britten's Songs and Proverbs of William Blake.

20060314

Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds

Iain Burnside looks at songs that describe the hallucinogenic, the phantasmagorical and the hyper-sensitised. He enters the dreamscape of Schubert's night songs, through the surreal sound world of early Schoenberg and Berg, to the psychedelic visions of the late 20th Century.

20060321

Iain Burnside presents a recital of songs by mezzo-soprano Sarah Connolly and pianist Roger Vignoles. Featuring Berlioz's Nuits d'été and a selection of songs from Mahler's Des Knaben Wunderhorn.

20060321

Iain Burnside presents a recital of songs by mezzo-soprano Sarah Connolly and pianist Roger Vignoles. Featuring Berlioz's Nuits d'été and a selection of songs from Mahler's Des Knaben Wunderhorn.

20060328

Iain Burnside presents a recital of songs by European émigré composers Korngold, Krenek, Eisler and Zemlinsky; given by bass-baritone James Rutherford, accompanied on the piano by Burnside himself.

20060328

Iain Burnside presents a recital of songs by European émigré composers Korngold, Krenek, Eisler and Zemlinsky; given by bass-baritone James Rutherford, accompanied on the piano by Burnside himself.

20060418

Iain Burnside presents a specially recorded recital given by the baritone Florian Boesch, who made a spectacular debut at last year's Edinburgh Festival. The programme includes songs by Schubert, Schumann, Wolf and Finzi.

Florian Boesch (baritone)

Malcolm Martineau (piano).

20060418

Iain Burnside presents a specially recorded recital given by the baritone Florian Boesch, who made a spectacular debut at last year's Edinburgh Festival. The programme includes songs by Schubert, Schumann, Wolf and Finzi.

Florian Boesch (baritone)

Malcolm Martineau (piano)

20060425

The legendary American mezzo-soprano Frederica von Stade, in conversation with Iain Burnside, looks back over her career and introduces some of her favourite recordings, among them roles by Mozart, Rossini and Offenbach, French airs by Debussy, Satie and Berlioz, and her first love, Broadway songs.

20060425

The legendary American mezzo-soprano Frederica von Stade, in conversation with Iain Burnside, looks back over her career and introduces some of her favourite recordings, among them roles by Mozart, Rossini and Offenbach, French airs by Debussy, Satie and Berlioz, and her first love, Broadway songs.

20060502

Iain Burnside presents a specially recorded recital of French song given by the soprano Lisa Milne and baritone William Dazeley, accompanied by Malcolm Martineau. The programme includes Faune late cycle Mirages, Poulenc's Tel jour, telle nuit, and a selection of works by Duparc.

20060502

Iain Burnside presents a specially recorded recital of French song given by the soprano Lisa Milne and baritone William Dazeley, accompanied by Malcolm Martineau. The programme includes Faune late cycle Mirages, Poulenc's Tel jour, telle nuit, and a selection of works by Duparc.

20060516

Iain Burnside presents a recital given by mezzo-soprano Anne Sofie von Otter and pianist Bengt Forsberg, performing music by fellow Swedes Wilhelm Stenhammar, Bo Linde and Lars-Erik Larsson, as well as songs by Cécile Chaminade, Franz Schubert and Gustav Mahler.

20060516

Iain Burnside presents a recital given by mezzo-soprano Anne Sofie von Otter and pianist Bengt Forsberg, performing music by fellow Swedes Wilhelm Stenhammar, Bo Linde and Lars-Erik Larsson, as well as songs by Cécile Chaminade, Franz Schubert and Gustav Mahler.

20060523

Iain Burnside presents a profile of one of Britain's finest songwriters, Peter Warlock, with performances from tenor Andrew Kennedy, accompanied by Simon Crawford-Phillips (piano).

20060523

Iain Burnside presents a profile of one of Britain's finest songwriters, Peter Warlock, with performances from tenor Andrew Kennedy, accompanied by Simon Crawford-Phillips (piano).

20060530

Iain Burnside introduces a recital given by baritone Sir Thomas Allen including songs by Beethoven, Wolf, Ives, Cole Porter and Alex Glasgow.

20060530

Iain Burnside introduces a recital given by baritone Sir Thomas Allen including songs by Beethoven, Wolf, Ives, Cole Porter and Alex Glasgow.

20060606

Iain Burnside hosts a selection of recordings of Schumann song, by a range of interpreters - including Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Peter Schreier, Elisabeth Schumann, Gerard Souzay and Charles Panzera.

20060606

Iain Burnside hosts a selection of recordings of Schumann song, by a range of interpreters - including Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Peter Schreier, Elisabeth Schumann, Gerard Souzay and Charles Panzera.

20060613

Iain Burnside introduces a recital of songs by Gabriel Fauré, given by French tenor Yann Beuron, accompanied by pianist Billy Eidi.

20060613

Iain Burnside introduces a recital of songs by Gabriel Fauré, given by French tenor Yann Beuron, accompanied by pianist Billy Eidi.

20060620

Iain Burnside presents highlights from a concert given at the Konzerthaus in Vienna. Young Bulgarian mezzo-soprano Vesselina Kasarova and pianist Charles Spencer perform songs by Mozart and Handel.

20060620

Iain Burnside presents highlights from a concert given at the Konzerthaus in Vienna. Young Bulgarian mezzo-soprano Vesselina Kasarova and pianist Charles Spencer perform songs by Mozart and Handel.

20060704

Iain Burnside presents a selection of songs by Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov and Shostakovich, performed by soprano Susan Bullock, accompanied by Malcolm Martineau (piano).

20060704

Iain Burnside presents a selection of songs by Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov and Shostakovich, performed by soprano Susan Bullock, accompanied by Malcolm Martineau (piano).

20060725

Iain Burnside introduces a performance given by Dutch mezzo Christianne Stotijn, French viola player Antoine Tamestit and pianist Julius Drake, playing works by Brahms and Loeffler.

20060725

Iain Burnside introduces a performance given by Dutch mezzo Christianne Stotijn, French viola player Antoine Tamestit and pianist Julius Drake, playing works by Brahms and Loeffler.

20060801

Ian Burnside talks to James Bowman about the history and development of the countertenor voice, featuring Alfred Deller, David Daniels and Andreas Scholl.

20060801

Ian Burnside talks to James Bowman about the history and development of the countertenor voice, featuring Alfred Deller, David Daniels and Andreas Scholl.

20060822

Sir Peter Hall talks to Iain Burnside about his long and varied career in theatre and opera. His musical choices include Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland, Kirsten Flagstad and Noel Coward

20060822

Sir Peter Hall talks to Iain Burnside about his long and varied career in theatre and opera. His musical choices include Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland, Kirsten Flagstad and Noel Coward.

20060905

Iain Burnside presents a specially recorded recital of songs by Schumann, including the song-cycle Dichterliebe and songs on texts by the poet Eichendorff.

Christian Gerhaher (baritone)

Gerold Huber (piano).

20060905

Iain Burnside presents a specially recorded recital of songs by Schumann, including the song-cycle Dichterliebe and songs on texts by the poet Eichendorff.

Christian Gerhaher (baritone)

Gerold Huber (piano)

20060912

Continuing Radio 3's season celebrating poet, writer, teacher and composer Rabindranath Tagore, Iain Burnside introduces settings of Tagore's poetry by Zemlinsky, Janacek and Szymanowski.

20060912

Continuing Radio 3's season celebrating poet, writer, teacher and composer Rabindranath Tagore, Iain Burnside introduces settings of Tagore's poetry by Zemlinsky, Janacek and Szymanowski.

20060919

Iain Burnside introduces a specially recorded recital given by two very different Swedish mezzo-sopranos. Anna Larsson performs songs by Schubert and Brahms, and Tove Dahlberg sings Grieg's songcycle, Haugtussa.

Anna Larsson (mezzo-soprano)

Roger Vignoles (piano)

Tove Dahlberg (mezzo-soprano)

Julius Drake (piano).

20060919

Iain Burnside introduces a specially recorded recital given by two very different Swedish mezzo-sopranos. Anna Larsson performs songs by Schubert and Brahms, and Tove Dahlberg sings Grieg's songcycle, Haugtussa.

Anna Larsson (mezzo-soprano)

Roger Vignoles (piano)

Tove Dahlberg (mezzo-soprano)

Julius Drake (piano)

20061003

Iain Burnside presents a recital of songs by Mendelssohn, Schumann, Dvorák and Wolf, performed by mezzo soprano Magdalena Kozena and pianist Malcolm Martineau.

20061003

Iain Burnside presents a recital of songs by Mendelssohn, Schumann, Dvorák and Wolf, performed by mezzo soprano Magdalena Kozena and pianist Malcolm Martineau.

20061024

Featuring song cycles by three English composers.

Jonathan Lemalu (bass-baritone)

Iain Burnside (piano)

Vaughan Williams: Songs of Travel

Butterworth: A Shropshire Lad

Finzi: I said to love.

20061024

Featuring song cycles by three English composers.

Jonathan Lemalu (bass-baritone)

Iain Burnside (piano)

Vaughan Williams: Songs of Travel

Butterworth: A Shropshire Lad

Finzi: I said to love

20061128

Iain Burnside introduces a concert given by mezzo Bernada Fink and pianist Roger Vignoles at the Schubertiade Festival in Schwarzberg. The programme includes songs by Haydn, Wolf, Berg, Brahms and Ginastera.

20061128

Iain Burnside introduces a concert given by mezzo Bernada Fink and pianist Roger Vignoles at the Schubertiade Festival in Schwarzberg. The programme includes songs by Haydn, Wolf, Berg, Brahms and Ginastera

20061212

Soprano Sophie Daneman introduces a selection of her eclectic recordings, ranging from Rameau to Noel Coward. She reflects on her many theatrical and musical mentors, among them John Gielgud, Lorraine Hunt and music hall singer Barbara Cook.

20061212

Soprano Sophie Daneman introduces a selection of her eclectic recordings, ranging from Rameau to Noel Coward. She reflects on her many theatrical and musical mentors, among them John Gielgud, Lorraine Hunt and music hall singer Barbara Cook.

20061219

A specially recorded session from the BBC's Maida Vale studio. Baritone Konrad Jarnot is joined by pianist Iain Burnside for a selection of songs by Duparc, Schubert, Dvorak and Brahms.

20061219

A specially recorded session from the BBC's Maida Vale studio. Baritone Konrad Jarnot is joined by pianist Iain Burnside for a selection of songs by Duparc, Schubert, Dvorak and Brahms.

20070102

Iain Burnside introduces Werner Gura (tenor) and Christoph Berner (piano) in a recital of songs by Mozart, Schubert and Schumann.

20070102

Iain Burnside introduces Werner Gura (tenor) and Christoph Berner (piano) in a recital of songs by Mozart, Schubert and Schumann.

20070116

Iain Burnside introduces a recital of songs by Liszt, Hahn and Strauss, performed by soprano Kate Royal and pianist Roger Vignoles

20070116

Iain Burnside introduces a recital of songs by Liszt, Hahn and Strauss, performed by soprano Kate Royal and pianist Roger Vignoles.

20070123

Iain Burnside introduces settings of W H Auden's poetry sung by tenor Andrew Kennedy, including works by Benjamin Britten, Elisabeth Lutyens and Simon Bainbridge.

20070123

Iain Burnside introduces settings of WH Auden's poetry sung by tenor Andrew Kennedy, including works by Benjamin Britten, Elisabeth Lutyens and Simon Bainbridge.

20070130

Iain Burnside talks to Nathalie Dessay about the art of the coloratura soprano.

20070130

Iain Burnside talks to Nathalie Dessay about the art of the coloratura soprano.

20171008

Conversations in Jerriais, French, Portuguese and Polish reflecting Jersey's diversity.

20171015

Conversations in Jerriais, French, Portuguese and Polish reflecting Jersey's diversity.

20171022

Conversations in Jerriais, French, Portuguese and Polish reflecting Jersey's diversity.

20171029

Conversations in Jerriais, French, Portuguese and Polish reflecting Jersey's diversity.

20171105

Conversations in Jerriais, French, Portuguese and Polish reflecting Jersey's diversity.

A Joyce Song Book20040615

To mark the 100th Anniversary of Bloom's Day in James Joyce's novel Ulysses, Iain Burnside presents a programme in which he accompanies the soprano Elizabeth Atherton and the tenor Andrew Kennedy in settings of Joyce's poetry.

Includes songs by Moeran, Barber, Bax, Howells, Bliss, Bridge, Roussel and Cage.

A Joyce Song Book20040615

To mark the 100th Anniversary of Bloom's Day in James Joyce's novel Ulysses, Iain Burnside presents a programme in which he accompanies the soprano Elizabeth Atherton and the tenor Andrew Kennedy in settings of Joyce's poetry.

Includes songs by Moeran, Barber, Bax, Howells, Bliss, Bridge, Roussel and Cage.

Aaron Copland And Susan Chilcott20040907

Susan Chilcott (soprano), Iain Burnside (piano)

The soprano Susan Chilcott died a year ago this week. Iain Burnside presents a recital in which he accompanied her in songs by the American composer Aaron Copland, including all the 12 Poems of Emily Dickinson and a selection from his

Old American Songs.

Aaron Copland And Susan Chilcott20040907

Susan Chilcott (soprano), Iain Burnside (piano)

The soprano Susan Chilcott died a year ago this week. Iain Burnside presents a recital in which he accompanied her in songs by the American composer Aaron Copland, including all the 12 Poems of Emily Dickinson and a selection from his

Old American Songs.

Susan Chilcott (soprano), Iain Burnside (piano)

The soprano Susan Chilcott died a year ago this week. Iain Burnside presents a recital in which he accompanied her in songs by the American composer Aaron Copland, including all the 12 Poems of Emily Dickinson and a selection from his

Old American Songs.

Bernarda Fink20060131

Iain Burnside talks to the Argentinean mezzo-soprano Bernarda Fink about her career, the singers who have inspired her and her Slovenian heritage. Includes music from Slovenia and Argentina as well as songs by Mahler, Dvorak, Schumann and Monteverdi.

Bernarda Fink20060131

Iain Burnside talks to the Argentinean mezzo-soprano Bernarda Fink about her career, the singers who have inspired her and her Slovenian heritage. Includes music from Slovenia and Argentina as well as songs by Mahler, Dvorak, Schumann and Monteverdi.

Iain Burnside talks to the Argentinean mezzo-soprano Bernarda Fink about her career, the singers who have inspired her and her Slovenian heritage. Includes music from Slovenia and Argentina as well as songs by Mahler, Dvorak, Schumann and Monteverdi.

Best Of 200420041221

Iain Burnside introduces highlights of the past year's programmes, ranging from Dmitri Hvorostovsky talking about his Granny, to theGoons walking backwards for Christmas, via a raft of exciting new young singers and a gondola ride in Venice.

Best Of 200420041221

Iain Burnside introduces highlights of the past year's programmes, ranging from Dmitri Hvorostovsky talking about his Granny, to theGoons walking backwards for Christmas, via a raft of exciting new young singers and a gondola ride in Venice.

Best Of 200520051227

Iain Burnside introduces highlights of the year's programmes, featuring Francis Leroux, Brigitte Fassbaender, Ann Murray, Felicity Lott, John Mark Ainsley and Danny Kaye among others.

Best Of 200520051227

Iain Burnside introduces highlights of the year's programmes, featuring Francis Leroux, Brigitte Fassbaender, Ann Murray, Felicity Lott, John Mark Ainsley and Danny Kaye among others.

Best of 2005: Iain Burnside introduces highlights of the year's programmes, featuring Francis Leroux, Brigitte Fassbaender, Ann Murray, Felicity Lott, John Mark Ainsley and Danny Kaye among others.

Best Of Voices20070206

Iain Burnside introduces a collection of songs performed by some of the greatest ever singers.

Best Of Voices20070206

Iain Burnside introduces a collection of songs performed by some of the greatest ever singers.

Best of Voices

Iain Burnside introduces a collection of songs performed by some of the greatest ever singers.

Birgit Nilsson20060214

Iain Burnside presents a tribute to one of the greatest Wagnerian singers of the 20th Century, the Swedish dramatic soprano, Birgit Nilsson, who died on Christmas Day at the age of 87. Iain plays a selection from some of her greatest recordings, together with archive interviews of Nilsson talking about her career.

Birgit Nilsson20060214

Iain Burnside presents a tribute to one of the greatest Wagnerian singers of the 20th Century, the Swedish dramatic soprano, Birgit Nilsson, who died on Christmas Day at the age of 87. Iain plays a selection from some of her greatest recordings, together with archive interviews of Nilsson talking about her career.

Iain Burnside presents a tribute to one of the greatest Wagnerian singers of the 20th Century, the Swedish dramatic soprano, Birgit Nilsson, who died on Christmas Day at the age of 87. Iain plays a selection from some of her greatest recordings, together with archive interviews of Nilsson talking about her career.

Britten's Canticles20061205

Iain Burnside introduces performances of Benjamin Britten's five Canticles recorded at London's Wigmore Hall.

Iestyn Davies (countertenor)

John Mark Ainsley (tenor)

Leigh Melrose (baritone)

Richard Watkins (horn)

Lucy Wakeford (harp)

Roger Vignoles (piano)

Canticle I: My beloved is mine, Op 40 (tenor and piano)

Canticle II: Abraham and Isaac, Op 51 (countertenor, tenor and piano)

Canticle III: Still Falls the Rain, Op 55 (horn, tenor and piano)

Canticle IV: Journey of the Magi, Op 86 (countertenor, tenor, baritone and piano)

Canticle V: The Death of Saint Narcissus, Op 89 (tenor and harp).

Britten's Canticles20061205

Iain Burnside introduces performances of Benjamin Britten's five Canticles recorded at London's Wigmore Hall.

Iestyn Davies (countertenor)

John Mark Ainsley (tenor)

Leigh Melrose (baritone)

Richard Watkins (horn)

Lucy Wakeford (harp)

Roger Vignoles (piano)

Canticle I: My beloved is mine, Op 40 (tenor and piano)

Canticle II: Abraham and Isaac, Op 51 (countertenor, tenor and piano)

Canticle III: Still Falls the Rain, Op 55 (horn, tenor and piano)

Canticle IV: Journey of the Magi, Op 86 (countertenor, tenor, baritone and piano)

Canticle V: The Death of Saint Narcissus, Op 89 (tenor and harp).

Britten's Canticles

Iain Burnside introduces performances of Benjamin Britten's five Canticles recorded at London's Wigmore Hall.

Iestyn Davies (countertenor)

John Mark Ainsley (tenor)

Leigh Melrose (baritone)

Richard Watkins (horn)

Lucy Wakeford (harp)

Roger Vignoles (piano)

Canticle I: My beloved is mine, Op 40 (tenor and piano)

Canticle II: Abraham and Isaac, Op 51 (countertenor, tenor and piano)

Canticle III: Still Falls the Rain, Op 55 (horn, tenor and piano)

Canticle IV: Journey of the Magi, Op 86 (countertenor, tenor, baritone and piano)

Canticle V: The Death of Saint Narcissus, Op 89 (tenor and harp)

Catherine Bott20050503

Iain Burnside meets the singer and broadcaster Catherine Bott.

Her musical choices range from early music to Michael Torke.

Catherine Bott20050503

Iain Burnside meets the singer and broadcaster Catherine Bott.

Her musical choices range from early music to Michael Torke.

Iain Burnside meets the singer and broadcaster Catherine Bott. Her musical choices range from early music to Michael Torke.

Christianne Stotijn And Markus Werba20050104

Iain Burnside presents Dutch mezzo Christianne Stotijn and Austrian baritone Markus Werba in a recital of songs by Brahms, Mahler, Beethoven, Schumann and Wolf.

Christianne Stotijn And Markus Werba20050104

Iain Burnside presents Dutch mezzo Christianne Stotijn and Austrian baritone Markus Werba in a recital of songs by Brahms, Mahler, Beethoven, Schumann and Wolf.

Iain Burnside presents Dutch mezzo Christianne Stotijn and Austrian baritone Markus Werba in a recital of songs by Brahms, Mahler, Beethoven, Schumann and Wolf.

Class War20040720

Iain Burnside doffs his cap at all those upper-class toffs as he surveys the vexed world of class consciousness and snobbery. Includes songs by composers as varied as Jacques Brel, Noel Coward, Campion, Blow, Wolf, Poulenc, Walton, and Lord Berners.

Class War20040720

Iain Burnside doffs his cap at all those upper-class toffs as he surveys the vexed world of class consciousness and snobbery. Includes songs by composers as varied as Jacques Brel, Noel Coward, Campion, Blow, Wolf, Poulenc, Walton, and Lord Berners.

Composers At The Piano20060829

Iain Burnside introduces recordings of composers accompanying singers in their own songs; including Debussy, Strauss, Ravel, Poulenc and Britten.

Composers At The Piano20060829

Iain Burnside introduces recordings of composers accompanying singers in their own songs; including Debussy, Strauss, Ravel, Poulenc and Britten.

Composers at the Piano: Iain Burnside introduces recordings of composers accompanying singers in their own songs; including Debussy, Strauss, Ravel, Poulenc and Britten.

Cora Burggraaf And Gary Matthewman20061107

Iain Burnside introduces a recital given at the Wigmore Hall, London, by Dutch soprano Cora Burggraaf with pianist Gary Matthewman.

Including songs by Reynaldo Hahn, Richard Strauss, Léon Orthel and Hugo Wolf.

Cora Burggraaf And Gary Matthewman20061107

Iain Burnside introduces a recital given at the Wigmore Hall, London, by Dutch soprano Cora Burggraaf with pianist Gary Matthewman.

Including songs by Reynaldo Hahn, Richard Strauss, Léon Orthel and Hugo Wolf.

Cora Burggraaf and Gary Matthewman

Iain Burnside introduces a recital given at the Wigmore Hall, London, by Dutch soprano Cora Burggraaf with pianist Gary Matthewman.

Including songs by Reynaldo Hahn, Richard Strauss, Léon Orthel and Hugo Wolf.

Countertenors20050906

Ian Burnside talks to James Bowman about the history and development of the countertenor voice, from the early exponents of the 1930s to the present, including Alfred Deller, David Daniels and Andreas Scholl.

Countertenors20050906

Ian Burnside talks to James Bowman about the history and development of the countertenor voice, from the early exponents of the 1930s to the present, including Alfred Deller, David Daniels and Andreas Scholl.

Crabbed Age And Youth20060207

Catherine Bott explores songs that contrast youth with old age. Includes songs by Mussorgsky, Blitzstein, Wolf, Porter, Schubert, Britten, Sondheim, Weill, Kern and Debussy.

Crabbed Age And Youth20060207

Catherine Bott explores songs that contrast youth with old age. Includes songs by Mussorgsky, Blitzstein, Wolf, Porter, Schubert, Britten, Sondheim, Weill, Kern and Debussy.

Crabbed Age and Youth: Catherine Bott explores songs that contrast youth with old age. Includes songs by Mussorgsky, Blitzstein, Wolf, Porter, Schubert, Britten, Sondheim, Weill, Kern and Debussy.

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels20060718

Catherine Bott presents a selection of songs written by or about cads, rotters and ne'er-do-wells. Including music by Mozart, Liszt, Flanders and Swann and the Sex Pistols.

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels20060718

Catherine Bott presents a selection of songs written by or about cads, rotters and ne'er-do-wells. Including music by Mozart, Liszt, Flanders and Swann and the Sex Pistols.

Doctor In The House20060411

Ian Burnside presents a selection of songs on a medical theme, examining the treatment of bodily ailments from the hilarious to the sublime.

Doctor In The House20060411

Ian Burnside presents a selection of songs on a medical theme, examining the treatment of bodily ailments from the hilarious to the sublime.

Doctor in the House: Ian Burnside presents a selection of songs on a medical theme, examining the treatment of bodily ailments from the hilarious to the sublime.

Eastern Promise20050524

Iain Burnside seeks out songs that conjure up the exotic world of the East.

Includes songs by Bizet, Schubert, Mahler and Sondheim as well as George Formby with his Chinese Laundry Blues.

Eastern Promise20050524

Iain Burnside seeks out songs that conjure up the exotic world of the East.

Includes songs by Bizet, Schubert, Mahler and Sondheim as well as George Formby with his Chinese Laundry Blues.

Elizabeth Norberg-schulz20041228

A specially recorded recital of songs by Grieg, Schubert, Schumann and Verdi with soprano Elizabeth Norberg-Schulz, accompanied by pianist Iain Burnside

Elizabeth Norberg-schulz20041228

A specially recorded recital of songs by Grieg, Schubert, Schumann and Verdi with soprano Elizabeth Norberg-Schulz, accompanied by pianist Iain Burnside

A specially recorded recital of songs by Grieg, Schubert, Schumann and Verdi with soprano Elizabeth Norberg-Schulz, accompanied by pianist Iain Burnside.

Emma Kirkby20050809

Iain Burnside is joined by soprano Emma Kirkby, who chooses recordings by some of her favourite baroque singers.

Emma Kirkby20050809

Iain Burnside is joined by soprano Emma Kirkby, who chooses recordings by some of her favourite baroque singers.

Iain Burnside is joined by soprano Emma Kirkby, who chooses recordings by some of her favourite baroque singers.

Extremes20061226

Iain Burnside introduces a selection of songs involving extremes of vocal range, technique, virtuosity and incompetence.

Including a 3,400-year-old Hurrian hymn and songs by Peter Maxwell Davies, Jules Massenet and Napalm Death.

John Lennon and Paul Mccartney - 'From Me to You' - Performed by Bobby McFerrin

J.D. Sumner - 'I've Got to Walk that Lonesome Road' - Performed by J.D. Sumner and the Stamps

Antonio Vivaldi - 'Nasce il sole' from Cantata Sorge vermiglia in ciel (RV 667) - Performed by Randall Wong (male soprano), Linda Burman-Hall (harpsichord), Paul Hale (cello)

The DeZurik Sisters - 'I Left Her Standing There' - Performed by the DeZurik Sisters: Carolyn DeZurik (voice and guitar), Mary Jane DeZurik (voice and guitar)

Peter Maxwell Davies - 'Transition' and no.4 'To Be Sung on the Water' from Eight Songs for a Mad King - Performed by Julius Eastman (baritone) and the Fires of London directed by Peter Maxwell Davies

Benjamin Britten - 'Now the Great Bear and Pleiades' from Peter Grimes - Performed by Glenn Winslade (tenor) with the London Symphony Chorus, London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Sir Colin Davis

Leo Delibes - 'Les Filles de Cadiz' - Performed by Mado Robin (soprano)

George Frideric Handel - 'Rompo i lacci' from Flavio - Performed by Derek Lee Ragin (countertenor) with Ensemble 415 directed by Rene Jacobs

Franz Schubert - 'Meeres Stille' (D215a) - Performed by Elly Ameling (soprano) and Graham Johnson (piano)

Anonymous - 'Hurrian Hymn' - Performed by Richard Crocker (voice and lyre)

Napalm Death - 'You Suffer' - Performed by Napalm Death: Lee Dorrian (bass-baritone), Bill Steer (guitar), Jim Whitely (bass guitar), Mick Harris (drums)

Jules Massenet - 'Je Marche' from Manon - Natalia de Andrade (soprano), unidentified pianist

Duke Ellington, Mack David - 'I'm Just a Lucky So and So' - Performed by Ray Anderson (voice, trombone), Allan Jaffe (guitar), John Hicks (piano), Mark Dresser (bass), Pheeroan akLaff (drums).

Extremes20061226

Iain Burnside introduces a selection of songs involving extremes of vocal range, technique, virtuosity and incompetence.

Including a 3,400-year-old Hurrian hymn and songs by Peter Maxwell Davies, Jules Massenet and Napalm Death.

John Lennon and Paul Mccartney - 'From Me to You' - Performed by Bobby McFerrin

J.D. Sumner - 'I've Got to Walk that Lonesome Road' - Performed by J.D. Sumner and the Stamps

Antonio Vivaldi - 'Nasce il sole' from Cantata Sorge vermiglia in ciel (RV 667) - Performed by Randall Wong (male soprano), Linda Burman-Hall (harpsichord), Paul Hale (cello)

The DeZurik Sisters - 'I Left Her Standing There' - Performed by the DeZurik Sisters: Carolyn DeZurik (voice and guitar), Mary Jane DeZurik (voice and guitar)

Peter Maxwell Davies - 'Transition' and no.4 'To Be Sung on the Water' from Eight Songs for a Mad King - Performed by Julius Eastman (baritone) and the Fires of London directed by Peter Maxwell Davies

Benjamin Britten - 'Now the Great Bear and Pleiades' from Peter Grimes - Performed by Glenn Winslade (tenor) with the London Symphony Chorus, London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Sir Colin Davis

Leo Delibes - 'Les Filles de Cadiz' - Performed by Mado Robin (soprano)

George Frideric Handel - 'Rompo i lacci' from Flavio - Performed by Derek Lee Ragin (countertenor) with Ensemble 415 directed by Rene Jacobs

Franz Schubert - 'Meeres Stille' (D215a) - Performed by Elly Ameling (soprano) and Graham Johnson (piano)

Anonymous - 'Hurrian Hymn' - Performed by Richard Crocker (voice and lyre)

Napalm Death - 'You Suffer' - Performed by Napalm Death: Lee Dorrian (bass-baritone), Bill Steer (guitar), Jim Whitely (bass guitar), Mick Harris (drums)

Jules Massenet - 'Je Marche' from Manon - Natalia de Andrade (soprano), unidentified pianist

Duke Ellington, Mack David - 'I'm Just a Lucky So and So' - Performed by Ray Anderson (voice, trombone), Allan Jaffe (guitar), John Hicks (piano), Mark Dresser (bass), Pheeroan akLaff (drums).

Extremes

Iain Burnside introduces a selection of songs involving extremes of vocal range, technique, virtuosity and incompetence.

Including a 3,400-year-old Hurrian hymn and songs by Peter Maxwell Davies, Jules Massenet and Napalm Death.

Francois Le Roux20050111

Baritone Francois le Roux, famous for his interpretation of Debussy's Pelleas, talks to Ian Burnside about his career and about the art of singing in general, with extracts from his own recordings and those of singers he particularly loves, including Felicity Lott and Reynaldo Hahn.

Francois Le Roux20050111

Baritone Francois le Roux, famous for his interpretation of Debussy's Pelleas, talks to Ian Burnside about his career and about the art of singing in general, with extracts from his own recordings and those of singers he particularly loves, including Felicity Lott and Reynaldo Hahn.

Funny Bones - Part 120050816

First of two programmes in which Iain Burnside explores the world of comic songs, from Stephen Sondheim and Blossom Dearie to Monty Python and Kenneth Williams

Funny Bones - Part 120050816

First of two programmes in which Iain Burnside explores the world of comic songs, from Stephen Sondheim and Blossom Dearie to Monty Python and Kenneth Williams

Funny Bones: First of two programmes in which Iain Burnside explores the world of comic songs, from Stephen Sondheim and Blossom Dearie to Monty Python and Kenneth Williams.

Funny Bones Part 220050823

Iain Burnside continues his journey through the world of comic songs, from the innocent tongue twisters of Danny Kaye to the saucy innuendo of Fascinating Aida.

Funny Bones Part 220050823

Iain Burnside continues his journey through the world of comic songs, from the innocent tongue twisters of Danny Kaye to the saucy innuendo of Fascinating Aida.

Funny Bones

2/2. Iain Burnside continues his journey through the world of comic songs, from the innocent tongue twisters of Danny Kaye to the saucy innuendo of Fascinating Aida.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700103]

A Gloucestershire Village in the Eighties by PROFESSOR A. M. D. HUGHES ' Two hundred souls lived on or near its single street and if a stranger came along they would say Whoever's that? " ' (From the BBC Sound Archives)

8.59 Weather

Contributors

Unknown: A. M. D. Hughes

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700103]

A Gloucestershire Village in the Eighties by PROFESSOR A. M. D. HUGHES ' Two hundred souls lived on or near its single street and if a stranger came along they would say Whoever's that? " ' (From the BBC Sound Archives)

8.59 Weather

Contributors

Unknown: A. M. D. Hughes

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700110]

Elgar at Malvern

MRS RICHARD POWELL WaS a close friend of Sir Edward Elgar and heard most of his important works from the composer's own hands before publication. She was also the ' Dorabella ' of the Enigma Variations...

(From the BBC Sound Archives)

8.59 Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Edward Elgar

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700110]

Elgar at Malvern

MRS RICHARD POWELL WaS a close friend of Sir Edward Elgar and heard most of his important works from the composer's own hands before publication. She was also the ' Dorabella ' of the Enigma Variations...

(From the BBC Sound Archives)

8.59 Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Edward Elgar

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700117]

Old Days on the Canals

ERNIE THOMAS spent a lifetime working on 'The Cut' and remembers his fellow-boatmen and horse-drawn narrow-boats (from the BBC Sound Archives)

Contributors

Unknown: Ernie Thomas

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700117]

Old Days on the Canals

ERNIE THOMAS spent a lifetime working on 'The Cut' and remembers his fellow-boatmen and horse-drawn narrow-boats (from the BBC Sound Archives)

Contributors

Unknown: Ernie Thomas

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700328]

A Glasgow childhood in the 1930s by JAMES GILFILLAN

8.59 Weather

Contributors

Unknown: James Gilfillan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700328]

A Glasgow childhood in the 1930s by JAMES GILFILLAN

8.59 Weather

Contributors

Unknown: James Gilfillan

Gerald Finley20050628

Iain Burnside talks to the Canadian baritone Gerald Finley about his career in opera and recital as well as some of the singers who have influenced him.

Gerald Finley20050628

Iain Burnside talks to the Canadian baritone Gerald Finley about his career in opera and recital as well as some of the singers who have influenced him.

Iain Burnside talks to the Canadian baritone Gerald Finley about his career in opera and recital as well as some of the singers who have influenced him.

Hans Christian Andersen20061017

Iain Burnside looks at settings of the works of the great Danish poet and storyteller, by composers such as Robert Schumann, Matti Borg, Edvard Grieg and Arthur Honneger.

Hans Christian Andersen20061017

Iain Burnside looks at settings of the works of the great Danish poet and storyteller, by composers such as Robert Schumann, Matti Borg, Edvard Grieg and Arthur Honneger.

Hans Christian Andersen: Iain Burnside looks at settings of the works of the great Danish poet and storyteller, by composers such as Robert Schumann, Matti Borg, Edvard Grieg and Arthur Honneger.

Homes20060926

Iain Burnside presents a selection of songs on the theme of homes, including songs by Schubert, Wolf, Borodin and Kern.

Homes20060926

Iain Burnside presents a selection of songs on the theme of homes, including songs by Schubert, Wolf, Borodin and Kern.

Iain Burnside presents a selection of songs on the theme of homes, including songs by Schubert, Wolf, Borodin and Kern.

I Put A Spell On You20050614

Iain Burnside dabbles into the occult with the help of Ella Fitzgerald, Mendelssohn and Screamin' Jay Hawkins amongst others, and finds himself tempted and enchanted by both witches and wizards.

I Put A Spell On You20050614

Iain Burnside dabbles into the occult with the help of Ella Fitzgerald, Mendelssohn and Screamin' Jay Hawkins amongst others, and finds himself tempted and enchanted by both witches and wizards.

I Put a Spell on You

Iain Burnside dabbles into the occult with the help of Ella Fitzgerald, Mendelssohn and Screamin' Jay Hawkins amongst others, and finds himself tempted and enchanted by both witches and wizards.

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Innocence And Experience20051129

Iain Burnside takes an unsentimental look at childhood as seen through the world of song.

Includes songs by Sondheim, Britten, Schumann, Rossini and Ives.

Innocence And Experience20051129

Iain Burnside takes an unsentimental look at childhood as seen through the world of song.

Includes songs by Sondheim, Britten, Schumann, Rossini and Ives.

James Gilchrist And Anna Tillbrook20051206

Iain Burnside introduces a specially recorded recital given by the tenor James Gilchrist with the pianist Anna Tillbrook.

The programme includes Poulenc's Metamorphoses, Finzi's song-cycle Till Earth Outwears and Schumann's Liederkreis Op 24.

James Gilchrist And Anna Tillbrook20051206

Iain Burnside introduces a specially recorded recital given by the tenor James Gilchrist with the pianist Anna Tillbrook.

The programme includes Poulenc's Metamorphoses, Finzi's song-cycle Till Earth Outwears and Schumann's Liederkreis Op 24.

James Gilchrist and Anna Tillbrook

Iain Burnside introduces a specially recorded recital given by the tenor James Gilchrist with the pianist Anna Tillbrook.

The programme includes Poulenc's Metamorphoses, Finzi's song-cycle Till Earth Outwears and Schumann's Liederkreis Op 24.

Janice Watson20051011

Iain Burnside introduces a specially recorded recital with soprano Janice Watson.

With songs by Liza Lehmann, Richard Strauss, Bridge and Liszt.

Janice Watson - soprano

Iain Burnside - piano.

Janice Watson20051011

Iain Burnside introduces a specially recorded recital with soprano Janice Watson.

With songs by Liza Lehmann, Richard Strauss, Bridge and Liszt.

Janice Watson - soprano

Iain Burnside - piano.

Iain Burnside introduces a specially recorded recital with soprano Janice Watson. With songs by Liza Lehmann, Richard Strauss, Bridge and Liszt.

Janice Watson - soprano

Iain Burnside - piano

John Mark Ainsley20050927

Tenor John Mark Ainsley is accompanied by Iain Burnside in a programme of songs by Tippett, Britten and Purcell.

Including Tippett's great cycles Boyhood's End and The Heart's Assurance, Britten's Canticle I, and music by Purcell which Tippett discovered during the war, in the bombed-out ruins of Morley College.

John Mark Ainsley20050927

Tenor John Mark Ainsley is accompanied by Iain Burnside in a programme of songs by Tippett, Britten and Purcell.

Including Tippett's great cycles Boyhood's End and The Heart's Assurance, Britten's Canticle I, and music by Purcell which Tippett discovered during the war, in the bombed-out ruins of Morley College.

Tenor John Mark Ainsley is accompanied by Iain Burnside in a programme of songs by Tippett, Britten and Purcell.

Including Tippett's great cycles Boyhood's End and The Heart's Assurance, Britten's Canticle I, and music by Purcell which Tippett discovered during the war, in the bombed-out ruins of Morley College.

Karen Cargill And Sophie Daneman20050208

Iain Burnside presents a specially recorded recital with mezzo Karen Cargill and soprano Sophie Daneman, accompanied by pianists Simon Lepper and Eugene Asti.

Karen Cargill And Sophie Daneman20050208

Iain Burnside presents a specially recorded recital with mezzo Karen Cargill and soprano Sophie Daneman, accompanied by pianists Simon Lepper and Eugene Asti.

Karita Mattila20050215

Iain Burnside talks to Karita Mattila about her career as one of today's most exciting sopranos on the recital platform, and on the opera stage.

Since becoming the first ever Cardiff Singer of the World in 1983, she has carefully avoided the pit-falls of early fame.

Instead of tackling the heavier roles too early in her career, she has wisely taken everything in her stride while also championing some of the lesser-known song composers of her native Finland.

Karita Mattila20050215

Iain Burnside talks to Karita Mattila about her career as one of today's most exciting sopranos on the recital platform, and on the opera stage.

Since becoming the first ever Cardiff Singer of the World in 1983, she has carefully avoided the pit-falls of early fame.

Instead of tackling the heavier roles too early in her career, she has wisely taken everything in her stride while also championing some of the lesser-known song composers of her native Finland.

Iain Burnside talks to Karita Mattila about her career as one of today's most exciting sopranos on the recital platform, and on the opera stage. Since becoming the first ever Cardiff Singer of the World in 1983, she has carefully avoided the pit-falls of early fame. Instead of tackling the heavier roles too early in her career, she has wisely taken everything in her stride while also championing some of the lesser-known song composers of her native Finland.

Kate Royal And Jared Holt20050301

Iain Burnside presents a specially recorded recital by two outstanding young artists from England and New Zealand, who perform songs by Duparc and Brahms.

Kate Royal (soprano)

Jared Holt (baritone)

Eugene Asti (piano).

Kate Royal And Jared Holt20050301

Iain Burnside presents a specially recorded recital by two outstanding young artists from England and New Zealand, who perform songs by Duparc and Brahms.

Kate Royal (soprano)

Jared Holt (baritone)

Eugene Asti (piano).

Iain Burnside presents a specially recorded recital by two outstanding young artists from England and New Zealand, who perform songs by Duparc and Brahms.

Kate Royal (soprano)

Jared Holt (baritone)

Eugene Asti (piano)

La Confidential20020430

Iain Burnside presents a musical exploration of Los Angeles.

La Confidential20020430

Iain Burnside presents a musical exploration of Los Angeles.

Les Annees Folles20010724

Patrick O'Conner examines the different types of melodie and chanson that were being written on the Parisian boulevards of 1918-1930, as the jazz idiom slowly crept in to the art of song. Including music by Poulenc, Auric, Milhaud, Sauget and Hahn, sung by Denise Duval, Mady Mesple, Pierre Bernac and Josephine Baker.

Les Annees Folles20010724

Patrick O'Conner examines the different types of melodie and chanson that were being written on the Parisian boulevards of 1918-1930, as the jazz idiom slowly crept in to the art of song. Including music by Poulenc, Auric, Milhaud, Sauget and Hahn, sung by Denise Duval, Mady Mesple, Pierre Bernac and Josephine Baker.

Little And Large20061031

Iain Burnside presents a selection of songs about little things - and big ones. The programme features pieces by Bizet, Hoagy Carmichael, Hugo Wolf and Fats Waller

Little And Large20061031

Iain Burnside presents a selection of songs about little things - and big ones. The programme features pieces by Bizet, Hoagy Carmichael, Hugo Wolf and Fats Waller

Little and Large

Iain Burnside presents a selection of songs about little things - and big ones. The programme features pieces by Bizet, Hoagy Carmichael, Hugo Wolf and Fats Waller.

Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds2004012020060314

Songs which describe the hallucinogenic, the phantasmagorical and the hyper-sensitised. Iain Burnside enters the dream-scape of Schubert's night songs through the surreal sound world of early Schoenberg and Berg to the psychadelic visions of the late 20th century.

Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds2004012020060314

Songs which describe the hallucinogenic, the phantasmagorical and the hyper-sensitised. Iain Burnside enters the dream-scape of Schubert's night songs through the surreal sound world of early Schoenberg and Berg to the psychadelic visions of the late 20th century.

Magdalena Kozena20041116

Iain Burnside presents a recital given by mezzo Magdalena Kozena with pianist Karel Kosarek in Prague.

Includes songs by Martinu, Vorisek, Dvorak, Duparc and Mahler.

Magdalena Kozena20041116

Iain Burnside presents a recital given by mezzo Magdalena Kozena with pianist Karel Kosarek in Prague.

Includes songs by Martinu, Vorisek, Dvorak, Duparc and Mahler.

Iain Burnside presents a recital given by mezzo Magdalena Kozena with pianist Karel Kosarek in Prague. Includes songs by Martinu, Vorisek, Dvorak, Duparc and Mahler.

Messiaen's Harawi20041026

Iain Burnside introduces a performance of Messiaen's song cycle Harawi given by Gweneth-Ann Jeffers (soprano) and Cedric Tiberghien (piano) at London's Wigmore Hall.

Messiaen's Harawi20041026

Iain Burnside introduces a performance of Messiaen's song cycle Harawi given by Gweneth-Ann Jeffers (soprano) and Cedric Tiberghien (piano) at London's Wigmore Hall.

Iain Burnside introduces a performance of Messiaen's song cycle Harawi given by Gweneth-Ann Jeffers (soprano) and Cedric Tiberghien (piano) at London's Wigmore Hall.

Mothers, Madams And Mistresses20051004

Iain Burnside explores the facets of womanhood, as portrayed by composers down the ages.

Including songs by William Bolcom, Aaron Copland and Percy Grainger.

Mothers, Madams And Mistresses20051004

Iain Burnside explores the facets of womanhood, as portrayed by composers down the ages.

Including songs by William Bolcom, Aaron Copland and Percy Grainger.

Mothers, Madams and Mistresses: Iain Burnside explores the facets of womanhood, as portrayed by composers down the ages. Including songs by William Bolcom, Aaron Copland and Percy Grainger.

My Kind Of Song - Howard Goodall20040427

Iain Burnside talks to composer and TV presenter Howard Goodall about his favourite singers and songs.

My Kind Of Song - Howard Goodall20040427

Iain Burnside talks to composer and TV presenter Howard Goodall about his favourite singers and songs.

My Kind Of Song - Jeffrey Tate20050712

Iain Burnside talks to conductor Jeffrey Tate about some of his favourite singers, including Dame Janet Baker, Peter Pears, Eartha Kitt and Charles Trenet in music by

Brahms, Britten and Noel Coward

My Kind Of Song - Jeffrey Tate20050712

Iain Burnside talks to conductor Jeffrey Tate about some of his favourite singers, including Dame Janet Baker, Peter Pears, Eartha Kitt and Charles Trenet in music by

Brahms, Britten and Noel Coward

My Kind of Song

Iain Burnside talks to conductor Jeffrey Tate about some of his favourite singers, including Dame Janet Baker, Peter Pears, Eartha Kitt and Charles Trenet in music by

Brahms, Britten and Noel Coward.

My Kind Of Song - Jonathan Miller20040803

Iain Burnside's guest is opera and theatre director Jonathan Miller, whose choices range from songs by Schubert, Faure and Britten to the Goons via the American Civil War.

My Kind Of Song - Jonathan Miller20040803

Iain Burnside's guest is opera and theatre director Jonathan Miller, whose choices range from songs by Schubert, Faure and Britten to the Goons via the American Civil War.

My Kind of Song

Iain Burnside's guest is opera and theatre director Jonathan Miller, whose choices range from songs by Schubert, Faure and Britten to the Goons via the American Civil War.

My Kind Of Song - Michael Horovitz20020507

Iain Burnside is joined by the poet Michael Horovitz, who talks about some of his favourite singers and reads some of his verse.

My Kind Of Song - Michael Horovitz20020507

Iain Burnside is joined by the poet Michael Horovitz, who talks about some of his favourite singers and reads some of his verse.

My Kind Of Song: joss Ackland20040817

Iain Burnside's guest on today's programme is the distinguished actor Joss Ackland, best known for his acclaimed performances on the big screen, in White Mischief, The Sicilian and Lethal Weapon 2. A stage veteran of some fifty years, Joss Ackland's choices range from music by Canteloube and Strauss, to songs by Charles Trenet, Cole Porter and Stephen Sondheim.

My Kind Of Song: joss Ackland20040817

Iain Burnside's guest on today's programme is the distinguished actor Joss Ackland, best known for his acclaimed performances on the big screen, in White Mischief, The Sicilian and Lethal Weapon 2. A stage veteran of some fifty years, Joss Ackland's choices range from music by Canteloube and Strauss, to songs by Charles Trenet, Cole Porter and Stephen Sondheim.

My Kind of Song: Joss Ackland

Iain Burnside's guest on today's programme is the distinguished actor Joss Ackland, best known for his acclaimed performances on the big screen, in White Mischief, The Sicilian and Lethal Weapon 2. A stage veteran of some fifty years, Joss Ackland's choices range from music by Canteloube and Strauss, to songs by Charles Trenet, Cole Porter and Stephen Sondheim.

My Kind Of Song: James Fenton20040914

Iain Burnside talks to the poet James Fenton about his favourite songs and singers including music by Thomas Campion, Gretry, Tchaikovsky and John Adams with performances by Christopher Maltman, Michael Chance, Hermann Prey and Cecilia Bartoli.

My Kind Of Song: James Fenton20040914

Iain Burnside talks to the poet James Fenton about his favourite songs and singers including music by Thomas Campion, Gretry, Tchaikovsky and John Adams with performances by Christopher Maltman, Michael Chance, Hermann Prey and Cecilia Bartoli.

My Kind of Song: James Fenton

Iain Burnside talks to the poet James Fenton about his favourite songs and singers including music by Thomas Campion, Gretry, Tchaikovsky and John Adams with performances by Christopher Maltman, Michael Chance, Hermann Prey and Cecilia Bartoli.

My Kind Of Song: Michael Horovitz20041214

Iain Burnside talks to poet Michael Horovitz about his career and musical tastes, which range from Jelly Roll Morton to Schubert and from Nina Simone to John Cage

My Kind Of Song: Michael Horovitz20041214

Iain Burnside talks to poet Michael Horovitz about his career and musical tastes, which range from Jelly Roll Morton to Schubert and from Nina Simone to John Cage

My Kind Of Song: Mitsuko Uchida20041109

The celebrated pianist Mitsuko Uchida chooses some of her favourite recordings of singers and talks to Ian Burnside about her career.

Her choice includes great singers such as Lotte Lehmann, Elisabeth Schumann, Kathleen Ferrier, Peter Pears, Maria Callas and Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau singing repertoire ranging from Schubert to Wagner, and Ponchielli to Britten.

My Kind Of Song: Mitsuko Uchida20041109

The celebrated pianist Mitsuko Uchida chooses some of her favourite recordings of singers and talks to Ian Burnside about her career.

Her choice includes great singers such as Lotte Lehmann, Elisabeth Schumann, Kathleen Ferrier, Peter Pears, Maria Callas and Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau singing repertoire ranging from Schubert to Wagner, and Ponchielli to Britten.

My Kind of Song

The celebrated pianist Mitsuko Uchida chooses some of her favourite recordings of singers and talks to Ian Burnside about her career.

Her choice includes great singers such as Lotte Lehmann, Elisabeth Schumann, Kathleen Ferrier, Peter Pears, Maria Callas and Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau singing repertoire ranging from Schubert to Wagner, and Ponchielli to Britten.

My Kind Of Song: Richard Rodney Bennett20041130

Iain Burnside's guest in today's programme is one of the most versatile of British composer/performers, Sir Richard Rodney Bennett. A pupil of Boulez, Bennett has written for film and the concert hall, and is equally at home as a jazz singer and pianist. His choices of song range from Purcell, Walton and Webern to Gershwin and Harold Arlen. There's also a chance to hear some of Bennett's own songs.

My Kind Of Song: Richard Rodney Bennett20041130

Iain Burnside's guest in today's programme is one of the most versatile of British composer/performers, Sir Richard Rodney Bennett. A pupil of Boulez, Bennett has written for film and the concert hall, and is equally at home as a jazz singer and pianist. His choices of song range from Purcell, Walton and Webern to Gershwin and Harold Arlen. There's also a chance to hear some of Bennett's own songs.

My Kind of Song: Richard Rodney Bennett

Iain Burnside's guest in today's programme is one of the most versatile of British composer/performers, Sir Richard Rodney Bennett. A pupil of Boulez, Bennett has written for film and the concert hall, and is equally at home as a jazz singer and pianist. His choices of song range from Purcell, Walton and Webern to Gershwin and Harold Arlen. There's also a chance to hear some of Bennett's own songs.

My Kind Of Song: Sir Richard Rodney Bennett20060404

Iain Burnside's guest is versatile British composer/performer Sir Richard Rodney Bennett. His choices of song range from Purcell, Walton and Webern to Gershwin and Harold Arlen

My Kind Of Song: Sir Richard Rodney Bennett20060404

Iain Burnside's guest is versatile British composer/performer Sir Richard Rodney Bennett. His choices of song range from Purcell, Walton and Webern to Gershwin and Harold Arlen

My Kind Of Song: Stephen Hough20050802

Pianist Stephen Hough talks to Iain Burnside about his favourite songs and singers, including Charles Trenet, Peter Pears, Yvonne Printemps, Elisabeth Schwarzkopf and Shirley Bassey.

My Kind Of Song: Stephen Hough20050802

Pianist Stephen Hough talks to Iain Burnside about his favourite songs and singers, including Charles Trenet, Peter Pears, Yvonne Printemps, Elisabeth Schwarzkopf and Shirley Bassey.

My Kind of Song: Pianist Stephen Hough talks to Iain Burnside about his favourite songs and singers, including Charles Trenet, Peter Pears, Yvonne Printemps, Elisabeth Schwarzkopf and Shirley Bassey.

Oddities And Curiosities20050118

Jeremy Sams explores the world of nonsense songs, including songs about a little green cactus, a parrot who was present at the battle of Waterloo, and Van Gogh's painting of Gaugin's shoes, with performances by Charles Trenet, The Comedian Harmonists, Pierre Bernac and The Beach Boys.

Oddities And Curiosities20050118

Jeremy Sams explores the world of nonsense songs, including songs about a little green cactus, a parrot who was present at the battle of Waterloo, and Van Gogh's painting of Gaugin's shoes, with performances by Charles Trenet, The Comedian Harmonists, Pierre Bernac and The Beach Boys.

Oddities and curiosities

Jeremy Sams explores the world of nonsense songs, including songs about a little green cactus, a parrot who was present at the battle of Waterloo, and Van Gogh's painting of Gaugin's shoes, with performances by Charles Trenet, The Comedian Harmonists, Pierre Bernac and The Beach Boys.

Painters And Sculptors20051213

Iain Burnside introduces songs about painters, paintings and sculptures, from Poulenc's portraits of seven painters he knew and admired, to Stephen Sondheim's musical about Georges Seurat, via songs about sculptures by Cui and Satie, and Britten's settings of Michelango sonnets.

Painters And Sculptors20051213

Iain Burnside introduces songs about painters, paintings and sculptures, from Poulenc's portraits of seven painters he knew and admired, to Stephen Sondheim's musical about Georges Seurat, via songs about sculptures by Cui and Satie, and Britten's settings of Michelango sonnets.

Painters and Sculptors

Iain Burnside introduces songs about painters, paintings and sculptures, from Poulenc's portraits of seven painters he knew and admired, to Stephen Sondheim's musical about Georges Seurat, via songs about sculptures by Cui and Satie, and Britten's settings of Michelango sonnets.

Paintings And Songs20040928

Iain Burnside and art critic Waldemar Januszczak visit Tate Britain and match paintings with songs. Including pictures by Blake and Turner and songs by Strauss and Debussy.

Paintings And Songs20040928

Iain Burnside and art critic Waldemar Januszczak visit Tate Britain and match paintings with songs. Including pictures by Blake and Turner and songs by Strauss and Debussy.

Iain Burnside and art critic Waldemar Januszczak visit Tate Britain and match paintings with songs. Including pictures by Blake and Turner and songs by Strauss and Debussy.

Patter Songs20060815

Iain Burnside is joined by the baritone Richard Suart, one of the great exponents of patter song, to discuss the art of uttering the greatest number of words in the shortest possible time. Including music by Gilbert and Sullivan, Noel Coward, Sondheim, Tom Lehrer and Kurt Weill

Patter Songs20060815

Iain Burnside is joined by the baritone Richard Suart, one of the great exponents of patter song, to discuss the art of uttering the greatest number of words in the shortest possible time. Including music by Gilbert and Sullivan, Noel Coward, Sondheim, Tom Lehrer and Kurt Weill

Patter Songs

Iain Burnside is joined by the baritone Richard Suart, one of the great exponents of patter song, to discuss the art of uttering the greatest number of words in the shortest possible time. Including music by Gilbert and Sullivan, Noel Coward, Sondheim, Tom Lehrer and Kurt Weill.

Peter Porter20040713

Iain Burnside talks to Australian poet Peter Porter, who moved to England in the 1950s. He chooses songs by Campion, Britten, Stravinsky, Wolf, Cole Porter and Gilbert and Sullivan.

Peter Porter20040713

Iain Burnside talks to Australian poet Peter Porter, who moved to England in the 1950s. He chooses songs by Campion, Britten, Stravinsky, Wolf, Cole Porter and Gilbert and Sullivan.

Pettin' In The Park20050830

Jeremy Sams heads into the woods in search of al fresco passion: songs about love in the open air and outdoor shenanigans.

Music by Hahn, Britten, Wolf, Sondheim etc.

Pettin' In The Park20050830

Jeremy Sams heads into the woods in search of al fresco passion: songs about love in the open air and outdoor shenanigans.

Music by Hahn, Britten, Wolf, Sondheim etc.

Pettin' in the Park: Jeremy Sams heads into the woods in search of al fresco passion: songs about love in the open air and outdoor shenanigans. Music by Hahn, Britten, Wolf, Sondheim etc.

Pick Of 200320031223
Pick Of 200320031223
Politics20050201

The Week in Westminster: Iain Burnside explores the shady world of politics through songs by figures as diverse as Britten, Billy Bragg, Flanders and Swann and Frank Loesser.

Politics20050201

The Week in Westminster: Iain Burnside explores the shady world of politics through songs by figures as diverse as Britten, Billy Bragg, Flanders and Swann and Frank Loesser.

The Week in Westminster: Iain Burnside explores the shady world of politics through songs by figures as diverse as Britten, Billy Bragg, Flanders and Swann and Frank Loesser.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 03 August 198919900405

First broadcast on 1989-08-03

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: FATS WALLER

Previous in series: 27 July 1989

Broadcast history

03 Aug 1989 22:30-23:00 (RADIO 2)

05 Apr 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1988-07-24.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 03 August 198919900405

First broadcast on 1989-08-03

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: FATS WALLER

Previous in series: 27 July 1989

Broadcast history

03 Aug 1989 22:30-23:00 (RADIO 2)

05 Apr 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1988-07-24.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 03 January 199619960103

Producer: A. GATEHOUSE

Next in series: FELICITY LOTT

Previous in series: PICK OF THE YEAR

Broadcast history

03 Jan 1996 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-12-09.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 03 January 199619960103

Producer: A. GATEHOUSE

Next in series: FELICITY LOTT

Previous in series: PICK OF THE YEAR

Broadcast history

03 Jan 1996 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-12-09.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 13 September 199519950913

Producer: A. GATEHOUSE

Next in series: HEY, MR POSTMAN

Previous in series: CATHERINE ROBBIN AND PAUL NICHOLSON

Broadcast history

13 Sep 1995 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

14 Sep 1995 12:00-13:00 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-09-12.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 13 September 199519950913

Producer: A. GATEHOUSE

Next in series: HEY, MR POSTMAN

Previous in series: CATHERINE ROBBIN AND PAUL NICHOLSON

Broadcast history

13 Sep 1995 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

14 Sep 1995 12:00-13:00 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-09-12.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 13 September 199519950914

First broadcast on 1995-09-13

Producer: A. GATEHOUSE

Next in series: HEY, MR POSTMAN

Previous in series: CATHERINE ROBBIN AND PAUL NICHOLSON

Broadcast history

13 Sep 1995 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

14 Sep 1995 12:00-13:00 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-09-12.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 13 September 199519950914

First broadcast on 1995-09-13

Producer: A. GATEHOUSE

Next in series: HEY, MR POSTMAN

Previous in series: CATHERINE ROBBIN AND PAUL NICHOLSON

Broadcast history

13 Sep 1995 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

14 Sep 1995 12:00-13:00 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-09-12.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 14 February 199619960214

Producer: MARSHALL, C

Next in series: 21 February 1996

Previous in series: 31 January 1996

Broadcast history

14 Feb 1996 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1996-02-09.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 14 February 199619960214

Producer: MARSHALL, C

Next in series: 21 February 1996

Previous in series: 31 January 1996

Broadcast history

14 Feb 1996 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1996-02-09.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 18 October 199019901018

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: JULIE LONDON

Previous in series: JO STAFFORD

Broadcast history

18 Oct 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

01 Feb 1992 00:05-00:35 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1990-05-10.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 18 October 199019901018

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: JULIE LONDON

Previous in series: JO STAFFORD

Broadcast history

18 Oct 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

01 Feb 1992 00:05-00:35 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1990-05-10.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 21 February 199619960221

Producer: A. GATEHOUSE

Next in series: 28 February 1996

Previous in series: 14 February 1996

Broadcast history

21 Feb 1996 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1996-02-16.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 21 February 199619960221

Producer: A. GATEHOUSE

Next in series: 28 February 1996

Previous in series: 14 February 1996

Broadcast history

21 Feb 1996 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1996-02-16.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 27 July 198919900404

First broadcast on 1989-07-27

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: 03 August 1989

Previous in series: 20 July 1989

Broadcast history

27 Jul 1989 22:30-23:00 (RADIO 2)

04 Apr 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1988-07-24.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 27 July 198919900404

First broadcast on 1989-07-27

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: 03 August 1989

Previous in series: 20 July 1989

Broadcast history

27 Jul 1989 22:30-23:00 (RADIO 2)

04 Apr 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1988-07-24.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 28 February 199619960228

Producer: M. ROWLINSON

Next in series: 27 March 1996

Previous in series: 21 February 1996

Broadcast history

28 Feb 1996 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-12-14.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 28 February 199619960228

Producer: M. ROWLINSON

Next in series: 27 March 1996

Previous in series: 21 February 1996

Broadcast history

28 Feb 1996 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-12-14.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 31 January 199619960131

Producer: J. HAYES

Next in series: 14 February 1996

Previous in series: AT WIGMORE HALL

Broadcast history

31 Jan 1996 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-11-27.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 31 January 199619960131

Producer: J. HAYES

Next in series: 14 February 1996

Previous in series: AT WIGMORE HALL

Broadcast history

31 Jan 1996 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-11-27.

Programme Catalogue - Details: At Wigmore Hall19960124

Producer: A. GATEHOUSE

Next in series: 31 January 1996

Previous in series: FELICITY LOTT

Broadcast history

24 Jan 1996 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1996-01-13.

Programme Catalogue - Details: At Wigmore Hall19960124

Producer: A. GATEHOUSE

Next in series: 31 January 1996

Previous in series: FELICITY LOTT

Broadcast history

24 Jan 1996 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1996-01-13.

Producer: A. GATEHOUSE

Next in series: 31 January 1996

Previous in series: FELICITY LOTT

Broadcast history

24 Jan 1996 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1996-01-13

Programme Catalogue - Details: Billy Eckstine19900613

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: KAREN CARPENTER

Previous in series: DORIS DAY

Broadcast history

13 Jun 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

15 Feb 1992 00:05-00:35 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1990-02-07.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Billy Eckstine19900613

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: KAREN CARPENTER

Previous in series: DORIS DAY

Broadcast history

13 Jun 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

15 Feb 1992 00:05-00:35 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1990-02-07.

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: KAREN CARPENTER

Previous in series: DORIS DAY

Broadcast history

13 Jun 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

15 Feb 1992 00:05-00:35 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1990-02-07

Programme Catalogue - Details: Catherine Robbin And Paul Nicholson19950906

Producer: HAYES. J

Next in series: 13 September 1995

Previous in series: OH I DO LIKE TO BE BESIDE THE SEASIDE

Broadcast history

06 Sep 1995 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

07 Sep 1995 12:00-13:00 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-05-31.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Catherine Robbin And Paul Nicholson19950906

Producer: HAYES. J

Next in series: 13 September 1995

Previous in series: OH I DO LIKE TO BE BESIDE THE SEASIDE

Broadcast history

06 Sep 1995 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

07 Sep 1995 12:00-13:00 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-05-31.

Producer: HAYES. J

Next in series: 13 September 1995

Previous in series: OH I DO LIKE TO BE BESIDE THE SEASIDE

Broadcast history

06 Sep 1995 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

07 Sep 1995 12:00-13:00 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-05-31

Programme Catalogue - Details: Catherine Robbin And Paul Nicholson19950907

First broadcast on 1995-09-06

Producer: HAYES. J

Next in series: 13 September 1995

Previous in series: OH I DO LIKE TO BE BESIDE THE SEASIDE

Broadcast history

06 Sep 1995 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

07 Sep 1995 12:00-13:00 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-05-31.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Catherine Robbin And Paul Nicholson19950907

First broadcast on 1995-09-06

Producer: HAYES. J

Next in series: 13 September 1995

Previous in series: OH I DO LIKE TO BE BESIDE THE SEASIDE

Broadcast history

06 Sep 1995 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

07 Sep 1995 12:00-13:00 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-05-31.

First broadcast on 1995-09-06

Producer: HAYES. J

Next in series: 13 September 1995

Previous in series: OH I DO LIKE TO BE BESIDE THE SEASIDE

Broadcast history

06 Sep 1995 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

07 Sep 1995 12:00-13:00 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-05-31

Programme Catalogue - Details: Doris Day19900612

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: BILLY ECKSTINE

Previous in series: FRANK SINATRA

Broadcast history

12 Jun 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

08 Feb 1992 00:05-00:35 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1990-02-07.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Doris Day19900612

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: BILLY ECKSTINE

Previous in series: FRANK SINATRA

Broadcast history

12 Jun 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

08 Feb 1992 00:05-00:35 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1990-02-07.

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: BILLY ECKSTINE

Previous in series: FRANK SINATRA

Broadcast history

12 Jun 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

08 Feb 1992 00:05-00:35 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1990-02-07

Programme Catalogue - Details: Fats Waller19900403

First broadcast on 1989-08-10

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: FRANK SINATRA

Previous in series: 03 August 1989

Broadcast history

10 Aug 1989 22:30-23:00 (RADIO 2)

03 Apr 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1988-11-13.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Fats Waller19900403

First broadcast on 1989-08-10

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: FRANK SINATRA

Previous in series: 03 August 1989

Broadcast history

10 Aug 1989 22:30-23:00 (RADIO 2)

03 Apr 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1988-11-13.

First broadcast on 1989-08-10

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: FRANK SINATRA

Previous in series: 03 August 1989

Broadcast history

10 Aug 1989 22:30-23:00 (RADIO 2)

03 Apr 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1988-11-13

Programme Catalogue - Details: Felicity Lott19960117

Producer: A. GATEHOUSE

Next in series: AT WIGMORE HALL

Previous in series: 03 January 1996

Broadcast history

17 Jan 1996 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1996-01-16.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Felicity Lott19960117

Producer: A. GATEHOUSE

Next in series: AT WIGMORE HALL

Previous in series: 03 January 1996

Broadcast history

17 Jan 1996 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1996-01-16.

Producer: A. GATEHOUSE

Next in series: AT WIGMORE HALL

Previous in series: 03 January 1996

Broadcast history

17 Jan 1996 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1996-01-16

Programme Catalogue - Details: Frank Sinatra19901019

First broadcast on 1989-08-24

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: FRANK SINATRA

Previous in series: FATS WALLER

Broadcast history

24 Aug 1989 22:30-23:00 (RADIO 2)

19 Oct 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1989-01-10.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Frank Sinatra19901019

First broadcast on 1989-08-24

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: FRANK SINATRA

Previous in series: FATS WALLER

Broadcast history

24 Aug 1989 22:30-23:00 (RADIO 2)

19 Oct 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1989-01-10.

First broadcast on 1989-08-24

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: FRANK SINATRA

Previous in series: FATS WALLER

Broadcast history

24 Aug 1989 22:30-23:00 (RADIO 2)

19 Oct 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1989-01-10

Programme Catalogue - Details: Frank Sinatra19901020

First broadcast on 1989-08-31

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: DORIS DAY

Previous in series: FRANK SINATRA

Broadcast history

31 Aug 1989 22:30-23:00 (RADIO 2)

20 Oct 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1989-01-10.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Frank Sinatra19901020

First broadcast on 1989-08-31

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: DORIS DAY

Previous in series: FRANK SINATRA

Broadcast history

31 Aug 1989 22:30-23:00 (RADIO 2)

20 Oct 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1989-01-10.

First broadcast on 1989-08-31

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: DORIS DAY

Previous in series: FRANK SINATRA

Broadcast history

31 Aug 1989 22:30-23:00 (RADIO 2)

20 Oct 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1989-01-10

Programme Catalogue - Details: Frankie Laine19900615

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: HOAGY CARMICHAEL

Previous in series: KAREN CARPENTER

Broadcast history

15 Jun 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

29 Feb 1992 00:05-00:35 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1990-03-28.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Frankie Laine19900615

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: HOAGY CARMICHAEL

Previous in series: KAREN CARPENTER

Broadcast history

15 Jun 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

29 Feb 1992 00:05-00:35 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1990-03-28.

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: HOAGY CARMICHAEL

Previous in series: KAREN CARPENTER

Broadcast history

15 Jun 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

29 Feb 1992 00:05-00:35 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1990-03-28

Programme Catalogue - Details: Fred Astaire19901016

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: JO STAFFORD

Previous in series: HOAGY CARMICHAEL

Broadcast history

16 Oct 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

18 Jan 1992 00:05-00:35 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1990-05-09.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Fred Astaire19901016

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: JO STAFFORD

Previous in series: HOAGY CARMICHAEL

Broadcast history

16 Oct 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

18 Jan 1992 00:05-00:35 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1990-05-09.

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: JO STAFFORD

Previous in series: HOAGY CARMICHAEL

Broadcast history

16 Oct 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

18 Jan 1992 00:05-00:35 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1990-05-09

Programme Catalogue - Details: Hey, Mr Postman19950927

Producer: A. GATEHOUSE

Next in series: 04 October 1995

Previous in series: 13 September 1995

Broadcast history

27 Sep 1995 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-09-07.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Hey, Mr Postman19950927

Producer: A. GATEHOUSE

Next in series: 04 October 1995

Previous in series: 13 September 1995

Broadcast history

27 Sep 1995 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-09-07.

Producer: A. GATEHOUSE

Next in series: 04 October 1995

Previous in series: 13 September 1995

Broadcast history

27 Sep 1995 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-09-07

Programme Catalogue - Details: Hoagy Carmichael19900616

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: FRED ASTAIRE

Previous in series: FRANKIE LAINE

Broadcast history

16 Jun 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

07 Mar 1992 00:05-00:35 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1990-04-25.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Hoagy Carmichael19900616

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: FRED ASTAIRE

Previous in series: FRANKIE LAINE

Broadcast history

16 Jun 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

07 Mar 1992 00:05-00:35 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1990-04-25.

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: FRED ASTAIRE

Previous in series: FRANKIE LAINE

Broadcast history

16 Jun 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

07 Mar 1992 00:05-00:35 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1990-04-25

Programme Catalogue - Details: Jo Stafford19901017

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: 18 October 1990

Previous in series: FRED ASTAIRE

Broadcast history

17 Oct 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

25 Jan 1992 00:05-00:35 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1990-04-25.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Jo Stafford19901017

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: 18 October 1990

Previous in series: FRED ASTAIRE

Broadcast history

17 Oct 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

25 Jan 1992 00:05-00:35 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1990-04-25.

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: 18 October 1990

Previous in series: FRED ASTAIRE

Broadcast history

17 Oct 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

25 Jan 1992 00:05-00:35 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1990-04-25

Programme Catalogue - Details: Karen Carpenter19900614

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: FRANKIE LAINE

Previous in series: BILLY ECKSTINE

Broadcast history

14 Jun 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

22 Feb 1992 00:05-00:35 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1990-03-29.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Karen Carpenter19900614

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: FRANKIE LAINE

Previous in series: BILLY ECKSTINE

Broadcast history

14 Jun 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

22 Feb 1992 00:05-00:35 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1990-03-29.

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: FRANKIE LAINE

Previous in series: BILLY ECKSTINE

Broadcast history

14 Jun 1990 00:30-01:00 (RADIO 2)

22 Feb 1992 00:05-00:35 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1990-03-29

Programme Catalogue - Details: Seven Deadly Sins19960110

First broadcast on 1995-10-25

Producer: A. GATEHOUSE

Next in series: 01 November 1995

Previous in series: 18 October 1995

Broadcast history

25 Oct 1995 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

10 Jan 1996 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-10-05.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Seven Deadly Sins19960110

First broadcast on 1995-10-25

Producer: A. GATEHOUSE

Next in series: 01 November 1995

Previous in series: 18 October 1995

Broadcast history

25 Oct 1995 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

10 Jan 1996 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-10-05.

First broadcast on 1995-10-25

Producer: A. GATEHOUSE

Next in series: 01 November 1995

Previous in series: 18 October 1995

Broadcast history

25 Oct 1995 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

10 Jan 1996 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-10-05

Programme Catalogue - Details: Spotlight On Thomas Allen19950920

- SPOTLIGHT ON THOMAS ALLEN

20 September 1995

Producer: A. GATEHOUSE

Broadcast history

20 Sep 1995 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

21 Sep 1995 12:00-13:00 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-09-18.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Spotlight On Thomas Allen19950920

- SPOTLIGHT ON THOMAS ALLEN

20 September 1995

Producer: A. GATEHOUSE

Broadcast history

20 Sep 1995 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

21 Sep 1995 12:00-13:00 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-09-18

- SPOTLIGHT ON THOMAS ALLEN

20 September 1995

Producer: A. GATEHOUSE

Broadcast history

20 Sep 1995 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

21 Sep 1995 12:00-13:00 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-09-18.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Spotlight On Thomas Allen19950921

- SPOTLIGHT ON THOMAS ALLEN

20 September 1995

First broadcast on 1995-09-20

Producer: A. GATEHOUSE

Broadcast history

20 Sep 1995 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

21 Sep 1995 12:00-13:00 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-09-18.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Spotlight On Thomas Allen19950921

- SPOTLIGHT ON THOMAS ALLEN

20 September 1995

First broadcast on 1995-09-20

Producer: A. GATEHOUSE

Broadcast history

20 Sep 1995 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

21 Sep 1995 12:00-13:00 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-09-18

- SPOTLIGHT ON THOMAS ALLEN

20 September 1995

First broadcast on 1995-09-20

Producer: A. GATEHOUSE

Broadcast history

20 Sep 1995 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

21 Sep 1995 12:00-13:00 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-09-18.

Programme Catalogue - Details: The Aviary19960207

- THE AVIARY

07 February 1996

Producer: M. ROWLINSON

Broadcast history

07 Feb 1996 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1996-01-24.

Programme Catalogue - Details: The Aviary19960207

- THE AVIARY

07 February 1996

Producer: M. ROWLINSON

Broadcast history

07 Feb 1996 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1996-01-24.

Programme Catalogue - Station
Renee Fleming20050719

The Voices spotlight falls on the great American soprano.

She joins Iain Burnside in the studio to introduce a selection of her recordings, ranging from operatic arias by Dvorák, Verdi and André Previn, to songs by Rachmaninov and Duke Ellington.

Renee Fleming20050719

The Voices spotlight falls on the great American soprano.

She joins Iain Burnside in the studio to introduce a selection of her recordings, ranging from operatic arias by Dvorák, Verdi and André Previn, to songs by Rachmaninov and Duke Ellington.

Renee Fleming

The Voices spotlight falls on the great American soprano. She joins Iain Burnside in the studio to introduce a selection of her recordings, ranging from operatic arias by Dvorák, Verdi and André Previn, to songs by Rachmaninov and Duke Ellington.

Sarah Fox20041123

Iain Burnside introduces a special recital by Sarah Fox (soprano) and Malcolm Martineau (piano). The programme consists of French songs by Gounod, Debussy, Poulenc and Canteloube.

Sarah Fox20041123

Iain Burnside introduces a special recital by Sarah Fox (soprano) and Malcolm Martineau (piano). The programme consists of French songs by Gounod, Debussy, Poulenc and Canteloube.

Iain Burnside introduces a special recital by Sarah Fox (soprano) and Malcolm Martineau (piano). The programme consists of French songs by Gounod, Debussy, Poulenc and Canteloube.

Scotland's Hugo Wolf?20070109

Iain Burnside is joined by soprano Lisa Milne and baritone Roderick Williams to explore the songs of FG Scott, a quirky and highly original 20th-century Scottish composer.

Scotland's Hugo Wolf?20070109

Iain Burnside is joined by soprano Lisa Milne and baritone Roderick Williams to explore the songs of FG Scott, a quirky and highly original 20th-century Scottish composer.

Scotland's Hugo Wolf?

Iain Burnside is joined by soprano Lisa Milne and baritone Roderick Williams to explore the songs of FG Scott, a quirky and highly original 20th-century Scottish composer.

Settings Of Goethe By Schubert20041019

Rebecca Evans (soprano), Stefan Loges (baritone), Eugene Asti (piano).

Iain Burnside introduces a specially recorded performance of settings of Goethe by Schubert.

Settings Of Goethe By Schubert20041019

Rebecca Evans (soprano), Stefan Loges (baritone), Eugene Asti (piano).

Iain Burnside introduces a specially recorded performance of settings of Goethe by Schubert.

Rebecca Evans (soprano), Stefan Loges (baritone), Eugene Asti (piano). Iain Burnside introduces a specially recorded performance of settings of Goethe by Schubert.

Sound The Trumpet20061121

Iain Burnside introduces a selection of songs about musical instruments in all their shapes and forms.

Sound The Trumpet20061121

Iain Burnside introduces a selection of songs about musical instruments in all their shapes and forms.

Sound the Trumpet: Iain Burnside introduces a selection of songs about musical instruments in all their shapes and forms.

Spotlight On Brigitte Fassbaender20050315

Iain Burnside goes to the opera house in Innsbruck to talk to the Intendantin, the great German mezzo Brigitte Fassbaender who reminisces about her career on the recital platform and operatic stage.

Includes music by Kurt Weill, Wolf, Mahler and Schubert.

Spotlight On Brigitte Fassbaender20050315

Iain Burnside goes to the opera house in Innsbruck to talk to the Intendantin, the great German mezzo Brigitte Fassbaender who reminisces about her career on the recital platform and operatic stage.

Includes music by Kurt Weill, Wolf, Mahler and Schubert.

Spotlight on Brigitte Fassbaender

Iain Burnside goes to the opera house in Innsbruck to talk to the Intendantin, the great German mezzo Brigitte Fassbaender who reminisces about her career on the recital platform and operatic stage.

Includes music by Kurt Weill, Wolf, Mahler and Schubert.

Spotlight On Christa Ludwig20060808

Iain Burnside talks to mezzo-soprano Christa Ludwig about her devotion to the art of Lieder singing and discusses some of her operatic roles including the soprano parts that she took on later in her career.

With songs by Brahms, Mahler, Schumann, Schubert and Wolf and extracts from Bellinis Norma and Wagner's Götterdämmerung.

Spotlight On Christa Ludwig20060808

Iain Burnside talks to mezzo-soprano Christa Ludwig about her devotion to the art of Lieder singing and discusses some of her operatic roles including the soprano parts that she took on later in her career.

With songs by Brahms, Mahler, Schumann, Schubert and Wolf and extracts from Bellinis Norma and Wagner's Götterdämmerung.

Spotlight on Christa Ludwig

Iain Burnside talks to mezzo-soprano Christa Ludwig about her devotion to the art of Lieder singing and discusses some of her operatic roles including the soprano parts that she took on later in her career.

With songs by Brahms, Mahler, Schumann, Schubert and Wolf and extracts from Bellinis Norma and Wagner's Götterdämmerung.

Spotlight On Gundula Janowitz20060711

Iain Burnside talks to the German soprano about her career. She introduces her own favourite recordings, including songs by Schubert, Mendelssohn, Beethoven, Handel, Richard Strauss and Hindemith.

Spotlight On Gundula Janowitz20060711

Iain Burnside talks to the German soprano about her career. She introduces her own favourite recordings, including songs by Schubert, Mendelssohn, Beethoven, Handel, Richard Strauss and Hindemith.

Spotlight on Gundula Janowitz

Iain Burnside talks to the German soprano about her career. She introduces her own favourite recordings, including songs by Schubert, Mendelssohn, Beethoven, Handel, Richard Strauss and Hindemith.

Spotlight On Jean-paul Fouchécourt20051018

>Jean-Paul Fouchécourt is one of the leading interpreters of French baroque music and is also well known for his performances of 20th Century French songs by Debussy, Poulenc, Satie etc.

Iain Burnside talks to him about his career and some of the singers who have influenced him.

Spotlight On Jean-paul Fouchécourt20051018

>Jean-Paul Fouchécourt is one of the leading interpreters of French baroque music and is also well known for his performances of 20th Century French songs by Debussy, Poulenc, Satie etc.

Iain Burnside talks to him about his career and some of the singers who have influenced him.

Spotlight on Jean-Paul Fouchécourt

Jean-Paul Fouchécourt is one of the leading interpreters of French baroque music and is also well known for his performances of 20th Century French songs by Debussy, Poulenc, Satie etc. Iain Burnside talks to him about his career and some of the singers who have influenced him.

Spotlight On Kim Criswell20040309

Iain Burnside talks to flame-haired songstress, Kim Criswell about the art of show songs - not just the glitzy world of showbiz but also the more serious trend towards performing the classic musicals as they would originally have been staged. With excerpts from Irving Berlin's Annie Get Your Gun, Cole Porter's Kiss Me Kate and Leonard Bernstein's Wonderful Town.

Spotlight On Kim Criswell20040309

Iain Burnside talks to flame-haired songstress, Kim Criswell about the art of show songs - not just the glitzy world of showbiz but also the more serious trend towards performing the classic musicals as they would originally have been staged. With excerpts from Irving Berlin's Annie Get Your Gun, Cole Porter's Kiss Me Kate and Leonard Bernstein's Wonderful Town.

Spotlight On Renee Fleming20040824

Today the Voices spotlight falls on the great American soprano Renee Fleming. She joins Iain Burnside in the studio to introduce a selection of her recordings, ranging from operatic arias by Dvorák, Verdi and Andre Previn, to songs by Rachmaninov and Duke Ellington.

Spotlight On Renee Fleming20040824

Today the Voices spotlight falls on the great American soprano Renee Fleming. She joins Iain Burnside in the studio to introduce a selection of her recordings, ranging from operatic arias by Dvorák, Verdi and Andre Previn, to songs by Rachmaninov and Duke Ellington.

Spotlight on Renee Fleming

Today the Voices spotlight falls on the great American soprano Renee Fleming. She joins Iain Burnside in the studio to introduce a selection of her recordings, ranging from operatic arias by Dvorák, Verdi and Andre Previn, to songs by Rachmaninov and Duke Ellington.

Swedish Mezzo-sopranos20041102

Iain Burnside introduces a specially recorded recital given by two very different Swedish mezzo-sopranos. Anna Larsson performs songs by Schubert and Brahms and Tove Dahlberg sings Grieg's songcycle, Haugtussa.

Anna Larsson (mezzo-soprano)

Roger Vignoles (piano)

Tove Dahlberg (mezzo-soprano)

Julius Drake (piano).

Swedish Mezzo-sopranos20041102

Iain Burnside introduces a specially recorded recital given by two very different Swedish mezzo-sopranos. Anna Larsson performs songs by Schubert and Brahms and Tove Dahlberg sings Grieg's songcycle, Haugtussa.

Anna Larsson (mezzo-soprano)

Roger Vignoles (piano)

Tove Dahlberg (mezzo-soprano)

Julius Drake (piano).

The French Collection20040727

Jeremy Sams takes us over the Channel to explore the world of the French art song using the music of Poulenc, Fauré, Debussy, Duparc and Chausson, with singers such as Hugues Cuenod, Pierre Bernac and Gerard Souzay.

The French Collection20040727

Jeremy Sams takes us over the Channel to explore the world of the French art song using the music of Poulenc, Fauré, Debussy, Duparc and Chausson, with singers such as Hugues Cuenod, Pierre Bernac and Gerard Souzay.

The French Collection

Jeremy Sams takes us over the Channel to explore the world of the French art song using the music of Poulenc, Fauré, Debussy, Duparc and Chausson, with singers such as Hugues Cuenod, Pierre Bernac and Gerard Souzay.

The Full Monty20040224

Rita Hayworth did it with long black gloves in Gilda, while Gipsy Rose Lee went the whole way.

Ever since Salome the game of peek-a-boo has danced on the thin line between empowerment and vulnerability.

And as every stripper knows 'you gotta get a gimmick'.

Iain Burnside unveils a sequence of songs that range from the suggestive to the full-on including music by Jule Styne, Richard Rodgers, Faure and Debussy.

The Full Monty20040224

Rita Hayworth did it with long black gloves in Gilda, while Gipsy Rose Lee went the whole way.

Ever since Salome the game of peek-a-boo has danced on the thin line between empowerment and vulnerability.

And as every stripper knows 'you gotta get a gimmick'.

Iain Burnside unveils a sequence of songs that range from the suggestive to the full-on including music by Jule Styne, Richard Rodgers, Faure and Debussy.

The Latin Spirit20060509

Iain Burnside introduces a selection of songs with a South American flavour.

The Latin Spirit20060509

Iain Burnside introduces a selection of songs with a South American flavour.

The Latin Spirit: Iain Burnside introduces a selection of songs with a South American flavour.

The Moon20060627

Ian Burnside introduces a selection of songs about or inspired by the Moon, including music by Dallapiccola, Schubert and Schoenberg, as well as recordings by Frank Sinatra and Mel Tormé.

The Moon20060627

Ian Burnside introduces a selection of songs about or inspired by the Moon, including music by Dallapiccola, Schubert and Schoenberg, as well as recordings by Frank Sinatra and Mel Tormé.

The Nuclear Family20040622

Iain Burnside explores the potential minefield of family relationships through the world of song. Including songs by Brahms, Britten, Charles Ives, Stephen Sondheim and Fascinating Aida.

The Nuclear Family20040622

Iain Burnside explores the potential minefield of family relationships through the world of song. Including songs by Brahms, Britten, Charles Ives, Stephen Sondheim and Fascinating Aida.

The Nuclear Family

Iain Burnside explores the potential minefield of family relationships through the world of song. Including songs by Brahms, Britten, Charles Ives, Stephen Sondheim and Fascinating Aida.

The Songs Of Faure20040810

Iain Bunside introduces songs by one of the greatest French composers of the genre, Gabriel Faure. Faure's songs span some sixty years of his life, and they range from lighter salon-style works to pared-down settings of texts by a young French soldier killed in the First World War, via sensual encounters with the poetry of Verlaine.

The Songs Of Faure20040810

Iain Bunside introduces songs by one of the greatest French composers of the genre, Gabriel Faure. Faure's songs span some sixty years of his life, and they range from lighter salon-style works to pared-down settings of texts by a young French soldier killed in the First World War, via sensual encounters with the poetry of Verlaine.

The Songs Of Judith Weir20061114

Iain Burnside introduces studio recordings of songs by Judith Weir.

Performed by Ailish Tynan (soprano), Susan Bickley (mezzo), Andrew Kennedy (tenor) with Iain himself at the piano.

The Songs Of Judith Weir20061114

Iain Burnside introduces studio recordings of songs by Judith Weir.

Performed by Ailish Tynan (soprano), Susan Bickley (mezzo), Andrew Kennedy (tenor) with Iain himself at the piano.

The Songs of Judith Weir

Iain Burnside introduces studio recordings of songs by Judith Weir.

Performed by Ailish Tynan (soprano), Susan Bickley (mezzo), Andrew Kennedy (tenor) with Iain himself at the piano.

The Songs Of Poulenc20050222

Iain Burnside explores the legacy of one of the greatest French song composers, Francis Poulenc.

Performers include Pierre Bernac, Elly Ameling, Gilles Cachemaille, Ann Murray, Felicity Lott, Régine Crespin, Hugues Cuenod, and Francois le Roux.

The Songs Of Poulenc20050222

Iain Burnside explores the legacy of one of the greatest French song composers, Francis Poulenc.

Performers include Pierre Bernac, Elly Ameling, Gilles Cachemaille, Ann Murray, Felicity Lott, Régine Crespin, Hugues Cuenod, and Francois le Roux.

The Songs of Poulenc

Iain Burnside explores the legacy of one of the greatest French song composers, Francis Poulenc.

Performers include Pierre Bernac, Elly Ameling, Gilles Cachemaille, Ann Murray, Felicity Lott, Régine Crespin, Hugues Cuenod, and Francois le Roux.

The Wonders Of The Ancient World20050920

Iain Burnside takes a magic carpet ride back to the great cities of the ancient world in the company of Schubert, Wolf, Fauré, Tippett and Sondheim.

The Wonders Of The Ancient World20050920

Iain Burnside takes a magic carpet ride back to the great cities of the ancient world in the company of Schubert, Wolf, Fauré, Tippett and Sondheim.

The Wonders of the Ancient World: Iain Burnside takes a magic carpet ride back to the great cities of the ancient world in the company of Schubert, Wolf, Fauré, Tippett and Sondheim.

Toby Spence20050308

The acclaimed young British tenor Toby Spence in a recital recorded for the show.

He sings songs by Poulenc and Mahler alongside Britten's Holy Sonnets of John Donne, written in 1945 after the composer returned from giving recitals with

Yehudi Menuhin in the recently liberated German concentration camps.

Presented by Iain Burnside.

Mahler: Der Schildwache Nachtlied; Der Tamboursg'sell (Des Knaben Wunderhorn)

Poulenc: Tel Jour, Telle Nuit

Britten: The Holy Sonnets of John Donne, Op 35

Toby Spence (tenor)

Iain Burnside (piano).

Toby Spence20050308

The acclaimed young British tenor Toby Spence in a recital recorded for the show.

He sings songs by Poulenc and Mahler alongside Britten's Holy Sonnets of John Donne, written in 1945 after the composer returned from giving recitals with

Yehudi Menuhin in the recently liberated German concentration camps.

Presented by Iain Burnside.

Mahler: Der Schildwache Nachtlied; Der Tamboursg'sell (Des Knaben Wunderhorn)

Poulenc: Tel Jour, Telle Nuit

Britten: The Holy Sonnets of John Donne, Op 35

Toby Spence (tenor)

Iain Burnside (piano).

The acclaimed young British tenor Toby Spence in a recital recorded for the show. He sings songs by Poulenc and Mahler alongside Britten's Holy Sonnets of John Donne, written in 1945 after the composer returned from giving recitals with

Yehudi Menuhin in the recently liberated German concentration camps.

Presented by Iain Burnside.

Mahler: Der Schildwache Nachtlied; Der Tamboursg'sell (Des Knaben Wunderhorn)

Poulenc: Tel Jour, Telle Nuit

Britten: The Holy Sonnets of John Donne, Op 35

Toby Spence (tenor)

Iain Burnside (piano)

Viva Espania20040511

Iain Burnside sets off in search of Spain as seen through they eyes of non-Spaniards. Includes songs by Walton, Fascinating Aida, Wolf, Shostakovich, Kit and the Widow, Ravel, Dallapiccola and The Pogues.

Viva Espania20040511

Iain Burnside sets off in search of Spain as seen through they eyes of non-Spaniards. Includes songs by Walton, Fascinating Aida, Wolf, Shostakovich, Kit and the Widow, Ravel, Dallapiccola and The Pogues.

Viva España!

Iain Burnside sets off in search of Spain as seen through they eyes of non-Spaniards. Includes songs by Walton, Fascinating Aida, Wolf, Shostakovich, Kit and the Widow, Ravel, Dallapiccola and The Pogues.

Voices From Venice20040831

Iain Burnside puts on his gondolier's outfit and glides through the canals of La Serenissima in search of songs that recall the city of Canaletto, Vivaldi and the Doges. With music by Gounod, Schumann, Reynaldo Hahn, Richard Rodgers, Benjamin Britten, Giovanni Croce and the music hall star, Billy Merson.

Voices From Venice2004083120050726

Iain Burnside puts on his gondolier's outfit and glides through the canals of La Serenissima in search of songs that recall the city of Canaletto, Vivaldi and the Doges.

With music by Gounod, Schumann, Reynaldo Hahn, Richard Rodgers, Benjamin Britten, Giovanni Croce and the music hall star, Billy Merson.

Iain Burnside puts on his gondolier's outfit and glides through the canals of La Serenissima in search of songs that recall the city of Canaletto, Vivaldi and the Doges. With music by Gounod, Schumann, Reynaldo Hahn, Richard Rodgers, Benjamin Britten, Giovanni Croce and the music hall star, Billy Merson.

Voices From Venice20050726

Iain Burnside puts on his gondolier's outfit and glides through the canals of La Serenissima in search of songs that recall the city of Canaletto, Vivaldi and the Doges.

With music by Gounod, Schumann, Reynaldo Hahn, Richard Rodgers, Benjamin Britten, Giovanni Croce and the music hall star, Billy Merson.

Voices from Venice

Iain Burnside puts on his gondolier's outfit and glides through the canals of La Serenissima in search of songs that recall the city of Canaletto, Vivaldi and the Doges. With music by Gounod, Schumann, Reynaldo Hahn, Richard Rodgers, Benjamin Britten, Giovanni Croce and the music hall star, Billy Merson.

Waterworld20040921

Iain Burnside introduces songs which explore the aquatic world of watersprites, mermaids and fishermen who get seduced into the watery depths. Includes songs by Schubert, Wolf and Britten.

Waterworld20040921

Iain Burnside introduces songs which explore the aquatic world of watersprites, mermaids and fishermen who get seduced into the watery depths. Includes songs by Schubert, Wolf and Britten.

What's In A Name?20061010

Iain Burnside, with a little help from Alfred Deller, Dory Previn and others, asks - what's in a name?

What's In A Name?20061010

Iain Burnside, with a little help from Alfred Deller, Dory Previn and others, asks - what's in a name?

Iain Burnside, with a little help from Alfred Deller, Dory Previn and others, asks - what's in a name?

William Bolcom20060117

Iain Burnside talks to American composer and raconteur William Bolcom about the art of songwriting, his experiences as a pupil of Milhaud, and the stars of the New York artistic scene. Music includes works by Gershwin, Poulenc and Bolcom himself.

William Bolcom20060117

Iain Burnside talks to American composer and raconteur William Bolcom about the art of songwriting, his experiences as a pupil of Milhaud, and the stars of the New York artistic scene. Music includes works by Gershwin, Poulenc and Bolcom himself.

Iain Burnside talks to American composer and raconteur William Bolcom about the art of songwriting, his experiences as a pupil of Milhaud, and the stars of the New York artistic scene. Music includes works by Gershwin, Poulenc and Bolcom himself.

Wolf Songs20060124

Iain Burnside introduces a recital of Wolf songs, with soprano Joan Rodgers, baritone Mark Stone and pianist Roger Vignoles

Wolf Songs20060124

Iain Burnside introduces a recital of Wolf songs, with soprano Joan Rodgers, baritone Mark Stone and pianist Roger Vignoles

Iain Burnside introduces a recital of Wolf songs, with soprano Joan Rodgers, baritone Mark Stone and pianist Roger Vignoles.

Wolf's Italian Song Book20050621

Iain Burnside presents a selection from Wolf's Italian Song Book, sung by soprano Ruth Ziesak, tenor Christoph Prégardien and pianist Helmut Deutsch, recorded at last year's Schwetzingen Festival.

Wolf's Italian Song Book20050621

Iain Burnside presents a selection from Wolf's Italian Song Book, sung by soprano Ruth Ziesak, tenor Christoph Prégardien and pianist Helmut Deutsch, recorded at last year's Schwetzingen Festival.

Iain Burnside presents a selection from Wolf's Italian Song Book, sung by soprano Ruth Ziesak, tenor Christoph Prégardien and pianist Helmut Deutsch, recorded at last year's Schwetzingen Festival.