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505 Mezzo-Soprano Sarah Connolly, Inspire Season Commissions, The Producers at 502018-08-08 10:32:00
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506 The Proclaimers, Gulliver's Travels, Internet as inspiration2018-08-07 19:45:00
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507 Hang Ups, The Artist's Way author Julia Cameron, Brandenburg Concertos Prom2018-08-06 18:58:00
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508 What is Inspiration? Plus playing music from memory with the Aurora Orchestra2018-08-02 19:11:00
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509 Nature as artistic inspiration - live from Epping Forest, Loch Lomond and Helen's Bay2018-08-01 18:58:00
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510 Love Island, Melvin Burgess, Milos Karadaglic and Joby Talbot, Roy Foster on Brian Friel2018-07-31 19:08:00
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511 Dad's Army at 50, Jazz on streaming services, Marvellous Mechanical Museum2018-07-30 19:17:00
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512 Iceman, Suicide in the performing arts, Samuel Barber opera Vanessa2018-07-27 18:58:00
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Iceman, Suicide in the performing arts, Samuel Barber opera Vanessa

New film Iceman was inspired by Ötzi, the prehistoric man who was found perfectly preserved in the ice in the Ötztal Alps in 1991. Dubbed "The European Revenant" the characters speak in an extinct language which isn't subtitled. We review with film critic Hannah McGill and survival enthusiast and Costa Children's Book Award winner Katherine Rundell. A recent Parliamentary meeting addressed the issue of mental health and the performing arts as statistics show that there is a higher than average risk of suicide in those professions. How should employers respond? MP Luciana Berger who chaired the meeting and Louise Grainger of Equity talk to Front Row. Samuel Barber's Adagio for Strings is one of the world's most loved pieces of classical music, but Barber also wrote many other works, including the opera Vanessa, which is being revived at Glyndebourne sixty years after it was hailed as the first great American opera. Kirsty speaks to director Keith Warner. Main image: Juergen Vogel in Iceman. Copyright: Martin Rattini for Port Au Prince Film Kultur Produktion and Echofilm.…read more

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