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162 Sunday Feature: Cuba Clasica2015-02-16 11:50:00
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163 Sunday Feature: Eric Ravilious: Chalk & Ice2015-02-09 13:20:00
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164 Sunday Feature: Palace of Shame2015-02-01 19:00:00
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165 Sunday Feature: Beautiful Death2015-01-25 19:45:00
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166 Andy Warhol's Factory Friends2015-01-19 10:25:00
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167 R3Docs: The Sunday Feature, Zola in Norwood - 11 Jan 20152015-01-11 18:45:00
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168 Sunday Feature: Thom Gunn - Appropriate Measures2015-01-04 18:45:00
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169 Matthew Sweet's Palace of Great War Varieties2014-12-28 18:45:00
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170 Sunday Feature: The Supernatural North2014-12-14 19:30:00
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171 Sunday Feature: The Fundamentalist Queen2014-12-11 12:02:00
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172 Sunday Feature: A Cultural History of the Plague2014-11-30 18:45:00
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173 Sunday Feature: In the Shadow of the Tower2014-11-23 19:30:00
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174 Sunday Feature: New Generation Thinkers2014-11-16 18:45:00
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175 Sunday Feature: God and the Great War2014-11-09 19:30:00
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176 Kitty Marion and The Poetry of Science2014-11-03 11:33:00
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177 R3Docs: Sunday Feature: The Gospel According to Joan2014-10-26 18:45:00
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178 Enter the Dragon Chinese Theatre in the 21st century2014-10-20 16:17:00
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179 Sunday Feature: Who Was Richard Strauss?2014-10-12 18:30:00
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Sunday Feature: Who Was Richard Strauss?

Richard Strauss's works are staples of both concert hall and opera house, and yet relatively little is known or discussed of the man himself. What we do know about Strauss - that he was incredibly astute financially, that his relationship with the Nazis was "complicated", and that his wife Pauline was as assertive and domineering as his mother was not - is a roughly-drawn portrait of the man which was propagated by almost all his contemporaries, and indeed by Strauss himself. A man who strove to control almost obsessively what was known about him, what cliches there are have largely succeeded in deterring scholars from taking more than a passing interest in this most complex of characters. Drawing extensively on brand new research, Tom Service travels to Switzerland - where Strauss lived from October 1945 for almost four years - in search of the real Richard Strauss, and in the process sheds fascinating new light on some of the composer's later music in particular.…read more

180 Sunday Feature: Global Classical Music - A New World Symphony2014-09-28 18:30:00
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