|01||01||The Beast At The Bottom Of The Sea||19990329|
Roger Nichols discusses Claude Debussy's 1915 holiday at Mon Coin, the cottage where he wrote the Twelve Etudes for piano.
Illness and the war are conspiring to silence his muse, but he becomes inspired by the sea.
|01||02||Send My Roots Rain||19990330|
|01||03 LAST||The Red Room||19990331|
Glyn Hughes explains how in 1846, Charlotte Bronte accompanied her father, the Rev Patrick Bronte, to MANCHESTER where he was to undergo a cataract operation. They stayed in a room in a boarding house, where in virtual darkness, Charlotte wrote the bulk of her masterpiece `Jane Eyre'.
by Nicholas Mcinerny. Dr Donald Mitchell analyses Gustav Mahler's great song cycle, created the summer after his elder daughter died.
|02||02||The Language Of Flowers||20020326|
|02||03 LAST||The End Of Time||20020327|