These You Have Loathed

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20010610

Four-part series in which Petroc Trelawny invites two leading cultural figures to share the music they simply can't stand and asks them to justify their choices.

20010610

Four-part series in which Petroc Trelawny invites two leading cultural figures to share the music they simply can't stand and asks them to justify their choices.

20010617

Four-part series in which Petroc Trelawny invites two leading cultural figures to share the music they simply can't stand.

Opera director Francesca Zambello and writer and broadcaster Peggy Reynolds consider crimes committed in the name of music by the three tenors, Verdi and Michael Nyman

20010617

Four-part series in which Petroc Trelawny invites two leading cultural figures to share the music they simply can't stand.

Opera director Francesca Zambello and writer and broadcaster Peggy Reynolds consider crimes committed in the name of music by the three tenors, Verdi and Michael Nyman

20010624

Four-part series in which Petroc Trelawny invites two leading cultural figures to share the music they simply can't stand.

Baroness Mary Warnock and Kit and the Widow's Richard Sisson consider crimes committed in the name of music by Mozart, Debussy and the recorder.

20010624

Four-part series in which Petroc Trelawny invites two leading cultural figures to share the music they simply can't stand.

Baroness Mary Warnock and Kit and the Widow's Richard Sisson consider crimes committed in the name of music by Mozart, Debussy and the recorder.

20010701

Four-part series in which Petroc Trelawny invites two leading cultural figures to share the music they simply can't stand.

Former director of the Royal Opera House Mary Allen and writer Philip Hensher consider crimes committed in the name of music.

20010701

Four-part series in which Petroc Trelawny invites two leading cultural figures to share the music they simply can't stand.

Former director of the Royal Opera House Mary Allen and writer Philip Hensher consider crimes committed in the name of music.

0120010513

Four-part series in which Petroc Trelawny invites two leading cultural figures to share the music they simply can't stand.

Professor of literature and jazz trumpeter Valentine Cunningham and poet and author Ruth Padel consider crimes committed in the name of music by Beethoven, Berlioz, Bob Dylan and Lionel Bart, among others.

0120010513

Four-part series in which Petroc Trelawny invites two leading cultural figures to share the music they simply can't stand.

Professor of literature and jazz trumpeter Valentine Cunningham and poet and author Ruth Padel consider crimes committed in the name of music by Beethoven, Berlioz, Bob Dylan and Lionel Bart, among others.