August 21st, 2014
Episode 516 of 1303 episodes
With Razia Iqbal Two Days, One Night starring Marion Cotillard is reviewed; Timothy West on lending his voice to a statue of Sir John Barbirolli ; Scottish novelist Alan Warner discusses his new novel Their Lips Talk of Mischief; and as the Iceland Symphony Orchestra makes its debut at the BBC Proms, conductor Ilan Volkov and critic Hilary Finch discuss the influence of Iceland's dramatic landscape on its classical music.
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