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> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2009-05-28 14:00:00
3/3. What's in a Picture? A look at Frida Kahlo, whose face, with pronounced joining eyebrows, has become a global icon. Presented by Tim Marlow.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2009-05-28 13:00:00
3/3. What's in a Picture? A look at Frida Kahlo, whose face, with pronounced joining eyebrows, has become a global icon. Presented by Tim Marlow.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2009-05-20 05:00:00
Jay-Z: From Brooklyn to the Boardroom. Alvin Hall investigates how hip-hop artists have come to take control of their musical fortunes and build branded empires.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2009-05-20 04:00:00
Jay-Z: From Brooklyn to the Boardroom. Alvin Hall investigates how hip-hop artists have come to take control of their musical fortunes and build branded empires.

> Close Up on BBC Four at 2009-05-16 23:10:00
Part of the Poetry Season. Ted Hughes: Force of Nature: Documentary examining the life and work of Poet Laureate Ted Hughes, who died in October 1998.

> Close Up on BBC Four at 2009-05-16 22:10:00
Part of the Poetry Season. Ted Hughes: Force of Nature: Documentary examining the life and work of Poet Laureate Ted Hughes, who died in October 1998.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2009-05-13 05:00:00
Miniature Looted Art: For 50 years, Charles Wheeler has kept a tiny portrait. His search for her rightful home is a tale of power, politics and theft.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2009-05-13 04:00:00
Miniature Looted Art: For 50 years, Charles Wheeler has kept a tiny portrait. His search for her rightful home is a tale of power, politics and theft.

> Close Up on BBC Four at 2009-04-27 23:00:00
Part of Marianne Faithfull Night. Marianne Faithfull - Keeping the Faith: Musician and 1960s icon Marianne Faithfull reveals the highs and lows of her personal and professional life.

> Close Up on BBC Four at 2009-04-27 22:00:00
Part of Marianne Faithfull Night. Marianne Faithfull - Keeping the Faith: Musician and 1960s icon Marianne Faithfull reveals the highs and lows of her personal and professional life.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2009-04-27 04:00:00
2/3. What's in a Picture? A look at one of the most important collections by Rothko, and the meanings behind the abstract.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2009-04-27 03:00:00
2/3. What's in a Picture? A look at one of the most important collections by Rothko, and the meanings behind the abstract.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2009-04-22 01:06:00
1/3. What's in a Picture? On the seventieth anniversary of Picasso's Guernica, we go to Madrid to find out how important it is to people today.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2009-04-22 00:06:00
1/3. What's in a Picture? On the seventieth anniversary of Picasso's Guernica, we go to Madrid to find out how important it is to people today.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2009-04-09 07:00:00
1/4. The Noisy Ape: Louise Fryer travels to Richmond, Virginia, where there is a struggle between lovers of boom cars and loud exhaust and those who prefer the quiet life.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2009-04-09 06:00:00
1/4. The Noisy Ape: Louise Fryer travels to Richmond, Virginia, where there is a struggle between lovers of boom cars and loud exhaust and those who prefer the quiet life.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2009-03-29 08:00:00
Canteloube: Andrew Green profiles composer Joseph Canteloube, whose Songs Of The Auvergne are among the most sung and recorded works in the entire French repertoire.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2009-03-06 03:00:00
1/3. New Crowned Hope: The first of three programmes showcasing a series of newly-commissioned pieces marking the 250th anniversary of the birth of composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2009-02-25 02:30:00
2/2. Online Frontiers: Exploring the nature of digital creativity.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2009-02-20 05:30:00
Online Frontiers. 1/2. The first of two programmes exploring the nature of digital creativity.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2009-02-11 22:06:00
1/2. Rembrandt: Two programmes to celebrate the birth 400 years ago of the 17th century Dutch artist. Guy Barker takes his trumpet to Amsterdam to get closer to Rembrandt's life and art.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2009-01-23 11:30:00
1/3. World Music: An in-depth look at the best of the world's culture. For the next three weeks, the programme features world music.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2009-01-16 09:00:00
4/4. The Noisy Ape: In the final part Louise Fryer looks at noise pollution from an economic viewpoint. Noise can be good for business, both in terms of creating it and fighting it.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2009-01-11 16:00:00
2/4. The Noisy Ape: Louise Fryer investigates the consequences of man-made noise pollution in the sea.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2009-01-09 07:00:00
Songs of the Earth: 2/3. Stories of the things that matter to people around the world are told through the words of their songs.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2009-01-03 16:00:00
The Music of Georgia: Lucy Duran travels to Georgia to explore a country rich with musical traditions, including wine songs and yodelling.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2009-01-03 09:00:00
Songs of the Earth: 1/3. Stories of the things that matter to people around the world are told through the words of their songs. This programme looks at War songs.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2008-12-17 02:06:00
Playing Rosa's Tune. 1/3. Stephen Evans tells the story of how music played a key role in the US civil rights movement in the 1950s.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2008-12-12 02:06:00
Playing Rosa's Tune. 1/3: Stephen Evans tells the story of how music played a key role in the US civil rights movement in the 1950s.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2008-12-12 01:00:00
Akram Khan: 1/2. Dancer and choreographer Akram Khan explores two vital experiences in the 21st Century - being rooted and being rootless.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2008-11-26 11:06:00
Iconic TV. 3/3: The Dream of the Red Chamber from China. A look at landmark TV dramas which have defined a culture or era, yet are still relevant.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2008-11-21 21:00:00
Iconic TV. 1/3. My Uncle Napoleon From Iran: A look at landmark TV dramas which have defined a culture or era, yet are still relevant.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2008-11-06 13:00:00
Songs of the Earth: 3/3. A series in which songs and voices tell stories. Songs of birth and death in Japan celebrate new life and reflect on its ending.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2008-10-27 03:30:00
Songs of the Earth: 1/3. A country can be characterised by its songs. This programme explores the course of love in Zanzibar through the vibrant local tradition of Taarab songs.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2008-10-27 02:30:00
Songs of the Earth: 1/3. A country can be characterised by its songs. This programme explores the course of love in Zanzibar through the vibrant local tradition of Taarab songs.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2008-10-11 01:00:00
Bertolt Brecht: Two features looking at the life, the work and the legacy of the German poet and playwright, Bertolt Brecht, who died 50 years ago.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2008-10-10 23:00:00
Bertolt Brecht: Two features looking at the life, the work and the legacy of the German poet and playwright, Bertolt Brecht, who died 50 years ago.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2008-09-24 05:00:00
Akram Khan - Rooted and Rootless: Dancer and choreographer Akram Khan explores two vital experiences in the 21st century - being rooted and rootless.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2008-09-24 04:00:00
Akram Khan - Rooted and Rootless: Dancer and choreographer Akram Khan explores two vital experiences in the 21st century - being rooted and rootless.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2008-09-09 10:00:00
Music from the Middle of Nowhere: 2/3. Kd Lang makes an epic journey in the vast Canadian prairies, as she extols the virtues of songwriters such as Leonard Cohen and Neil Young.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2008-09-09 09:00:00
Music from the Middle of Nowhere: 2/3. Kd Lang makes an epic journey in the vast Canadian prairies, as she extols the virtues of songwriters such as Leonard Cohen and Neil Young.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2008-09-04 09:00:00
Music from the Middle of Nowhere: 1/3. Kd Lang makes an epic journey in the vast Canadian prairies, as she extols the virtues of songwriters such as Leonard Cohen and Neil Young.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2008-09-04 08:00:00
Music from the Middle of Nowhere: 1/3. Kd Lang makes an epic journey in the vast Canadian prairies, as she extols the virtues of songwriters such as Leonard Cohen and Neil Young.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2008-08-26 05:40:00
Stop All the Clocks: 2/2. To mark the centenary of WH Auden's birth, this series examines the writing, life and politics of one of the 20th century's best-loved poets.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2008-08-26 04:40:00
Stop All the Clocks: 2/2. To mark the centenary of WH Auden's birth, this series examines the writing, life and politics of one of the 20th century's best-loved poets.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2008-08-17 19:06:00
Stop All the Clocks: 1/2. To mark the centenary of WH Auden's birth, this series examines the writing, life and politics of one of the 20th century's best-loved poets.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2008-08-17 18:06:00
Stop All the Clocks: 1/2. To mark the centenary of WH Auden's birth, this series examines the writing, life and politics of one of the 20th century's best-loved poets.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2008-08-11 02:20:00
A Quiet Revolution in the Concert Hall: 2/2. Juan Carlos Jaramillo looks at the Venezuelan Youth Orchestra, and the classical music training for thousands of poor children.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2008-08-11 01:20:00
A Quiet Revolution in the Concert Hall: 2/2. Juan Carlos Jaramillo looks at the Venezuelan Youth Orchestra, and the classical music training for thousands of poor children.

> Close Up on BBC World Service at 2008-08-07 23:06:00
A Quiet Revolution in the Concert Hall: 1/2. Juan Carlos Jaramillo looks at the Venezuelan Youth Orchestra, and the classical music training for thousands of poor children.

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