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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Julian Lloyd Webber. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Julian Lloyd Webber, often where they are interviewed.

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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Julian Lloyd Webber. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Julian Lloyd Webber, often where they are interviewed.

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Booker Prize Book Group, Julian Lloyd Webber on Malcolm Arnold, Nick Park's lockdown discovery

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We conclude our tour of the novels shortlisted for the Booker Prize 2020 tonight with a final book group where listeners put their questions to Brandon Taylor, author of Real Life. A campus novel and a coming-of-age story, it tells the experiences of a gay, Black doctoral student in a predominantly White, PhD programme at a supposedly enlightened American university.

With part of Sir Malcolm Arnold’s archive under threat of destruction by the Ministry of Justice, cellist Julian Lloyd Webber argues that these papers are important to the 20th Century British composer’s legacy.

Throughout the period of two lockdowns, self-isolation and working from home, we’ve been hearing from individuals in the creative industries about something that has given them a lot of pleasure, and occasionally brought them solace, in these challenging times. Tonight it’s the turn of Nick Park, the Oscar-winning creator of Wallace & Gromit, Chicken Run, and many other Aardman classics, to reveal his personal Lockdown Discovery.

Presenter: Samira Ahmed
Producer: Oliver Jones
Studio Manager: Donald MacDonald
Nov 12 2020 · 28mins
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EP5 - Julian Lloyd Webber

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It’s been a well overdue, and much needed, catch up with Julian. Renowned cellist and principal of the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, Julian discusses with me the challenges of being unable to perform and the joys of being able to share his wisdom and passion for music with the next generation.

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Apr 01 2020 · 41mins

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Elgar's Cello Concerto: Julian Lloyd Webber

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Elgar's Cello Concerto was premiered 100 years ago today, and to mark the anniversary Julian Lloyd Webber joins Gramophone's Editor Martin Cullingford to explore the work, its performance and recording history, and to discuss why it still speaks so powerfully to audiences today. The podcast features excerpts from Julian Lloyd Webber's own recording of the work with Yehudi Menuhin, on the Philips label.

Oct 27 2019 · 27mins
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Julian Lloyd Webber is principal of the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire and one of the leading musicians of his generation. He speaks to Chris Gunness about the power of music education and the importance of a broad curriculum for all young people.

May 16 2019 · 25mins

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Julian Lloyd Webber: What Makes Us Human?

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Cellist Julian Lloyd Webber tells Vanessa why it's music that makes us human.
Jun 03 2016 · 23mins
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Julian Lloyd Webber; Andrew Graham-Dixon; The Galapagos Affair

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Julian Lloyd Webber tells Kirsty Lang about his future plans, after being forced to retire due to a neck injury.

Andrew Graham-Dixon on his new TV series The Art Of China - which explores China's artistic heritage and the way contact with the West transformed Chinese art.

Jennifer Haley talks about her award winning play The Nether - a disturbing work about the internet and personal responsibility in virtual worlds.

And The Galapagos Affair - an incredible true-life 1930s murder mystery set on the Pacific islands.
Jul 25 2014 · 28mins
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Julian Lloyd Webber and Renée Fleming: the Gramophone Podcast - January 2012

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Julian Lloyd Webber and Renée Fleming: the Gramophone Podcast - January 2012
Jan 16 2012 · 35mins
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Actor Michael Fassbender, and Julian Lloyd Webber on Delius

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With Mark Lawson.

Actor Michael Fassbender is hotly-tipped for Oscar nominations this year, which will be welcome reward for shooting six films in the last 20 months, three of which are about to open: Shame, directed by Steve McQueen - his former collaborator on the Irish hunger-strike film Hunger - Haywire with Steven Soderbergh, and A Dangerous Method with David Cronenberg. Fassbender discusses the challenges of the quick succession of demanding roles.

Cellist Julian Lloyd Webber and violinist Tasmin Little discuss the music and reputation of the composer Frederick Delius as the 150th anniversary of his birth approaches.

In the new TV drama series Eternal Law, the daily life of a York law firm is mixed with the magic of angels. Samuel West and Ukweli Roach star as Zak and Tom, angels working as lawyers, with strict instructions to help humans without getting emotionally involved. Matt Thorne reviews.

How do you follow up a smash hit? In the second of this week's series, One Man, Two Guvnors writer Richard Bean and National Theatre Director Nicholas Hytner discuss what's next after the James Corden comedy became one of the theatre successes of 2011.

Producer Jerome Weatherald.
Jan 04 2012 · 28mins
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Julian Lloyd Webber

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Roy Plomley's castaway is cellist Julian Lloyd Webber.

Favourite track: Cello Concerto in E Minor by Edward Elgar
Book: History of Orient Football Club
Luxury: Cello
Aug 01 1981 · 34mins