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The cast, creative team and historians introduce Queen Margaret of Denmark in this James Plays family tree video.
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Kate Molleson interviews Scottish Chamber Orchestra cellist Su-a Lee.

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James' Family Tree - Balvenie

Members of the cast and creative team, and history specialists discuss the character of Balvenie

Tallis Scholars' director Peter Phillips talks about their programme for the 2014 Edinburgh International Festival.
James' Family Tree - William Douglas
Members of the James Plays cast, creative team, and historians discuss the character of William Douglas.
English songs of regret and loss contrast with rich German Lieder in Simon Keenlyside and Malcolm Martineau's recital.
Sample Monteverdi's 'Il Combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda' from Concerto Italiano.
Learn about Sister Marie Keyrouz's choice of Eastern Christian music.
Discover the music of multi-award-winning young Russian pianist Daniil Trifonov's Queen's Hall recital.
James' Family Tree - Annabella
The latest James family tree video feature Annabella, James II's younger sister.
Hear the story behind Lagrime di San Pietro in this podcast about Collegium Vocale Gent.
Delve into the decadence of Germany during the Weimar Republic years in Ute Lemper's performance.
Polish Radio Choir choirmaster Izabela Polakowska talks about the differences between Polish and British choirs.