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Soprano Sundays

New Zealand soprano Kiri Te Kanawa talks to Bernard Levin, and sings scenes from Don Giovanni, The Marriage of Figaro, Otello and La Boheme.

Maria Callas, Greek opera singer and one of the world's outstanding sopranos, is interviewed in her Paris apartment by Lord Harewood.
In the second of two programmes, Maria Callas, the great soprano, talks to Lord Harewood about her approach to the major roles of her repertoire.
Maria Callas performs at the Royal Festival Hall, London. She shares the programme with Sicilian tenor Giuseppe di Stefano, and they are accompanied by Ivor Newton on the piano.
Gerald Moore introduces an intimate concert given by Victoria de los Ángeles, Anton and Hilde Dermota and Szymon Goldberg.
Soprano Joan Sutherland talks to Bernard Levin and sings scenes from some of her most celebrated roles. With the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Richard Bonynge.
The famous Australian opera singer Joan Sutherland, introduced and accompanied by Gerald Moore.
Soprano Victoria de los Ángeles sings music with which she is particularly associated and talks to John Freeman.
Montserrat Caballé, feted Spanish soprano, is interviewed by Bernard Levin and sings some of the operatic roles with which she is particularly associated.