Special Events

Film Cycle: “Yehudi Menuhin: Who’s Yehudi”

Sunday 15 April

Embark on a fascinating journey of music's powerful impact on society through a series of documentaries.

This film explores the extraordinary musical life of one of the 20th century’s greatest violinists. Presented by Clemency Burton-Hill, who was a student of Menuhin’s, the programme traces his life and work with the help of interviews from family members and close friends and unseen home movies, taking us on an intimate behind-the-scenes journey from his childhood in California, to meeting gypsies in Romania and travelling to India and beyond.

A BBC documentary by Philip Armstrong-Dampier and James Maycock and presented by Clemency Burton-Hill. 1212 Productions. 

The film lasts 55 minutes and will be shown every hour between 10h and 17h, as follows:

- 10h

- 11h

- 12h

- 13h

- 14h

- 15h

- 16h