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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Valeria Colunga Lozano Meet a Weidenfeld-Hoffmann Trust scholar. David Isaac, Valeria Colunga Lozano 16 Oct 2023
2 Harmohinder Bahl Meet Worcester's Home Bursar. Harmohinder Bahl, David Isaac 27 Jun 2023
3 Helen Parish Meet Worcester's Senior Tutor. Helen Parish, David Isaac 15 May 2023
4 Zoe Campbell Meet Worcester's Outreach & Access Officer. Zoe Campbell, David Isaac 22 Mar 2023
5 Christopher Reed Meet the Terra Foundation Visiting Professor of American Art. Christopher Reed, David Isaac 27 Feb 2023
6 Episode 4. The Birmingham Oratory: Elgar and Newman Fr Guy Nicholls joins Dr Joanna Bullivant at The Oratory in Birmingham to discuss the origins of Elgar’s work in Cardinal Newman’s own poetry, charitable work, and love of music. Joanna Bullivant, Guy Nicholls 05 Aug 2021
7 Episode 3. The Firs and Birchwood Lodge: Natural Inspirations Dr Joanna Bullivant visits Elgar’s Birthplace - The Firs - and Birchwood Lodge, where The Dream of Gerontius was written, and talks about the inspiration Elgar drew from the natural landscapes in these two locations. Joanna Bullivant 05 Aug 2021
8 Episode 2. St George’s Church, Worcester: Marginal Origins Dr Joanna Bullivant is joined by Deacon Paul O’Connor to visit the Catholic church in which Elgar worshipped and acted as organist, and to discuss Elgar’s place in the history of Catholic Worcester. Joanna Bullivant, Paul O’Connor  05 Aug 2021
9 Episode 1. Worcester Cathedral: A Civic Legacy Dr Joanna Bullivant explores the tumultuous history of Elgar’s The Dream of Gerontius, and speaks to Samuel Hudson, Director of Music at Worcester Cathedral, to learn about the importance of Elgar’s work in Worcester today. Joanna Bullivant, Samuel Hudson 05 Aug 2021