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Notes from Hidden Britain, presented by Ben Fogle - a musical road trip where we paused each week at a familiar region of Britain to examine its less familiar musical history.
Edinburgh Castle and the splendour of Usher Hall, spiritual home of classical music in Scotland. It was opened in 1914, its £100,000 building cost paid for by one Andrew Usher, a local whisky distiller, who never lived to see it finished.
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