San Diego OperaTalk! with Nick Reveles: Peter Grimes

(#14721; 28 minutes; 11/4/2008)
Host Nick Reveles guides viewers through the world of Benjamin Britten’s masterpiece, a tragic tale about a solitary misfit’s troubled relationship with a maritime community.



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UCSD-TV offers programming unlike anything else in San Diego and can be seen on Cox and Time Warner Ch.135; Time Warner North County Ch.18; AT&T Ch. 99; and UHF (no cable) Ch. 35.

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