Maestro At The Opera BBC2, 9pm
IT'S week two on Maestro At The Opera and the three remaining would-be conductors continue their attempts to master the ultimate art form – opera.
The Royal Opera House in Covent Garden once again opens its doors as the trio conduct a whole act from a legendary work in front of a discerning audience of more than 2,000.
To succeed they must learn to cope with star singers, props, a set, and a 24-strong chorus. To top it all, they're now down in the orchestra pit conducting one of the world's greatest professional orchestras.
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The judges, world-renowned British conductor Sir Mark Elder, orchestral double bass player Dominic Seldis, and star soprano Danielle de Niese, must select one apprentice conductor to send straight through to the next stage. The remaining two must face the orchestra's vote and one must wave goodbye to their baton for good.