Another lovely EMS today with Lucie Skeaping relaxed, informative and occasionally witty. It was all about music at the court of Maximillian I. Two of the examples (Isaac's Innsbruck ich mus dich lassen and Festa's Quis Dabit) were sung by The Early Music Consort directed by the late, great David Munrow. But hang on...who was that fabulous countertenor? None other than James of the oxymoronic thread title. He was presumably in his late 20s or early 30s then, and those who were not around to hear him live in those days missed a treat. Most of the examples in the Show today were done OVPP (with the exception of a very good extract from Sidney Sussex choir plus sackbutts) and IMHO, Munrow's lot were in a class apart. Anyone remember the names of the Ts and Bs? They were pretty darned good too.