Adapted from the classic French novel by Emile Zola, The Paradise was the most watched autumn TV drama last year across its first five episodes with an average of 5.9m viewers. The series has been recommissioned for a second series later this year. Set in the first department store in the 19th century North East of England it's the story of the life and loves of the staff and their customers. Maurizio Malagnini brings cinematic class to television with his elegant soundtrack performed by the BBC Concert Orchestra, the composer praising their efforts in delivering, "a true soul to the score". Italian born Malagnini graduated from The Royal College Of Music in 2008 and was acclaimed as a "prodigious talent". Previous work includes BBC productions Muddle Earth and The Body Farm and his symphonic suite Running In The Clouds broadcast on Radio 3. 1. The Paradise Lovebirds 2. The Portrait 3. Children Arrive At The Paradise 4. Impossible Love 5. I Will Ruin You 6. Reception Waltzer 7. Opening The Doors 8. We Will Never Know 9. Denise Is Entering The Paradise 10. Shopgirls 11. Trailer And End Credits 12. I Have Married The Wrong Man 13. Sam Is Innocent 14. Miss Paradise Pink 15. Pauline's Theme 16. Miss Audrey And Ladieswear 17. Perfume From Morocco 18. Sam Could Lose Everything 19. Audrey And The Baby 20. Denise And Moray 21. Lord Glendenning Owns Everything 22. Miss Audrey Is Unwell 23. The Dark Lake And Jonas 24. Katherine And Moray 25. The Wedding Veil 26. You Are Mine 27. The Hope For Love 28. Denise And Moray Are Falling In Love 29. The Final Kiss
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