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Who Could Ask for Anything More

Synopsis

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A centenary celebration of Ira Gershwin's birth from the Royal Albert Hall, London.
Starring Larry Adler, Peter Barkworth, Daniel Benzali, Sarah Brightman, Leslie Caron, Tim Flavin, Maria Friedman, Ruthie Henshall, Derek Jacobi, Lorna Luft, Michael McCarthy, Paul Nicholas, Nigel Planer, Michael Praed, Liz Robertson, Helen Shapiro, David Soul, Marti Webb and Dave Willetts.
With Gershwin All Stars, the Crazy for You Company, the London Concert Choir and the London Gershwin Orchestra.

Contributors

Performer: Larry Adler
Performer: Peter Barkworth
Performer: Daniel Benzali
Performer: Sarah Brightman
Performer: Leslie Caron
Performer: Tim Flavin
Performer: Maria Friedman
Performer: Ruthie Henshall
Performer: Derek Jacobi
Performer: Lorna Luft
Performer: Michael McCarthy
Performer: Paul Nicholas
Performer: Nigel Planer
Performer: Michael Praed
Performer: Liz Robertson
Performer: Helen Shapiro
Performer: David Soul
Performer: Marti Webb
Performer: Dave Willetts
Conductor: Jae Alexander
Conductor: Larry Blank
Conductor: David Firman
Producer: David Rayvern Allen

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Who Could Ask for Anything More

BBC Radio 2, 7 December 1996 19.30






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