JOHN MURRAY talks to people with lively ideas about their retirement, and plays music to bring back happy memories. Ring with your questions after the programme on [number removed]Producer FRANCES BERRIGAN
features popular classical music and some of the great film themes.
It's full of tunes you're bound to recognise, even if you've got no idea who composed them.
Top international musicians play well-known classics that have been popular favourites any time in the last couple of hundred years - and look good for as long again.
Presented and produced by JESSICA MAYER
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