In a series ofeightprogrammes,
Peter Gammond and Peter Clayton turn an affectionate ear and an irreverent eye on the musical theatre from ballad opera to Broadway and beyond.
1:How long has this been going on?
How long has what been going on? Producer
Band of the Royal Military Academy (Sandhurst)
conductor MAJOR BRIAN SMITH director of music
conducted by PETER WALDEN
Introduced by Paddy O'Byrne
Producer CHARLES CLARK-MAXWELL
9.55 Sports Desk
Before your very ears!
To celebrate Arthur's 80 years, he is joined by top stars, newcomers, and some old friends. This week:
Peter Goodwright Anthea Askey
Fresh Aire. Special guest: Arthur English
MAX HARRIS ORCHESTRA
Script by TONY HARE Producer Richard WILLCOX
11.2 Sports Desk: Tennis
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