Today, wearing a coolee hat and hip flask at his waist, our hero continues to weave his way through a web of music and mythology. Be amazed by the Fascinating Fact File and rapture to the classics in this epic of confusion, produced by NILLUM FFOEG
direct from the De la Warr Pavilion,
Beihlll Ashley Lawrence conducts theBBCConcertOrchestra in a programme of light musicrangingfromJ.S. Bach to Robert Farnon. Guest appearances by Elena Duran (flute) and Pamela Field (soprano) Presented by John Dunn Producer TIM MCDONALD (In association with Rother District Council)
Words of wisdom from John Thompson
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