If you're blue and don't know where to go to why don't you go where fashion sits - 'Puttin' on the Ritz'? Yes, Gloria, surrounded by all that elegance and style, experiences the sheer delights of that most English of customs, tea at the Ritz, and goes behind the scenes to discover just what makes the Ritz so special. So why not dust down your old top hat and white spats, put your feet up and the kettle on because today everything stops for tea.
If it's cold outside snuggle up close with your wireless and relish the music, guests and the Mystery Voice. And a final musical Friday thought: 'Of all the versions of "Doh-Ray-Me", Julie Andrews ' is the best by Fah.'
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Direct from the Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury
Kenneth Alwyn conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra leader Roy Gillard
Friday Night's Star Singers: Maryetta and Vernon Midgley and Cantabile
Introduced by Robin Boyle
Friday Night comes to this historic city for the first time and presents an international mixture of music for everybody. Producer TERRY BLACK
(In association with Canterbury City Council)
Gwen Grindley of BBC Radio Kent takes a musical pilgrimage around Canterbury.
Stuart abandons the comfort of Studio 6 in Manchester for a trans-Pennine pilgrimage to the land of the White Rose.
His destination - Britain's biggest chippie
Harry Ramsden 's Fish Emporium in Guiseley. He and his special Yorkshire guests dine on haddock and listen to the best of Yorkshire brass with IMI YORKSHIRE IMPERIAL BAND. Producers DAVE SHANNON and JOHN LEONARD
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