Keith Fordyce turns back the clock and plays again records from the decade which gave us the mini-skirt, flower power and The Beatles. Including this week music from TOM JONES, JIM REEVES , THE ROLLING STONES and BRENDALEE
Producer SANDRA BLACK
A second chance to hear a concert recorded as part of the Greenwich Festival 1985 in which Patrick Moore introduces an evening devoted to the combined genius of Arthur Seymour Sullivan and William Schwenk Gilbert.
Alexander Faris conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra leader MARTIN LOVEDAY with guest soloists
Vivien Tierney ,
Meriel Dickinson , John Brecknock and John Lawrenson plus THE AMBROSLAN SINGERS Producer TIM MCDONALD (R)
(Given at the Greenwich Borough Hall in association with The Woolwich Equitable Building Society)
Michael Meech explores the delights of Greenwich in summer. (R)
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