Introduced by Richard Baker BBC Concert Orchestra leader MARTIN LOVEDAY conducted by Christopher Zimmerman
A selection of light classical favourites and popular light music including performances on record by OWEN BRANNIGAN , KIRI TE KANAWA. YEHUDI MENUHIN and music from Kismet Producer JOHN MELOY
from St Paul's Church, Rusthall, Kent
Introduced by Robert Prizeman Hymns (A&MR): Let us with a gladsome mind (377); To the name of our salvation (190); When all thy mercies (177); Jerusalem the golden (278);
Christ, the fair glory (564); My song is love unknown (102);
Bright the vision (161); Forth in thy name (336); The head that once was crowned with thorns (217)
Tony Russell with news, reviews and interviews from the world of jazz
After midnight. Eggy Ley's Hotshots. Plus Val Wiseman recorded at the Pump House jazz club in Watford, Hertfordshire Producer KEITH STEWART
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