Robert Parker introduces his
26-part history of jazz, featuring original recordings in high quality stereo.
4: Mr Jelly Lord - Jelly Roll Morton
A selection of recordings made in New Orleans and New York during the late 1920s by the self-styled inventor of jazz. (A digital recording from Vintage
Productions of Sydney, Australia) (R)
Steve Gray conducts the BBC Radio Orchestra led by MICHAEL TOMALIN
Guest instrumentalist John Williams
Leon Young conducts the Radio Strings
Vocal guest Lee Gibson with Sound of Horns and classic album tracks from the star vocalists of popular music.
Producer RAY HARVEY
Flanagan and Allen
In the dark days of the Second World War, two men perhaps more than any others cheered the people of this country.
In the second of six programmes Cosmotheka present the story and music of Flanagan and Allen.
Producer JOHN LEONARD BBC Manchester
A sketchy look at life with the National Revue Company Phil Nice, Maxine Ostwald
Arthur Smith , Neil Mullarkey and Jo Unwin
Written by phil nice . ARTHUR SMITH IAN BROWN. JOHN DOWIE
JAMES HENDRIE. ANDREA SOLOMONS
MARK STEEL. MALCOLM WILLIAMSON and others
Producer PAUL SPENCER
A lighthearted nostalgia quiz covering over 60 years of radio history.
Strolling down memory lane are: Richard Baker , John Junkin Cliff Michelmore and Ray Moore
Devised and presented by David Rider
Producer RICHARD EDIS
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