Robert Parker introduces his
26-part history of jazz, featuring original recordings in high-quality stereo sound. 25: Struttin 'with Some Barbecue: Louis Armstrong
Armstrong spent much of the 1930s as featured soloist with bands of varying quality.
Nevertheless his dazzling vocal and instrumental talents continued to shine through. (A digital recording from Vintage
Productions of Sydney, Australia) (R)
Geoff Love conducts the BBC Radio Orchestra led by MICHAEL TOMALIN Vocal guest Lois Lane with the BBC Radio Strings conducted by Don Innes plus quality album tracks from some of the world's most popular singers.
Producer RAY HARVEY
in She'll Have to Go
Accountant Russell Farrow feels that tycoon Jimmy Bright has too many women in his office. But which one will he give up?
Written by ANDREW PALMER Producer EDWARD TAYLOR
The comedy biography game in which Barry Cryer and Duggie Brown , along with their guests Jeffrey Holland and Lionel Blair , attempt to sort out who's who. Trying to keep order, Roger Kitter.
Biographies compiled and written by TONY HARE
Devised by ROGER KITTER Producer RICHARD edis
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