Direct from the BASCA awards lunch at the London Hilton. Today, the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors celebrates the contribution made by 12 people to the music industry this year.
Among the guests will be Richard Stilgoe , Paul Nicholas ,
Millicent Martin and composers
John Barry and Don Black.
Tonight's interview is with Peter Cavanagh , once billed as 'the voice of them all'. Recorded in 1977, he remembers how his impersonation of the Duke of Edinburgh on radio completely fooled the audience. (R)
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