Six comedy adventures. 3: All Change
Farrow has a chance of promotion. But is he built for life in the fast lane?
Or will he end up dumped on the hard shoulder?
Written by Andrew Palmer Producer Edward Tay )or (R)
live from the new
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. lain Sutherland conducts the City of Glasgow
Philharmonic Orchestra led by Clive Thomas. Singers:
Vivian Tierney , Dennis O'Neill and the New Glasgow Singers
Chorusmaster Graham Taylor. Presented by Robin Boyle.
Producer Alan Boyd
(Given in association with American Express)
live from Manchester, presented by Hunter Davies.
George Martin talks about the country's first popular music degree course, while Ian McKellen and the National Theatre come to Leeds.
Sue Johnston and John McArdle discuss their transformation from
Sheila and Billy in Brookside to all the characters in To at the Bolton Octagon. Musical interludes from the Duchy Palm Court Trio.
Producer Mark Radcliffe
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