John Wallace leads his brass ensemble in selections from
Fats Waller 's musical portraits of London, the celebrated Barcarolle from the Tales of Hoffman and music from the 17th-century English composer Jeremiah Clarke. Producer Anthony Wills
Roger Royle introduces hymns sung by members of St Luke's Church, Bath. With the Jane Lilley Singers. Sing Alleluia to the Lord; Great Is Thy
Faithfulness; Brother James 's Air; Lord for the Years; Spirit Song; There Is a Redeemer; Don't You Know
Producers Alison Bogle and Juli Wills
Are You Sitting Comfortably?
Nanette Newman takes a look at the world of children's books - talking to booksellers, book publishers, and children's authors Gene Kemp and Roger McGough. Producer Stella Hanson
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