Direct from the Old
Manse, Stackton Tressel. Dr Evadne and Dame
Hilda invite you to eavesdrop on an informal evening of music and conversation. Joining them in the music room this week is clarinettist and broadcaster Jack Brymer.
Producer Richard Edis
Direct from the Fairfield Concert Hall, Croydon.
Michael Reed conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra. Singers: Evette Davis , Dave Willetts and the Stephen Hill Singers. Guest Ralph McTell. Introduced by Robin Boyle.
Producer Alan Boyd
Iain Anderson considers the success of Glasgow's year as European Capital of Culture with Festival Director Bob Palmer.
He also looks at Glaswegian comedy and the Rab C Nesbitt phenomenon.
John Byrne, author of Tutti Frutti and Your Cheatin' Heart, talks about his work for stage and television and Jimmie Macgregor looks back on the great days of The White Heather Club.
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