A celebration of music from Liverpool, including songs by Cilla Black and Gerry and the Pacemakers. Plus an interview with Paul McCartney , who talks about moments that have made a mark on his life and his latest project, the Liverpool Oratorio.
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Mike Hurst invites celebrities to reflect on a high point in their career. In the last programme of the series, actress Dinah Sheridan looks back to
1952, while Davy Jones remembers 1964.
Producer Stuart Hobday
An Evening of Excellence at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. With
Neil Swainson (bass) and Donny Osborne (drums). Members of the BBC Big Band and the City of Glasgow Philharmonic Orchestra playjazz standards and popular songs, including some arrangements by Mel Torme.
Introduced by Ken Bruce. Producer Graham Pass
8.20 8.40 Mel Torme talks to Ken Bruce.
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