The last of a six-part comedy drama series. The Sweetener
To get that export order, someone has to be nice to
Gloria Breakerstein. But is
Farrow a bit mature to start being a toy boy?
Producer Edward Taylor
live from the White Rock
Theatre, Hastings. Barry Wordsworth conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra, led by Martin Loveday (violin).
Singers: Susan Bullock and John Cashmore. With Stephen Bell (french horn). Introduced by Robin Boyle.
Producer Alan Boyd
(In association with Hastings
Tourism and Leisure Department)
During the interval,
David Bellan introduces the Flute Pastels.
Producer Mel House
Austin Mitchell visits
Alnwick for the launch of the Northumberland
Dance Festival. He also finds out what the London
Theatre have been doing in Hexham for the past three years, and why the RSC call Newcastle their second home.
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