Join the invited audience at Alan's own Orangery Theatre for seasonal readings and music with guests Hedli Niklaus (Kathy Perks in The
Archers), the City Waites and Radio 2 Young
Producer David Corser
Gloria Hunniford presents the final concert in the series celebrating the style of America's Hollywood Bowl Pops.
Featuring the BBC Concert Orchestra and the BBC Big Band conducted by lain Sutherland, with special guest Dave Willets , who sings a trio of show favourites as well as joining Gloria in a duet. Recorded in front of an invited audience at the Hippodrome, Golders Green, London.
Producer Tim McDonald
A private recording of Too Young and I'll Walk Alone resulted in Joan being offered two contracts, one by the Bernard Delfont Agency in London and the other by Decca Records. A whole string of hit records and headlining shows followed. Over the years, she has appeared in concerts and summer shows in almost every major city in Britain.
With guests Cliff Richard , Ernie Wise and Edmund Hockridge.
A David Stones Production
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