David Frost in conversation with Jimmy Young celebrating a quarter of a century of broadcasting. With contributions from critics, politicians and political pundits.
Producers John Gurnett and Maura Clarke
Another chance to hear
Petula Clark in her first
UK concert tour for 10 years. Featuring her greatest hits, plus classic songs from the big West End musicals.
Recorded at the Concert
Hall, Nottingham, in October.
Producer Mel House
Val Doonican talks about some of the songs and memories of his 45 years in show business. It took him 17 years to become a success, starting with the Four Ramblers. With 27 albums to his credit, he is still a master of his craft.
Live from the Royal
Concert Hall, Glasgow, in aid of Action Research for the Crippled Child.
The City of Glasgow
Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by lain
Sutherland, with Celia James (soprano) and James Nicol (tenor). The concert combines a traditional
Scottish New Year's Party with the best of Viennese traditional music.
Including at 8.20
Peter Kemp , the Chairman of the Johann Strauss Society of Great Britain, traces the dynasty of a truly unique Viennese family. Producer Alan Boyd
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