In the fifth of six programmes of dance music, Donnie Burns introduces the BBC Big Band conducted by Neil Richardson. With songs by Tracy Miller and Jeff Hooper. From the Hendon Dance Centre, Golders Green.
Michael Crawford introduces the first of four programmes exploring the key aspects of a remarkable career.
Journeys of Imagination. Andrew Lloyd Webber is
Britain's most successful composer ever. With previews already under way, his latest show
Sunset Boulevard opens on July 12, giving him five shows in the West End and 28 productions worldwide. With the help of his collaborators and critics, this series examines his all pervasive influence, following a production from its inception to opening night, and on to the international stage.
A Unique Broadcasting production
The Andrew Duncan
Interview see page 24
Eddy Grant presents a series on Caribbean music.
4:Cross-Currents. A look at the impact of reggae on the British singles charts in the 70s. Including records by Johnny Nash , Boris Gardner , Tony Tribe and Bob Marley. A Rewind production
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