from the Hippodrome,
Roderick Dunk conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra, led by Martin Loveday.
The Friday Night Singers are Mary Hegarty and Bonaventura Bottone , with Andrew Fawbert (euphonium and bass trombone) and the Stephen Hill Singers.
Also, the first broadcast by the winner of the BBC Radio
2 Young Musician 1993.
Introduced by Robin Boyle. Producer Alan Boyd
Roy Newsome presents a celebration of Swedish brass, playing with session guests the Gothenburg
Band conducted by Bengt Eklund , and talks to trumpet virtuoso Hakan
Hardenberger, with contributions from trombone soloist Christian Lindberg.
Alan Titchmarsh presents a Stratford edition. Alec
McCowen has returned to the RSC to play Prospero in The Tempest,
David Troughton is playing both of Goldoni's Venetian
Twins and Debra Gillett is rehearsing Wycherley's The Country Wife. There's poetry from the Stratford Poetry Festival, live music from Saxtet, and jazz veteran Bob Wilber talking about his latest piece, Portraits in Jazz.
Producers Rosie Boulton and David Corser
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