from the Beamish North of England Open Air Museum, which tells the story of life in the North immediately before the First World War - the houses, professions and trades. With live music from the Durham
Mechanics Ferryhill Town Band.
Michael Crawford introduces the last of four programmes exploring key aspects of the career of Andrew Lloyd Webber. M the World's a Stage. Marketing a show has become almost as important as writing and staging it, and Andrew Lloyd Webber has become a master of that too.
A Unique Broadcasting production
A concert recorded at
Sheffield Arena, in aid of Children's Leukemia and Cancer Research.
Featuring Cliff Bennett and the Rebel Rousers, the Overlanders, the Fortunes, Freddie and the Dreamers, Mike Pender 's Searchers, the Swinging Blue Jeans and Gerry and the Pacemakers. Introduced by Keith Skues.
Producers Denis O'Keeffe and Keith Loxam
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