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2: Ups and Downs. Featuring Cannon and Ball, Jewel and Warriss, Morecambe and Wise, the Simmons Brothers, and Laurel and Hardy. Producer Andy Aliffe
First broadcast in the early 70s, these tapes offer an intriguing insight into the great British tradition of the music hall. Join Roy Hudd and friends as they re-create the atmosphere of times gone by, with the songs and variety acts of the period. 1: A Night at the Met (1900) Producers Charles Chilton and Richard Willcox
In this month's edition of the guide to living life to the full, Jill Crawshaw offers ideas for a weekend break in mid-Wales; Paul Heiney continues to learn French; plus windsurfing for the over-50s and all the dos and don'ts of sunbathing. Producer Gary Bones
Owain Arwel Hughes introduces and conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra, led by Martin Loveday , in a concert of three classical favourites: Brahms's spirited Academic Festival Overture, Beethoven's cheerful and tuneful First
Piano Concerto (soloist
Noriko Ogawa ) and Rimsky-Korsakov's exotic and colourful symphonic suite Scheherazade.
At 8.20-8.40 Interval.
Producer Tim McDonald
(Given in February in the St David 's Hall. Cardiff, and sponsored by British Telecom)
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