John's special After Six guest is astronaut Alan Shepard , America's first man in space, who talks about his collaboration on a new book about the human cost of the space race between the USA and Russia.
from the Great
Hall, Guildhall in the City of London, the grand gala final, presented by Leonard Pearcey.
Competing for the 1994 title are Mark Ashford from
Northampton, Welsh oboist Huw Clement Evans and Surrey's Lucy Wakeford.
They perform with the BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor Andrew Greenwood
, before judges including Richard Stilgoe , clarinettist Jack Brymer , and editor of BBC Music
Magazine Fiona Maddocks. Special guest is
Yuri Zhislin , last year's winner. Producer Ruth Cubbin
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