Musicals old and new, from stage and screen, take the spotlight in this panel game hosted by Mark Steyn.
Team captains Louise Gold and Dick Vosburgh are joined by this week's guests Jessica Martin and Michael Roberts. John Gould
is at the piano. Producer Chris Neill
Recorded at the Hippodrome, Golders Green, London.
Roderick Dunk conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra, leader Martin Loveday.
Friday Night's Star Singers are Janis Kelly and Ramon Remedios , with the Stephen Hill Singersand the BBC Big Band conducted by Jack Parnell. Introduced by Robin Boyle. Producer Alan Boyd
with the Radio 2 Arts
A West Country edition, featuring dance troupe
Roughshod who bring clog dancing from the Appalachian Mountains to the Cotswolds. Jazz composer Mike Westbrook talks about coming home to Devon. Poet Patricia Beer reads some new poems. Playwright Frank Dunne introduces scenes from his new play Players and the Painted Stage, which launches a new season of pub theatre in Bristol. Musician John Lowe explains how the very first Beatles record spent 20 years in his linen cupboard, and Bristol writers tackle crime in an anthology of local stories and poems. A Tony Staveacre production
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