There's another chance to hear the pilot episode of Cathy MacPhail 's Scottish sitcom as the new series begins next week. 1: Fatal Attraction
Will Mr Right ever come along to release Isobel from the ties of her
Mammy's apron strings? With Eileen McCallum ,
Jake D'Arcy , Kate Donnelly , Forbes Masson and Barbara Rafferty.
Producer Kathy Smith Rpt
To mark the 30th anniversary of Nat King Cole's death, Dave Gelly traces the remarkable life and many talents of this popular artist. Along with many of his biggest hits - Nature Boy, When / Fall in Love and, of course, the evergreen Unforgettable - there are several rare items from the early days including examples of his piano playing and a comic dialogue between him and Frank Sinatra. In a recorded interview, Nat explains his philosophy as an entertainer, and there is an eye-witness account of the infamous day in 1956 when he was attacked on stage by a gang of racist thugs.
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