Richard Stilgoe presents some quizzical, musical madness as team captains Rod Argent and Kate Robbins are joined by John Moloney and Ruthie Henshall who duel and duet in this entertaining panel show.
Written by Jeremy Pascal and Phil Swem
from the Hippodrome,
Golders Green, London. Ian Hughes conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra, led by Martin Loveday , with guest singers Katrina Murphy and Graham Bickley , and the Stephen Hill singers. Introduced by Robin Boyle.
Producer Alan Boyd
Frank Renton introduces highlights from the 143rd British Open Brass Band Championship, held last
Saturday at the Free Trade Hall in Manchester. The programme includes the winner's 'lap of honour' concert performed after the announcement of the results, and the winning band's performance of the the test-piece Revelation by Phijip Wilby.
Wally K. Daly returns to his north-eastern roots to talk about the arts with local painters, actors, writers, photographers and musicians. He discovers that the voice of Teesside is no longer in danger of being drowned out by more forceful Geordie tones.
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