Sheila Tracy presents the first part of a concert recorded at the De La Warr
Pavilion in Bexhill, featuring the BBC Big Band conducted by Barry Forgie. They are joined by guest trumpet soloist, Kenny Baker.
Sarah Kennedy goes behind the scenes to talk to related celebrities to find out if blood is thicker than water when it comes to musical taste. Tonight she is joined by BAFTA award-winner Dame Thora Hird and her daughter Janette Scott , who have a stack of film credits between them.
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