With Liz Robertson.
To start at the very beginning (a very good place to start),
Liz Robertson was a dancer in the chorus line and in this first programme - recorded before an invited audience at the Britten Theatre - she recalls the auditions, the disappointments, the cheap boarding houses and the eternal hopefulness. While, like Eliza Doolittle , she waited to be discovered, she always had a song on her lips.
A BroadVision production
Late-night listening with Derek and Ellen Jameson , featuring personalities and topical issues.
Including at 10.45 What's
That Noise? and at 11.45 a review of what tomorrow's papers are saying. Plus the classical feature.
A Unique Broadcasting production
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