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In the last of six programmes, host Sid Mark gives his own personal overview of his 40 years with Frank Sinatra. Plus rare selections culled from
Mark's private collection. An SJS Entertainment
Hank Wangford makes a light hearted selection of telephone love songs and discovers that country music has the best love songs and certainly the best telephone cheating songs. He is interrupted on the phone by his brother, little Jimmy Wangford , who points out that 60s and 70s pop music is also full of great telephone love songs. Together they explore the effect of telephone technology on the 20th century love affair. Xenia production
A six-part series in which
Valerie Solti talks to famous people about the things for which they are not well known. 1: Dame Kiri Te Kanawa reveals her enthusiasm for keep-fit, clay-pigeon shooting, golf and fishing, among other things.
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