A classic concert recorded by the BBC at the Cambridge Folk Festival in 1991. The programme includes many of their most famous songs including
Theme from Harry's Game, Newgrange and music from the television series Robin of Sherwood (Robin - the Hooded Man).
Producer Richard Masters
Gerry Marsden - of Gerry and the Pacemakers - tells the story of James's 50 years in the music business. James had a career as a singer before becoming a music business executive, and his association with Brian Epstein , John Lennon and Paul McCartney has ensured him a place as one of Britain's best-known music publishers.
A Robin Quinn production
Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Tim Rice.
The legendary rock musical, which ran at London's Palace Theatre for nine years, continues Radio 2's occasional series. An all-star cast is headed by ex-Spandau Ballet singer Tony Hadley and The Who's Roger Daltrey and includes Frances Ruffelle and Julian Clary.
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