The last in the present series of Stephen Sheridan 's comedy.
6: The Savage Breast
Angela is convinced that she has a marvellous singing voice and decides to make a record ... with disastrous results.
In this month's guide to living life to the full, Paul Heiney looks at pre-retirement courses, archery and Sunday lunch on the Berwyn Belle. Plus how to avoid junk telephone calls, and an A-Z of unusual holiday destinations from Alaska to Zanzibar.
Producer Anthony Wills
The first of a six-part series in which Denis Norden celebrates the work of writers and arrangers who provided some of the best-loved music of the thirties, forties and fifties. With the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Robin Stapleton.
Producer Roy Oakshott Rpt
From the Hawth Theatre, Crawley, a spectacular concert featuring ballet music by the three leading Russian composers of this century. The concert begins with a suite from Khachaturlan's Gayaneh, which features the Sabre Dance, then continues with the Piano Concerto No 2 by Shostakovich, with the pianist Piers Lane. The second half presents excerpts from Prokofiev's magical score for Cinderella, with the story narrated by Denis Quilley , who presents the evening.
The BBC Concert Orchestra, led by Cynthia Fleming, is conducted by Philip Ellis. Rpt
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