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Producers Anne Freeman and Jennifer Teague
8.30 Tickling the Ivories A six-part series in which
Neil Innes explores the use of comedy and the keyboard.
6: Wit and Whimsy. This last programme in the series features Noel
Coward, Flotsam and Jetsam, Joyce Grenfell , Bob and Alf Pearson ,
Paddy Roberts and Peter Skellern.
Written and researched by Nick Yapp
Ian Wallace examines the very different conducting careers of brothers Stanford and Eric Robinson. Gwen
Catley, Larry Adler ,
Anne Ziegler and Ivor Emmanuel are among those who recall their association with popular long-running series such as Music for You and Tuesday Serenade, and there are archive extracts featuring Maggie Teyte , Gigli and Jack Benny.
Researcher Stephen Pattinson Producer Anthony Wills
Another chance to hear
Susan Jeffreys ' six-part series featuring ironic and humorous songs by women singers and singersongwriters.
1: Desperately Seeking Sanity
This week's musical melee includes Madonna Going Bananas and Dusty Springfield Doodlin. Rpt
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