A four-part series in which
Kathryn Tickell explores the hidden talent from all over the UK which has still to reach a wider public. Among tonight's highlights are two lads who epitomise the new Irish tradition of Manchester.
Producer Phil Whitaker
The Organist Entertains A visit to the annual convention of the American
Theatre Organ Society, held last month in Pasadena, featuring musical contributions from Lew Williams and Walt Strony of the USA, and Richard Hills
- the Young Organist of the Year - and Simon Gledhill from Britain.
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