1.00pm New series Foreverett
Noel Edmonds presents a four-part celebration of Kenny Everett 's radio career.
Producer Kevin Howlett
# See This Week: page 7
1.30 The News Huddlines
Repeated from Thursday
Miles Kington and guests review and recommend books about music. Waylon Jennings talks to David Allan about his autobiography; in conversation with Michael Freedland,
Larry Adler remembers his friend George Gershwin ; and jazz writer and photographer Val Wilmer talks to Kington about pianist and composer Billy Strayhom.
Before the curtain rises,
Sheridan Morley tells the story behind one of the greatest musicals ever written. Starring three great names of the British theatre - Steven Berkoff,
Keith Michell and Rosemary Leach. With the Stephen Hill Singers and the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Martin Yates. Music by John Kander , lyrics by Fred Ebb , book by Joe Masteroff
Script adaptation by Warner Brown Repeat
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