A concert by the versatile singer given at the Hippodrome, Golders Green, London, with the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by David Firman. Introduced by Sheridan Morley who, during the interval, talks to
Sarah Brightman and Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Producer Alan Boyd Repeat
Sir Andrew Lloyd
This month Sheridan Morley looks at the world of women writers. Novelists include crime writer Ruth Rendell and romance novelist Barbara Taylor Bradford. Tonight's biographer is the award-winning Jenny Uglow with her new work about Hogarth. Producer Stella Hanson
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