Neil Innes presents the fourth of six programmes exploring the piano and humour.
Featuring the talents of Jim Backus , Bernard Cribbins ,
Billy Joel , Fats Waller , Hoagy Carmichael , Blossom Dearie and Frankie Howerd.
Written and researched by Nick Yapp
In this, the year marking the centenary of the publication of Bram Stoker 's horror story, Ann Mann travelled to Whitby, an area featured significantly in the book, to interview members of the Whitby Dracula Society. With contributions from Stoker's great-nephew Daniel Farson and the actor Christopher Lee. Producer Ann Mann
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