With Leonard Pearcey.
Judges Ernest Tomlinson , Ed Welch and Frances Line evaluate the performances and pick three finalists, who will perform tomorrow at the Queen Elizabeth Hall with the BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor Andrew Greenwood.
Producer Roy Oakshott
See also tomorrow 8.30pm
Terry Wogan introduces the BBC
Concert Orchestra at
Pembroke Castle in south-west Wales in the fourth of eight Radio 2 gala concerts from around the country. The conductor is Owain Arwel
Hughes, with guest artists tenor Dennis O'Neill and clarinettist Emma Johnson. Producer Alan Boyd
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