Sheila Tracy presents the first of two concerts recorded at Cheltenham Town Hall during the recent
Cheltenham Fringe Festival. The BBC Big Band and conductor Barry Forgie are joined on stage by alto saxophonist Nigel Hitchcock.
Paul Jones presents the story of influential and respected
British musician Chris Barber to mark his 40 years in the business. With contributions from Van Morrison ,
Lonnie Donegan , Pat Halcox , Monty Sunshine and John Slaughter. Producer Nick Barraclough
The second often programmes taking a voyage through rock 'n' roll. This week, Mark unearths gems from the Coasters, Chuck Berry , Johnny Ace , Fluffy Hunter ,
Brother Woodman and Crown Prince
Waterford. He also pays tribute to Superman and the Lone
Ranger in the TV Heroes Mix. E-MAIL: [address removed]
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