David Jacobs presents a 13-part series that goes behind the myth and legend to discover the truth about the great entertainer.
1:The Voice That Thrills Millions
This first programme examines Sinatra's voice.
With contributions from Jo
Stafford, George Shearing , Rosemary Clooney , Skitch Henderson , Gene Lees and Sinatra himself.
Producer Graham Pass
* Tune in to autumn, p28; David Jacobs 's Kind of Day, pl46
The series catching the essence of memorable years gone by. 2: 1960. Harold Macmillan identifies a "wind of change" blowing across the African continent, Kennedy is elected president, and Lady Chatterley is put on trial.
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