Dame Kiri Te Kanawa presents her favourite classics. In this evening's programme her selection includes Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake and Verdi's // Trovatore.
She also looks back at her
Covent Garden debut as the Countess in Mozart's The
Marriage of Figaro.
The Organist Entertains
Standards, pops and classics from the popular organ and keyboard world, plus music news and information.
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In a revealing portrait, Sir
David Frost tells the story of the Christian evangelist, Billy Graham , featuring extracts from the many interviews he has conducted with him.
With contributions from his associates and admirers, including Sir Cliff Richard. Part of Radio 2's World of Faith week.
Producer Garry Boon
George Melly continues his series investigating the influence of the American
Mafia, especially on show business, In the penultimate programme, he describes how, when gambling was outlawed, huge casinos sprang up in Las Vegas - one of the few places where gaming was permitted.
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