Sheila Tracy presents the first part of a Christmas concert recorded at Birmingham's
Symphony Hall, featuring the BBC Big Band, conducted by Barry Forgie , with guests the Black Dyke Mills Band and jazz multi-instrumentalist James Morrison.
Richard Niles concludes his five-part series exploring the finest music from the world of jazz fusion. This programme features artists including John Scofield ,
Chuck Mangione and Dave Grusin , with a specially recorded set from guitarist Hamish Stewart 's group. Producer Bob McDowall
i In the last of the series,
Brian Matthew presents the best rock 'n' roll from across the decades, with requests plus obscure, familiar and favourite hits.
Producer Roger Bowman
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