With The Best of Good
Morning Sunday from 1998. including extracts from the Holy Land pilgrimage. Easter in Skegness. and interviews with Mandy Patinkin ,
Professor Robert Winston.
Chris Patten. Zandra Rhodes.
David Frost and many others.
David Jacobs concludes a 13-part series on the many facets of the great entertainer. Truly the "Voice of the Century" Singers, songwriters and musicians reflect on Sinatra's incomparable artistry. Producer Graham Pass
Brian Sibley talks to actress Julie Andrews in an exclusive in-depth interview in which she brings her life story up to date. Featuring specially recorded anecdotes and tributes from her friends and admirers, including Robert Wise and Phillip Schofield. Producer Malcolm Prince
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