Michael Freedland concludes a four-part personal exploration of the British film industry over the last 60 years. In this programme, he looks at the film output of the famous Ealing Studios. With contributions from Sir
John Mills , Larry Adler , Sir Michael Balcon ,
Alexander Mackendrick , Jack Gold ,
Christopher Lee and Sir Sidney Samuelson. Producer Neil Rosser
From the Hippodrome, Golders Green, London.
Ken Bruce introduces the BBC Concert
Orchestra, conducted by Richard Balcombe , with guest artists Lee Gibson , Darryl Knock and pianist
Geoff Eales. At 8.15, during the interval, Richard Baker introduces music on disc from the Cheltenham Bach
Choir, conducted by Brian Kay. Producer Alan Boyd
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