Russell Davies introduces another chance to hear a series of documentaries.
Wayne Marshall concludes a four-part centenary tribute to George Gershwin , with help from Willard White ,
Hoagy Carmichael and David Niven.
Producer Graham Pass
Michael Ball presents a definitive guide to crooning, featuring some of the all-time great practitioners.
5: Don't Change a Thing. This programme traces the fortunes of singers after the arrival of rock 'n' roll. Some vocalists slipped into obscurity, others struggled to reinvent themselves, but some just carried on regardless. Featuring music by Vic Damone , Tony Bennett and Matt Monro.
Roger Royle presents favourite hymns sung by Churches Together, Spalding, at Spalding United Reformed Church with the South
Lincolnshire United Chorale. Musical director Malcolm Grief
Organist Geoffrey Spencer
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