From the RAF
Museum at Cosford, near Telford in Shropshire. Brian Kay introduces the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Robin Stapleton , with guest artists the Band of the RAF College. Producer Alan Boyd
Kevin Whately continues a six-part reading of John Braine 's novel set in Yorkshire after the Second
World War. 4: After a row,
Joe and Alice have broken off their relationship.
Abridged by Katrin Williams
Mary Rodgers and David Jacobs celebrate the great songwriting partnership. 6: So Long, Farewell This final programme considers why the music of Rodgers and Hammerstein endures today and features contributions from Alan
Menken, Hal Prince ,
Andrew Lloyd Webber , Julie Andrews , Robert Wise and Leslie
Producer Malcolm Prince
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