The Organist Entertains Featuring music specially requested by listeners, plus music news and information from the popular organ and keyboard world.
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David Puttnam and Brian
Sibley continue the series celebrating the 20th century's most popular entertainment form.
4: Something for Everyone An exploration of the most popular film genres and a look at the most successful movies of the century. With contributions from Michael
Caine, Angela Lansbury , and the late Dirk Bogarde.
* Roland White : Review, pl35
A special phone-in with Francine Bates , deputy chief executive of the Carers
National Association, and Alison Thompson , chief executive of Crossroads.
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