In the final programme, Carl Davis features extracts from a Carl Davis Classics concert given last year at the Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, in which he conducts the BBC Philharmonic in some of his all-time favourite music.
Producer Paul Hindmarsh
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Russell Davies presents a three-part series looking back to the time when swing bands were America's bill-topping entertainment.
1: Rhythm Is Our Business Russell Davies discovers what it was like to be part of the swing era through the eyes and the music of the players and managers who went on the road together. Producer Graham Pass
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