Standards, pops and classics from the popular organ and keyboard world, with the latest music news.
Plus an update on the installation of the Wurlitzer in Stockport Town Hall.
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John Dunn presents a series exploring great British achievements of the past century. 2: Boffins. Historian Jeremy Black joins
John Dunn to recall the great days of British scientific and technological triumph from penicillin to Dolly, the world's first cloned sheep.
Courtney Pine presents a series charting the development of jazz this century. Tonight he reflects on the bebop era of the forties and plays music from its leading exponents - Dizzy Gillespie , Charlie Parker and Miles Davis.
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