Evelyn Glennie presents more of herfavourite music.
Her selection of music marking St Andrew's Day includes galliards by Mary Queen of Scots, Handel's Largo sung by Kenneth McKellar , Tam O'Shanter's Ride by the Black Dyke Band, The Music of Spey by Aly Bain , as well as pieces by Bruch, Mendelssohn and Bartok.
3: Always on My MindIn the last of the series
Robert Lindsay presents the Presley story from 1968, when Elvis made a spectacular comeback with his NBC television special, through the Vegas years, to his tragic death in 1977. (R)
Cleo Laine presents a series charting the career of perhaps the greatest star of jazz vocalisation. The third programme relates
Ella's discovery by jazz impresario Norman Granzandher subsequent coming of age as ajazz singer.
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