David Jacobs presents a series charting the story of Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe.
Tonight, how Loewe was persuaded to team up with Lerner again to write Camelot. But the strain began to take its toll.
From the Hippodrome, Golders Green. Richard Baker
presents the BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by Barry Wordsworth , with guests Emma Dears , Michael Cantwell and pianist Andrew Vinter. This week's interval item looks at the art of the French chanson.
Producer Alan Boyd
Stan Freberg presents a celebration of the Capitol record label.
This episode features the boy singers - including a Nat "King" Cole with a sore throat and a hard-drinking, down-and-out Sinatra whom nobody else would touch.
A series placing the ancient words of the Psalms in a modern context. This programme talks about Psalm 119, which looks at law and order, with contributions from people who keep the law, people who teach it -and people who break it.
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