With the Organist
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Michael Aspel presents the last in a series about the first summer of the Second World
War. In this programme, Conqueror Die, Aspel celebrates the 60th anniversary of the formation of the Home
Guard, initially known as the Local Defence
Producer Gillian Gray
A new series exploring six ofthe biggest-selling and most influentialjazz recordings of the last 40 years.
1: Kind of Blue by Miles Davis.This first programme looks at the 1959 album featuring a band of jazz giants that revolutionised how the music was played by introducing the concept of modal jazz. With contributions from Ian Carr and Jimmy Cobb. Producers Robert Abel and Steve Shepherd
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