With the Organist Entertains.
Standards, pops and classics from the popular organ and keyboard world, plus news and information.
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A series celebrating the careers of so me of Britain's best-known comedians.
This programme examines how Howerd's unusual style and delivery steadfastly bounced back and forth into the consciousness of the nation.
With archive material and interviews with Ray Galton and Alan Simpson, Eric Sykes, Barry Cryer and Beryl Vertue.
American saxophonist explores six keyjazz recordings of the tast 40 years. 6: The Köln
Concertby Keith Jarrett. The series ends with a celebration of one of jazz's biggest and most unexpected successes: the 1975 muiti-miiiion setting live soio piano recording. Manfred Eicher. tanCarrand
Jarrett himself tett the story of the legendary concert which was almost sabotaged by an out-of-tune piano. Producers Robert Abe ) and Steve Shepherd
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