With the Organist
Entertains. Standards, pops and classics from the popular organ and keyboard world, plus the latest music news and information.
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Graeme Garden concludes a series celebrating some of Britain's best-known comedians.
Les Dawson. This programme pays homage to the inimitable talent of the man who was just as funny offstage as he was on. With contributions from Jo Brand , Roy Barraclough, Julian Clary,
Barry Cryer and Lenny Henry. Series producer Marios Stylianides
Richard Niles presents a series which explores the music of six arrangers. 3: Percy
Faith. A founding father of easy listening, he was one of the few bandleaders to arrange all his own material. The rich orchestral sound that became his trademark proved such a hit that he was one of the biggest selling artists of the fifties.
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