David Jacobs presents a profile of singer Andy Williams, one of the most popular entertainers of his generation. In this final programme Williams talks about his life over the last few years, during which time he has found personal happiness in his second marriage, as well as attaining cult status in Britain.
The last in the series of programmes on the trail of well-known authors. This week, Roger Royle chats to
Susan Howatch about her work and what makes good holiday reading. With the choir and congregation of St Giles, Cripplegate. Director of music
Anne Marsden Thomas. Organist Greg Morris.
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