With the Organist
Entertains. Standards, pops and classics from the popular organ and keyboard world, plus the latest music news.
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Julian Pettifer examines the legacy of the Swinging Sixties.
3: Tune In, Turn On. The importance of the media in the decade in which British recording stars dominated the world, television came of age and pirate radio stations triggered a revolution in sound broadcasting.
John Peel: page 15
Richard Niles presents the last in a series exploring the music of six arrangers.
James Last. With over 200 gold records and some of the best album covers of all time, he had a genius for taking a melody-from the Beatles to Beethoven - and making it his own. Producer Lynsey Moyes
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