Wayne Marshall brings an eclectic approach to classical music and beyond in this series on composers and musicians. In tonight's edition, Marshall indulges in French music - Ravel, Bizet and Faure- and plays the famous toccata from Wldor's
Symphony No 5.
With The Organist
Entertains. Standards, pops and classics from the popular organ and keyboard world.
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Writer Richard Curtis presents a survey of classic comedy in film.
The great wisecracking siblings of cinema who sang in brothels for favours before providing Hollywood with many of its more enduring funny moments.
Pianist and broadcaster
Marian McPartland presents a portrait of thejazz giant.
5: The Great Singers Peterson recalls his role as an accompanist for Ella Fitzgerald ,
Sarah Vaughan , Billie Holiday and Shirley Horn.
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