The musician-conductor brings an eclectic approach to classical music and beyond in a series on composers and musicians. Inthis segment, Marshall celebrates all things
Mancunian, with music from William Walton , the Halle Orchestra-founded in Manchester
-the BBC Philharmonic and Peter Donohoe.
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 from the early days of the talkie.
Perhaps the greatest of all comedy teams - the pairing of British music-hall performer Stan Laurel with American actor Oliver Norvelle Hardy.
Marian McPartiand concludes a portrait of the jazz giant. 6: Oscar Peterson Today. The current members of Peterson's quartet discuss playing with the greatest pianist in jazz, while the artist himself recounts his recovery from a serious stroke in the early nineties before resuming his career.
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