Concluding an eclectic series on composers and musicians, with Victoria de los Angeles performing from the opera La Wallyand Julian Lloyd Webber playing
TheSwan. There's also
Judy Garland 's definitive version of The Trolley
Songand rousing music from Dimitri Tiomkin , plus The Warriors by Percy Grainger.
With The Organist
Entertains. Standards, pops and classics from the popular organ and keyboard world...
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r Lionel Richie narrates an eight-part series that looks at the huge influence black people have had on popular music. The series features many new interviews, archive material and specially recorded music.
1: The Music of Africa
Transported. How the seeds of the African sound were transported globally, including contributions from the Neville Brothers, Baaba Maal and Ladysmith Black Mambazo. Producer Sue Clark
George Melly returns with a new series of the jazz chat show. This week, Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts reveals his passion for the music of Eddie Condon ,
Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington.
Producer Nick St George
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