Presented by Ken Bruce , live from the Grimsby Auditorium. Mike Dixon conducts the BBC Concert
Orchestra, with guest singers Claire Moore and Glyn Kerslake , and the Black Dyke Band, conducted by Nick ChildS. Producer Alan Boyd
Writer Michael Freedland presents a new six-part series on how the film capital responded to the Second World War - whether engaging in active service, filming the conflict or entertaining the troops. 1: With reminiscences from Gloria Stuart,
Evelyn Keyes and Joan Leslie, Groucho Marx's son Arthur, Tony Martin, Cyd Charisse, Hal Kanter, Mickey Rooney and others. Producer Neil Rosser
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