With The Organist
Entertains. Standards, pops and classics from the popular organ and keyboard world.
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Seventy Years of British Television
AlanWhickerhostsanew six-part series on the history of television, discussing with some of its pioneers the impact this incredible medium has had on our society. 1: A Lovely Piece of Furniture. In the thirties and forties, the telly pioneers from Ally Pally broke exciting new ground every day. But for the viewers, the shiny mahogany cabinet and theirflickering "wireless with pictures" was pure magic. With Sue Cook and using archive recordings.
Producer Simon Elmes
A music series featuring the leader of the Jacques Loussier Trio, the act that both delighted and enraged when it jazzed up the classics in 1959. Each programme features Loussier at his piano, with Benoit Dunoyerde Segonzac on bass and Andre Arpino on percussion.
A programme devoted to Ravel and Impressionism, including Bolero and pieces inspired by Monet's Water Lillies.
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