Respondingto listeners' questions regarding workers' rights as part of Radio 2's Working Wise. PHONE the Comment Line on [number removed] or the Question Line on [number removed] between
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A series profiling the singer. This instalment recalls his early-seventies comeback, spurred by his studio work with soul producer Thorn Bell.
David Jacobs hears from Bell, Deniece Williams and Mathis himself.
Richard Griffiths reads an eight-part adaptation of Victor Hugo's novel.
7: Sentenced to hang, Esmeralda refuses to submit to Archdeadon Claude Frollo, even in return for her life.
Abridged by Peter Mackie
A second series on the the lounge and swing arrangers who, despite being dismissed as middle of the road, gave the likes of Elvis and the Beatles a run for their money back in the fifties, sixties and seventies. 1:
Nelson Riddle , the arranger behindthe classic album
Songs for Swingin'
Lovers and Route 66.
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