Barry Wordsworth conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra, live from the BBC
Hippodrome in London, with guest singers Mary Hegarty and baritone Jeffrey Black , and the Charleston Chasers.
Presented by Brian Kay.
An adaptation of H Rider
Haggard's classic adventure, read by Edward Woodward. 5: Quatermain and his two companions vow to help the Zulu Umbopa depose the fearsome usurper Twala. Abridged by Peter Mackie
Series in which Don Black pays tribute to the successful songwritingtrio Henderson-DeSylva-Brown (Ray, Buddy and Lew) whose early 20th-century career left a legacy of popular standards. 3: Mr Brown and Mr Henderson. A first-time duo partnership results in songs like Bye Bye, Blackbird. With music from Perry Como , Dean Martin , Brenda Lee andMaxBygraves.
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