Series in which
Michael Freedland profiles composer, lyricist and performer Hoagy Carmichael. This final edition recalls his symphonic work, The Johnny Appleseed Suite. With input from Johnny Mandel and Skitch Henderson.
A new four-part series in which Paul Robeson Jr pays tribute to the singer, actress and political activist who, now in her eighties, has enjoyed the longest recording career of any solo artist of the century. 1:
A Right to Sing the Blues Home's daughter Gail Lumet Buckley recalls her mother's extraordinary life.
Producers Adrian Edwards. Mark Rowles
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