Kiri Te Kanawa explores music from around the world. This Latin American edition includes works by George Antheil and Scott Joplin. Also, film music by Ennio Morricone (The Mission) and Leonard Bernstein (West Side Story).
Series in which Robert Lindsay assesses the legacy of pop's most famous recording act, whose debut single Love Me Do entered the UK charts
40 years ago this month.
2: Ask Me Why. A look at the cultural context and various influences which resulted in the Beatles sound.
Michael Parkinson pays tribute to British jazz greats John Dankworth and Cleo Laine , who-both 75-have spent 50 years perform i ng together.
3: Separate Lives Together A look at Dankworth and Laine's solo work, with input from Ned Sherrin , Eleanor Bron and Alan Plater.
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