Steve Wright concludes a look at the brotherly act renowned for its lush ballads and state-of-the-art disco. This edition recalls the waning years of the act's disco persona and their work for pop divas such as Barbra Streisand , Dionne Warwick and Diana Ross.
A tribute to the late
Maurice Gibb ends the programme. Revised repeat
Series paying tribute to trumpeter and composer
Dizzy Gillespie. Presented by British trumpeter Guy Barker. 5: This edition looks at the influence of Gillespie on fellow musicians, with input from Digby Fairweather , Pete Long , Max Roach , Junior Mance and Airto Moreira.
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