An exclusive concert performance of Andrew Lloyd
I Webber 's 1993 musical reworking of Sunset Boulevard from the Cork Opera House, as part of BBC's Music Live celebrations. Martin Yates conducts the BBC Concert
Orchestra, with Petula Clark and Michael Ball in the lead roles.
Producer Helen Chetwynd
Roger Royle marks the 50th anniversary of the Haringey
Crusades, in which the young
American evangelist Billy Graham inspired many to committheir lives to Christ. Featuring hymns and songs from the time, with the New English Orchestra Singers directed by Nigel Swinford.
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