3/4. Richard Niles profiles Doris Kappelhoff , who, as the determinedly cheery Doris Day, dominated the silver screens and airwaves in the late 40s, 50s and early 60s. This edtion recalls
Secret Love- her Oscar-winning 1954 number one hit from the movie musical Calamity Jane, in which she starred. With input from Hollywood colleagues.
A special edition featuring jazz-inspired singer and pianist Diana Krall , who performs American classics and tracks from her latest album in an exclusive concert recorded in London. She is accompanied by her own trio and the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Alan Broadbent. Presented by Richard Allinson.
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