The guest today is American Ted Chapin , author and president of the Rodgers and Hammerstein Organization.
He talks about his early career behind the scenes on Broadway, and in particular about his experience of working on the original production of Follies. And Ian Shaw performs in the Song Show Exclusive slot.
Roger Royle celebrates the companionship, care and concern of friends and neighbours. Hymns are sung by this week's guest choir, the Leicester Philharmonic Choir, conducted by Richard Dacey , with organist Jeremy Rouse and choirs and churches from across the UK.
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