New series West End diva
Elaine Paige celebrates the songs of Broadway, Hollywood and British musicals, with requests, interviews and a weekly spotlight on a key work, kicking off with Dorothy Fields and Cy Coleman 's Sweet Charity (1966). Producer Malcolm Prince
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Roger Royle presents hymns and songs from churches, choirs and schools throughout the country. His guests include the Lincoln Citadel Salvation
Armywith Lincoln and Newark Brownies, conducted by Neville McFarlane , with the Divisional Fellowship Band and accompanist Jillian Crowe.
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