Poppins: from Page to the Stage. A special edition devoted to Mary Poppins , the 1934 children's classic by PL Travers which Walt Disney adapted for the screen as a musical. As a new stage version opens this month in London, Paige plays excerpts from an archive interview with Julie Andrews , plus new interviews with Matthew Bourne , Richard Eyre , Cameron Mackintosh and those involved in the show.
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Continuing a special series for Advent, Roger Royle reflects on the promises of God's judgement and a renewed humanity, with hymns and Advent carols sung by congregations and choirs from across the UK. Featuring the chapel choir of Winchester
College and Radio 2's Choir Boy of the Year 2003, Harry Sever , with director of music Christopher Tolley and organist James Davy.
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