I New series 1/4. A rare treat for fans of singer, actress and songwriter Petula Clark.
In four shows, compiled from a 20-hour weekend chat with her old friend Desmond Carrington at his home in Scotland, Clark talks candidly about her personal life and her formidable seven-decade-long career. Born in 1932, she had her own radio series by 1943 and a movie career a year later. She was a star of early television and has had notable success in West End and Broadway musicals. But her legacy rests primarily in the musical recordings, of which there are over a thousand, many of them in French, Italian and German. And only a handful of 20th-century pop records are as recognised, loved and singable as her 1964 single Downtown. This first edtion recalls Clark's successes as a child star and as a teenage actress. Producer Dave Aylott
Corin Redgrave reads an abridged version of George Orwell 's tale of an omnipresent political state.
4/8. Winston and Julia consummate their relationship and a work colleague is vaporised. Abridged by Neville Teller
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