New series 1/6. Recently crowned Best Vocalist at the 2005 British Jazz Awards,
Clare Teal returns with a second run of themed programmes, this time devoted to the various creative forces behind the making of a record. She starts with producer
George Martin , who, Clare explains, enjoyed considerable success long before his talents helped to make the Beatles a global phenomenon. Producer Dave Aylott
Sex and the City redhead Cynthia Nixon reads an abridged verson of Anita Loos 's satirical 1925 novel, which spawned numerous stage and screen adaptations, most famously Howard Hawks's 1953 Hollywood musical comedy. 5/8. Lorelei and Dorothy leave Paris and hop aboard the Orient Express, bound for Munich. Abridged by Neville Teller
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