Showcasing the music of Broadway, Hollywood and the West End, continuing with Alan Menkin and Howard Ashman 's carnivorous, 1982 off-Broadway musical Little Shop of Horrors, which elaborated on the tune-free 1960 movie directed by Roger Corman and written by Charles B Griffith.
Roger Royle continues a series for Lent recalling the desert experience. This week's hymns are sung by the chapel choir of the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, directed by Sean Farrell , with organist Stephen Moore.
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