3/3. Bob Harris concludes the story of the Everly Brothers, the hugely successful and influential country-folk-pop singer/songwriter duo who graced late 50s/early
60s with their close, melancholic harmonies. The many hits include Bye Bye Love, Wake up Little Susie, All I Have to Do Is Dream, Bird Dog, Cathy's Clown, Walk Right Back, Crying in the Rain and The Price of Love. Featuring input from Don and Phil Everly , plus archive interviews with Everlys' manager Wesley Rose , producer Chet Atkins and others.
Roderick Dunk conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra with singer Ian Shaw , pianist
James Pearson , and jazz newcomer Peter Grant , broadcast from Cheltenham's Town Hall as part of the 2006 Cheltenham
Jazz Festival. Clare Teal presents.
Brenda Blethyn reads an abridged version of Ethel Lina White 's novel
The Wheel Spins, which
Alfred Hitchcock adapted for his masterly 1938 thriller The Lady Vanishes. 6/6. Iris Carr must prove that the bandaged patient is Miss Froy. Abridged by Neville Teller
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