3/3. Jazz trumpeter Guy Barker profiles German composer, arranger and bass player James Last (born Hans Last) who, in the UK, ranks second only to Elvis in number of charted albums. Last specialises in popular, party-friendly sounds, inspired by big-band music. This instalment explores his non-stop-party albums. Contributors include songwriter and musician Graham Gouldman , pianist
Richard Clayderman , Billboard global editor Emmanuel Legrand , and those who've worked with Last, including Terry Jenkins , Jim Sullivan and Sue Glover.
Alex Kingston reads Daphne du Maurier's romantic and suspensefultale.
3/8. Maxim de Winter and his new wife return from their honeymoon to Manderley, where the formidable housekeeper Mrs Danvers clearly resents the new Mrs de Winter.
Abridged by Neville Teller
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