Says Good Morning Sunday. Guest Marti Pellow talks about how he has dealt with his drug and alcohol addiction, and discusses the album he has recorded with Memphis record producer and mentor Willie Mitchell.
Showcasing the music of Broadway, Hollywood and the West End, continuing with Pam Gems 's 1978 stage show about the troubled life of legendary French chanteuse
Edith Piaf. The 1993 revival of Piaf starred Elaine Paige in the title role.
Howard Goodall hosts the annual competition for the UK's choirboy and choirgirl of the year, held on 28 October at Westminster Abbey, in London. Judges include soprano Hayley Westenra and singer
David Grant (of Fame Academy). Producer Clair Jaquiss
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