A special edition in which Elaine pays tribute to lyricist
Betty Comden (1917-2006), who, with Adolph Green , wrote screenplays and songs for some of Hollywood's top musicals, including On the Town (1949), Singin' in the Rain (1952), and The Band Wagon (1953). The Oscar-nominated duo also wrote for Broadway and television.
Roger Royle looks at giving as a way of marking the season of Lent. Featuring churches and choirs from across the UK, including Serendipity, who perform in St German's Church, Cardiff with director of music Tim Rhys Evans and organist Jeffrey Howard.
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