A special edition showcasing Barbra Streisand in anticipation of her much-anticipated return next week to the London stage. Featuring a selection of Paige's favourite Streisand works - including tracks from / Can Get It for You Wholesale, Funny Girl, Hello Dolly!, Yentl and The Mirror Has Two Faces - plus exclusive and previously unaired interview material with the pop diva, recorded at her home by this show's producer Malcolm Prince.
As Saint Swithin's Day approaches, Fr Brian D'Arcy looks at how the weather has been reflected in hymns. Featuring the choir of Winchester College, directed by Christopher Tolley with organist Martyn Rawles.
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