Today's guest is American musical comedian Kaye Ballard , who picks songs from her favourite musicals and discusses her career, including her turn as an ugly stepsister in the 1957 US TV version of Cinderella starring Julie Andrews. Plus an exclusive performance by Rolan Bell , who stars in the West End reggae show The Harder They Come.
A A free live music event to mark the end of the Beijing Games and the handover to London as host city of the 2012 Olympics. Performing outside Buckingham Palace are Katherine Jenkins , II Divo, McFly, Will Young and the winners of BBC TV's competition series Last Choir Standing. Producer Sarah Gaston
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