Today's year-end edition features 2008 interview highlights, including singer Dionne Warwick , journalist John McCarthy , broadcaster Jeremy Paxman ,
US singer/songwriter Josh Ritter. musician Pat Kane , children's author Terry Deary , Gill Hicks - who lost her legs in the 2005 London bombings - and others.
Show tunes and film music, today with highlights of the year's guests. Expect entertaining snippets of interviews with Liza Minnelli, Idina Menzel, Barry Manilow, Barbara Cook, Maria Friedman, Hal Prince, Cameron Mackintosh, Tim Rice, Burt Bacharach, Bill Kenwright and others. And the show's producer Malcolm Prince picks a song from the 1957 musical West Side Story.
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