New series. 1/3. His CV as songwriter, composer and producer embraces Benny Hill, Connie Francis, The Searchers, Crossroads and Neighbours, but Tony Hatch remains best known for writing or co-writing and producing nearly all of Petula Clark's pop gems between 1964 and 1968, including Downtown, I Know a Place, You're the One, My Love, I Couldn't Live without Your Love, Who Am I and Don't Sleep in the Subway. Theatre impresario Bill Kenwright presents a special profile ahead of Hatch's 70th birthday on 30 June. With input by Hatch, Petula Clark and others. A concert repeat follows.
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