Today I'd Do Anything winner Jodie Prenger performs As Long as He Needs Me from Oliver!, in which she currently stars in London's West End. Plus a golden show tune oldie chosen by the programme's producer Malcolm Prince.
Brian D'Arcy considers the folklore that claims that rain on St Swithin's Day indicates rain for the next 40 days and 40 nights. With music sung by The Schola with members of the Priory Singers, directed by Nigel McClintock.
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