Sitting in for Michael Ball. Today's guest is Observer journalist Lynn Barber. Plus Times writer
Peter Riddell with a review of today's papers and film and music enthusiast
Andrew Collins with an entertainment guide.
With a selection of Broadway, West End and Hollywood tunes. Today's show features a chat with and studio performance by the cast of the updated version of New York's longest-running comedy revue,
Forbidden Broadway, currently at London's Menier Chocolate Factory. Plus an interview with Samantha Spiro , currently appearing in Hello, Dolly! in Regent's Park's Open Air Theatre in London.
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