3/6. Star goth singer Siouxsie Sioux reveals her passion for Psycho - Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 horror milestone. Sioux discusses her debt to the film's subversiveness, style and score by Bernard Herrmann, which influenced some of her songs, including Suburban Relapse (1977). With input by film directors Peter Bogdanovich and Alan Parker, and Paul Morley.
Barry Norman on Psycho: p39
Showcasing the musical career of Judy Garland (1922-69), daughter Lorna Luft celebrates the singer of Over the Rainbow, The
Trolley Song and The Man That Got Away with star John Barrowman and performers Linzi Hateley and Francis Ruffelle. Mike Dixon conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra.
Radio features: pages 112-113
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