With Johnnie Walker. Fleetwood
Mac's Mick Fleetwood and Lindsey Buckingham discuss the band's 70s output, which includes Rhiannon
(Will You Ever Win) (1975) and, from their blockbuster 1977 LPRumours, the big radio hits Go Your Own Way and Dreams, and perhaps their most famous non-single The Chain.
Aled Jones hosts the grand final of the annual event, recorded last month at St Paul's Cathedral. This year's panel of judges includes Barbara Dickson, Carrie Grant, Karl Jenkins and Royal School of Church Music director Lindsay Gray (chair). The competition results in two winners - one male and one female - from eight finalists. Performing live are Last Choir Standing winners Only Men Aloud.
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