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A profile of the comedian Max Miller.
Reminiscences from his family and friends with extracts from Max's stage performances. Presented by John East.
Producer Roy Oakshott

Contributors

Unknown:
Max Miller.
Presented By:
John East.
Producer:
Roy Oakshott

live from Cobham Hall , Kent, as part of the Kent
Festival of Transport. Join the show at one of England's most beautiful and historic settings, with guests Kenny Ball and his Jazzmen and harpist Rupert Parker. Producer Keith Loxam

Contributors

Unknown:
Cobham Hall
Unknown:
Kenny Ball
Harpist:
Rupert Parker.
Producer:
Keith Loxam

The music of wartime romance recalled by Dame Vera Lynn , Joanna Lumley , Simon Cadell and David Jacobs , with the BBC Big Band conducted by Barry Forgie , with Angela Christian , Danny Street and Quintessence.
The joy and escapsim, heartache and anguish are also illustrated by the moving true stories of relationships forged and broken by two world wars. Producer Graham Pass

Contributors

Recalled By:
Dame Vera Lynn
Recalled By:
Joanna Lumley
Recalled By:
Simon Cadell
Recalled By:
David Jacobs
Conducted By:
Barry Forgie
Unknown:
Angela Christian
Unknown:
Danny Street

The first of two programmes recorded at the Town Hall, Watford. The BBC Big Band conducted by Barry Forgie , with Marlene Ver Planck.
Introduced by Sheila Tracy. Producer Robin Sedgley

Contributors

Conducted By:
Barry Forgie
Unknown:
Marlene Ver Planck.
Introduced By:
Sheila Tracy.
Producer:
Robin Sedgley

Johnny Mathis The sixth of eight programmes in which Dave Gelly looks at the music and work of legendary entertainers.
Tonight he appraises the sweet style and beguiling voice of ageless heart-throb Johnny Mathis. An Encore Radio production

Contributors

Unknown:
Johnny Mathis
Unknown:
Dave Gelly
Unknown:
Johnny Mathis.

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