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Continuing the series in which promising young solo instrumentalists compete for the Radio 2 Young Musician prize.
This week Leonard Pearcey presents Juliet Allen (piano) from Oxford University and Simon Hutchings (alto sax) from Trinity College of Music. Producer Ruth Cubbin

Contributors

Unknown:
Leonard Pearcey
Piano:
Juliet Allen
Piano:
Simon Hutchings
Producer:
Ruth Cubbin

A special celebration to mark Charlie Chester's
80th birthday and the 25th anniversary of the Soapbox.
With Stanley Black, Joan Savage , Mike Redway , Cosmotheka,
Gaynor Connor , the Central Band of the Royal British Legion, Barbara Sturgeon ,
Ray Davies ' Button Down Brass,
Peter Haigh , James Davis ' Palm Court Trio and the Colin Campbell Orchestra.

Contributors

Unknown:
Joan Savage
Unknown:
Mike Redway
Unknown:
Gaynor Connor
Unknown:
Barbara Sturgeon
Unknown:
Ray Davies
Unknown:
Peter Haigh
Unknown:
James Davis

Roger Royle presents a selection of hymns from the 16th Bolton Festival of Male Voice Praise at the Albert Hall , Town Hall, Bolton.
Tell it, sing it, shout it;
Hear ye the promise; I will praise him; The Lord is King; We'll all be there;
Sweet voice of Jesus; Glory to the Lamb.
Musical Director Mike Dewhurst. Organist
Derek Matthews. Bandmaster
Peter Downey.

Contributors

Unknown:
Roger Royle
Unknown:
Albert Hall
Organist:
Mike Dewhurst.
Organist:
Derek Matthews.
Unknown:
Peter Downey.

Tim Rice , in conversation with Sheridan Morley , celebrates the release of his new CD by looking back on a lyrical career of 30 years from Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat through Evita to the current Oscar and Grammy-winning hit score for Aladdin. Producer Madeleine Cuming

Contributors

Unknown:
Tim Rice
Unknown:
Sheridan Morley
Producer:
Madeleine Cuming

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