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All My Love's Laughter Since the 1960s, Jimmy Webb has emerged with a successful career as a singer/songwriter, concert performer and author for the stage. In the second of two programmes, he talks about his many projects and is joined by the singers who have continued to record his compositions -
Art Garfunkel , Linda Ronstadt , Glen Campbell - and producer George Martin. A Howlett Media production

Contributors

Unknown:
Jimmy Webb
Unknown:
Art Garfunkel
Unknown:
Linda Ronstadt
Unknown:
Glen Campbell
Producer:
George Martin.

The Frankie Howerd Show
Ken Bruce introduces the first of three repeats of the classic comedy series, first broadcast in July 1966. Frankie is offered the position of Minister of Comedy by Harold himself . Could a knighthood follow? More like a "get knotted". With June Whitfield and Robertson Hare.
Producer Barry Littlechild Rpt

Contributors

Unknown:
Frankie Howerd Show
Introduces:
Ken Bruce
Comedy By:
Harold Himself
Comedy By:
Robertson Hare.
Producer:
Barry Littlechild Rpt

Recorded in October at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London, a Royal Charity
Gala held in the presence of HRH Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon. The show, staged by the King George's Fund for Sailors, features a host of stars to mark the 50th anniversary of the end of the Second
World War and to honour the contribution made by British seafarers. Including songs from hit musicals
South Pacific, Sail Away, On the Town and The Pirates of Penzance. Introduced by Sheridan Morley.
Theatre producer Barry J Mishon Producer Richard Masters

Contributors

Introduced By:
Sheridan Morley.
Producer:
Barry J Mishon

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