With Guy Hall.
With Father Brian D'Arcy.
Guests, news and music.
Michael Freedland concludes a series focusing on the greatest writers and music to come out of Tin Pan Alley.
This programme brings the story up to date. With the advent of rock 'n' roll in the fifties, the role of songwriter changed dramatically as artists began to write and perform their own material.
With contributions from Don
Black, Frank Military and Frank Coachworth.
Producer Neil Rosser
From the BBC's Maida Vale studios.
John Dunn introduces the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Barry Wordsworth, with guest soloists.
Simon Williams continues a six-part reading of HE Bates's romantic drama.
2: The Doctor.
Abridged by Pat McLoughlin
Frank Renton presents extracts from the British
Open Brass Band
Championship and Festival recorded at the Symphony
David Jacobs presents a series exploring the life of Irving Berlin.
3: I'll Be Loving You Always.
The hits of the twenties - and the marriage that rocked
American high society.
The Radio 2 Arts Programme.
Including at 2.30 Pause for Thought.