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Cabaret

The latest in Radio 2's series of classic musicals presents one of the greatest ever written -
Cabaret, which became a multi Oscar-winning film.
The original version though is a totally different animal - still containing those great songs - Willkommen, Two Ladies, Tomorrow
Belongs to Me and Cabaret. Three great names of the British theatre,
Steven Berkoff ,
Keith Michell and Rosemary Leach head the cast of this special radio adaptation. With the Stephen Hill Singers and the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Martin Yates.
Producer John Langridge
BBC Radio 2

Noel: 11: The Cabaret Years

The Life and Times of Sir Noel Coward
A series in 13 parts

"Let's hope we have no worse to plague us than two shows a night at Las Vegas."
In this eleventh programme, Sir Noel's career as an actor, playwright, composer and director is traced through the 1950s - the years in which he took on an entirely new career as a cabaret entertainer. It also includes vocal and musical recollections of "After the Ball", his ballet "London Morning", and such films as "Our Man in Havana".

Including Cole Lesley, Graham Payn, Sir Cecil Beaton, Robin Richmond,
Norman Hackforth, Dame Gladys Cooper, Dame Sybil Thorndike, Pat Kirkwood,
Vanessa Lee, Peter Graves and Anton Dolin
BBC Radio 2

Michael Feinstein in Cabaret

The music of Irving Berlin, Cole Porter and George and Ira Gershwin, among many others, performed in cabaret at the Ritz Hotel, London, by American singer/pianist Michael Feinstein
Producer KEN EVANS (R)
BBC Radio 2

Eddie Izzard's Christmas cabaret

Adult stand-up Eddie Izzard showcases established and new musicians and comedians in an event recorded at
Ronnie Scott 's jazz club in London's Soho. Guests include David McAlmont , Paul Weller and Ed Byrne.
Producers Phil Critchlow and Anna Harrison
BBC Radio 2

Richard Rodney Bennett: An Englishman in New York

1/2. Russell Davies celebrates the life and works of uniquely versatile composer and performer Richard Rodney Bennett. who turns 70 next week. Commanding audiences across the full musical spectrum - from twelve-tone to twelve-bar - singer and jazz pianist Bennett is at home writing cabaret, brass band, symphonies, operas and ballets, plus scores for film and television. This tribute features contributions from colleagues, friends, musicians and singers.
Producer Graham Pass
BBC Radio 2

Kenneth Williams' Cabaret

with Kenneth Williams and guests Peter Hudson Barbara Jay and Tommy Whittle
Together with Cantabile THE BURT RHODES ORCHESTRA Producer
JONATHAN JAMES-MOORE
9.57 Sports Desk
BBC Radio 2

Kenneth Williams' Cabaret

Kenneth Williams and guests Isla St Clair Jonathan Adams together with Cantabile
THE BURT RHODES ORCHESTRA Producer
JONATHAN JAMES-MOORE
9.57 Sports Desk
BBC Radio 2

Kenneth Williams' Cabaret

Kenneth Williams and guests Peter Goodwrlght Lois Lane
Together with Cantabile
THE BURT RHODES ORCHESTRA Producer
JONATHAN JAMES-MOORE
9.57 Sports Desk
BBC Radio 2

Kenneth Williams' Cabaret

Fun, frippery and frolic furnished by Kenneth Williams and his special guests Pat Coombs
Julie Covington
Together with Cantabile
THE BURT RHODES ORCHESTRA Producer
JONATHAN JAMES-MOORE
9.57 Sports Desk
BBC Radio 2

Kenneth Williams's Cabaret

Fun, frippery and frolic furnished by Kenneth Williams and his special guests Pat Coombs
Julie Covington together with Cantabile and The Burt Rhodes Orchestra Producer JONATHAN JAMES-MOORE (R)
BBC Radio 2

Kenneth Williams's Cabaret

Fun, frippery and frolic furnished by Kenneth Williams and his special guests Peter Hudson
Barbara Jay and Tommy Whittle together with Cantabile and The Burt Rhodes Orchestra Producer JONATHAN JAMES-MOORE (R)
BBC Radio 2

Kenneth Williams's Cabaret

Fun, frippery and frolic furnished by Kenneth Williams and his special guests
Peter Goodwright , Lois Lane together with Cantabile and The Burt Rhodes Orchestra Producer JONATHAN JAMES-MOORE (R)
BBC Radio 2

Kenneth Williams's Cabaret

Fun, frippery and frolic furnished by Kenneth Williams and his special guests Isla St Clair and Jonathan Adams together with Cantabile and The Burt Rhodes Orchestra Producer JONATHAN JAME&MOORE (R)
BBC Radio 2

Music Live 95: Big Band Cabaret

Music and comedy. Barry Forgie conducts the BBC Big Band in new arrangements, with guests Tony Hadley, Courtney Pine, Frank Carson, Cleo Lane and John Dankworth.
Producer Sonia Beldom
BBC Radio 2

The Story behind ... Cabaret

To introduce Radio 2's spectacular production, Sheridan Morley looks behind the scenes of this classic musical, tracing the original plot through to the opening night.
Producer Stella Hanson
BBC Radio 2

Cabaret

Before the curtain rises,
Sheridan Morley tells the story behind one of the greatest musicals ever written. Starring three great names of the British theatre - Steven Berkoff,
Keith Michell and Rosemary Leach. With the Stephen Hill Singers and the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Martin Yates. Music by John Kander , lyrics by Fred Ebb , book by Joe Masteroff
Script adaptation by Warner Brown Repeat
BBC Radio 2

Liza with a "Z" (and All That Jazz)

Liza Minnelli celebrates the songs of composer
John Kander and lyricist Fred Ebb , best known for the musicals
Cabaret (1966) and Chicago (1975). Minnelli's many collaborations with Kander and Ebb started in 1965, but hit a high in 1972 with her award-winning appearance in the film version of Cabaret and the TV special Liza with a "Z". Expect to hear All That Jazz, Wilkommen,
Cabaret, New York, New York and other Kander and Ebb classics.
Producer Malcolm Prince
Liza on Kander and Ebb: page 143
BBC Radio 2

Noël

The Life and Times of Sir Noel Coward
11: The Cabaret Years
In this 11th programme, Sir Noel's career as an actor, playwright, composer and director is traced through the 1950s, the years in which he took on an entirely new career as a cabaret entertainer. It also includes vocal and musical recollections of After the Ball, his ballet London Morning and such films as Our Man in Havana. Including COLE LESLEY , GRAHAM PAYN. PETER GRAVES. SIR CECIL BEATON. ROBIN RICHMOND, NORMAN HACKFORTH , DAME GLADYS COOPER , DAME SYBIL THORNDIKE. VANESSA LEE and ANTON DOLIN
Written and narrated by Sheridan Morley
Producer BARRY KNIGHT
BBC Radio 2

Radio 2 Arts Programme

Presenter Ruth Leon.
A look at the genre of cabaret: the reasons for its success in America and why it hasn't caught on in Britain. Including interviews with the great exponents of cabaret,
Margaret Whiting , Julie Wilson and Peggy Lee. Producers Stella Hanson and Madeleine Cuming
BBC Radio 2

The Radio 2 Arts Programme

Come to the Cabaret
In tonight's programme Sheridan Morley talks to lyricist Fred Ebb about his successful songwriting partnership with composer John Kander , which has produced such classics as New York,
New York and Cabaret.






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