The first programme tells the story of the singer who is remembered for her classic English recording of `Lili Marlene', and for her chart-topping hit `Lay Down Your Arms'. With contributions from Dame Vera Lynn, Bill Cotton, Don Lusher and her manager Johnny Mans.
This programme focuses on the artist who found fame as the resident singer on the 1950s TV series `Quite Contrary'. Featuring the best of her musical performances, archive recordings and contributions from Bill Cotton, Edmund Hockridge and Regan herself.
This edition profiles the woman who found fame singing with Ted Heath's band in the 50s, and who is remembered for hits including `(How Much Is) That Doggie in the Window?'. Featuring musical performances, archive recordings and contributions from Marcel Stellman, Dennis Lotis and Roza herself.
This edition focuses on the performer who, in 1955, had five top 20 hits simultaneously, a feat only equalled by Madonna since. Featuring the best of her musical performances and archive recordings.
This edition focuses on the singer who became famous as the co-presenter of the television series `Spot the Tune'. Featuring the best of her musical performances, archive recordings and fresh contributions from her husband Harold Davison and son Barry Ryan.
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This edition focuses on the singer who is remembered for hits such as `Dreamboat', `Sugartime' and `Willie Can'.