Gotta Sing, Gotta Dance

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Programme Catalogue - Details: 20 August 199119910820

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: 27 August 1991

Broadcast history

20 Aug 1991 21:02-22:00 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1991-07-21.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 27 August 199119910827

Producer: B. PAGE

Next in series: 18 July 1997

Previous in series: 20 August 1991

Broadcast history

27 Aug 1991 21:02-22:00 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1991-07-21.

197C0119970711

Petula Clarke introduces the first of six programmes celebrating the golden age of the British film musical.

This programme features Cicely Courtneidge, Evelyn Laye, Betty Driver and Jessie Matthews.

197C0219970718

Petula Clarke presents the second of six programmes celebrating the golden age of the British film musical.

Today, she remembers some of the leading men of the silver screen - Jack Buchanan, Jack Hulbert and George Formby.

197C0319970725

Petula Clark presents the third of six programmes celebrating the golden age of the British film musical.

Today, she pays tribute to some of the black song-and-dance legends who appeared in British films - Leslie `Hutch' Hutchinson, Buck and Bubbles, Paul Robeson, Turner Layton, Mabel Mercer and Elisabeth Welch.

197C0419970801

Petula Clark presents the fourth of six programmes celebrating the golden age of the British film musical.

Today, she remembers some more leading ladies of the silver screen - Gertrude Lawrence, Mary Ellis and Gracie Fields.

197C0519970808

Petula Clark presents the fifth of six programmes celebrating the golden age of the British film musical.

Today, she remembers some of the stars of wartime musicals - Flanagan and Allen, Bebe Daniels, Park Kirkwood, Anne Shelton and Arthur Askey.

197C0619970815

Petula Clark presents the last of six programmes celebrating the golden age of the British film musical.

Today, she remembers some other popular stars of wartime musicals - Vera Lynn, Tommy Trinder, Patricia Burke and Sid Field.