Legends Of Light Music

Episodes

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20011202

Another chance to hear the series in which Bob Monkhouse celebrates the composers and arrangers who entertained us before pop.

20011209
20011216
1997090620020106

Denis Norden recalls the brilliant composers and arrangers who, before pop, provided our daily orchestral fare on the air.

198B0119980412

Russell Davies presents a new five-part series recalling the work of composers and arrangers of light music.

With historic recordings, and performances by the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Robin Stapleton.

198B0219980419

Russell Davies presents the second in a six-part series recalling the work of composers and arrangers of light music.

With historic recordings, and the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Robin Stapleton.

198B0319980426

Russell Davies presents the third in a five-part series recalling the work of composers and arrangers of light music.

With historic recordings, and the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Robin Stapleton.

198B0419980503

Russell Davies presents the fourth in a five-part series recalling the work of composers and arrangers of light music.

With historic recordings, and the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Robin Stapleton.

198B0519980510

Russell Davies presents the last in a five-part series recalling the work of composers and arrangers of light music.

With historic recordings, and the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Robin Stapleton.

199D0119991003

Eight programmes in which Bob Monkhouse celebrates the composers and arrangers who entertained us before pop.

On record: Sidney Torch, Robert Farnon and Morton Gould.

In the studio: the BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by Robin Stapleton.

199D0219991010

The second of eight programmes in which Bob Monkhouse celebrates the composers and arrangers who entertained us before pop.

On record: Eric Coates, Peter Yorke and Percy Faith.

In the studio: the BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by Robin Stapleton.

199D0319991017

The third of eight programmes in which Bob Monkhouse introduces more orchestral giants.

On record: Frank Chacksfield, Ernest Tomlinson and David Rose.

In the studio: the BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by Robin Stapleton.

199D0419991024

The fourth of eight programmes in which Bob Monkhouse introduces more orchestral giants.

On record: Helmut Zacharius, Ole Jensen and Laurie Johnson.

In the studio: the BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by Robin Stapleton.

199D0519991031

The fifth of eight programmes in which Bob Monkhouse introduces more orchestral giants.

On record: Jack Strachey, Leroy Anderson, and Andre Kostelanetz.

In the studio: the BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by Robin Stapleton.

199D0619991107

The sixth of eight programmes in which Bob Monkhouse introduces orchestral giants.

On record: Charles Williams, Franck Pourcel and George Melachrino.

In the studio: the BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by Robin Stapleton.

199D0719991114

The seventh of eight programmes in which Bob Monkhouse introduces orchestral giants.

On record: John Wilson and Adam Saunders.

In the studio: the BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by Robin Stapleton.

199D0819991121

The last of eight programmes in which Bob Monkhouse introduces orchestral giants.

On record: Norrie Paramor, Charles Shadwell and Trevor Duncan.

In the studio: the BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by Robin Stapleton.

200B0120000402

Eight programmes in which Bob Monkhouse celebrates the composers and arrangers who entertained us before pop.

On record: Percy Faith, Tolchard Evans and Clive Richardson.

In the studio: the BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by Robin Stapleton.

200B0220000409

The second in an eight-part series in which Bob Monkhouse celebrates the composers and arrangers who entertained us before pop.

On record: Camarata, Georges Auric and Louis Levy's Gaumont-British Symphony.

In the studio: the BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by Robin Stapleton.

200B0320000416

The third in an eight-part series in which Bob Monkhouse celebrates the composers and arrangers who entertained us before pop.

On record: Pink Champagne and Skyscraper Fantasy.

In the studio: the BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by Robin Stapleton.

200B0420000423

The fourth in an eight-part series in which Bob Monkhouse celebrates the composers and arrangers who entertained us before pop.

On record: Sidney Torch, Ray Martin and Philip Green.

In the studio: the BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by Robin Stapleton.

200B0520000430

The fifth in an eight-part series in which Bob Monkhouse celebrates the composers and arrangers who entertained us before pop.

On record: Ron Goodwin, Cyril Ordanel and Campoli.

In the studio: the BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by Robin Stapleton.

200B0620000507

The sixth in an eight-part series in which Bob Monkhouse celebrates the composers and arrangers who entertained us before pop.

On record: Frank Chacksfield, George Melachrino and Hubert Bath.

In the studio: the BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by Robin Stapleton.

200B0720000514

The penultimate programme in which Bob Monkhouse celebrates the composers and arrangers who entertained us before pop.

On record: Eric Coates, Charles Williams and Louis Voss.

In the studio: the BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by Robin Stapleton.

200B0820000521

The final programme in which Bob Monkhouse celebrates the composers and arrangers who entertained us before pop.

On record: Morton Gould, Robert Docker and David Rose.

In the studio: the BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by Robin Stapleton.