|01||Charm, Style, And Innocence||20000107|
This first programme focuses on `The Boyfriend', `Salad Days',` Grab Me a Gondola' and other shows from an era of charm, style and innocence in British musicals.
With contributions from Joe Brown and Denis Quilley.
|02||A Less Inhibited Style||20000114|
This programme investigates the move towards a less inhibited style of musical which followed `Lock Up Your Daughters' - the 1959 adaptation of Henry Fielding's play `Rape upon Rape'.
This third programme focuses on the success of Lionel Bart's production of `Oliver!'.
Plus songs from `Blitz!', `Robert and Elizabeth', `Half a Sixpence' and `Twang!'.
With contributions from Tony Robinson and Tommy Steele.
This fourth programme focuses on the shows that reflected social issues.
Contributors include Gillian Lynne and Sir Harry Secombe
|05||Stop The World I Want To Get Off||20000204|
This fifth programme features music from `Stop the World I Want to Get Off' and `The Roar of the Greasepaint, the Smell of the Crowd', both written by Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse.
Contributors include Sir Harry Secombe and Tony Robinson
|06 LAST||70s And 80s||20000211|
This last programme looks at some of the successes of the 70s and early 80s.
With contributions from Don Black and Marti Webb.