Princes Of Denmark Street, The [Radio Ulster]

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20150411 (RU)
20150413 (RU)

Phil Coulter returns to London's Tin Pan Alley, where he meets 1950s songwriter Tony Hiller and visits the old Regent Sounds studio, where hundreds of hits were recorded.

Phil Coulter returns to London's Tin Pan Alley, where he started as a songwriter in 1964.

Phil Coulter returns to London's Tin Pan Alley, meets '50s songwriter Tony Hiller and visits the old Regent Sounds studio, where hundreds of hits were first recorded as demo tapes.

022014030920140313 (RU)
20150418 (RU)
20150420 (RU)

Phil Coulter returns to London's Tin Pan Alley where he hears from some of the great pop composers like Geoff Stephens, Les Reed and Tony Hatch.

Phil Coulter hears from great pop composers like Geoff Stephens, Les Reed and Tony Hatch.

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20150425 (RU)
20150427 (RU)

Phil Coulter hears from Roger Greenaway, Peter Callander and Mitch Murray.

Phil Coulter returns to London's Tin Pan Alley where he talks to Roger Greenaway, Peter Callander and Mitch Murray about the stories behind some of the decade's biggest hits.

Phil Coulter returns to London's Tin Pan Alley where he hears from Roger Greenaway, Peter Callander and Mitch Murray for the stories behind some of the decade's biggest hits.

042014032320140327 (RU)
20150502 (RU)
20150504 (RU)

Mike Batt tells Phil Coulter how he made a recording career from a children's TV show.

Phil Coulter tells how a West German goal dashed his hopes of a home in the Bahamas, while Mike Batt tells Phil how he made a recording career from a children's TV show.

052014033020150509 (RU)
20150511 (RU)

Phil Coulter explains how the music industry changed as the 1960s ended.

Phil Coulter returns to London's Tin Pan Alley, and explains how the music industry changed as the 1960s ended and the writers took control of the record-making process.

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Phil Coulter returns to London's Tin Pan Alley, and explains how the music industry changed as the '60s ended and the writers took control of the record-making process.