On this weeks show Damon chats to international organist Richard Hills. Richard has bought countless hours of beautiful and fun music to the theatre organ scene and has been lucky to travel to world playing for fans. Recently back from the USA and from playing the World Premier of 'Seaside Concerto' he is certainly a busy man!
John Leeming is back at the microphone this week to delight us with more from his archive...and garden shed! With music from around the world and from past and present, be sure to tune in. Artists incude Harold Ramsay, Tom Hazleton, Simon Gledhill and many more!
On this weeks show we feature star organist Nicholas Martin with a programme of music played on the wonderful Wurlitzer in the Victoria Hall, Saltaire. The show includes, marches, ballads, music for dancing and a section of hits form the 1960's.
On this week's show we visit the musical word of the 1950's, arguably the last decade of popular light music. Tracks incude Be My Love, Forgotten Dreams, a selection from Guys & Dolls and many more!
On this week's show John Leeming delves into his own archive and plays a mix bag of his favourites, many of which are private recordings John has made over the years. Artists include Robinson Cleaver, Dan Bellomy, David Shepherd and many more!
On this weeks show we visit the Leisure Centre in Woking for a console work out by International star Simon Gledhill. The sounds of the Mighty Wurlitzer work well in the hall and what you hear on the show is taken from a live performance last year. Apart from the wonderful music Simon also talks to Len Rawle who with his team look after the Wurlitzer.
On this weeks show James Mclean reads out memories of how it started for you - along with the inspiring artists or instrument. Artists incude Reginald Dixon, Foort and Porter, Nigel Ogden, Michael Maine and many more!
Next month James invites you write in and share you memories on ‘Your favourite selection from a musical'. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and mark your subject line as Getting To Know You