On this week's show Nigel Ogden is back in his archive with a nod that today is Valentines Day. This week the lush sounds of the paramount Leeds and Manchester are present with Eric Lord at the console plus music from Joseph Seal, Charles & Harold Smart and much more besides!
On this week's show Damon pays tribute to Frank Hare who sadly passed away just after Christmas. Damon is joined by Grant Pilcher, Joe Marsh, David Lowe, Simon Gledhill, Keith Beckingham & Howard Beaumont who, for the hour long show, share memories of Frank.
This weeks show we feature the sounds of the the Virtual Theatre Pipe Organ. So who better to demonstrate the sounds of the various samples than Iain McGlinchey who is know worldwide for his wok in the VTPO field and on top of all this he is fine organist himself!
On this week's show Nigel Ogden takes us for an relaxing half hour of music perfect for twilight! With the usual selection of interesting archive material and contributions from Gerald Shaw, Bryan Rodwell, Leslie Taff, Stanley Wyllie and many more!
On this week's show it's time for Damon to show off some of the best British light music, played by some of the finished British artists! Compositions by Eric Coats, Vivian Ellis, John Belton, Clive Richardson and many more!
Well its time for our New Years party and Damon looks back over 2018 with some exclusive material that's not been featured on this years shows so far! This includes tracks featuring John Mann, Len Rawle, Robert Wolfe, Phil Kelsall and may more! So sit back and enjoy just over an hour of The Organist Encores!
From Nigel Ogden, John Leeming and Damon Cox, we wish you all a happy and prosperous new year!
Well its time for our festive party, and this week Damon has filled the show with festive favourites from a multitude of well known and loved artists!
From Nigel Ogden, John Leeming and Damon Cox, we wish you all a very Merry Christmas and many thanks for your continued support!
On this week's show Nigel Ogden takes on a nostalgic sleigh ride with some varied festive tracks! This includes rare recordings of Reginald Dixon, Jackie Brown, Reginald Porter-Brown playing instruments such as the Davenport Stockport, Granada Tooting and Manchester Town Hall.