July 28th, 2014
Episode 480 of 1464 episodes
Gareth Malone and Adrian Sutton discuss Sunday's Prom which takes World War One as its theme. Gareth's Military Wives choir will be performing and Adrian Sutton talks about his War Horse Suite which he's composed from his score for the original theatre production. Bel Mooney reviews In The Club, a new BBC drama series written and directed by Kay Mellor, which follows the lives of a group of friends who have met at an antenatal class. Neil Bartlett talks about his latest novel The Disappearance Boy, set in the world of 1950s Variety. And poet Michael Symmons Roberts chooses three poems that evoke summer for him.
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