DISNEY AND STAGE LEGEND TOMMY STEELE IS CELEBRATED @ 28 December 2011 09:12 PM
This week on BBC Radio, you can stream a free one-hour special honoring the legendary entertainer Tommy Steele, who among many other triumphs starred in the London, Broadway (with John Cleese) and movie versions of Half a Sixpence; Walt Disney's last film, The Happiest Millionaire, and Francis Ford Coppola's only musical, Finian's Rainbow with Fred Astaire and Petula Clark.
You can listen to the program here for the next five days.
Tommy Steele (far right) with Gladys Cooper, Lesley Ann Warren, Fred MacMurray, Geraldine Page, John Davidson and Walt Disney on the set of The Happiest Millionaire.
Also this week on BBC Radio:
The Night the Animals Talked (2 days left to listen)
Jack and the Genetically Modified Beanstalk (2 days left to listen)
The White Christmas Story
Martin Sheen narrates a one-hour documentary about Irving Berlin's beloved song (2 days left to listen).
The Pied Piper of Hamelin (4 days left to listen)
The Beatles' Christmas (5 days left to listen)
Fings Ain't Wot They Used T'Be: The Lionel Bart Story
Five-part bio of the composer/lyricist of "Oliver!"
Christopher Lee's Fireside Tales
Five 15-minute stories.
Adapted from the stage production by Michael Morpurgo (War Horse) (7 days left to listen).
What does Jimmy Stewart have to do with the abominable snowman?
The Adventures of Tintin (2 episodes left)
PLEASE NOTE: Some BBC Radio programming contains material intended for mature audiences.
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