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Frank Renton celebrates the 15th anniversary of the film Brassed Off.
Frank Renton with listener requests, new CDs and army conductor Esther Freeborn.
Frank Renton celebrates the 100th National Brass Band Championships.
Frank Renton with guests composer Karl Jenkins and the brilliant Brazz Brothers.
Alan Titchmarsh joins Frank Renton to talk about brass and military bands.
Frank Renton takes us on a brass journey around Europe.
Frank Renton with highlights from the British Open Championship's Sunday Gala Concert.
Frank Renton at the Open Championship Gala Concert with the Radio 2 Young Brass Soloist.
UB40 trombone player Brian Travers joins Frank Renton at the Open Brass Band Championships
Frank Renton talks to composer Philip Wilby about the Open Brass Band Championships 2011.
Frank Renton pays tribute to composer arranger Goff Richards.
Frank Renton celebrates the many guises of The March.
Composer Paul Lovatt-Cooper joins Frank Renton to talk about his new CD.
Frank Renton talks to one of the UK's most innovative composers for brass, Lucy Pankhurst.
Frank Renton talks to 17-year-old James Fountain, the new solo cornet at Grimethorpe.
Frank Renton talks to David Juritz about his charity work with brass bands in Africa.
Frank Renton with music by the Black Dyke Band and a preview of Durham's BRASS festival.
Frank Renton and conductor Philip Harper review some new CDs.
Frank Renton presents some classic solos and talks to star euphonium player Steven Mead.
Concert celebrating 120 years of the Salvation Army International Staff Band.
Frank Renton celebrates 120 years of the International Staff Band of the Salvation Army.
Ian McMillan talks to Frank Renton about his words to 'Brass' with the Black Dyke Band.
Peter Skellern and Frank Renton talk about brass bands and hit songs.
Frank Renton talks to conductor Robert Childs and cornettist Jim Hayes.
Frank Renton is joined by conductor and composer Philip Harper to review some recent CDs.
Frank Renton previews The Great Northern Spring Brass Arts Festival in Manchester.
Frank Renton talks to popular band composer and arranger Darrol Barry.
Frank Renton is joined by star euphonium player and now band conductor David Thornton.
Twice winner of a Classical Brit Award, star trumpeter Alison Balsom joins Frank Renton.
Frank Renton presents a banding slice of Americana.