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27/02/2011

Duration:
2 hours
First broadcast:
Sunday 27 February 2011

Elaine Paige presents a two hour radio show packed full of your favourite songs from the shows. Elaine will also have an exclusive world play of a song from Andrew Lloyd Webber's new production of The Wizard of Oz. The song is entitled Red Shoes Blues and performed by Hannah Waddingham. Elaine will also announce the four shortlisted shows which are in the running for the BBC Radio 2 Olivier Audience Award. Then if that wasn't enough, in the second hour of the show this week, Elaine speaks to her former co-star in Evita, actor and singer David Essex. Elaine will also have all the usual features: the latest showbiz news, Disney Double, Gleeful Moment and plenty of your Break A Leg messages. Get in touch with the show by e-mail: elaine@bbc.co.uk.

Music Played

16 items
  • Image for Tony Martin, Vic Damone, Ann Miller, Kay Armen, Clark Burroughs

    Tony Martin, Vic Damone, Ann Miller, Kay Armen, Clark Burroughs Hallelujah

    Musical Wonderland, Warner

  • Image for Sally Ann Triplett and Chorus

    Sally Ann Triplett and Chorus Sally Ann Triplett and Chorus - Anything Goes

    The No. 1 Musicals, Universal

  • Image for Kevin Spacey

    Kevin Spacey Beyond The Sea

    Beyond The Sea, Rhino

  • Image for Hugh Jackman and Company

    Hugh Jackman and Company Oklahoma!

    Oklahoma!, First Night

  • Image for Vivian Blaine

    Vivian Blaine Adelaide's Lament

    Guys And Dolls, Coral

  • Image for Jason Weaver, Rowan Atkinson & Laura Williams

    Jason Weaver, Rowan Atkinson & Laura Williams I Just Can't Wait To Be King

    The Lion King, Mercury

  • Image for Idina Menzel & Kristin Chenoweth

    Idina Menzel & Kristin Chenoweth Popular

    Wicked, Decca Broadway

  • Image for The Cast

    The Cast America

    West Side Story, Sony

  • Image for Laurel & Hardy

    Laurel & Hardy The Trail Of The Lonesome Pine

    Way Out West

  • Image for Laurel & Hardy

    Laurel & Hardy The Trail of the Lonesome Pine

    Golden Age Hollywood Comedy: Laurel & Hardy, Liberty

  • Image for Julie Andrews

    Julie Andrews A Spoonful of Sugar

    Mary Poppins, Walt Disney

  • Image for Harry Nilsson

    Harry Nilsson How About You

    Romancing The Screen, Epic

  • Image for Stanley Holloway

    Stanley Holloway With A Little Bit Of Luck

    My Fair Lady, Sony

  • Image for Matthew Morrison

    Matthew Morrison Sway

    Glee: The Music, Volume 4, Columbia

  • Image for David Essex

    David Essex Oh What A Circus

    David Essex Greatest Hits, Mercury

  • Image for The Who

    The Who Pinball Wizard

    Tommy, RCA

  • David Essex with Elaine Paige

    David Essex with Elaine Paige

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