Fran Healy, Ron Sexsmith and Graham Gouldman

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Episode 5 of 5

Duration: 1 hour, 10 minutes

Continuing the unique series of shows celebrating classic songwriters and their songs held at West London's Bush Hall.

This show features three very different songwriters playing and talking about their songs that have been loved by many generations of music fans.

Fran Healy is best known as frontman of the best-selling British band Travis. He runs through many of their classics such as Driftwood and Writing to Reach You, along with a track from his recent solo album.

Canada's Ron Sexsmith, who is regarded by many as the songwriters' songwriter, reminds us of some of the songs he has written that other people have gone onto record, such as Whatever It Takes, which Michael Buble covered on his best-selling album, and Secret Heart, which has been covered by the likes of Rod Stewart, Feist and Nick Lowe.

Salford's Graham Gouldman, long time member of British band 10cc runs through songs he has co-written for them plus others for the likes of The Yardbirds and The Hollies.

Music Played

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Credits

Performer
Fran Healy
Producer
Mark Cooper
Producer
Alison Howe

Broadcasts

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