Nigel Ogden is the featured organist for the final edition of The Organist Entertains.
Featuring Donald MacKenzie on the legendary Compton organ of The Odeon, Leicester Square.
Including Verdi's Anvil Chorus, Monti's Czardas and Delibes' famous Waltz from Coppelia.
Including Time After Time, Midnight In Mayfair and With a Little Help From My Friends.
Wurlitzer sounds from Blackpool's world famous Tower Ballroom.
Featuring classics for organ from Hull City Hall, York Minster and Town Hall, Birmingham.
Featuring performances from New York's Radio City Music Hall and Mundelein, Illinois.
Featuring a look back at the careers of father and son, Charles and Harold Smart.
Featuring the best in theatre organ sounds from Tony Fenelon, Jeff Barker and Len Rawle.
Nostalgia is the theme as Nigel revisits the first edition of The Organist Entertains.
Including Lullaby of Broadway, That Old Feeling and Soothin' Syrup Stomp.
A selection of the notable organs located within a stone's throw of Broadcasting House.
Including light music classics by Billy Mayerl, Alexendre Luigini and Henry Litolff.
Celebrating the legacy of a unique talent of the theatre organ world, Bryan Rodwell.
Celebrating 80 years of the Wurlitzer currently situated at the Kew Bridge Musical Museum.
Including Anitra's Dance from Grieg's Peer Gynt and Percy Grainger's Handel in the Strand.
Featuring just some of the UK's finest concert and theatre organs in performance.
Including Eric Coates Youth of Britain and Dance of the Reed Pipes from The Nutcracker.
Including Winter World of Love, Mary's Boy Child, Good King Wenceslas and O Holy Night.
Including Silver Bells, Tyrolean Holiday and Dance of the Little Bells.
Including Robert Farnon's Peanut Polka and the theme from the film Ladies in Lavender.
A Caledonian theme with featured titles including Hielan' Lassie and the Skye Boat Song.
Featuring Bucalossi's famous Grasshopper's Dance and Leroy Anderson's Bugler's Holiday.
Light music classics for organ including The Policeman's Holiday and Canadian Capers.
Favourites from Jim Riggs and Harold Ramsey plus the Hammond of Harry Stoneham.
Theatre organ sounds from Phil Kelsall, John Seng, Robert Wolfe and Stanley Tudor.
Including the music of Ivor Novello, Jerry Herman, Kenneth Alford and James Horner.
Including Messin' Around with the Blues, Lonesome Road, Swingin' Indiana and Viper's Drag.
Theatre organ sounds from Detroit, Pasadena, San Francisco and Blackpool's Tower Ballroom.
Featuring tracks from Howard Beaumont's latest release, Romantic Pipes.