Griff Rhys Jones and Beverley Knight
Griff Rhys Jones and Beverley Knight join Aasmah Mir and Rev Richard Coles. Kellie Maloney shares her Inheritance Tracks.
Griff Rhys Jones joins the Reverend Richard Coles and Aasmah Mir, to share tales about his long association with historic buildings, hosting quizzes in museums, his great Welsh adventures and dressing as a Dame. JP Devlin meets Paul Hendy and his family to find out about their passion for making bespoke pantomimes. Saturday Live listener Polly Wright describes finding a stash of letters between her grandmother and an Italian prisoner of war who worked on the family farm in Wales during WWII, and how she has used them to trace his family. Tracey Ford discusses the loss of her son, Andre, and the foundation she launched in his memory. The singer Beverley Knight talks about the influence of gospel and Memphis on her song writing, and her latest transition into Grizabella in CATS. And the Inheritance Tracks of Kellie Maloney. She chooses New York, New York by Frank Sinatra and Walk on the Wild Side by Lou Reed.
Landmark - A History of Britain in 50 Buildings by Anna Keay and Caroline Stanford - Foreword by Griff Rhys Jones, is published by Frances Lincoln.
CATS the musical is at The London Palladium.
The Quizeum is on BBC Four on Mondays at 8.30pm.
Frankly Kellie: Becoming a Woman in a Man's World is out now, published by Blink
Produced by Louise Corley
Edited by Karen Dalziel.
Guests with the presenters
|Interviewed Guest||Griff Rhys Jones|
|Interviewed Guest||Beverley Knight|
|Interviewed Guest||Tracy Ford|
|Interviewed Guest||Polly Wright|
|Interviewed Guest||JP Devlin|
|Interviewed Guest||Paul Hendy|
|Interviewed Guest||Kellie Maloney|
- Sat 21 Nov 2015 09:00