Brian Kay's Light Programme

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Light music and more from the world of operetta presented by Brian Kay.

Music from Arthur Sullivan, Edward German, Clive Richardson and Sidney Torch, plus Montague Phillips' Empire March from a new BBC Concert Orchestra CD featuring his music.

Brian Kay marks several anniversaries, starting with Montague Phillips and his Revelry Overture, played by the BBC Concert Orchestra. There's also music on the centenary of their birth by Francis Chagrin and the new artist of the month, Mantovani.

Music by Grainger and Delius, a Dancing Princess and a Dainty LadyPlus, Matthew Curtis' Little Dance Suite played by Gavin Sutherland and the Royal Ballet Sinfonia.

Brian celebrates the start of this midsummer month with music by Richard Rodgers, Reginald King and the anniversary of the Queen's coronation in stirring marches by Sir Arthur Bliss and Robert Farnon.

Seasonal light music presented by Brian Kay, including more from featured composer John Rutter and a walking trip around Northern Italy in the company of Matthew Curtis.

Brian Kay introduces a selection of light music, including pieces by Gordon Langford, Alfred Reynolds and Percy Whitlock.

Brian Kay introduces more light music from his extensive collection, including Arthur Sullivan's Mikado Quadrille, and Alun Hoddinott's Folk Song Suite.

Six tracks from featured artists, the Queen's Hall Light Orchestra. Plus Irving Berlin, Richard Rodgers and some film music from a recent CD featuring the music of Stanley Black.

Brian Kay plays a selection of light classics. This programme features Ernst Fischer's suite In Vino Veritas, two pieces from Roger Roger, and Peter Hope as composer and arranger.

Brian Kay presents an hour of light music from the likes of Robert Farnon, Stanford Robinson, Roger Roger and Charles Williams.

Franz Lehar's overture to The Land of Smiles opens the selection, and there's ballet music by Glazunov to end. In between, we hear from Percy Fletcher, Eric Coates

and Emmerich Kalman - and Jack Leon conducts the New Concert Orchestra in Donald Thorne's Dance of the Three Blind Mice.

Brian Kay plays light classics. Featuring Charles Williams conducting the Queen's Hall Light Orchestra, plus music by Robert Farnon, Brian Douglas and Irving Berlin.

The music of Sir Alexander Mackenzie, Johannes Brahms, Eric Coates and Edward German all feature in the latest selection of light music.

Brian Kay plays a selection of light classics.

20040212

Another chance to hear the special programme featuring Brian Kay in conversation with Peter Dickinson, biographer of Billy Mayerl who died 50 years ago last year.

20040422

Light music classics, presented by Brian Kay.

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Light music classics, presented by Brian Kay. A few horsey numbers today in advance of Derby Day, and to finish a centenary tribute to composer Frederick Loewe with music from My Fair Lady.

20040624

Brian Kay plays a selection of light classics.

20040701
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John Rutter's Partita ends today's selection and before it we hear from the Queen's Hall Light Orchestra, Leroy Anderson and his Pops Orchestra and David Rose and orchestra with Holiday for Strings.

20040819

Brian presents music by Ketelby and Haydn Wood, and a musical tribute to Broadstairs by Bill Worland. A little known early work by Arthur Sullivan ends the selection today.

20040826

Richard Hayman's Pops Hoe-Down gets an energetic work out with Erich Kunzel and the Cincinnati Pops, alongside music by Ernest Tomlinson,Charles Williams, Edward German and David Rose.

20040902

Brian Kay plays a selection of light classics. Featuring Gavin Sutherland conducting music by Montague Phillips and Raymond Warren, plus a special tribute to Ronald Binge.

20040909

Brian Kay plays light classics. Featuring Charles Williams conducting the Queen's Hall Light Orchestra, plus music by Robert Farnon, Brian Douglas and Irving Berlin.

20040916

Brian Kay plays a selection of light classics. This edition celebrates the 80th birthday of composer Ernest Tomlinson, who joins Brian in the studio to discuss his life and work.

20040930

Brian Kay plays a selection of light classics. This programme features Ernst Fischer's suite In Vino Veritas, two pieces from Roger Roger, and Peter Hope as composer and arranger.

20041007

Barry Wordsworth conducts the Royal Ballet Sinfonia in a selection from Gavin Gordon's The Rake's Progress. Sidney Torch appears as conductor and arranger and there's music by Lionel Monckton, Len Stevens, Eric Coates, Haydn Wood and Leroy Anderson.

20041014

Brian Kay presents the Estonian group Bel-Etage performing Edwardian musicals, plus music by Richard Addinsell, Simon Park and Angela Morley, and Eric Coates's The Seven Dwarfs.

20041021

Sir John BArbirolli conducts the Halle Orchestra in Edward German's Nell Gwyn Dances. Plus music by Charles Williams,

Wilfred Burns, Albert Ketelby and Nigel Hess.

20041028

Brian Kay plays a selection of light classics. Sir Malcolm Sargent conducts Sullivan. Sigmund Romberg conducts his own orchestra in a selection of waltzes from Blossom Time.

20041111

Brian Kay plays light classics. Including Suite for Strings by Cyril Scott, a Farnon arrangement of Scottish folk melodies, pieces for Remembrance Day and music by Ernst Fischer.

20041118

On offer today, music by Emmerich Kalman, Clive Richardson, Gordon Langford, David Rose and Angela Morley, alongside Robert Farnon's Prelude and Dance featuring the harmonica skills of Tommy Reilly, and a Russian Quartet of accordion and balalaikas busking in Salzburg.

20041125

Brian Kay plays a selection of light classics. This programme visits Jamaica, Hull, Corsica, Lincolnshire and Amsterdam, taking in the West Yorkshire village of Slaithwaite.

20041202

Brian Kay features works by Eric Coates, Robert Farnon and Charles Ancliffe, plus a suite from Angela Morley's score for the film Watership Down.

20041230

Brian Kay plays a selection of light classics. This edition features a seasonal selection, ending with Ernest Tomlinson's Fantasia on Auld Lang Syne.

20050106

Matthew Curtis's Ring in the New begins the first light programme of the new year. There's also music by Peter Cork, Mervyn Burtch, and bassoonist Laurence Perkins tackles the Lucy Long Variations with Ronald Corp and the New London Orchestra.

20050113

A couple of anniversaries today - Richard Addinsell and Andre Kostelanetz. Plus more recordings of the London Promenade Orchestra from an old Paxton 78, and Josef Bayer's Fairy Doll ballet music.

20050120

Brian Kay features music by Ernest Tomlinson, Cyril Watters, George Butterworth, Wally Stott, and Ronald Smith's Rhapsody - A Symphonic Journey in Praise of Women.

20050127

Brian Kay plays a selection of light classics.

Today's music is selected by light music aficionado David Ades, the secretary of the Robert Farnon Society. There's music from both sides of the Atlantic in old and new recordings by composers including Angela Morley, Robert Farnon, David Rose, Clive Richardson, Trevor Duncan, John Fox and Adam Saunders.

20050203

Brian Kay in conversation with Ronald Corp, conductor of the New London Orchestra. With music by Eric Coates, Ronald Binge, Lionel Monckton and Marshall Ross.

20050217

Brian Kay in conversation with composer, arranger, conductor and Chairman of the Light Music Society Ernest Tomlinson, who celebrated his 80th birthday last September.

20050224

A vintage recording of Eric Coates conducting the Light Symphony Orchestra in his suite From Meadow to Mayfair forms the centre piece of the selection today, and the programme ends more up to date with Gavin Sutherland and the Royal Ballet Sinfonia performing Peter Hope's Majorcan Fantasy.

20050303

Robert Farnon and his alter ego Ole Jensen both appear today alongside music by David Rose, Leroy Anderson, Sousa (arranged Gordon Langford), Len Stevens and, as a centrepiece, Percy Whitlock's Wessex Suite. Also the Scarborough Spa Orchestra play one of their famous medleys - tunes from Bizet's Carmen.

20050310

Brian Kay takes a Piccolo Flight with Robert Farnon, a Morning Promenade and Evening Stroll courtesy of Ronald Hanmer.

There's also a Rendezvous with Wilhelm Aletter and the London Salon Ensemble, and to end the programme, the Lionel Monckton Melodies.

20050317

Brian Kay plays a selection of light classics. This programme features Vivian Dunn conducting the Band of HM Royal Marines in Vaughan Williams' English Folk Songs Suite.

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Wing Commander Eric Banks conducts the Central Band of the RAF in Percy Grainger's Over the Hills and Far Away.

Gavin Sutherland and the Royal Ballet Sinfonia play Matthew Curtis' Little Dance Suite. Janacek and Delius also show their light music credentials.

20050505

Brian Kay features music from Roger Quilter, Peter Hope, Armstrong Gibbs and David Lyon. Rumon Gamba conducts the BBC Philharmonic in Gordon Langford's Song for All Seasons.

20050512

George Melachrino, Charles Williams and Gavin Sutherland all feature as conductors of their own music in today's selection. There's also music by Ernest Tomlinson, Albert W Ketelby and Sir Dan Godfrey conducting the Bournemouth Municipal Orchestra in one of his famous novelty numbers.

20050519

A tribute to Leroy Anderson on the 30th anniversary of his death, with tracks by John Wilson and the BBC Concert Orchestra, and some old recordings by the Berlin Promenade Orchestra.

20050602

A selection of celestial delights is on offer today. Richard Hayman and Louis Voss conduct their orchestras with stars in mind. We hear moon music by Trevor Duncan, Billy Reid and Lionel Monckton, and Andrew Penny conducts the RTE Concert Orchestra in Archibald Joyce's Caravan Suite.

20050616

A couple of short pieces each for Cyril Watters and Frederick Curzon.

Eric Coates conducts the Queen's Hall Light Orchestra in a vintage recording of his own Summer Days. There's also music from Louis Levy and his Gaumont British Symphony - a selection of music from 1937 movies.

20050623

Music by Grainger and Delius, a Dancing Princess and a Dainty LadyPlus, Matthew Curtis' Little Dance Suite played by Gavin Sutherland and the Royal Ballet Sinfonia.

20050630

With Ernest Tomlinson as composer and arranger, the Band of the Welsh Guards plays Edward German's Welsh Rhapsody, and Richard Hayman and his orchestra play selections from Sigmund Romberg's New Moon.

20050707

An overture by Offenbach, Haydn Wood's British Rhapsody, Harry Dexter's suite The Livelong Day and a specially recorded piece by Robert Farnon from the BBC Concert Orchestra and John Wilson are just some of the delights on offer today.

Hot on the heels of their new CD release, Shelley van Loen and the Palm Court Strings are featured artists this month.

20050714

Shelley van Loen and the Palm Court Strings are the featured artists this month. We hear them in Haydn Wood's most famous, and lucrative piece.

There's also music by Peter Yorke, Matther Curtis, Reg Casson and a trio of pieces by John Cacavas, played by the Cavendish Orchestra.

20050721

More from featured artists Shelley van Loen and the Palm Court Strings, alongside music by George Melachrino, Montague Phillips, and a tribute to Robert Farnon.

20050728

Phyllis Tate's suite, London Fields, forms the centre piece of the selection for today. There's also music by Leroy Anderson, Eric Coates, Sherman Myers and a selection from You're my Everything, with George Melachrino and his orchestra.

20050804

Bryan Kelly's Comedy Film for Orchestra forms the centre-piece of today's selection alongside music by Eric Coates, Carlo Martelli, William Davies and Gordon MacKenzie.

July's featured artist is John Wilson, who conducts his own orchestra in Richard Rodney Bennett's arrangement of On the Sunny Side of the Street.

20050811

There's more from artist of the month John Wilson, including a recording with the Royal Ballet Sinfonia of Buxton Orr's Celtic Suite. Geraldo and the London Hippodrome Orchestra play music by Vivian Ellis, and Sidney Torch takes the New Century Orchestra 'Down the Solent'.

20050818

Artist of the month John Wilson conducts his own orchestra in Richard Rodney Bennett's arrangement of Cole Porter's Miss Otis Regrets.

There's music by Denis Wright and Julius Fucik and to finish, Robert Russell Bennett shows his arranging skills in a symphonic poem from Jerome Kern's Show Boat.

20050825

Including music by Len Stevens, Trevor Duncan, Sidney Torch and Charles Williams, and artist of the month John Wilson conducting Eric Coates' For your Delight.

20050901

Music includes two more Industrial Patterns from Trevor Duncan, a march by Michael North, a waltz by Charles Williams and John Ansell conducting his own Plymouth Hoe.

20050908

Programme 200 kicks off in celebratory style with new artists of the month, the Queen's Hall Light Orchestra, playing music by Charles Williams, Haydn Wood and Robert Farnon.

Gavin Sutherland appears as both conductor, pianist and arranger and to end Cyril Ornadel conducts the Starlight Symphony in a medley of music from Meredith Willson's The Music Man.

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In a special programme, Brian Kay meets composer and arranger Angela Morley who talks about her life and music, including the early years in Geraldo's orchestra and her work with the Goons, Hancock and film composer John Williams.

20050929

Six tracks from featured artists, the Queen's Hall Light Orchestra. Plus Irving Berlin, Richard Rodgers and some film music from a recent CD featuring the music of Stanley Black.

20051006

Franz Lehar's overture to The Land of Smiles opens the selection, and there's ballet music by Glazunov to end. In between, we hear from Percy Fletcher, Eric Coates

and Emmerich Kalman - and Jack Leon conducts the New Concert Orchestra in Donald Thorne's Dance of the Three Blind Mice.

20051013

Brian Kay presents a selection of light music including more from the land of operetta.

20051020

Light music and more from the world of operetta presented by Brian Kay.

20051027

Brian Kay plays a selection of light classics, plus continuing the theme of the world of operetta.

20051103

In celebration of his 75th birthday, composer and arranger Peter Hope joins Brian Kay. From arrangements for Jessye Norman and Jose Carreras, to music for the Spanish royal wedding, Peter Hope's music has given joy to audiences for many years.

Hear his Irish Legend and Recorder Concerto, both specially recorded for this programme by the BBC Concert Orchestra and Barry Wordsworth, along with perennial favourites such as his Ring of Kerry Suite and Mexican Hat Dance.

20051110

Brian Kay marks several anniversaries, starting with Montague Phillips and his Revelry Overture, played by the BBC Concert Orchestra. There's also music on the centenary of their birth by Francis Chagrin and the new artist of the month, Mantovani.

20051117

More from this month's featured artist Mantovani, including music by the man who was credited with creating the sound of the famous cascading strings, Ronald Binge.

Plus, Adrian Leaper conducts the Czecho-Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra in Haydn Wood's Suite, London Cameos.

20051124

Brian Kay plays a selection of light classics, including music by featured artist Mantovani.

20051208

Waldteufel's Skater's Waltz starts the programme, plus featured artist John Rutter in some arrangements of traditional songs and one of his own Christmas carols.

Richard Hickox conducts the Northern Sinfonia in Roger Quilter's Suite Where the Rainbow Ends, and there are a couple of sleigh rides alongside some lively dance music from the 16th Century.

20051215
20051229

Seasonal light music presented by Brian Kay, including more from featured composer John Rutter and a walking trip around Northern Italy in the company of Matthew Curtis.

20060105

Music from Arthur Sullivan, Edward German, Clive Richardson and Sidney Torch, plus Montague Phillips' Empire March from a new BBC Concert Orchestra CD featuring his music.

20060112

More from a new Montague Phillips CD with Gavin Sutherland and the BBC Concert Orchestra, plus library music by Edward White, Robert Docker and Reginald Porter-Brown.

20060119

Brian Kay plays some light classics, including Louis Levy and his Gaumont British Symphony with a selection from Hollywood Hotel. Also a recent recording with Barry Wordsworth and the RPO of Sidney Baynes' classic Destiny Waltz, plus music by Haydn Wood, Sidney Torch and more from Christopher Ball and the Adderbury Ensemble.

20060126

The selection is united around the theme of trains and railways, including Rumon Gamba conducting the BBC Philharmonic in Richard Rodney Bennett's Murder on the Orient Express. There's also music from Alfred Reynolds, Charles Williams and to end, Nigel Hess' Stephenson's Rocket.

20060202

Music selected by Secretary of the Robert Farnon Society David Ades, plus recordings by composers including Angela Morley, Robert Farnon, David Rose, Clive Richardson, Trevor Duncan and John Fox.

20060209

Light music from the unique Scarborough Spa Orchestra. Recorded for this programme in 2004, Brian Kay talks to MD Simon Kenworthy, flautist Kathryn Seabrook and clarinettist Graham Quilter.

20060216

Brian Kay meets composer and arranger Angela Morley, who talks about her life including the years in Geraldo's orchestra and her work with the Goons, Hancock and John Williams.

20060223

A special edition that celebrated the 75th birthday of composer and arranger Peter Hope. His work ranges from arrangements for Jessye Norman and Jose Carreras, to music for the Spanish royal wedding.

Hear his Irish Legend and Recorder Concerto, both specially recorded for this programme by the BBC Concert Orchestra and Barry Wordsworth, along with perennial favourites such as Mexican Hat Dance.

20060302

Sydney Baynes starts things with Off We Go. There's music by Archibald Joyce and Albert W Ketelby, and the BBC Concert Orchestra play Gordon Langford's selection from Irving Berlin's Top Hat.

20060309

Anthony Hedges' Four Breton Sketches form the centrepiece of the selection, in celebration of his 75th birthday. Plus a tribute to Trevor Duncan, who died in December.

20060316

Eric Coates' Footlights Waltz starts things off, there's music by Peter Hope and Roger Quilter and Gavin Sutherland conducts the strings of the Royal Ballet Sinfonia in Matthew Curtis' Five Dances.

20060323

Music by Roger Quilter, Eric Coates, Peter Hope and Robert Farnon, and a new work by Matthew Curtis - his Five Dances for String Orchestra, with Gavin Sutherland conducting the Royal Ballet Sinfonia.

20060330

Brian Kay presents a programme of Viennese light music, a suite by Robert Docker, and music by Sir Richard Rodney Bennett, in celebration of his 70th birthday.

20060413

Phyllis Tate's Suite London Fields forms the centre piece of the selection, alongside music by Leroy Anderson, Henri Rabaud, Eric Coates and other neglected gems.

20060420

Brian Kay goes for a Quiet Stroll courtesy of Charles Williams and indulges in a slice of Linzertorte. He also marks the anniversary of the death of Robert Farnon, and to end the programme there's music by the Czech composer Karel Komzak who died 100 years before Robert Farnon.

20060427

Eric Wetherell's Airs and Graces forms the centre piece in this selection alongside music by Haydn Wood, Clive Richardson, Christopher Ball and John Fox.

20060504

Brian Kay plays a selection of light classics, including music by Eric Coates, Angela Morley and Frederick Curzon.

20060511

Brian Kay includes works by Anthony Collins, performed by the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by John Wilson; and pieces by Edward Ward and Sidney Torch.

20060518

Light music by Iosif Ivanovici, Bob Haymes and Henry Mancini, plus Charles Wildman's Vienna Concerto, introduced by Brian Kay.

20060525

More light music from an extensive collection, including A Lazy Day by Robert Farnon, The Smokey Mountains Concerto by Richard Addinsell and four short pieces by Derby-born composer Percy Fletcher.

20060601

Brian celebrates the start of this midsummer month with music by Richard Rodgers, Reginald King and the anniversary of the Queen's coronation in stirring marches by Sir Arthur Bliss and Robert Farnon.

20060608

Brian takes a walk down Easy Street with Len Stevens, heads South of the Alps with Ernst Fischer before marching through Vienna with Ernst Track.

20060615

Brian introduces more light classics from his extensive collection, including Three Promenades by Edward Elgar, Robert Docker's Pastiche Variations and Kitten on the Keys, by Zez Confrey.

20060706

A selection of light classics.

Featured performers include Toots Camarata and the Kingsway Symphony; Debroy Somers and his Band, and Richard Crean and the London Palladium Orchestra.

Plus, John Wilson and the BBC Concert Orchestra; and the CBSO, playing music by John Foulds.

A selection of light classics. Featured performers include Toots Camarata and the Kingsway Symphony; Debroy Somers and his Band, and Richard Crean and the London Palladium Orchestra.

Plus, John Wilson and the BBC Concert Orchestra; and the CBSO, playing music by John Foulds.

20060713

The selection begins and ends with film music - Korngold's Captain Blood and a mega-medley of hit songs by Richard Rodgers. Other favourites are provided by the likes of Sidney Torch, Haydn Wood, Eric Coates and David Fanshawe.

20060727

Brian introduces The Smugglers' Song by Marl Lubbock, William Alwyn's Suite of Scottish Dances and An Old Fashioned Sing-along Medley arranged by George Cohan, amongst other light music classics and rarities.

20060803

More light music favourites presented by Brian Kay, including Michael Hurd's Dance Diversions, Ernest Tomlinson's Dick's Maggot and two different takes on a Clockwork Clown by JT Heyward and Edward White.

20060810

Brian Kay's selection of light classics includes Harlequin's Flirtation by Louis Mordish, Cockney Capers by Peter Crantock and Scenes from the Humber by Anthony Hedges.

20060817

Brian Kay introduces a selection of light music including works by Franz Lehár, Edward German and Robert Farnon as well as a minuet and rondo from A Dowland Suite by John Ireland.

20060824

More light music, including Sando Dicker's Crown of Joy, the Celtic Suite by Philip Lord and Haydn Wood's Variations on a Once Popular Humorous Song.

20060831

Brian introduces more light music from the likes of Arthur Pryor, Malcolm Arnold and Wilfred Josephs as well as Anthony Collins' Symphony for Strings No 1. Plus the Pavão Quartet's new recording of classics from the Great American Songbook.

20060907

More light music from Brian Kay's extensive collection, including Lambert Williamson's Music for Rivers of the North of England, Clive Richardson's Chiming Strings and James Langley's Ballet Suite.

20060914

The music of Sir Alexander Mackenzie, Johannes Brahms, Eric Coates and Edward German all feature in the latest selection of light music.

20060921

Brian Kay introduces more light music gems, including Three Folk Dances by Rutland Boughton, and Four Old Fusspots, by Trevor Duncan. Plus, works by Eric Coates, Roger Quilter and George Scott-Wood.

20060928

Brian Kay introduces more light music from his extensive collection, including Arthur Sullivan's Mikado Quadrille, and Alun Hoddinott's Folk Song Suite.

20061005

Brian Kay presents an hour of light music from the likes of Robert Farnon, Stanford Robinson, Roger Roger and Charles Williams.

20061012

Brian Kay presents Hubert Bath's Cornish Rhapsody, Ernst Fischer's Treffpunkt Wien and Robert Farnon's epic Scottish Folk Song Medley, among other light music favourites and rarities.

20061019

Brian Kay plays a selection of light classics, including Gordon Langford's Spirit of London Overture, Gustav Holst's St Paul's Suite and a focus on the music of violinist Alfredo Campoli.

20061026

Brian plays a selection of light classics, including pieces by Alan Langford, Frank Chacksfield, Carl Davis and Peter Hope.

20061102

Brian Kay plays a selection of light classics, including Cedric King Palmer's Jogging Along, Gary Hughes's The Fast Lane, Alfred Reynolds's The Sirens of Southend and Montague Phillips's Old Verona.

20061109

Brian Kay plays a selection of light classics, including music by James Langley, Billy Mayerl, Angela Morley and Zez Confrey.

20061116

Brian Kay introduces more light music favourites and rarities from his extensive collection.

20061123

Brian Kay pays tribute to the late Malcolm Arnold with a selection of light music favourites from his extensive collection, alongside works by Langford and Shostakovich.

20061130

Brian Kay plays a selection of light classics, including Aleksandr Glazunov's Concert Waltz No 1, Philip Lane's Suite of Cotswold Folkdances, and the overture from Orpheus in the Underworld by Jacques Offenbach.

20061207

Brian Kay plays a selection of light classics, including pieces by Adam Carse, Robert Farnon, Roger Roger and Archibald Joyce.

20061214

Brian Kay plays a selection of light classics, including pieces by Roderick Elms, George Gershwin, Robert Farnon and Theodore Bendix.

20061221

Brian Kay introduces a selection of light music with a seasonal flavour, including pieces by Leroy Anderson and Philip Lane alongside arrangements of popular carols.

20061228

Brian Kay plays a selection of light classics, including pieces by Geoffrey Burgon, Joseph Hellmesberger and Arthur Sullivan.

20070104

Brian Kay introduces a selection of light music, including pieces by Gordon Langford, Alfred Reynolds and Percy Whitlock.

20070111
20070118

Brian Kay plays a selection of light classics, pieces by John Fox, Ernest Tomlinson and Victor Young's White, conducted by Frank Sinatra.

20070125

Brian Kay plays a selection of light classics, including music by Juventino Rosas, Leroy Anderson and Edward German's Three Dances from Henry VIII.

20070201

Brian Kay plays a selection of light classics, including pieces by Roger Quilter, Peter Hope and Archibald Joyce.

20070208

Brian Kay plays light classics, including pieces by Robert Farnon, Charles Williams, Frederick Curzon, Angela Morley and Montague Phillips's Four Dances from The Rebel Maid.