The Man That Got Away

The Harold Arlen Story.

Marking the centenary of the American songwriter who wrote some of the 20th Century's most popular music, including the scores of the Wizard of Oz and A Star is Born.

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20050218

The Harold Arlen Story. 1/4. Marking the centenary of the American songwriter who wrote some of the 20th Century's most popular music, including the scores of the Wizard of Oz and A Star is Born.

20050225

The Harold Arlen Story. 2/4. Marking the centenary of the American songwriter who wrote some of the 20th Century's most popular music, including the scores of the Wizard of Oz and A Star is Born.

20050304

The Harold Arlen Story. 3/4. Marking the centenary of the American songwriter who wrote some of the 20th Century's most popular music, including the scores of the Wizard of Oz and A Star is Born.

20050311

The Harold Arlen Story. Part 4: The series ends with a then and now look at the writer and why his songs are so timeless. Classic versions rub shoulders with the singers who record Harold Arlen today.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Philip Norman Dur, 81'01"19900728

BBC Programme Number: 86DA9377

First broadcast on 1987-09-07

Recorded on 1987-08-09

Producer: P. KAVANAGH

Next in series: THE HAROLD ARLEN STORY;PROGRAMME 1

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Description

Monday Play by Philip NORMAN. Hedley looks forward to a holiday with his mot-

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

07 Sep 1987 20:15-21:45 (RADIO 4)

12 Sep 1987 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

28 Jul 1990 14:30-15:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Brian Hewlett (Actor)

Anthony Jackson (Actor)

Michael Cochrane (Actor)

Stephen Tompkinson (Actor)

Peter Woodthorpe (Actor)

Manning Wilson (Actor)

Susie Brann (Actor)

Zelah Clarke (Actor)

Victoria Carling (Actor)

Ian Thompson (Actor)

Patsy Byrne (Actor)

Marian Diamond (Actor)

Daniel Evans (Actor)

James Holland (Actor)

Ashley Clark (Actor)

Philip Norman (Author)

Peter Kavanagh (Producer)

First broadcast on 1987-09-07

Producer: P. KAVANAGH

Next in series: THE HAROLD ARLEN STORY;PROGRAMME 1

Description

Monday Play by Philip NORMAN. Hedley looks forward to a holiday with his mot-

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

07 Sep 1987 20:15-21:45 (RADIO 4)

12 Sep 1987 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

28 Jul 1990 14:30-15:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Brian Hewlett (Actor)

Anthony Jackson (Actor)

Michael Cochrane (Actor)

Stephen Tompkinson (Actor)

Peter Woodthorpe (Actor)

Manning Wilson (Actor)

Susie Brann (Actor)

Zelah Clarke (Actor)

Victoria Carling (Actor)

Ian Thompson (Actor)

Patsy Byrne (Actor)

Marian Diamond (Actor)

Daniel Evans (Actor)

James Holland (Actor)

Ashley Clark (Actor)

Philip Norman (Author)

Peter Kavanagh (Producer)

Recorded on 1987-08-09

Programme Catalogue - Station

Radio 4

0120050218

The Harold Arlen Story.

Marking the centenary of the American songwriter who wrote some of the 20th Century's most popular music, including the scores of the Wizard of Oz and A Star is Born.

0120050218

The Harold Arlen Story.

Marking the centenary of the American songwriter who wrote some of the 20th Century's most popular music, including the scores of the Wizard of Oz and A Star is Born.

0220050225
0220050225
0320050304
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04 LAST20050311

The series ends with a then and now look at the writer and why his songs are so timeless.

Classic versions rub shoulders with the singers who record Harold Arlen today.

04 LAST20050311

The series ends with a then and now look at the writer and why his songs are so timeless.

Classic versions rub shoulders with the singers who record Harold Arlen today.