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Live from the Henry Wellcome Auditorium, Andrew McGregor is joined by psychologist Lauren Stewart and composer and pianist Neil Brand to explore the neurological basis of 'the tingle factor' through discussion and musical demonstration. Both performers and listeners experience acute moments of peak emotion through music: how is it that music produces these feelings?

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Playwright Alan Ayckbourn talks to Robin Ray about the music that makes him emotional.

Musical, artistic or literary personalities share which pieces thrill them, and why.

Playwright Sir Alan Ayckbourn talks to Robin Ray about the music which stirs his emotions. Recorded in Scarborough.

In between his music choices, Alan remembers his musical father, recounts some of his successes and flops - and how he became the owner of a special cat.

Producer: Andrew Mussett

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1992.

Playwright Alan Ayckbourn talks to Robin Ray about the music which stirs his emotions.

Playwright Sir Alan Ayckbourn talks to Robin Ray about the music which stirs his emotions. Recorded in Scarborough.

In between his music choices, Alan remembers his musical father, recounts some of his successes and flops - and how he became the owner of a special cat.

Producer: Andrew Mussett

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1992.

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The humorist talks about the music that stirs his emotions, including Louis Armstrong.

The humorist talks about the music that stirs strong emotion, including Louis Armstrong.

Humorist Alan Coren talks to Robin Ray about the music that stirs strong emotion, including Louis Armstrong. From September 1990.

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The late broadcaster, author and journalist shares his favourite music and poetry.

Times columnist Bernard Levin shares the moments from music and poetry that thrill him.

Former Times columnist Bernard Levin shares the moments from music and poetry that thrill him with Robin Ray. From July 1989.

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The novelist shares with Robin Ray her memories of listening to the family wireless.

The novelist looks back to the family wireless for moments which stir strong emotions.

Novelist Beryl Bainbridge looks back to the family wireless for moments which stir strong emotions. With Robin Ray. From July 1991.

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The film director, actor, screenwriter and novelist Bryan Forbes talks to Robin Ray.

Musical, artistic or literary personalities share which pieces thrill them, and why.

Film director, actor, screenwriter and novelist Bryan Forbes talks to Robin Ray about the music that moves him.

Recalling his life and career highlights, Bryan's selection includes the work of Puccini, John Barry and Elton John.

Producer: Emma Kingsley

Bryan Forbes CBE was born: 1926 and died 2013.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1991.

Robin Ray 's guest is Bryan Forbes.

Contributors

Unknown: Robin Ray

Unknown: Bryan Forbes.

Bryan Forbes talks to Robin Ray about certain moments in music which send a shiver down his spine. Producer Emma Kingsley

Stereo

Contributors

Talks: Bryan Forbes

Unknown: Robin Ray

Producer: Emma Kingsley

Film director, actor, screenwriter and novelist Bryan Forbes talks to Robin Ray about the music that moves him.

Recalling his life and career highlights, Bryan's selection includes the work of Puccini, John Barry and Elton John.

Bryan Forbes CBE was born: 1926 and died 2013.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1991.

Claire Rayner1995090519950909

First broadcast on 1995-09-05

Producer: R.

ABBOTT

Next in series: Ned Sherrin

Previous in series: 29 August 1995

Broadcast history

05 Sep 1995 14:32-15:00 (RADIO 4)

09 Sep 1995 23:00-23:30 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1995-08-17.

David Puttnam1990091820180509 (BBC7)
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talks with Robin Ray about the sounds which stir his emotions.

Musical, artistic or literary personalities share which pieces thrill them, and why.

talks with Robin Ray about the sounds which stir his emotions.

Musical, artistic or literary personalities share which pieces thrill them, and why.

talks with Robin Ray about those sounds which stir his emotions.

Film producer and educator David Puttnam talks to Robin Ray about the sounds which stirs his emotions.

Recalling his upbringing and looking back over his career, David's selection includes speeches by Robert de Niro and Teddy Kennedy.

Producer: Andrew Mussett

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1990.

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The comedian talks to Jeremy Nicholas about the music that stirs his emotions.

Musical, artistic or literary personalities share which pieces thrill them, and why.

The comedian talks to Jeremy Nicholas about the music that stirs strong emotions.

4 Extra Debut. Comedian Dudley Moore talks to Jeremy Nicholas about the music that stirs strong emotions, including Bach. From July 1992.

Comedian Dudley Moore talks to Jeremy Nicholas about the music that stirs strong emotions, including Bach. From July 1992.

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The return of the NEW series in which

Robin Ray talks to guests about moments in music which send a shiver down their spine. Today:

Dame Judi Dench.

Producer Andrew Mussett

Contributors

Talks: Robin Ray

Unknown: Dame Judi Dench.

Producer: Andrew Mussett

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ucuf The return of the series in which

Robin Ray talks to guests about moments in music which send a shiver down their spine. Today:

Dame Judi Dench.

Contributors

Talks: Robin Ray

Unknown: Dame Judi Dench.

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Robin Ray talks to guests about certain moments in music which send a shiver down their spine.

Today: Peter Skellem Producer Andrew Mussett

Contributors

Talks: Robin Ray

Unknown: Peter Skellem

Producer: Andrew Mussett

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Robin Ray talks to guests about certain moments in music which send a shivei down their spine.

Today: Peter Skellern Stereo

Contributors

Talks: Robin Ray

Unknown: Peter Skellern

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Robin Ray talks to guests about certain moments in music which send a shiver down their spine. This week:

John Williams

Producer Emma Kingsley

Contributors

Talks: Robin Ray

Producer: Emma Kingsley

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Robin Ray talks to guests about certain moments in music which send a shiver down their spine. Today: John Williams

Stereo

Contributors

Talks: Robin Ray

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Robin Ray talks to guests about certain moments in music which send a shiver down their spine.

Today: Beryl Bainbridge Producer Caroline Adams

Contributors

Talks: Robin Ray

Unknown: Beryl Bainbridge

Producer: Caroline Adams

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Robin Ray 's guest is Beryl Bainbridge.

Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Robin Ray

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Robin Ray talks to guests about moments in music which send a shiver down their spine.

Today: Richard Ingrams Producer Andrew Mussett

Contributors

Talks: Robin Ray

Unknown: Richard Ingrams

Producer: Andrew Mussett

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Guest Richard Ingrams.

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Ingrams.

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Robin Ray talks to guests about certain moments in music which send a shiver down their spine.

Today: Ronald Harwood Producer Andrew Mussett

Contributors

Talks: Robin Ray

Unknown: Ronald Harwood

Producer: Andrew Mussett

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Robin Ray talks to guests about certain moments in music which send a shiver down their spine. This week:

Ronald Harwood

Stereo

Contributors

Talks: Robin Ray

Unknown: Ronald Harwood

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Robin Ray talks to guests about certain moments in music which send a shiver down their spine.

Today: Detta O'Cathain, OBE, Managing Director of the Barbican Centre in London.

Producer Emma Kingsley. Stereo

Contributors

Talks: Robin Ray

Producer: Emma Kingsley.

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Robin Ray 's guest is

Detta O'Cathain , managing director of the Barbican

Centre in London.

Stereo (Broadcast last Tuesda:

Contributors

Unknown: Robin Ray

Unknown: Detta O'Cathain

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This week Robin Ray talks to Jill Gomez.

Producer Emma Kingsley. Stereo

Contributors

Talks: Robin Ray

Unknown: Jill Gomez.

Producer: Emma Kingsley.

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Robin Ray talks to Jill Gomez.

Stereo

Contributors

Talks: Robin Ray

Unknown: Jill Gomez.

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Terry Hands is

Robin Ray 's guest.

Producer Caroline Adams. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Terry Hands

Unknown: Robin Ray

Producer: Caroline Adams.

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Terry Hands is

Robin Ray 's guest.

Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Terry Hands

Unknown: Robin Ray

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John Dankworth is Robin Ray 's guest.

Producer Caroline Adams. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: John Dankworth

Unknown: Robin Ray

Producer: Caroline Adams.

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John Dankworth is

Robin Ray 's guest.

Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: John Dankworth

Unknown: Robin Ray

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Barbara Amiel is

Robin Ray 's guest.

Producer Caroline Adams. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Barbara Amiel

Unknown: Robin Ray

Producer: Caroline Adams.

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Barbara Amiel is

Robin Ray 's guest.

Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Barbara Amiel

Unknown: Robin Ray

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Sir Roy Strong is Robin Ray 's guest, in the last of the present series.

Producer Caroline Adams. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Roy Strong

Unknown: Robin Ray

Producer: Caroline Adams.

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Sir Roy Strong is

Robin Ray 's guest, in the last of the series.

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Roy Strong

Unknown: Robin Ray

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Peter Skellern talks to

Robin Ray about certain moments in music which send a shiver down his spine.

Producer Andrew Mussett Stereo

Contributors

Talks: Peter Skellern

Unknown: Robin Ray

Producer: Andrew Mussett

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Sir Antony Jay is

Robin Ray 's guest.

Producer Edwina Wolstencroft Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Antony Jay

Unknown: Robin Ray

Producer: Edwina Wolstencroft

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DettaO'Cathain,

Managing Director of London's Barbican Centre, talks to Robin Ray. Producer Emma Kingsley Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Robin Ray.

Producer: Emma Kingsley

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I In the first of a new series,

Glenda Jackson reveals to

Jeremy Nicholas those moments in music that send a shiver down her spine. Producer Ray Abbott

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Glenda Jackson talks to

Jeremy Nicholas.

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Saxophonist and club owner Ronnie Scott reveals to Jeremy Nicholas those moments in music that send a shiver down his spine. producer Ray Abbott

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Ronnie Scott talks to Jeremy Nicholas.

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Former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath reveals to Jeremy Nicholas those moments in music that send a shiver down his spine. Producer Ray Abbott

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Writer and broadcaster Joan Bakewell reveals to Jeremy Nicholas those moments in music that send a shiver down her spine. Producer Ray Abbott

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Joan Bakewell talks to Jeremy Nicholas.

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Astronomer and broadcaster Heather Couper reveals to Jeremy Nicholas those moments in music that send a shiver down her spine. Producer Ray Abbott

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Conductor Barry Wordsworth , who will be in charge at the Last Night of the Proms, talks about his favourite music with Jeremy Nicholas. Producer Ray Abbott

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Conductor Barry Wordsworth reveals to Jeremy Nicholas those moments in music that send a shiver down his spine.

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In the last of the series, dress designer David Emanuel talks to Jeremy Nicholas.

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In the first in a new series, Tim Rice reveals to Jeremy Nicholas those moments in music which send a shiver down his spine.

Producer Ray Abbott

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Tim Rice reveals to Jeremy Nicholas those moments in music which send a shiver down his spine.

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Gerald Kaufman reveals to Jeremy Nicholas those moments in music which send a shiver down his spine. Producer Ray Abbott

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with Gerald Kaufman.

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Singer Teresa Cahill reveals to Jeremy Nicholas those moments in music which send a shiver down her spine. Producer Ray Abbott

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with singer Teresa Cahill.

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Film composer Ron Goodwin reveals to Jeremy Nicholas those moments in music which send a shiver down his spine.

Producer Ray Abbott

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with film composer Ron Goodwin.

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Film director Michael Winner reveals to

Jeremy Nicholas those moments in music which send a shiver down his spine.

Producer Ray Abbott

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with film director Michael Winner.

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Violinist Tasmin Little reveals to Jeremy Nicholas those moments in music that send a shiver down her spine. Producer Ray Abbott

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with violinist Tasmin Little.

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In the last of the current series, Lord

Menuhin reveals to Jeremy Nicholas those moments in music that send a shiver down his spine. Producer Ray Abbott

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In the last of the series, Yehudi Menuhin reveals those moments in music that send a shiver down his spine.

Producer Ray Abbott

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In the first of six programmes, Jeremy Nicholas asks people about those moments in music that send a shiver down their spine. Today, playwight Alan Plater enthuses about the speech of his native Tyneside and the world of jazz.

Producer Ray Abbott. Rptd Saturday 11.00pm

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In the first of six programmes, Jeremy Nicholas asks playwright Alan Plater about those moments in music that send a shiver down his spine. Repeated from Tuesday

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Jeremy Nicholas asks six people about those moments in music that send a shiver down their spine.

2: The American conductor Leonard Slatkin

reveals the source of his

"tingles", ranging from the music of Liszt and Fritz Kreisler to the Beatles. Producer Ray Abbott. Rptd Sat 11.00pm

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Jeremy Nicholas asks conductor

Leonard Slatkin about the music that sends a shiver down his spine. Repeated from Tuesday

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In the third of six programmes, author Claire Rayner , who is also Britain's best-known agony aunt, reveals to Jeremy Nicholas those moments in music that send a shiver down her spine.

Producer Ray Abbott

Repeated Saturday at 11.00pm

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The third of six programmes, author

Claire Rayner , who is also Britain's best-known agony aunt, reveals to Jeremy Nicholas those moments in music that send a shiver down her spine. Repeated from Tuesday

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"I'm word-oriented rather than music-oriented", says writer/ producer/ director/broadcaster Ned Sherrin , who, in conversation with Jeremy Nicholas , reveals those moments in performance that send a shiver down the spine.

Producer Ray Abbott

Repeated Saturday at 11.00pm

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Ned Sherrin tells Jeremy Nicholas about moments in performance that send a shiver down his spine. Repeated from Tuesday

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Actress and musical star Ruthie

Henshall talks to Jeremy Nicholas about those moments in music that send a shiver down her spine.

Producer Ray Abbott. Rptd Sat 11.00pm

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Actress and musical star Ruthie Henshall talks to Jeremy Nicholas. Repeated from Tuesday

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In the last of the series, Lord Gowrie, chairman of the Arts Council of England, talks to Jeremy Nicholas about those moments in music that send a shiver down his spine.

Producer Ray Abbott. Rptd Sat 11.00pm

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In the last of the series, Lord Gowrie, Chairman of the Arts Council of England, talks to Jeremy Nicholas about those moments in music that send a shiver down his spine. Repeated from Tuesday

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Beatles producer and composer George Martin talks about music which stirs his emotions.

Beatles record producer and composer Sir George Martin, talks to Jeremy Nicholas about the music which stirs his emotions.

In between his music choices, George looks back over his wide-ranging career. From early classical music record making, through comedy records to signing The Beatles in 1962 - he reveals what it was like to work with John Lennon and Paul McCartney.

Sir George Martin was born in 1926 and died in 2016.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1992.

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Jazz singer George Melly talks about the music that stirs up his emotions.

Musical, artistic or literary personalities share which pieces thrill them, and why.

Jazz singer George Melly talks about the music that stirs strong emotions.

Jazz singer George Melly talks to Jeremy Nicholas about the music that stirs strong emotions, including Wagner. From September 1992.

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The actress and writer talks to Robin Ray about the music that stirs her emotions.

The actress and writer talks to Robin Ray about the music which stirs strong emotion.

4 Extra Debut. Actress and writer Joanna Lumley talks to Robin Ray about the music and even birdsong which stirs strong emotion. From August 1990.

Actress and writer Joanna Lumley talks to Robin Ray about the music and even birdsong which stirs strong emotion. From August 1990.

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explains why certain moments in music send a shiver down his spine.

Writer and theatre director, Sir Jonathan Miller talks to Jeremy Nicholas about those moments in music which send a shiver down his spine.

Recalling his life and career - Jonathan's selection ranges from Tchaikovsky to the gripping theme from Dick Barton - Special Agent.

Producer: Andrew Mussett

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1992.

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Film director Ken Russell talks about the music that makes him emotional.

Musical, artistic or literary personalities share which pieces thrill them, and why.

Film director Ken Russell talks about the music that stirs strong emotions including Elgar

Ken Russell: Film director Ken Russell talks to Jeremy Nicholas about the music that stirs strong emotions, including Elgar. From September 1992.

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Author of The Virgin Soldiers talks to Robin Ray about music which stirs strong emotions.

Musical, artistic or literary personalities share which pieces thrill them, and why.

Leslie Thomas, Welsh born author of 'The Virgin Soldiers', talks to Robin Ray about the music which stirs his emotions.

In between his music choices, Leslie recalls becoming orphaned and life in a children's home, his national service and how he became a journalist and novelist.

Producer: Andrew Mussett
First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1990.

Author of The Virgin Soldiers talks to Robin Ray about music which stirs strong emotions.

Musical, artistic or literary personalities share which pieces thrill them, and why.

Leslie Thomas, Welsh born author of 'The Virgin Soldiers', talks to Robin Ray about the music which stirs his emotions.

In between his music choices, Leslie recalls becoming orphaned and life in a children's home, his national service and how he became a journalist and novelist.

Producer: Andrew Mussett
First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1990.

Leslie Thomas, Welsh born author of 'The Virgin Soldiers', talks to Robin Ray about the music which stirs his emotions.

In between his music choices, Leslie recalls becoming orphaned and life in a children's home, his national service and how he became a journalist and novelist.

Producer: Andrew Mussett

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1990.

, Welsh born author of 'The Virgin Soldiers', talks to Robin Ray about the music which stirs his emotions.

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First broadcast on 1995-09-26

Producer: R.

ABBOTT

Previous in series: RUTHIE HENSHAWE

Broadcast history

26 Sep 1995 14:32-15:00 (RADIO 4)

30 Sep 1995 23:00-23:30 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1995-09-17.

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talks to Jeremy Nicholas about the music that moves him.

TV and radio presenter Michael Aspel talks to Jeremy Nicholas about the music that moves him.

Recalling his life and precarious career path - including the strain of host Miss World - Michael's selection is very film-based and includes the theme from Gone With The Wind.

Producer: Andrew Mussett

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1992.

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The comic actor explains why certain tracks have the power to send tingles down his spine.

The comic, actor and original Goon tells Robin Ray why certain tracks have the power to send tingles down his spine. From September 1989.

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Film director Michael Winner talks about the music that makes him emotional.

Musical, artistic or literary personalities share which pieces thrill them, and why.

Film director Michael Winner talks about the music that stirs his emotions.

Film director Michael Winner talks to Jeremy Nicholas about the music that stirs his emotions, including Gene Kelly. From June 1994.

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The showbiz all-rounder talks about the moments which stir his emotions.

Musical, artistic or literary personalities share which pieces thrill them, and why.

'I'm word-oriented rather than music-oriented.'

Ned Sherrin shares those moments in performance which send a shiver down the spine with Jeremy Nicholas.

From Cleo Laine to The Kinks, the writer/producer/director/broadcaster also looks back over his life and career.

Producer: Ray Abbott

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1993.

The showbiz all-rounder talks about the moments, many word-oriented, which stir emotions.

Showbiz all-rounder Ned Sherrin tells Jeremy Nicholas about the moments, many word-oriented, which stir his emotions. From September 1995.

First broadcast on 1995-09-12

Producer: R.

ABBOTT

Next in series: RUTHIE HENSHAWE

Previous in series: CLAIRE RAYNER

Broadcast history

12 Sep 1995 14:32-15:00 (RADIO 4)

16 Sep 1995 23:00-23:30 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1995-07-10.

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talks with Robin Ray about those sounds which stir his emotions.

Musical, artistic or literary personalities share which pieces thrill them, and why.

Singer-songwriter and pianist, Peter Skellern talks to Robin Ray about the sounds which stirs his emotions.

Recalling his life and career, Peter's selection includes Ketty Lester, Phil Harris and commentary from a legendary Apollo spaceflight.

Producer: Andrew Mussett
First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1991.

talks with Robin Ray about those sounds which stir his emotions.

Musical, artistic or literary personalities share which pieces thrill them, and why.

Singer-songwriter and pianist, Peter Skellern talks to Robin Ray about the sounds which stirs his emotions.

Recalling his life and career, Peter's selection includes Ketty Lester, Phil Harris and commentary from a legendary Apollo spaceflight.

Producer: Andrew Mussett
First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1991.

Pianist Peter Skellern talks with Robin Ray about those sounds which stir his emotions.

Singer-songwriter and pianist, Peter Skellern talks to Robin Ray about the sounds which stirs his emotions.

Recalling his life and career, Peter's selection includes Ketty Lester, Phil Harris and commentary from a legendary Apollo spaceflight.

Producer: Andrew Mussett

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1991,.

Programme Catalogue - Details: ned Sherrin19950912

Producer: R.

ABBOTT

Next in series: RUTHIE HENSHAWE

Previous in series: CLAIRE RAYNER

Broadcast history

12 Sep 1995 14:32-15:00 (RADIO 4)

16 Sep 1995 23:00-23:30 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1995-07-10.

Programme Catalogue - Details: ned Sherrin19950916

First broadcast on 1995-09-12

Producer: R.

ABBOTT

Next in series: RUTHIE HENSHAWE

Previous in series: CLAIRE RAYNER

Broadcast history

12 Sep 1995 14:32-15:00 (RADIO 4)

16 Sep 1995 23:00-23:30 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1995-07-10.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 29 August 199519950902

First broadcast on 1995-08-29

Producer: R.

ABBOTT

Next in series: CLAIRE RAYNER

Previous in series: 22 August 1995

Broadcast history

29 Aug 1995 14:32-15:00 (RADIO 4)

02 Sep 1995 23:00-23:30 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1995-07-21.

Producer: R. ABBOTT

Programme Catalogue - Details: Claire Rayner19950905

Producer: R.

ABBOTT

Next in series: Ned Sherrin

Previous in series: 29 August 1995

Broadcast history

05 Sep 1995 14:32-15:00 (RADIO 4)

09 Sep 1995 23:00-23:30 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1995-08-17.

Producer: R. ABBOTT

Programme Catalogue - Details: Claire Rayner19950909

First broadcast on 1995-09-05

Producer: R.

ABBOTT

Next in series: Ned Sherrin

Previous in series: 29 August 1995

Broadcast history

05 Sep 1995 14:32-15:00 (RADIO 4)

09 Sep 1995 23:00-23:30 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1995-08-17.

Producer: R. ABBOTT

Programme Catalogue - Details: Lord Gowrie19950926

Producer: R.

ABBOTT

Previous in series: RUTHIE HENSHAWE

Broadcast history

26 Sep 1995 14:32-15:00 (RADIO 4)

30 Sep 1995 23:00-23:30 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1995-09-17.

Producer: R. ABBOTT

Programme Catalogue - Details: Lord Gowrie19950930

First broadcast on 1995-09-26

Producer: R.

ABBOTT

Previous in series: RUTHIE HENSHAWE

Broadcast history

26 Sep 1995 14:32-15:00 (RADIO 4)

30 Sep 1995 23:00-23:30 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1995-09-17.

Producer: R. ABBOTT

Programme Catalogue - Details: Ned Sherrin19950912

Producer: R. ABBOTT

Next in series: RUTHIE HENSHAWE

Previous in series: CLAIRE RAYNER

Broadcast history

12 Sep 1995 14:32-15:00 (RADIO 4)

16 Sep 1995 23:00-23:30 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1995-07-10

Programme Catalogue - Details: Ned Sherrin19950916

First broadcast on 1995-09-12

Producer: R. ABBOTT

Next in series: RUTHIE HENSHAWE

Previous in series: CLAIRE RAYNER

Broadcast history

12 Sep 1995 14:32-15:00 (RADIO 4)

16 Sep 1995 23:00-23:30 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1995-07-10

Programme Catalogue - Details: Ruthie Henshawe19950919

Producer: R.

ABBOTT

Next in series: LORD GOWRIE

Previous in series: Ned Sherrin

Broadcast history

19 Sep 1995 14:32-15:00 (RADIO 4)

23 Sep 1995 23:00-23:30 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1995-09-08.

Producer: R. ABBOTT

Programme Catalogue - Details: Ruthie Henshawe19950923

First broadcast on 1995-09-19

Producer: R.

ABBOTT

Next in series: LORD GOWRIE

Previous in series: Ned Sherrin

Broadcast history

19 Sep 1995 14:32-15:00 (RADIO 4)

23 Sep 1995 23:00-23:30 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1995-09-08.

Producer: R. ABBOTT

Programme Catalogue - Station

Radio 4

Richard Ingrams1991071620180523 (BBC7)
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shares with Robin Ray the music that stirs his emotions.

Musical, artistic or literary personalities share which pieces thrill them, and why.

tells Robin Ray about music which stirs his emotions.

4 Extra Debut. Former Private Eye and The Oldie editor Richard Ingrams tells Robin Ray about music which stirs his emotions. From July 1991.

Ronald Harwood1991072320180530 (BBC7)
20160712 (BBC7)
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tells Robin Ray about moments in music which send a shiver down his spine.

Musical, artistic or literary personalities share which pieces thrill them, and why.

Distinguished writer of plays and screenplays, Sir Ronald Harwood tells Robin Ray about certain moments in music which send a shiver down his spine.

Recalling his life and career highlights, including The Dresser, his selection includes Stravinsky, Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong.

Producer: Andrew Mussett

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1991.

tells Robin Ray about moments in music which send a shiver down his spine.

Distinguished writer of plays and screenplays, Sir Ronald Harwood tells Robin Ray about certain moments in music which send a shiver down his spine.

Recalling his life and career highlights, including The Dresser, his selection includes Stravinsky, Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong.

Producer: Andrew Mussett

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1991.

Roy Strong20141202 (BBC7)
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The historian talks about the music that stirs his emotions, including Tchaikovsky.

The historian talks about the music which stirs strong emotion, including Tchaikovsky.

Historian Sir Roy Strong talks to Robin Ray about the music which stirs strong emotion, including Tchaikovsky. From September 1991.

Ruthie Henshawe1995091919950923

First broadcast on 1995-09-19

Producer: R.

ABBOTT

Next in series: LORD GOWRIE

Previous in series: Ned Sherrin

Broadcast history

19 Sep 1995 14:32-15:00 (RADIO 4)

23 Sep 1995 23:00-23:30 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1995-09-08.

Spike Milligan20141014 (BBC7)
20141015 (BBC7)

explains to Robin Ray why musical moments enrich his life. From July 1989.

Comedian, writer and jazz musician Spike Milligan explains to presenter Robin Ray why certain musical moments enrich his life. It's a rare opportunity to hear Milligan talk about influential pieces of music ranging from jazz to opera. Milligan includes a performance (The Queen Of The Night's Aria) which he thoroughly enjoys because it's so "awful".

Milligan started out as a band musician in order to earn money. Music ran in his family and he played the guitar and the trumpet, before war interrupted his musical career.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in July 1989.

Thora Hird20141104 (BBC7)
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20180124 (BBC7)

shares the evocative sounds, music and singing that move her to tears.

Thora Hird shares the evocative sounds, music and singing which can move her to tears.

Actress Dame Thora Hird talks to Robin Ray about the evocative sounds, music and singing which can move her to tears. From 1990.

shares the evocative sounds, music and singing which can move her to tears.