- Unknown: Julian Tutt
- Unknown: Simon Weston.
- Producer: Peter Griffiths.
|Programme Catalogue - Details: 19900616||19900616||Producer: GRIFFITHS, Peter|
SBH:The Trooping the Colour of the 1st Battalion of the Welsh Guards, on the Queen's 64th official birthday.
Music from the Massed Mounted Bands of the Household Cavalry and the Massed Bands and Corp of Drums of the Guards Division.
Commentator Julian Tutt, who is joined by former Welsh Guardsman Simon Weston.
16 Jun 1990 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)
Julian Tutt (comm)
Peter Griffiths (Producer)
Simon Weston (Speaker)
Notes: CAIRS 567260
|Programme Catalogue - Details: Master Of Military Music||19900616||Producer: I.|
Next in series: 15 June 1991
Previous in series: 16 June 1990
The great crescendo of an army musician's career is to become Senior Director of Music, Guards Division.
John HOSKEN's programme traces the historic routes of the role while Senior Directors of music reminisce.
documentaries (programme format)
music programmes (genre)
trooping the colour
welsh guards (regiment)
kneller hall army music school
band leaders (instrumental music)
16 Jun 1990 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 3)
16 Jun 1990 10:30-10:45 (RADIO 4)
Irene Mallis (Producer)
Frank Renton (Speaker)
Richard Ridings (Speaker)
Peter Hanham (Speaker)
Recorded on 1990-06-14
|19980612||Frank Renton, ex-director of music for the British Army, takes a look behind the scenes at tomorrow's event and discovers the hard work that goes into staging the full troop.|
Featuring some of the music the massed bands will perform.
|Genome: [r4 Bd=19910615]||Horse Guards Parade in London is the setting for the annual Sovereign's Birthday Parade in which HM The Queen takes the salute of the 2nd Battalion Grenadier Guards. Music by the Massed Mounted Bands of the Household Cavalry and Guards Division. Commentator: Tom Fleming. Producer David France. Stereo |
ContributorsCommentator: Tom Fleming.
Producer: David France.
|Genome: [r4 Bd=19920613]||Horse Guards Parade in London is the setting for the annual Sovereign's|
Birthday Parade in which Her Majesty the Queen takes the salute of the First Battalion, Grenadier Guards, with music by the Massed Mounted Bands of the Household Cavalry and Guards Division.
Producer David France
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|Genome: [r4 Bd=19930612]||In 1927 Radio Times gave notice of the first ever radio commentary of Trooping the Colour, the ceremony which also serves as "The Queen's Birthday Parade". Russell Davies begins today's broadcast from Horse Guards Parade with a look back through the BBC archives. Then, from about 10.50, Tom Fleming describes the scene. Producer David France|