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Track
Release title
Artist
Fanfare, Passomezo du Roy, Gaillarde d'escosse
The six wives of Henry VIII
The leaves be green-Version 1
Elizabeth R
The Pallisers
The Pallisers
Dial M for murder
Ricochet (Norrie Paramour BBC Radio 2 theme)
The Forsyte saga
The Forsyte Saga
The Onedin Line
The Forsyte Saga
Who pays the ferryman?
Who pays the ferryman ?
Country counter (A horseman riding by)
Country counter (A horseman riding by)
Matala
Matala
Penmarric
Penmarric
Pride and prejudice
Pride and prejudice
We, the accused
We, the accused
The Nancy Astor theme
Nancy Astor
The Cleopatras
The Cleopatras
Nick Bicat
By the sword divided
By the sword divided
Ken Howard / Alan Blaikley / Consort
Diana
Diana
Stanley Myers
Miss Marple
Miss Marple
Ken Howard / Alan Blaikley / Consort
It's still the same dream (To serve them all my days)
I could be so good for you (Minder)
Kenyon Emrys-Roberts / Don Black / Marti Webb
Someday soon (The Onedin Line)
Someday soon (The Onedin Line)
Khachaturian / Arr. John Altman / Don Black / Marti Webb
Chi mai
Chi Mai (Australian import)
Ennio Morricone
Come Maddelena
Chi Mai (Australian import)
Ennio Morricone
Chi mai
Chi mai (The life and times of David Lloyd George) (New Zealand import)
Ennio Morricone
Come Maddelena
Chi mai (The life and times of David Lloyd George) (New Zealand import)
Ennio Morricone
Adagio of Spartacus and Phrygia (Excerpt) from Spartacus (The Onedin Line)
Adagio of Spartacus and Phrygia (Excerpt) from Spartacus (The Onedin Line)
Khactaturian
The adagio from Spartacus and Phrygia (The Onedin Line)
March of the champions
Khatchachurian / Arr. Garrod
Adagio of Spartacus & Phrygia (The Onedin Line)
Radio 2 presents BBC top tunes
Elizabeth of Glamis (The Forsyte saga)
Radio 2 presents BBC top tunes
The Forsyte saga
My personal choice
The adagio from Spartacus and Phrygia (The Onedin Line)
Friday night is music night
Khatchachurian / Arr. Garrod
Sir John talks about Hamlet
Sir John Gielgud in his greatest roles
Excerpts from Hamlet (Act 1, scene 2 / Act II, scene 2 / Act II, scene 1)
Sir John Gielgud in his greatest roles
William Shakespeare
Act III, scene 4 (The closet scene)
Sir John Gielgud in his greatest roles
William Shakespeare
Excerpts from Richard II (Act III, scene 2 / Act III, scene 3 / Act III, scene 3, Act IV, scene 1)
Sir John Gielgud in his greatest roles
William Shakespeare
Excerpt from King Lear (Act 1, scene 4)
Sir John Gielgud in his greatest roles
William Shakespeare
Excerpt from The Tempest (Act IV, scene 1)
Sir John Gielgud in his greatest roles
William Shakespeare
Chi mai (The life and times of David Lloyd George)
Top BBC TV themes - Volume 4
Ennio Morricone
We the accused
Top BBC TV themes - Volume 4
Daryl Runswick
Poldark
Top BBC TV themes - Volume 4
Emrys-Roberts / The Pro Music Symphony Orchestra conducted by Marcus Dods
I Claudius
Top BBC TV themes - Volume 4
Josephs / The Pro Music Symphony Orchestra conducted by Marcus Dods
The Forsyte saga
On the air - 60 years of BBC themes
The New Symphony Orchestra of London
He's not you (Chi mai - the life and times of David Lloyd George)
Always there - Marti Webb
Ennio Morricone / Don Black
It's still the same dream (To serve them all my days)
Always there - Marti Webb
Kenyon Emrys-Roberts / Don Black
Someday soon (The Onedin Line)
Always there - Marti Webb
Khachaturian / Arr. John Altman / Don Black
I don't hurt anymore (Tender is the night)
Always there - Marti Webb
Richard Rodney Bennett / Don Black
Only love (Mistral's daughter)
Always there - Marti Webb
Vladimir Cosma / Norman Gimbel
Chi mai
The uncommon harp - Ieuan Jones
Ennio Morricone / Arr. Ieuan Jones
Campion
The World of BBC TV themes
The London Film Orchestra, conducted by Nigel Hess
Spartacus (The Onedin Line)
50 BBC TV themes (Australian import)
Khachaturian / Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
Poldark
50 BBC TV themes (Australian import)
Kenyon Emrys-Roberts / Pro Musica Symphony Orchestra
I Claudius
50 BBC TV themes (Australian import)
Josephs / Pro Musica Symphony Orchestra
By the sword divided
50 BBC TV themes (Australian import)
Howard / Blaikley / Consort
The Cleopatras
50 BBC TV themes (Australian import)
Nick Bicat
Pride and prejudice
50 BBC TV themes (Australian import)
Josephs / Patricki Halling Chamber Ensemble
Penmarric
50 BBC TV themes (Australian import)
Hartley / Richard Hartley and the Westminster Sinfonia
Fanfare, passomezo du roy, gaillarde d'escosse (The six wives of Henry VIII)
50 BBC TV themes (Australian import)
Arr. Munroe / Erly Music Consort
The Queen's Almaine
Elizabethan England (US import)
Anonymous / Robert Spencer
"This royal infant"
Elizabethan England (US import)
Shakespeare / Michael Hordern
"Farewell, o worthy Queen!"
Elizabethan England (US import)
Ann Morrish
"She was a lady"
Elizabethan England (US import)
Sir John Hayward / David King
"To promote a woman to beare rule
Elizabethan England (US import)
John Knox / Donald Wolfit
My Lord Willoighby's welcome home
Elizabethan England (US import)
John Dowland / Robert Spencer
"When to her lute Corinna sings"
Elizabethan England (US import)
Thomas Campion / Rene Soames / Walter Gerwig / Johannes Koch
"Let me not to the marriage of true minds"
Elizabethan England (US import)
Shakespeare / Michael Hordern
"I never saw a more beautiful country"
Elizabethan England (US import)
Sir Walter Raleigh / Peter Orr
"O Isabel!"
Elizabethan England (US import)
Shakespeare / Gary Watson / Ann Morrish
"So now must I about this geare"
Elizabethan England (US import)
Christopher Marlowe / Peter Jeffrey / Donald Wolfit / David King / Harvey Hall
"If I should term her the daughter of sedition"
Elizabethan England (US import)
Job Throckmorton / Michael Hordern
"I have strived more this day"
Elizabethan England (US import)
Elizabeth I / Dorothy Tutin
"My good servant"
Elizabethan England (US import)
Mary, Queen of Scots / Ann Morrish
Melancholy Galliard
Elizabethan England (US import)
John Dowland / Robert Spencer
"We have the army of Spain before us"
Elizabethan England (US import)
Sir Francis Drake / Harvey Hall
"My loving people"
Elizabethan England (US import)
Elizabeth I / Dorothy Tutin
Battle Galliard
Elizabethan England (US import)
John Dowland / Robert Spencer
"Holla, ye pampered jades of Asia"
Elizabethan England (US import)
Christopher Marlowe / Donald Wolfit / David King / Peter Jeffrey / Gary Watson / Harvey Hall / Ann Morrish
"Friends, Romans, countrymen"
Elizabethan England (US import)
Shakespeare / Peter Orr
Kempe's jigge
Elizabethan England (US import)
Anonymous / Robert Spencer
"It was a lover and his lass"
Elizabethan England (US import)
Shakespeare / Rene Soames / Walter Gerwig / Johannes Koch
"On the 26th day of September"
Elizabethan England (US import)
John Stow / Gary Watson
"If a woman poison her husband"
Elizabethan England (US import)
Raphael Holinson / Donald Wolfit
"My lovely wanton jewel"
Elizabethan England (US import)
Thomas Morley / Ambrosian Singers
"When I was fair and young, and favor graced me"
Elizabethan England (US import)
Elizabeth I / Dorothy Tutin
Virginal solo
Elizabethan England (US import)
Thomas Morley / Margaret Hodgson
"There will never Queen sit in my seat"
Elizabethan England (US import)
Elizabeth I / Dorothy Tutin
"Our dear Queen doth now bear show"
Elizabethan England (US import)
Sir John Harington / David King
Nunc Dimittis
Elizabethan England (US import)
Thomas Caustun / Purcell Consort of Voices
"23rd March - She hath been in a manner speechless"
Elizabethan England (US import)
John Manningbam / Michael Hordern
"Lord, have mercy upon us"
Elizabethan England (US import)
Lewis Casson / Dorothy Tutin
"Fair Oriana, seeming to wink"
Elizabethan England (US import)
Robert Jones / Purcell Consort of Voices
Macbeth - Part 1
World theatre - 162 - Macbeth (Sides 1 & 4 of 6)
William Shakespeare
Macbeth - Part 4
World theatre - 162 - Macbeth (Sides 1 & 4 of 6)
William Shakespeare
Macbeth - Part 2
World theatre - 162 - Macbeth (Sides 2 & 5 of 6)
William Shakespeare
Macbeth - Part 5
World theatre - 162 - Macbeth (Sides 2 & 5 of 6)
William Shakespeare
Macbeth - Part 3
World theatre - 162 - Macbeth (Sides 3 & 6 of 6)
William Shakespeare
Macbeth - Part 6
World theatre - 162 - Macbeth (Sides 3 & 6 of 6)
William Shakespeare
King Lear - Part 1
World theatre 164 - King Lear (Sides 1 & 4 of 7)
William Shakespeare
King Lear - Part 4
World theatre 164 - King Lear (Sides 1 & 4 of 7)
William Shakespeare
King Lear - Part 2
World theatre 164 - King Lear (Sides 2 & 5 of 7)
William Shakespeare
King Lear - Part 5
World theatre 164 - King Lear (Sides 2 & 5 of 7)
William Shakespeare
King Lear - Part 3
World theatre 164 - King Lear (Sides 3 & 6 of 7)
William Shakespeare
King Lear - Part 6
World theatre 164 - King Lear (Sides 3 & 6 of 7)
William Shakespeare
King Lear - Part 7
World theatre 164 - King Lear (Side 7 of 7)
William Shakespeare
Richard III - Part 1
World theatre - 168 - Richard III (Sides 1 & 4 of 6)
William Shakespeare
Richard III - Part 4
World theatre - 168 - Richard III (Sides 1 & 4 of 6)
William Shakespeare
Richard III - Part 2
World theatre - 168 - Richard III (Sides 2 & 5 of 6)
William Shakespeare
Richard III - Part 5
World theatre - 168 - Richard III (Sides 2 & 5 of 6)
William Shakespeare
Richard III - Part 3
World theatre - 168 - Richard III (Sides 3 & 6 of 6)
William Shakespeare
Richard III - Part 6
World theatre - 168 - Richard III (Sides 3 & 6 of 6)
William Shakespeare
Cymbeline - Part 1
World theatre - 142 - Cymbeline (Sides 1 & 4 of 6)
William Shakespeare
Cymbeline - Part 4
World theatre - 142 - Cymbeline (Sides 1 & 4 of 6)
William Shakespeare
Cymbeline - Part 2
World theatre - 142 - Cymbeline (Sides 2 & 5 of 6)
William Shakespeare
Cymbeline - Part 5
World theatre - 142 - Cymbeline (Sides 2 & 5 of 6)
William Shakespeare
Cymbeline - Part 3
World theatre - 142 - Cymbeline (Sides 3 & 6 of 6)
William Shakespeare
Cymbeline - Part 6
World theatre - 142 - Cymbeline (Sides 3 & 6 of 6)
William Shakespeare
Spartacus (The Onedin Line)
The Onedin Line and other wonderful themes
Khatchachurian / Arr. Newell / Charles
Tender is the night
Telly hits
David Snell
Miss Marple
Telly hits
Consort
Shine on harvest moon
The TV hits album
Part 1
Othello
William Shakespeare
Part 2
Othello
William Shakespeare
Part 3
Othello
William Shakespeare
Part 4
Othello
William Shakespeare
Act I
King Lear
William Shakespeare
Act II Scene 1
King Lear
William Shakespeare
Act III - Scene 4
King Lear
William Shakespeare
Act III - Scene 4
King Lear
William Shakespeare
Act IV - Scene 6
King Lear
William Shakespeare
Act Iv - Scene 6 to end of play
King Lear
William Shakespeare
Peg o' my heart
The singing detective
Bryan / Fisher / Max Harris and his Novelty Trio
Limehouse blues
The singing detective
Furber / Braham / Ambrose and his orchestra
Blues in the night
The singing detective
Arlen / Mercer / Anne Shelton
Dry bones
The singing detective
Livingstone Gearhart / Fred Waring and his Pennsylvanians
Rockin' in rhythm
The singing detective
Ellington / Carney / Mills / The Jungle band
Cruising down the river
The singing detective
Beadell / Tolleaton / Lou Preager and his orchestra
Don't fence me in
The singing detective
Cole Porter / Bing Crosby and the Andrew Sisters
It might as well be Spring
The singing detective
Rodgers / Hammerstein / Dick Haymes
Paper doll
The singing detective
J. Black / The Mills Brothers
Lili Marlene
The singing detective
Schultze / Leip / Connor / Lale Anderson
I get along without you very well
The singing detective
Carmichael / Lew Stone and his band
Do I worry?
The singing detective
Cowan / Worth / The Ink Spots
Ac-cent-tchu-ate the positive
The singing detective
Arlen / Mercer / Bing Crosby and the Andrew Sisters
You always hurt the one you love
The singing detective
Roberts / Fisher / The Mills Brothers
After you've gone
The singing detective
Creamer / Layton / Al Jolson with Matty Malneck's orchestra and the Four Hits and a Miss
It's a lovely day tomorrow
The singing detective
Berlin / Jack Payne and his orchestra
Into each life some rain must fall
The singing detective
Roberts / Fisher / Ella Fitzgerald and the Ink Spots
The very thought of you
The singing detective
Noble / Al Bowlly with the Ray Noble orchestra
The teddy bears' picnic
The singing detective
Kennedy / Henry Hall and his orchestra
We'll meet again
The singing detective
Parker / Charles / Vera Lynn with Arthur Young at the Novachord
Chi mai (The life and times of David Lloyd George)
The uncommon harp - Ieuan Jones
Ennio Morricone / Arr. Ieuan Jones
Campion
The World of BBC TV themes
The London Film Orchestra, conducted by Nigel Hess
Tender is the night
The best of BBC TV's themes
Richard Rodney Bennett
Miss Marple
The best of BBC TV's themes
Ken Howard / Alan Blaikley / Consort
Chi mai (The life and times of David lloyd George)
The best of BBC TV's themes
Ennio Morricone
To have and to hold
Always there - Marti Webb
John Worth / Don Black
He's not you (Cha mai, theme from 'The life and times of David Lloyd George)
Always there - Marti Webb
Ennio Morricone
It's still the same dream (theme from 'To serve them all my days')
Always there - Marti Webb
Kenyon Emrys Roberts / Don Black
Someday soon (theme from 'The Onedin Line')
Always there - Marti Webb
Khacharturian / Arr. John Altman / Don Black
I don't trust anymore (theme from 'Tender is the night')
Always there - Marti Webb
Richard Rodney Bennett / Don Black
Only love (theme from 'Mistral's daughter')
Always there - Marti Webb
Vladimir Cosma / Norman Gimbel
Miss Marple
Top TV themes
Howard / Blaikley
The Onedin line
20 top TV and movie hits
Khachaturian / Norrie Paramor and the Midnight Light Orchestra
Chi mai (The life and times of David Lloyd George)
20 top TV and movie hits
E. Morricone
Heartbeat
The best of British television
Montgomery / Petty
Poirot
The a to z of British TV themes - Volume 3
Christopher Gunning
Adagio from Spartacus (The Onedin Line)
Great British TV themes
Aram Khachaturian

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