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"John Barry - The Lost Tapes", BBC radio programme, June 26

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From the BBC website
"Eddi Fiegel explores the music of John Barry, drawing on a previously lost interview which gives a revealing insight into the British composer’s early film career and songwriting processes.
John Barry, who passed away last year, was best known for his scores for the early James Bond films, as well as Midnight Cowboy, Out of Africa and Dances With Wolves.
The winner of five Oscars, Barry was a private man - but in John Barry: The Lost Tapes Eddi Fiegal provides a revealing insight into his working life.
Presenter/Eddi Fiegel, Producer/John Sugar for Sugar productions"
Tuesday 26 June
11.30-12.00pm
BBC RADIO 4
BBC Radio 4 Publicity

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