The Radio 2 Arts Programme:
Louise Gold took part in this edition of The Radio 2 Arts Programme, as one of the performers from Noel/Cole: Letís Do It, the programme was recorded in the foyer of The Chichester Festival Theatre on 2 August 1994, and broadcast on BBC Radio 2 from 22:03 to 23:59 on 5 August 1994
Presenter Ė Sheridan Morely
Other Contributors Ė† Keith Baxter, Jean Boht, Michael Denison, Patrick Garland, Louise Gold, Dulcie Gray, Peter Greenwell, Guy Henry, Gayle Hunnicutt, David Kernan, Pat Kirkwood, Laura Lefkow, Peter Mcenery, Robin Ray, Liz Robertson, Patricia Routledge, Julia St. John, Suzan Sylvester, Christopher Timothy, Lucy Tregear
Producer Ė Sheila Hanson
The BBCís catalogue notes for the programme note that a performance of Noel/Cole: Letís Do It would have just taken place.
Louise Gold, Peter Greenwell, David Kernan, Pat Kirkwood, Robin Ray, and, Liz Robertson were all appearing in Noel/Cole: Letís Do It at the time, and feature on the album Noel/Cole: Letís Do It (Recording).
Ned Sherrinís Review Of Revue was also broadcast on BBC Radio 2.
Sheridan Morely appeared on Letís Do The Show Right Here, which was also broadcast on BBC Radio 2.
David Kernan, and, Sheridan Morely appeared on Sondheim At The Barbican, which was also broadcast on BBC Radio 2.
Keith Baxter, Peter Greenwell, David Kernan, and, Liz Robertson may have taken part in Will Aid.
Keith Baxter, and, David Kernan may have gone on to take part in Comedy Tonight.
Peter Greenwell, David Kernan, and, Liz Robertson had previously appeared in A Time To Start Living.
David Kernan, and, Liz Robertson went on to appear in Side By Side By Sondheim, and, the Side By Side By Sondheim 25th Anniversary Gala. They also took part in Chicago & Company. Their recording credits include The Great Musicals Ė Laughter And Tears.
David Kernan, Sheridan Morely, and, Liz Robertson went on to appear in the Side By Side By Sondheim 30th Anniversary Gala.
Sheridan Morely appeared in A Love Letter To Dan.
Liz Robertson, and, Christopher Timothy may have taken part in The Royal Variety Performance (1982).
Liz Robertson †had previously taken part in CLICís 18th Birthday Celebration, she went on to appear in the Regents Park 70th Anniversary Gala, Happily Ever After, and, A Celebration Of The Life And Work Of Dick Vosburgh. She also went on to take part in Shopping With The Stars 2008, and, Shopping With The Stars 2009. Her recording credits include Cole Porter Ė Night And Day, and, 100 Hits Musicals.
Christopher Timothyís television credits include Doctors.
Links about The Radio 2 Arts Programme
BBC catalogue entry: http://catalogue.bbc.co.uk/catalogue/infax/programme/ZA+94771_3 )