Must remember to try and listen tomorrow night to the one on Diana Dors.
I listened to the program on Doris last night and I'm afraid to say I thought it was the same old story. I could have put it together myself. With the exception of one item, I had heard it all so many times before that it was almost boring. Doris Day for people who knew nothing about her. Wikipedia Doris Day with a few songs thrown in. But it probably wasn't aimed at people like me - would you make an hour long program explaining the basic story of Jesus to the Pope?
They even used voice clips from BBC TV interviews that I've listened to a lot recently.
The only new thing I heard was that when her composer/arranger Ray Heindorf's job came up for renewal after 20 years or so at the studio he was told that Doris would have to approve it by hiring him to work on her next film as she was, by then, "queen of the studio lot". She didn't.
Although, for me, it was uninspiring, it was still about Doris and I listened with interest, but I was left feeling disappointed.
BTW - I'm not getting any notifications about replies to posts - anyone else having that problem?