Listen Again - Filmhouse Friday

Every Friday, Daniel White takes over the airwaves at the online radio station Incapable Staircase for 90 minutes of some of the best songs used in films, along with "occasionally interesting bits of information." Catch up with last Friday's show...

Here's this week's playlist, (starting with a reading by Daniel of Laurence Binyon's poem For the Fallen over Elgar's Nimrod ):

The Glenn Miller section:

Moonlight Serenade
In the Mood
Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy
Pennsylvania 6-500
Little Brown Jug
Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree (with The Andrews Sisters)

Gabriel's Oboe - Ennio Morricone

(followed by the two minute silence on Friday 11th November at 11:00)

Abide With Me 
Hymn to the Fallen - John Williams - Saving Private Ryan
Band of Brothers Theme - Michael Kamen
Schindler's List - John Williams · Itzhak Perlman
Barber's Adagio for Strings - Platoon
Bui-Doi - The Cast of Miss Saigon
Nowhere to Run - Martha and the Vandellas - Good Morning Vietnam
The Dam Busters March 
The Great Escape

Selection of Wartime Music by RAF Massed Bands and The Coldstream Guards [no, YOU'VE lost track of what all the songs are! - Ed]

A Life on the Ocean Wave - [with added bubble - Ed]
Oh Danny Boy [with added Buble - Ed]
It's Been A Long Long Time - Harry James Orchestra with Kitty Kallen
The White Cliffs of Dover - Vera Lynne
We'll Meet Again - Vera Lynne


iNCAPABLE STAiRCASE is an internet-based community station that is passionate about real radio; unrehearsed and raw, but it is precisely this that makes it so easy to listen to. The station has been running for a couple of years and was set up by Bella and James at the start of the first Covid lockdown in 2020.

As news of the restrictions became public Bella and James decided to create an online radio station that would allow people to share their music, their opinions and their creativity in a space free from censorship and interference. In five minutes they had a name, randomly created by a word generator, and a logo. The heart of the station is you, it's me and its attraction is growing. With over 60 DJ's broadcasting each week, live from their own homes, and with plans for festivals and much more, now would be a great time to tune in. This year will prove that iNCAPABLE STAiRCASE is, in fact, very capable of stepping up and taking on the radio big names.


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