Join John Brunning for three hours of glorious music every weekday from 5pm-8pm.
The London Symphony Orchestra’s association with the film industry stretches all the way back to Arthur Bliss’s music for Things to Come – the first time an orchestra has recorded a movie soundtrack. Since then, the LSO has recorded music for all sorts of major blockbusters, including nearly all of John Williams’ soundtracks.
Here, they perform a collection of music by the Russian-born Dmitri Tiomkin - a man who received a staggering 22 Academy Award nominations, winning four of them. His most famous film scores include High Noon , Hitchcock’s Dial ‘M’ for Murder , and the theme for Rawhide .
Join John Brunning every evening at around 6.15 to hear this great new album of film music for yourself.