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Anne-Marie Minhall, sitting in for Charlotte Green, meets sporting legend Freddie Flintoff, Classic FM's new Composer in Residence, and the Artistic Director of the Bristol Proms.
Anne-Marie Minhall sits in for Charlotte Green to host Classic FM’s weekly arts and interview show.
This Sunday Anne-Marie is joined by sporting legend Freddie Flintoff, hero of the historic 2005 victorious Ashes England team, to discuss his career, as well as 2nd Innings - his live theatre show which is touring the UK, making him the first cricketer to bring a show to the Edinburgh Festival.
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Also today, Anne-Marie talks to Debbie Wiseman, the award-winning film and TV composer, who has recently been named Classic FM's new Composer in Residence. She tells Anne-Marie about her Musical Zodiac project, where she will be composing a piece of music inspired by each of the signs of the zodiac.
Tom Morris, Artistic Director of the Bristol Proms, also comes into the Culture Club to talk about this year's line-up, and its theme this year of emotion in music.