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Don Black is the songwriters’ songwriter, a composer’s dream collaborator, and the man behind some of the late 20th century’s greatest hits. Called ‘the Pelé of lyricists’ by Robbie Williams, Don has had a stellar career crowned by an Oscar, a Golden Globe, a Tony and an Ivor Novello Award, as well as platinum, gold and silver disks. In a delightful paean to a life lived through song, he talks to Michael Grade about working with Michael Jackson, Quincy Jones, Henry Mancini, Lulu and Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Don Black: The Sanest Guy in the Room will be broadcast on Thursday 23rd July at 7pm via Jewish Book Week – click here to register to attend.