I think this section of the Forum can hardly miss celebrating Antony Hopkins' 90th birthday today.
His 'Talking About Music' programmes, which many of us fondly remember as a fascinating and civilised way of extending our musical knowledge, ran for more than 30 years.
His compositions included much film music, which I hadn't realised (not being, in any sense, a film buff).
Time, perhaps, for a re-issue of some of his recordings with The Intimate Opera Company? I particularly remember Arne's The Cooper on a Saga LP. There were also quite a few recordings on Decca in the early LP days, and a complete Three's Company, his comic opera for soprano, tenor, baritone and piano (libretto by Michael Flanders) on an Argo 2LP set, with Flanders as the narrator.