Tonight's Besson Fridays at Home (Friday 18th September — 6.00pm BST) features the famous father and son low brass stars Derick and Stephen Kane.
In a fascinating discussion which covers all aspects of their careers we find out how Derick joined the International Staff Band of the Salvation Army — going on to complete a remarkable 42 years of service.
We find out just what his thoughts were as he made the long journey down from Scotland to start his career, his relationship with the conductors and especially the wonderful music he has performed around the world.
With Stephen we learn about the journey that has led him to become the solo baritone at Cory — the world's number 1 ranked band, the challenges of contesting and how he overcame his self-doubts to become one of the world's leading baritone performers.
Roger Webster leads the Q&A today with some searching questions — including why Stephen somehow supports Charlton Athletic FC and how on one occasion he had turn up at the gates of Buckingham Palace in a German Army uniform!
All this and there are some fantastic video and audio moments in the show, including Derick and Stephen performing together, and a clip from the famous ISB120 celebration at the Royal Albert Hall.