Paul Lewis Composer

Film, Television and Concert Composer.

Media Appearances

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Landscape of Romance  Carlton Westcountry TV 2003: an episode of the series on the influence of landscape on artists working in the West Country, in which Paul discusses music, in particular 'Devonshire Dances' which he wrote for his harpist partner at the time Elizabeth Jane Baldry, who also appears.

Central Jobfinder - Musicians  Central TV 1996: Paul on being a professional composer, and at the piano accompanying harmonica soloist James Hughes in his 'Woof!' and 'The Secret World of Polly Flint' TV themes.

Music Writers on TV - Paul Lewis  HTV 1995: half-hour documentary about Paul shot at his Tudor courthouse home in Somerset, the Pathé Newsreel vaults at Pinewood Studios, on Salisbury Plain with the helicopters and band of the Army Air Corps, in the ballroom of the Wintergarden at Weston-super-Mare and at Woodchester Mansion, Stroud. Shown twice.

Music Round - Film Music  Thames TV 1978: in which Paul discusses the writing of film music with film expert Philip Jenkinson and conducts a studio orchestra to picture in extracts from his 'Wreckers at Deadeye' score. Shown six times.

The Nicest Man in the World  Anglia TV drama 1975; Paul is the palm court trio pianist in the party scene, playing his own music and exchanging a line or two with the star, Celia Johnson.


Half Minute Melodies  BBC Radio 4 2000: Paul talks to presenter Chris Serle and demonstrates the writing of a TV theme at the piano. Broadcast twice in the UK, various overseas transmissions, can be heard online.

Nights with Bryan Crump 11/3/11 Radio New Zealand: live interview with Bryan Crump

Noon Upbeat 31/4/10 Radio New Zealand Concert: live 40min interview with Eva Radich

The Arts on Sunday 26/4/10 Radio New Zealand: interview with Lynn Freeman 

Plus live interviews on various BBC and independent local radio stations in Birmingham and Brighton.

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