If you missed today's Serenade Radio edition of Steyn's Song of the Week, here's a chance to catch up.
For those of us in the northern hemisphere, fall nips the air and finds Mark in autumnal mode with a song that drifts like a leaf in an October wind from French poem to Hungarian tune to American lyric. Mark tells the story of a famous seasonal classic from Yves Montand to Ian Fleming, with performances by an array of stars from Cora Vaucaire and Tino Rossi to Nat King Cole and Eva Cassidy.
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This airing of Steyn's Serenade Song of the Week is a special presentation of The Mark Steyn Club. We do enjoy your comments on the show. Steyn Clubbers are welcome to leave them below - or anybody can leave them over at Serenade Radio, where they love hearing from listeners.
~If you would rather read Mark on "Autumn Leaves", his essay on the song is just one of many collected together in his book A Song For The Season. Personally autographed copies of this beloved book among Steyn fans are available from the SteynOnline bookstore - and, if you're a Mark Steyn Club member, don't forget to enter the special promo code at checkout to enjoy the special Steyn Club member discount.
~Steyn's Song of the Week airs thrice weekly on Serenade Radio in the UK, one or other of which broadcasts is certain to be convenient for whichever part of the world you're in:
5.30pm Sunday London (12.30pm New York)
5.30am Monday London (4.30pm Sydney)
9pm Thursday London (1pm Vancouver)
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