BORODIN's music was never written for a musical, but he still
managed to win a Tony in the fifties (66 years after he'd died) for
Kismet, the musical (or is it an operetta?) based mostly on his
score for Prince Igor. It was recently revived, to dire reviews, at
the ENO. Tim and Thos discuss. Also, as a followup to our Kids'
Stuff episode, Tim and Nick interview Adam Bampton-Smith of Big
Wooden Horse Theatre Company about his show for children, Don't Let
the Pigeon Drive the Bus.