A visit with "Downton Abbey" composer John Lunn

Jan 9, 2015

The 'Downton Abbey' cast. The music of John Lunn has become a key component of one of public television's all-time biggest hits.
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For those who missed out on Sunday’s Downton Abbey season opener: It’s “advantage Tony” where Mary is concerned; the wily Barrow once again snatched victory from the jaws of defeat; and the surprise star of Season 5/Episode 1 was Moseley’s hair. The runaway PBS hit from England continues to captivate US TV audiences.

WKAR radio also joins the party. Today at 2 p.m. and tomorrow at noon, 90.5FM brings you "At Home with John Lunn: Composer of the Downton Abbey Soundtrack".

The special program presents two hours of music and conversation with John Lunn and former BBC producer Jon Tolansky. Current State has an excerpt from the program.