The Piano

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The Piano

It's the big night. At the final concert the pianists play live in front of a sold-out auditorium. Who'll be awarded the coveted performance of the night? (S2 Ep7)

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Series 2
With the final concert approaching, Mika, Lang Lang and Claudia make a surprise late change to the line-up as they get the chosen amateur pianists ready for the big stage. (S2 Ep6)
At London's Victoria Station, a romantic milkman plays his heart out. There's a soulful rugby player. And Lang Lang hails 'the new Bach'. But who's going to the final? (S2 Ep4)
At Liverpool Lime Street, Claudia, Mika and Lang Lang hear the skills of a rapping call centre manager and the infamous Billy the Hat, and join with in a station sing-along. (S2 Ep5)
At Edinburgh Waverley station, Claudia, Mika and Lang Lang are blown away by a boy in a bow tie and charmed by a piano-playing postie, and get caught up by an Argentine tango. (S2 Ep3)
At Cardiff Central train station in Wales - 'the land of song' - the search for more amazing amateur pianists continues with triplets and a man on a bike singing about conkers. (S2 Ep3)
Claudia Winkleman, Mika and Lang Lang return for a brand-new search to unearth more of the UK's most exciting amateur pianists, starting at Manchester Piccadilly station. (S2 Ep1)
Series 1
In Glasgow, an 86-year-old father of 11 hits the keys as more outstanding amateur pianists wow the public. There's also an Elton John-playing YouTube star and a boogie woogie biker. (Ep3/5)
The search for Britain's best amateur pianists rolls into Leeds train station, with a Chopin lover, a piano on wheels, and a unique performance that stops the station in its tracks. (Ep2/5)
Claudia Winkleman hunts for Britain's best amateur pianists, by scouting passionate ivory-ticklers playing public pianos in train stations across the country, starting in London. (Ep1/5)
Sold into marriage to a farmer in New Zealand, non-speaking Scottish woman and piano player Ada McGrath refuses to warm up to her husband, Alisdair - especially after he sells her piano.