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
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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)
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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.
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