She's one of the most successful recording artists of all time. She’s sold nearly 250 million albums in a career spanning more than 35 years. She’s the voice behind two of the most well-known motion picture soundtracks ever created.
She became a Las Vegas icon and changed the place 'where singers went to die' forever. But there's still more to Celine Dion's story.
She has recorded a brand new interview - the longest of her career - exclusively for Radio 2 - in which she discusses a variety of career-encompassing subjects from A to Z.
Topics included, C for Concerts, E for Eurovision (which she won in 1988), H for haute couture, M for Motherhood, and R for her late husband, Rene Angelil.
The programme includes her hits: The Power Of Love, My Heart Will Go On, It’s All Coming Back To Me Now, Tell Him, All By Myself, Think Twice and Flying On My Own. Also featured are key album tracks and select fan favourites.
But at its centre is an intimate, powerful and candid interview with one of the world’s greatest singers.
- Presenter: Steve Wright
- Producer: Malcolm Prince for BBC Radio 2