John Williams’ final television project in the 1970s teamed him with director Delbert Mann again, this time for “Jane Eyre.” Williams composed this score while on a break from working on “Fiddler on the Roof,” and the love Williams had (and continues to have) for all things English is on full display in the score. Peter Lloyd, the principal flute player for the London Symphony Orchestra, gets to shine as the score features plenty of flute melodies. Host Jeff Commings is joined by guest co-host Yavar Moradi, who counts “Jane Eyre” as his favorite John Williams score. Relax for a lengthy (one full hour!) conversation about the creation of the score and highlights of the music.