Classical pianist James Rhodes attempts to do for music in schools what Jamie Oliver did for school lunches. The internationally renowned musician rightfully feels that music should be part of every childhood and it is indeed a force that can change lives. He is on a mission to launch Britain's biggest ever 'instrument amnesty', asking the public to donate unused instruments to children who could benefit from them. In the first of this two-parter he heads to a primary school in Essex where he wants to prove to the new headteacher that music could be key to the school's transformation, and test drives his plans with the pupils of year five. Simon Cowell will probably be in the door after him if he finds anyone half decent though.