My, isn't Goldie a bit handy with a baton? Who would've thought it. Whereas Peter Snow was a large bundle of pants and was promptly given his marching orders by the orchestra (they have the final say, and quite rightly so) last week, proving you can't judge a book by its gold grills. Clive Anderson hosts Maestro's first live studio challenge as the seven remaining amateurs with a passion for classical music do battle with their batons. In the second round of this knock-out competition, the students step up to the podium to conduct music for film and television in front of the panel of expert judges - conductors Sir Roger Norrington and Simone Young, double bassist Dominic Seldis, composer and cellist Zoe Martlew - before the orchestra votes and one of the students leaves the competition for good.