I compared the two mixes with the volume adjusted so that the lead vocal was at the same level in each mix.
In the tv mix the lead vocal, or whatever instrument is taking the lead at the time, is a lot louder than everything else, as you would expect. When the trumpet solo comes in it is way louder than the keys, for example.
In the radio mix everything is more evenly balanced and the music seems a lot louder (when compared to the tv mix). The Orchestra especially seems to be louder. In the trumpet solo, the keys were equal volume with the trumpet and panning was used to separate them.
in the tv mix everything seems to be wider. The piano is panned in stereo across the stage, with the bass keys on the left and the high keys on the right. The panning is more exciting, with keys running across the stage when he does a roll down the keyboard. The BVs are spread right to the edges of the stage and across the stage. The panning appears to be more blurred and spread. In the trumpet solo, the trumpet is panned centre.
In the radio mix, when the trumpet takes the solo, the trumpet is panned to the right, with the keys at equal volume on the left. The piano is panned just left of centre, with not much spread or movement. The BVs are not as wide either. The panning seems to be more defined, like you can pinpoint positions of musicians. It is also more static, it doesn't seem to move as much. The panning in this mix is more realistic from an audience perspective. following rules etc.
The tv mix appears to have more effects. more synthetic sounding reverb. You can hear it on the drums especially.
The Radio mix has more natural reverb treatment. The drums are drier and more natural sounding.
The tv mix has more radical EQ, more like a 'pop record'.
The radio mix has a more natural EQ, like a classical recording perhaps.
The audience in the tv mix sounds like mush.
The audience in the radio mix sound a lot better and more realistic, you can actually hear defined claps and cheers.