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Live Aid for Africa

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The second part of Live Aid for Africa.
BBC 1 10.0 pm-4.0* am
Live Aid for Africa
Turn to BBC1 for the rest of the music, live from the USA and star interviews from a night club in London's West End.
The running order is
Tom Petty
The Cars
Kenny Loggins
Neil Young
Power Station
Eric Clapton
Phil Collins, Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and Paul Martinez
Duran Duran
Madonna
Patti Labelle
Hall and Oates, The Temptations
Mick Jagger and Tina Turner
Bob Dylan
and Finale
During the day Janice Long, Richard Skinner, David Hepworth, Andy Batten Foster, Mike Smith, Mark Ellen, Andy Kershaw, Steve Blacknell, Paul Gambaccini and guest presenters will be at Wembley keeping in touch with the fund-raising and talking to the many stars and performers there.

Contributors

Sound: John Caulfield
Engineering manager: Mike Hill
Engineering manager: Stan Snape
Producer: John Burrowes
Producer: Trevor Dann
Concert director: Tom Corcoran
Concert director: David G. Croft
Concert director: John G. Smith

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