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Desert Island Discs

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Chris Evans is Sue Lawley's guest. Rpt of Sunday at 11.15am Radio and the Artist Today and tomorrow, eight artists describe how they use radio to help create their work and how it contributes to an atmosphere in which they feel inspired.
9.42 1/8. Raymond Briggs. Repeated on Sunday at 11.02pm
12.54pm 2/8. Joyce Gunn-Cairns . Repeated Sunday 7.15pm
4.58 3/8. Katie Clemson. Repeated on Sunday at 4.58pm
7.15 4/8. Norman Ackroyd. Repeated on Sunday at 12.32pm Producer John Boundy Continues tomorrow at 9.57am Have your art works exhibited, or win a digital radio: p127

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Evans
Unknown: Raymond Briggs.
Unknown: Joyce Gunn-Cairns
Unknown: Katie Clemson.
Unknown: Norman Ackroyd.
Producer: John Boundy






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