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: Robot Wars

: The Royle Family

Jim enlists Twiggy and Dave to help with the decorating.

: CHOICE: John Lennon Night

to coincide with the 20th anniversary of his death, an evening of programmes dedicated to one of the greatest singer/songwriters and political artists of our time - see page 92.
Starting with Liquid News: live from New York City: 10.10 John Lennon's Rock
Shrine: featuring interviews with many of the fans who have made a pilgrimage to Central Park, New York - the location of Lennon's shooting in December 1980;
10.25 Liquid News; 10.30 Gimme Some Truth: a collection of footage shot at Lennon's London home during the making of the Imagine album; 11.30 Liquid News; 11.40 TOTP 2 - John
Lennon Special: Yoko Ono introduces, a selection of reminiscences connected to some of her favourite Lennon tracks;
12.25 John Lennon's Rock Shrine Stuart Maconie on John Lennon - Music: page 60

: Tinsel Town









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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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