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: as Radio 2

: Coastwise

with TERRY MANN
News interviews, reports and information
Weather at 6.33, 6.53, 7.33, 7.53, 8.33, 8.58
Bus Information 6.45, 7.45 Flightwatch 6.47, 7.47 Sports at 7.20 and 8.40
Traffic News 7.32. 8.32 (AA) Thought for the Day 7.35 Sailing at 7.53 and 8.59 Pet's Progress at 8.55
Rail Information every 15 minutes

Contributors

Unknown: Terry Mann

: Good Morning!

With DAVID ARSCOTT
Tuesday: a free-for-all phone-in; Friday: Museum showcase and local papers review
Bus information 10.59

: At the Console

Organist PETER LARSEN

Contributors

Organist: Peter Larsen

: At Your Service

PENNY THOROGOOD looks at industry and commerce in Sussex. Phone-in on Brighton [number removed]at 12.30
In the studio today: Dennis R. Bidgood , Master Butcher of Worthing

Contributors

Unknown: Dennis R. Bidgood

: Newsdesk

Noticeboard at 1.25. with Mon. Wed. Fri: For Glasshouse Growers

: Home This Afternoon

Presented by JOANNA HOLLES and VINCE GEDDES
Wed-Fri: JOANNA HOLLES and MARK POUNSETT
The topical magazine programme, including: Show of the Week: Evergreen
Mon: Mary Deacon's Personal View on Fashion
SEGAS: your questions on gas
Tues: Living with your Child: VIRGINIA HARDING discusses pre-teens
Talking Point: Buying a new house
Fire Prevention with members of East Sussex Fire Brigade
TG Topics: News of West Sussex Townswomen's Guild
Wed: Sewing Service with DO FREEMAN
Thurs: Holistic Health with SHAUNA CROCKETT
Citizens' Advice from members of Brighton Citizens' Advice Bureau
Fri: Hardback Review; With SHEILA LYNFORD
Talking Point: a discussion Ring Brighton [number removed]

Contributors

Presenter: Joanna Holles
Presenter: Vince Geddes
Unknown: Joanna Holles
Unknown: Mary Deacon
Unknown: Virginia Harding
Unknown: Hardback Reuieu
Unknown: Sheila Lynford

: Two by Three

Three programmes with two themes, presented by BRIAN DEACON.
2: Today and Yesterday

Contributors

Presented By: Brian Deacon.

: On Our Way

With STEWART MACINTOSH
Music, traffic, rail, flight and bus information, guests and regular travel news. Weather at 4.40: Travel news throughout the programme
Monday only: Fresh Start

: Sport in Summer

Including news of County cricket, athletics, speed-way, plus Club Cricket Special with information from the local leagues and On the Green: bowls news. Also reports, interviews and occasional outside broadcasts.
Presented by PHIL JONES

Contributors

Presented By: Phil Jones

: In Focus

Community Spirit: Putting On the Pressures - Members of the Association of BBC Radio Brighton Community Broadcasters discuss how they try to get awareness of their cause.
7.33* Multiple Sclerosis: The Worthing and District Branch talk about their work for this National Society
Presented by the Association of BBC Radio Brighton Community Broadcasters and edited for Radio Brighton by IAN COLLINGTON

Contributors

Unknown: Ian Collington

: as Radio 2 (page 38)

including at 11.0 News Round-up








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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.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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