Three women broadcasters take over Radio London
9.34 Part 1: SUSAN BARNES with music and dedications
10.34 Part 2: JILL EVANS with topics and ideas you might like to discuss and people you'd like to meet
11.20 Part 3: HELEN DICKINSON with a story for the under-5s
End the working day with RICHARD VAl 'GHAN'S mixture of topics, personalities and music Fixed points:
5.0. 5.30. 5.55 Travel News
5.35 What's On
5.50 London Weather
5.52 Greyhound tips
Special spots this week:
Monday Architecture: Pets Tuesday Health; ROD DEWAR
Wednesday Do-It-Yourself ; Sailing
Thursday Motoring: Courts
Friday Rambling; Weekly Press review
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