with LAURIE MAYER
News, travel, personalities, issues, music, sport
News, weather and travel prospects on the hour and half-hour
6.45. 7.45, 8.45 What's on today
6.55 Long-distance road report
8.55 (Mon, Thurs, Fri) Shopping guide
Editor VINCENT BOOTLE
End the day with Richard VAUGHAN 'S relaxing mixture of topics, personalities and music
5.0, 5.30, 5.55 Travel prospects
5.15 Scotland Yard calling
5.35 What's on today
5.52 Greyhound tips
Today's special spots: Architecture; pets
110 minutes of jazz music with album reviews, guest interviews and news of all the jazz events in and around London
8.10 DON DIVE with the Big Band and nostalgic vintage sounds
8.50 BRIAN PRIESTLEY plays and discusses classic jazz and contemporary trends
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