With CHRIS MOHR
Read All About It with JEANINE MCMULLEN and The Cookery Spot
9.50 Listen Children With RUSTY MCCREA
10.2 A look at new books in your local library
10.34 The Tuesday Phone-in Today Dress Making with ANN I.ADBURY
More of the candidates in the Greater London constituencies talk to their voters in personal election broadcasts. (A timetable of constituencies is given each morning in Rush Hour; or ring [number removed] if you wish to know when your candidates can be heard)
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