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as Radio 2

: News

RAC traffic report, weather

: Astley Jones

with Sunday Scene. Music and information about what you can do or where you can go

: Quest

: You Don't Have to be Jewish

But if you are, you'll find this programme particularly interesting.
Produced and presented by MICHAEL FREEDLAND

Contributors

Presented By: Michael Freedland

: News Extra

Our reporters investigate an important issue in the news affecting London.

: Holiday Scene

A consumer's guide to where to spend next year's holiday, and how to get good value for money.
Produced and presented by TONY FREEMAN and FRANK DAWES

Contributors

Presented By: Tony Freeman
Presented By: Frank Dawes

: Charlie Gillett

with Honky Tonk. Twenty years of rock 'n' roll.

: Steve Barnard

with Reggae Time. An hour of the best in black music.

: Bob Powel

plays Hie best in country music and talks to one of Canada's most famous singer/songwriters. Dick Damron
Producer MARGARET TSCHIRREN

Contributors

Unknown: Dick Damron
Producer: Margaret Tschirren

: Roger Hurrell

with Sound Out. What's new in folk, beat and gospel music from London groups.

: The Play's the Thing

A weekly programme abovit amateur theatre.
Produced and presented by NORMAN DE MESQUITA

Contributors

Presented By: Norman de Mesquita

: Alvar Lidell reads ... Thomas Creevey

In 1815 Thomas Creevey described the background to the Battle of Waterloo. fainted away ...
Producer ROGER CLARKE

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Creevey
Producer: Roger Clarke

: Getting Going

For the disabled in London. Presented by MARILYN ALLEN

Contributors

Presented By: Marilyn Allen

: Orange and Lemon Club

Your hosts JAMES JONES and RICHARD BEWES

Contributors

Unknown: James Jones
Unknown: Richard Bewes

: Darpan

For Bengali-speaking listeners.

: Jharokha

A magazine for Hindi- and Urdu-speaking listeners.

: When You Were Young

Tonight's story could have happened to you when you were young -did it?

: John Snagge's London

The City of Westminster
The first of three monthly programmes in which John Snagge takes a personal look at some of the historical sites and curiosities to be seen in the capital. This month he visits Westminster, starting inside the clock tower of He then looks at the remains of the Tudor sports centre in Downing Street, Henry VIII 's wine cellar beneath the Ministry of Defence in Whitehall, Queen Mary's steps and the pump room beneath Trafalgar Square. JOHN SNAGGE also visits the Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace to see the Coronation coach, Edward III 's jewel tower, the waxworks at Westminster Abbey, the Admiralty Board Room and Churchill's secret underground wartime headquarters at Storey's Gate. Technical presentation GRAHAM CLIFFORD and GODFREY FERRIES Producer ROGER CLARK
The next programme in this series can be heard on Sunday 4 April when John Snagge looks at the River.

Contributors

Unknown: John Snagge
Unknown: Henry Viii
Unknown: John Snagge
Unknown: Edward Iii
Unknown: Graham Clifford
Producer: Roger Clark
Unknown: John Snagge








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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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