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Our Tune and The Golden Hour
From today The Golden Hour focuses on the month of the year.
The hits and events of October: a month of memories from 1956 to 1979. Today zeroes in on October 1964 - The Tokyo Olympics, Roy Orbison, Harold Wilson, Sandy Shaw, Graham Hill, Herman's Hermits and much, much more.
Is climbing the stairs more dangerous than crossing the road?
It is estimated that far more people are injured as the result of accidents In the home than on the road: in this country a million people a year require medical treatment for mishaps of this type. Alison Rice will be hunting down the danger areas and suggesting ways to ensure that your house isn't as lethal as a motorway.
Dr Maryon-Davis will be talking about First Aid and what to do in the event of any accident.
And you can hear Dr Maryon-Davis in one of his other roles in Instant Sunshine and ... on Saturday 11.15 pm Radio 4UK
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