The Golden Hour
First to Last: The Thin Lizzy Hit File and Our Tune and at 11.0 Radio 1 presents another episode in the drama series Leyworth Hall - a spine-chilling tale of love and intrigue set in 19th-century England.
from New University of Ulster. Colcraine Including at 5.30 Newsbeat with Peter Mayne and at 6.31
A contest of rock and pop knowledge between colleges and universities throughout Britain.
Today Kid chairs Round 1, between the students of New University of Ulster and Queen's University, Belfast. Producers
TONY HALE (Manchester) and DAVE TATE
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