A Golden Hour Elvis Special featuring a competition, giving listeners a chance to win a limited edition boxed set of eight albums containing all of Presley's greatest hits, many of which can be heard in today's programme. Producer DAVE ATKEY
21 at 33 is the title of 33-year-old Elton John 's 21st released album.
Andy Peebles recently went down to Elton's home near London, and in this three-hour programme Elton tells his own story to Andy, reflecting throughout his own music and musical tastes over the last 11 years of his phenomenally successful career. Producer PAUL WILLIAMS
John Peel hosts this Bank Holiday special programme with a group of young people who are acting as presenters, interviewers and reporters.
You are likely to hear street interviews with young people throughout Britain, studio interviews with a well-known or even notorious person, the odd joke, the odd embarrassing silence, a film preview or review, the occasional mistake, John Peel getting irate. It could be an interesting hour, on what could be a rainy Bank Holiday - there again it might be sunny.
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