featuring events, birthdays and anniversaries on thts day through the years.
Including today's birthday horoscope (for the coming Year) and the next seven days' horoscopes for Aries and Taurus.
Producer DAVE PRICE
at 4.45 Action Special with Dave Lee Travis Local community projects.
Ring Freefone [number removed]
Write to: Action Special [address removed]
Plus at 5.00 two rounds of the Record Race. at 5.45 Five 45s - five brand new records. and at 6.5 Stepping Out - a look at the latest on the dance music scene whether it be Jazz, funk, soul or disco. Pete Tong looks at What's Happenin' and a Club Top Ten. Special guests in session Direct Drive.
Producer DAVE ATKEY and at 5.30
Newsbeat with Janet Trewln
Alison Rice meets the fashion designers. Dr Alan Maryon-Davls reviews the new film
Whose Life is it Anyway and talks to Katie Griffiths about the progress of her pregnancy.
Paul Burnett tests an electric car.
Producer JOHN SPARROW
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