Richard Skinner and Andy Batten-Foster report direct from Wembley on what promises to be the year's most spectacular rock and pop event. There's news and interviews, and a taste of the atmosphere from the audience and from backstage. In addition to the major artists in performance, there are contributions from Anne Nightingale, Paul Gambaccini, Gary Davies, Steve Wright, Simon Bates and Andy Peebles.
The following timings are approximate.
1.15* Wang Chung in concert
2.0* Paul Gambaccini with a look at the American charts.
2.30* Nik Kershaw in concert
4.0* Kool and the Gang in concert
5.45* Paul Young and The Royal Family in concert
7.30* Elton John in concert
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