It's hair-of-the-dog time as Mike eases you into another day of jollity. For the wide awake, there's prizes to be won in the pop quiz on [number removed], plus a celebrity pop quizzer. Producers PAUL WILLIAMS and CHRIS VEZEY
including an interview with Don Johnson
If you ask your average British woman to name her top five heart-throbs, Miami Vice star
Don Johnson would possibly be near the top. This year marked a turning-point in Don's life - he expanded his career into singing. Radio 1 talks to Don, and listens to some of his own music, and to music associated with the Miami Vice series. Producer MALCOLM BROWN including at 5.30-5.35 Newsbeat with Alison Mackenzie
In the left corner, John Walters , in the right corner, Mike Read , and somewhere in the ring,
Janice Long - all fighting it out with a Boxing Night Board
Game for radio, featuring tracks from around the world. Producer ROGER LEWIS
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