Johnnie Walker takes you through an afternoon of delights in high-quality stereo featuring:
A Concise History of the Frying Pan
A 'design classic' of guitars, the Rickenbacker's distinctive jangly tone has played an important role in developing the sounds of some of the greats of pop.
Presented by Mike Read
(Details on Thursday at 9.00pm)
The American Chart Show with Laura Gross reporting live by satellite from
Los Angeles, where it's still only breakfast time. Between the donuts and the coffee,
Laura brings you this week's instant chart countdown.
6.30-7.30 In Concert featuring Aswad, recorded at International Two, Manchester, and Richard Thompson , recorded in the grounds of Cherry Hinton Hall at last year's Cambridge Folk Festival.
Producers NICK CLARKE and PETE RITZEMA
Plus the finest music on album and CD
Producer JEFF GRIFFIN
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