Tony Mortimer from E17,
PJ and Duncan, China Black and Salt 'n' Pepa join Mark Goodier for special performances as he chats to Whigfield, Eternal, Sean Maguire , Bitty McLean and Carter about their festive celebrations.
Including live music from
Sinead O'Connor who sings "Hark! the herald angels sing", Sandie Shaw 's version of "Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer", and "Angels from the realms of play" from
Sophie B Hawkins. Plus, Christmas songs from Donna Summer and Sparks, and retelling and reselling the Christmas stories.
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