including Medical Queries
is played today by Acker Bilk and his
Paramount Jazz Band
presents the best of Radio 2 music and conversation with listeners and studio guests.
If you wish to talk to Gloria's guest, ring
[number removed]between 1.0 and 1.30 pm
2.2 Sports Desk
Plus Family Favourites shared with NEW ZEALAND at 3.2 Sports Desk
including at 6.45 on Sport and Classified Results
Words and music in celebration of St David's Day 1983 direct from
St David 's Hall, Cardiff Owain Arwel Hughes conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra leader john BRADBURY with Gwyneth Jones (sop) Wynford Evans (tenor) Cardiff Bach Choir and University College Cardiff Chamber Choir conductor
Clifford Bunford with the Huddersfield Choral Society chorus-master NINA WALKER
Introduced by Sian Phillips and Angharad Rees Radio 2 marks the occasion of the first St David's Day concert to come from Cardiff's new international concert hall in the heart of the Welsh capital with music from the world of opera, oratorio, the concert platform and Welsh tradition.
Producer BARRY KNIGHT
Marian Davies talks about St David 's Day and what it means to her to be a Welsh exile.
(Presented in association with Cardiff City Council) (Sian Phillips is a National Theatre player)
Another edition of radio's answer to people who have forgotten the question.
Lance Percival is in charge; in distress are:
Dave Ismay , Duggie Brown Jimmy Marshall Don Maclean
Devised and written by GRAHAM DEYKIN and the producer
9.57 Sports Desk
with Keith Fordyce Quarter-finals
Round 12: Darlington
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE NORTH EAST V SCOTTISH WOMEN'S RURAL INSTITUTE
Producer PETE ATKIN
presents Round Midnight live from St David 's Hall, Cardiff, on the occasion of St David 's Day 1983.
Conversation with artists and personalities who live and appear in Wales and music from local artists including
Elite and the Hennesseys. Producers ANN COLVIN and ANTHONY WILLS Associate producer DEWI SMITH
Editor JOHN BUSSELL Stereo from 12.0
THE BIG BAND
and the STRINGS
Presented by Colin Berry Including DAVID RIDER and Radio Yesteryear