On a recent visit to Britain, Julie talked frankly to
Brian Matthew about her professional and private lives. The programme is illustrated with music spanning her career from child prodigy to Hollywood - superstar. Producer ANTHONY WILLS
A musical look at the world of films. Plus You Asked for It, a selection of listeners' requests picked from the mallbag. Presenter Nick Jackson Written by LYN FAIRHURST Producer TONY LUKE
1.57 Sports Desk
Midnight at the Edinburgh Festival direct from the Caledonian Hotel.
Conversation with artists and personalities from the 37th International Festival and from the Fringe with music from the Bernard Sumner Trio , plus the Director's Diary with Festival Director JOHN DRUMMOND
Stereo from 12.0
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