presents the best of Radio 2 music and conversation.
Including special guest Sir Gordon Borrle7 Director
General of the Office of Fair Trading,who deals with listeners' consumer problems ring [number removed]between 1.0 pm and 1.30.
2.2 Sports Desk
invites your telephone calls between 2.30 ana 3.0 for those get-well messages to friends in hospital ring [number removed]. Plus dedications, requests, the best of afternoon music and Where Are You Now?
3.2 Sports Desk
Ray Alan presents a programme of voices and noises starring four leading impersonators:
Peter Goodwright Johnny More Brian Coshall
Aiden J. Harvey
Musical impressions by THE RONNIE PRICE TRIO
Producer RICHARD WILLCOX
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