Join the guests for the week: the Roland Shaw Orchestra the Don Innes Quartet and Mick Urry with his Orchestra. Non-stop music with something for everyone including a few favourite album tracks.
Producer GRAHAM BELCHERE
including at 4.30 The Music Game: a chance to test your pop music knowledge with today's telephone contestant. Drive at Five with your favourite golden oldies and Spot the Intro -win your TV Licence in 46 easy stages Producer MARTIN cox
Good music to ease you through the early evening together with news, views and topical interviews from around the world. Also featuring the Mystery Voice Competition and After Seven Guest.
Producers DAVID VERCOE
PHIL HUGHES and CAROLYN SMYTH including at 6.45 on MW only
Sport and Classified Results
A date to remember....
11 February - HRH The Prince Andrew's 25th birthday, and the date 14 years ago when the Boys' Own Paper closed.
Find out more facts about the events, news and music of this date, with Chairman David Hamilton , and panellists
Martin Jarvis , Lance Percival Sue MacGregor and Wendy Richard
Producer PAUL SPENCER
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