Good music, together with news, views and topical interviews from around the world. Also featuring the Mystery Voice Competition and today's special After Seven Guest.
Producers DAVID VERCOE.
PHIL HUGHES and CAROLYN SMYTH including at 6.45 on MWonly
Sport and Classified Results
Wales v Spain
Following their 1-0 win over
Scotland last month, Wales are now back in with a realistic chance of going to Mexico for the 1986 World Cup Finals.
Tonight, though, they face the Group Seven favourites, Spain, at Wrexham's Racecourse
Ground. It's a game they must win to keep their hopes of qualification alive.
Commentary from RON JONES and RICHARD SHEPHERD.
Former Welsh International ALAN DURBAN provides the expert analysis.
Producer ROB BONNET
Wally Whyton talks to Mike Harding about the making of his TV series, The Harding Trail. Mike reminisces about the people he met and introduces some of the wealth of music he encountered while cycling through the Appalachian Mountains. Producer JOHN LEONARD BBC Manchester
A game that adds up to questions of pop.
Popping the questions: Ray Moore
And hoping to score off each other:
David Hamilton and Acker Bilk v Helen Shapiro and Frank Ifield
Compiled and produced by RICHARD WILLCOX
How well do you know the law? Chairman Shaw Taylor asks Gyles Brandreth , Katie Boyle and Dr Magnus Pyke to give their verdicts on some tricky law cases. With ELLEN MCINTOSH , cuve PANTO and colin STARKEY Devised and written by BRAD ASHTON
Producer ANDY ALIFFE
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