Every year since 1979 three of the four contestants have appeared under the US flag. But what about a full house in 1985; after all it is American Independence Day.
Presenter Peter Jones
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 to win your TV licence. Producer CHRISTOPHER VEZEY
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 today's special After Seven Guest. Producers david VERCOE PHIL HUGHES and CAROLYN SMYTH MW joins at 7.0
introduces Country Club, and featuring Johnny Russell and Freddy Fender in concert, recorded at the 1985 Silk Cut Festival
Producer COLIN CHANDLER
(Concert repeated next Saturday)
9.55 Sports Desk
10.0 VHF/FM joins Radio 1
A sketchy look at life with The National Revue Company Arthur Smith Phil Nice
Maxine Ostwald Babs Sutton and Adam Wide Music by STEVE EDIS
Written by ARTHUR SMITH. PHIL NICE. IAN BROWN. JOHN DOWIE and others Producer PAUL MAYHEW ARCHER
covers the current movie scene. Tom Hutchinson 's critical review of the latest releases, music from the wide screen and the results of The Cotton Club soundtrack competition.
Introduced by Nick Jackson Written and produced by LYNFAIRHURST
presents Round Midnight
Music and conversation with personalities from the worlds of theatre, cinema, literature, leisure and the arts generally. Producers ROBIN SEDGLEY . STELLA HANSON , JOHN MORRISON and MARTIN COX
12.0 VHF/FM rejoins Radio 2
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