An invitation to non-stop music from guests for the week - the Harold Rich Orchestra , the Pete Moore Big Band, the Jack Emblow Quintet , and the Roger Nobes Quintet , with a few favourite album tracks. Producers RAY HARVEY , IAN GRANT
The Music Show with all the best new releases, the top golden oldies and album tracks. Join in David's popular competitions and pit your wits with his telephone contestants in the Music Game at 4.30 and Spot the Intro at 5.40
Can kangaroos swim? Why do rabbits need to wash their ears to keep healthy? Which cabbage was important to the ancient Britons?
Pam Ayres , Sheila Anderson ,
Bill Oddie and Roger Lovegrove engage in a battle of natural history wits aided and abetted by Paddy Feeny.
Producer JOHN HARRISON BBC Bristol
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