BBC Radio Orchestra leader
MICHAEL TOMALIN conducted this week by Robert Farnon
Guest vocalist Sheila Southern Also on hand to keep the music flowing are Robert Mandell and his orchestra and the Chaquito Big Band conducted by John Gregory.
Plus some classic album tracks Producer GRAHAM BELCHERE
Mark Steyn presents a centenary celebration of the life and lyrics of Gus Kahn (born 6 November 1886).
Gus Kahn hailed from Germany, but made his name in America, where he became one of the country's top lyricists, writing such hit songs as 'Ain't we got fun', 'Carolina in the morning', 'It had to be you', 'Makin' whoopee' and 'Dream a little dream of me'.
With a personal comment on his father from Donald Kahn Producer ANTHONY WILLS
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9.55-10.0 VHFjFM Sports Desk
10.0 VHF/FM joins Radio 1
European Middleweight Championship
Herol 'Bomber' Graham (Sheffield) Holder v Mark
Kaylor (West Ham) Challenger British boxing's domestic fight of the year. European Champion Graham tries to qualify for a crack at Marvin Hagler 's World Title.
Presented by Mike Ingham.
Ringside commentary from IAN DARKE at Wembley Arena, and expert summaries from the undisputed World Welterweight Champion LLOYD HONEYGHAN Producer EMILY MCMAHON
Join John Inman with Jeffrey Holland and Sherrie Hewson plus special guest Peggy Mount
Music by THE MAX HARRIS TRIO
Written by TONY HARE , PETER HICKEY STUART SILVER. ALAN WHITING and MALCOLM WILUAMSON
Producer RICHARD WILLCOX
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