plays some classic Sounds of the 60s
presents two hours of the best of Round Midnight's first visit to New York in the spring of this year.
Producers STELLA HANSON and JOHN MORRISON
Earlier this year the team visited Nice for the Film
Festival, and spent a month gathering interviews and material, and discovering that Nice doesn't have a Film Festival.
So book your seat in the rear stalls of the Empire, Isle of Dogs. Music by STEVE BROWN and philip POPE
A PAUL METRO GOLDWYN MAYHEW-ARCHER production
(At the Cannes Radio Festival this programme won the Patio D'Or) (First broadcast on Radio 4)
('Radio Active - Stop that Crime UK' on New Year's Day at 10.0pm)
What are your memories of the past 12 months of sporting action? Mansell's mighty but frustrated assault on the World Drivers' Championship?
Maradona's hand in England's World Cup failure? Bruno's big boxing dream? The golden exploits of Britain's athletes in Stuttgart? Or the tides and turbulence of the English cricketing scene?
Ken Jones , sports writer of The Independent, looks back on some of the year's highlights with the help of Graham Gooch , Gary Lineker , Nigel Mansell , Sebastian Coe , Steve Cram , Lloyd Honeyghan , Frank Bruno , Terry Lawless and other stars of the sporting year. Producer PETER GRIFFITHS
(Re-broadcast on New Year 's Eve at 10.0pm)
Keith Fordyce with more musical teasers
If you would like to take part, send your name. address and daytime phone number on a postcard to: Beat the Record, Radio 2, BBC London WIA 4WW
with the BBC Concert Orchestra leader MARTIN LOVEDAY conducted by Robin Stapleton One of the world's greatest tenors in a concert of well-loved songs from his native Spain, Neapolitan favourites and highlights from famous stage and film musicals.
Among the songs Jose Carreras sings are 'Love is a many splendoured thing',
'A Vucchella', 'Be my love',
'Love's last word is spoken', 'As time goes by', 'The impossible dream', and West Side Story's show-stopper, 'Tonight'. Producer BARRY KNIGHT (R)
Ian Wallace presents a radio biography of this outstanding Spanish tenor.
The Strings of the BBC Radio Orchestra leader MICHAEL TOMALIN
Guest conductor Don Innes Presented by Bill Rennells
Music and memories, the Word Game and the Trivia Quiz
'There's no business like show business.'
Dave Gelly offers you a weekend punchbowl - the ingredients are varied and you'll have no
Sunday morning hangover.
presents Nightride with music and company to speed away the dark hours
conducted by Dolf Van Der Linden, Jerry Van Rooyen and Rogier Van Otterloo with guest vocalists Colin Anthony, Lee Gibson Jeff Hooper, Lois Lane, Mike Redway, Nonna Winstone and international instrumentalists Ronnie Cuber (baritone saxophone) Slide Hampton (trombone) Clifford Jordan (tenor saxophone) Dick Morrissey (tenor saxophone)
Chris Pyne (trombone) John Taylor (piano)
Introduced by Sheila Tracy
(A BBC co-production with NOS, recorded in Hilversum, Holland)
Dolf van Der