Paul Jones with an hour of vintage R and B on tape and turntable.
Tonight's session is from
American R and B star of the 50s and 60s, Nappy Brown , who also joins Paul in the studio for a chat.
Producer DAVE SHANNON BBC Manchester
The D-Day Show
Exactly 42 years and a few months ago. give or take a day or two, the Allied troops launched the biggest military operation in the history of big military operations.
Radio Active brings to you an in-depth, weighty, historical analysis, plus their special competition to see how many words you can make out of the phrase 'D-Day'.
Taking you back are
Music by philip POPE
Written by GEOFFREY PERKINS and ANGUS DEAYTON
Producer DAVID TYLER
(First broadcast on Radio 4)
Cecily 'Forces Sweetheart' Fenton:
Col Brian Bartlett:
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