Never mind the height, feel the quality; and think about this thought: 'I buy my suits at a discount wherever I see a clothing down sale.' Tailors PHIL HUGHES
CAROLYN SMYTH and NEIL GEORGE including at 6.45 on MWonly
Sport and Classified Results
direct from the Winter Gardens Theatre, Bournemouth Carl Davis conducts the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra led by JACK MAGUIRE
Friday Night Star Singers Teresa Cahill and Anthony Roden with Evelyn Glennie (percussion) Introduced by Robin Boyle
This week Friday Night visits the Bournemouth Pops season and features spectacular music by Carl Davis for TorviU and Dean's Fire and Ice, the epic grandeur of Finlandia by Sibelius and the Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso by Saint-Saens as you've never heard it before!
Producer TERRY BLACK
(In association with the Western Orchestral Society Limited)
Freda Finally Flips
It's no good, Freda can't cope. Melanie's put tea bags in the hot-pot. It's the last straw. Freda has decided she's having a nervous breakdown! Written and produced by MIKE CRAIG
closes the series with a round-up of good suggestions for your leisure moments - and advice on where to find a fire engine.
Frances Donnelly leafs through herpickofthenew paperbacks and Anna Morrell tells you what's on in the nation's theatres.
Great music - great advice - great fun.
Producer STUART HOBDAY BBC Bristol
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