The roving booze bus to trap drunken drivers, the introduction of ID cards, tightening up gun laws - these are just some of the stories to be included in the programmes throughout the week. Producer JOHN GURNETT and JOHN MORRISON
Robert Parker introduces the last of his 26-part history of jazz. The New Orleans Revival Weary of swing music and repelled by the progressive movement, a number of players sought to re-create the classic
New Orleans sound of the 20s. (R)
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