An alphabetical survey of classic jazz in 26 parts, featuring original recordings in high-quality stereo sound. 1: 'A' is for Henry 'Red' Allen, Albert Ammons , the Alabama Jug Band, Lovie Austin and, of course, Louis Armstrong.
(A digital recording from Vintage
Productions of Sydney. Australia) (R)
Roland Shaw conducts the BBC Radio Orchestra led by MICHAEL TOMALIN and this week the Radio Strings play the music of Mantovani.
With quality album tracks from some of the world's most popular singers.
Producer RAY HARVEY
A superstar for 50 years,
Gracie Fields made her name in the music halls of the 20s. She went on to make records and to appear in films and on the stage. She was born Grace Stansfield 90 years ago this weekend in Rochdale, and this show commemorates the great lady's talents.
Producer NICK CLARKE BBC Manchester
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9.55 Sports Desk
10.00 VHF/FM joins Radio 1
Bernard Cribbins as Jimmy Bright Frank Thornton as Russell Farrow and Annette Crosbie as Nan Forbes in The Big Bang with John Kane as Bacon/Jacko and Annee Blott as Sue Plant Farrow and Sue are in their office late every evening.
Is it devotion to duty, or just a bit of overtime?
Written by ANDREW PALMER Producer EDWARD TAYLOR
How well do you know the law? Chairman Shaw Taylor asks Nerys Hughes
Kenneth Williams and Ian McCaskill to give their verdicts on some intriguing law cases. With Caroline Gruber John Baddeley and Stephen Rashbrook
Devised and written by BRAD ASHTON Producer USSA EVANS
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