rounds off the week on a happy note with this final thought to stave off the blues....'Is tuning fork a clefd stick?'
Producers PHIL HUGHES , NEIL GEORGE and MADELEINE CUMING including at 6.45 on MWonly Sport and Classified Results
direct from the White Rock Theatre, Hastings Stanley Black conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra led by MARTIN LOVEDAY
Friday Night's Star Singers Lorna Dallas and Peter Morrison with Instant Sunshine and Gordon Langford (piano) Introduced by Robin Boyle Part 1 has a distinct Latin
American flavour, culminating in Ken Moule 's medley
Brasiliana. Part 2 includes a musical portrait of a Hastings landmark and a selection from Pal Joey. Instant Sunshine provide the humour.
Producer DAVID RAYVERN ALLEN (In association with Hastings Borough Council Tourism Department)
8.20-8.40* Relaxing Guitar Judd Procter , one of the country's top session guitarists, is joined by friends, resulting in gentle and mellow music. Producer ALAN BOYD
Glyn Worsnip gathers his wits about him to scrutinise the week's news.
This week the gang is Don Maclean
Dame Hilda Brackett Lance Percival and Carole Golder
Written by MARTIN BOOTH
PETER HICKEY and GLYN WORSNIP Producer ANDY WILSON
(Re-broadcast tomorrow at 6. 00pm)
In the late 19th century, in a small Liverpool hostelry known as the 'Cavern', the exciting
Mersey sound was heard for the first time. The club's DJ was one William Butler , and tonight he is joined by one of the stars of the era, John McNally of the Searchers, to reminisce about those pioneering days.
Bernard Wrigley , the 'Bolton bullfrog', re-creates that distinctive Mersey beat. Producer MARK RADCLIFFE BBC Manchester
12.00 FM rejoins Radio 2
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