Bernie Clifton presents the touring general-knowledge quiz from the Sinah Warren Holiday Village, Hayling Island.
Questions set by DAVID WILLIAMS Devised by DON DAVIS Producer ANDY ALIFFE
7.30 FM rejoins Radio 2
The last of five concerts direct from the Fairfield Hall, Croydon
Introduced by Richard Baker
BBC Concert Orchestra led by MARTIN LOVEDAY conducted by Ashley Lawrence with Isobel Buchanan (soprano), Kristin Merscher (piano), Cantabile, Ambrosian Opera Chorus (director JOHN MCCARTHY)
Producer ALAN BOYD
(Given in association with Fairfield Croydon)
8.20-8.40* More melodies from the Thurston Clarinet Quartet in the Sun Lounge of Fairfield. Producer BRIDGET APPS
Barry McGuigan (GREAT BRITAIN) v Thomas Da Cruz (BRAZIL) McGuigan's first fight as a superfeatherweight proved he'd lost none of his power and flair. But Cruz is ranked fourth, and this world-title eliminator will test the Irishman to the full. The commentator at the ringside at Luton Football Club is IAN DARKE , with expert summaries from HENRY COOPER. Producer GORDON TURNBULL
Live from 1588! Tonight, the first radio programme from the 16th century. Gird your loins and adjust your codpieces for life as it was lived at Kentwell Hall, Suffolk, in the age of good Queen Bess. Death to the Armada! Producer NICK CLARKE BBC Manchester MW rejoins at 10.30*
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