present A House in a Garden
Gloria and Alan continue their special summer season of outside broadcasts from stately homes by crossing the sea to
Ireland to visit Mount Stewart. Built in the early 19th century and now owned by the National Trust, the estate is of great historical and architectural importance. Its garden has been described as one of the best in Britain, as it contains many fine examples of subtropical plants and trees with unrivalled views across Strangford Loch and the Mountains of Mourne. Producers COLIN MARTIN
JOHN MORRISON. NEIL GEORGE
A sparkling programme, with this final thought for the week: 'The atmosphere was electric, so I knew I was in for a shock.' Producers PHIL HUGHES
MADELEINE CUMING. FLICK ROSKROW including at 6.45 on MWonly
Sport and Classified Results
From the Barbican, London, the third of four live relays from the Daily MailjLSO Summer Pops. Music Director of the Pops
John Dankworth conducts the London Symphony Orchestra and presents a programme of some of the world's most loved film-music themes, with special guests Tony Coe (saxophone) and Laurie Holloway (piano) Producer ALAN BOYD
(In association with the London Symphony Orchestra)
Tim Gudgin introduces interval entertainment with the Cliff Aungier Trio. Producer IAN GRANT
The third and final part of the Wilfred Pickles story. A look at some of the lesser-known achievements in the broadcaster's long career.
Narrated by Robert Hudson Written by STEPHEN WILLIAMS Producer BILL DARE (R)
A hurly-burly of north-east talent live from Newcastle upon Tyne with poets Ian McMillan and Martin Wylie , music from Dave Burland and some rare BBC commercials. Producer NICK CLARKE BBC North East
12.00 FM rejoins Radio 2
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