Wal's hols have come to an end, so he's back in the driving seat to bring you the best in country music, featuring one of the hottest 'New Country' acts, the O'Kanes, in concert from the 1988 Wembley Country Music Festival. Producer NICK BARRACLOUGH
Lon Satton invites you to share his celebration of black gospel. This week's guests are the great Barrett Sisters, plus the enormous sound of the First
Jurisdiction State Mass Choir recorded in Chicago.
Producer MICHAEL WAKELIN
Sketches and songs in the company of Ernie Wise
Hugh Paddick, Chris Emmett Polly James and their guests
Music from the Peter Moss Band Sketches by MARTIN BOOTH
STUARTSILVER, MALCOLM WILLLAMSON ALAN WHITING and others Lyrics by JEREMY BROWNE Producer MARK ROBSON
(Re-broadcast next Saturday)
Mick Groves , Cliff Hall
Hugh Jones and Tony Davis with 'Count' John McCormick (bass), sing some songs and tell the odd story in the company of a few friends, including special guest Madeleine Bell with David Arch (piano) and Barry Reeves (drums)
Producer JOHN FAWCETT WILSON
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