Once again, in a specially-recorded programme from the Golders Green Hippodrome, a special concert edition with the BBC Radio Orchestra, conducted by Geoff Love , the Stephen Hill Singers and guest star Vince Hill ProducerANTHONY CHERRY
Alex Pascall and Juliet Alexander present diverse flavours of the West Indies in a carnival occasion at the Golders Green Hippodrome. With Jean Adebambo, John Agard, Beverley Bell, Caribbean Focus Choir, Sharon D. Clarke, John Hawkins Quartet, Jose Hernandez, London All-Stars Steel Band, Shikisha, Sol Ray, Jus' Vhybs, Young Kitchener and Trio, Zagada
London All-Stars Steel
Young Kitchener and
From Fleet Street to Wapping, there's just no stopping the terrors of the tabloids!
Chairman Glyn Worsnip rallies team captains Gyles Brandreth and Molly Parkin with guests Denise Coffey and Doc Cox for another series probing the popular press.
Written by PETER HICKEY and MIKE COLEMAN
Producer DIRK MAGGS
(Re-broadcast tomorrow at 7. 00pm)
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