A celebration of recording highlights in this centenary year of Emile Berliner 's invention of the gramophone. Old ones, rare ones and really obscure ones - plus a look at the latest on the audio scene. Featuring Brian Rust 's
Collectors'Dreams, They Did It This Way with Tony Russell , Listeners' Slipped Discs, and Star Choice with this week's guest Wendy Richard. Producer JEFF UNK BBC North East
What is the Edinburgh Fringe? In the second of two programmes, Arthur Smith explains, assisted by live performances from the best shows at the 88 Festival. Producers MARK
ROBSON DAVID TYLER and BILL DARE
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