with Folk on 2 As promised, more historical session material from the late Sandy Denny and. in the studio, newcomers the Flynn Brothers with Martin Bell. Producer GEOFFREY HEWITT BBC Pebble Mill FMonlyfrom 7.30
Presented by Andy Smith
It's the first international night of the new season, with all four home countries in action.
For ENGLAND there's a chance to rebuild after their disappointing showing in the European Championship earlier in the year. They take on DENMARK at Wembley in a friendly international.
Commentators are BRYON BUTLER and MIKE ingham. with expert summaries from
Everyone else is beginning their campaign to reach the 1990 World Cup finals. RODDY FORSYTH reports from Oslo where SCOTLAND play NORWAY.
WALES travel to Amsterdam, where their opponents are the current European Champions the NETHERLANDS.
ALAN GREEN and LEIGHTON JAMES are watching.
In Belfast, NORTHERN IRELAND play the REPUBLIC OF IRELAND in their first World Cup game. There is news from Windsor Park.
Producer PETER SLATER
Over 170 bands from around the world competed in last month's contest at Glasgow's Bellahouston Park. George Mcllwham introduces the top performances from the premier grade competition. BBC Scotland
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Along with songs from the 1920s through to the 1980s Bob Kerr and the Whoopee Band offer you unashamed nostalgia, hot jazz and a hilarious romp with the kings of comedy - dare you refuse?
Producer JONATHAN JAMES MOORE
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