The Sunday Show featuring your Christmas dedications.
says Good Morning Christmas live from Salzburg, Austria. He visits the chapel where
Silent Night was first sung in 1818 and finds out about local Christmas traditions.
Visits to Mozart's birthplace and film locations for
The Sound of Music are also on the agenda, as are a sleigh ride in the snow and some marvellous Christmas music. Producer HILARY MAYO
speaks to the Commonwealth.
Russell Davies calls up the ghost of Christmas past through the medium of Housewives ' Choice, featuring festive requests and recollections of yesteryear. Compiled by RUSSELL DAVIES
Producer JONATHAN J AMES-MOORE
Your Radio 2 All-Time Greats
A Yuletide happening in which David Frost shepherds the three wise men - Frank Carson Bernie Clifton and Ken Dodd - through some Christmas capers. Devised and researched by ANDREW PALMER and NELL BRENNAN
Producer EDWARD TAYLOR
A programme recorded in 1956 and never before broadcast in the UK. Robin Hood starring Harry Secombe Peter Sellers and Spike Milligan with Dennis Price as Prince John Valentine Dyall as the Sheriff of Nottingoon and Max Geldray the Ray Ellington Quartet
Wally Stott and His Orchestra
Announcer Wallace Greenslade. Written by SPIKE MILLIGAN and LARRY STEPHENS Producer PAT DIXON
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starring Rolf Harris with Joan Savage
BBC Concert Orchestra led by MARTIN LOVEDAY conducted by Neil Richardson. Introduced by Aled Jones.
The concert, recorded in the Opera House, St Helier, features Chitty Chitty Bang Rang,
Tubby the Tuba and many of Rolf Harris 's greatest hits. Producer MEL HOUSE
(Presented in association with the States of Jersey Tourism Committee)
presents a special travel edition as he looks back at the places he's visited this year. Producer PHIL HUGHES
A Christmas Cracker with greetings to unite families and friends.
Christmas with the Glums
As a tribute to Jimmy Edwards , who died earlier this year, another opportunity to hear him in the role with which he was most famously associated - Pa Glum.
Also starring Dick Bentley and June Whitfield with Wallas Eaton and the Keynotes
BBC Revue Orchestra conducted by Harry Rabinowitz. Written by FRANK MUIR and DENIS NORDEN
Producer CHARLES MAXWELL
(First broadcast Christmas Day 1958)
A tribute to the celebrated contralto Kathleen Ferrier. Brian Kay remembers this much-loved artist with the help of many of her recordings, as well as personal and professional recollections from Winifred Ferrier
Norma Procter , Roy Henderson and others.
Producer TIM MCDONALD (R)
Carols and readings in the company of Margaret Cundiff and Nigel Forde at the invitation of St Michael-le-Belfrey, York. With soloists Sarah Ryan and Andrew Quartermain , Choir Girl and Choir Boy of the Year.
Carols: The Sussex Carol (Vaughan Williams); This night a miracle (Davies); In the bleak mid-winter (Cranham); Angels carol (Rutter); God rest ye merry, gentlemen (trad); Unto us a child (Cheeseman and Jeffrey); Sing lullaby;
Hark! The herald-angels sing (Mendelssohn)
Musical Director ANDREW maries Pianist ANDREW SNEDDEN Organist GRAHAM HOWE BBC North East
The Earl Spencer presents a programme of memories and music from the family home in Northamptonshire. Producer GEOFF MULLIN
A miscellany of festive words and music, presented by James Bolam and Susan Jameson , featuring songs from Cantabile, with traditional tunes provided by Joyful Noyse.
Producer DAVID CORSER BBC Pebble Mill
presents Big Band Christmas. National Youth Jazz Orchestra directed by Bill Ashton.
New songs from Lorraine Craig and the spirit of Christmas from gospel choirs on record. Producer RAY HARVEY