Steve Gray conducts the BBC Radio Orchestra led by MICHAEL TOMALIN. With guests:
Nick Curtis and tenor saxophonist Duncan Lamont.
Angela Morley conducts the BBC Radio Strings.
With classic album tracks from the star vocalists of popular music.
Producer RAY HARVEY
Bob Sinfield makes an informal journey through the 20th century, exploring the topical song. 2: Oh It's a Lovely War (1915-31)
When this lousy war is over, the lousy peace begins - but before the depression, we salute heroes of the air, like
Lindbergh, Amy and the BBC announcer. Singers include: Olive Gilbert Jack Hylton
Gertrude Lawrence and Flotsam and Jetsam.
Producer BARBARA PAGE (R)
9.55 Sports Desk
Starring and Hell Hath No Fury.
Mrs Forbes is a secretary who won't be dictated to. And she's been taken for granted far too long. So, when she's offered more money elsewhere, why shouldn't she take it?
But can Brightco survive without her?
Written by ANDREW PALMER
Producer EDWARD TAYLOR (R)
Sue Plant, in:
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