The Early Show
A special New Year bumper edition.
6.45 Pause for Thought
Ssh, ssh, ssh ... yes, you've gone and done it again, haven't you? No matter - we'll treat you gently and ease you from that morning-after-the-night-before feeling. Producer CAROLYN SMYTH
9.15 Pause for Thought
Relaxalongamax after the rigours of New Year's Eve, with a selection of favourite records and a story or two to tell. Producer GRAHAM PASS
talking to the people who make the news.
invites you to 'ring in the new' with two hours of 'our kind of music'.
with John Rawling
The top game in London is at Stamford Bridge where Aston Villa take on Chelsea, and the League holders Arsenal have a home game against Crystal Palace.
A double bill of Barclays League football with extensive coverage of the afternoon matches with second-half commentary. Plus at 5.00pm
Nottingham Forest v
Liverpool. Commentary on the whole match. Producer BOB SHENNAN Editor ROB HASTIE
Love in the New Year, with some excellent afternoon music to start the year off right.
Live from his home territory of Manchester with music and guests. Producer BOB MCDOWALL BBC Manchester
with Dance Band Days. and at
7.30 Big Band Era
Producer ROYSTON HERBERT
The first of two programmes recorded at The Forum, Hatfield, with the BBC Big Band conducted by Barry Forgie.
With Elaine Delmar. Introduced by Sheila Tracy.
Producer ROBIN SEDGLEY
With the best of jazz on record.
Producer TERRY CARTER
A reminiscent quiz programme on the subject of jazz.
This week from the Concorde Club, Eastleigh.
Chairman Benny Green with John Barnes Campbell Burnap
Humphrey Lyttelton and Ronnie Scott.
Research and questions by ROY PELLETT
Producer RICHARD WILLCOX
In the last of the series, Dick Vosburgh demonstrates how film-title tunes were used by the eight major Hollywood studios. With Kerry Shale. Producer BILL DARE
Radio 2's daily magazine with music and features on all aspects of the arts. Producers RICHARD MASTERS and FLICK ROSKROW
It's the ideal antidote to drowsiness and the perfect cure for insomnia at the same time.
A little music for the darkest hours.
Producer RUTH CUBBIN
The Early Show eases your way from night to day.