Producer PAM COX
6.45 Pause for Thought with Derek Jacobi
Who will he be wishing a happy birthday to? Producers DENIS O'KEEFFE
JULIAN MERES and GARY BONES
9.15 Pause for Thought with Dr Pauline Webb
Producer CAROLYN SMYTH
talking to the people who make the news. Producers JOHN GURNETT and ROGER BOWMAN
Whoever heard of a 70s singer/songwriter in white tie and tails?
Nobody had until Peter Skellern came along and changed the face of the hit parade with You 're a Lady in 1975. Peter likes a challenge, and he likes doing things differently; he'll be sitting in the hot seat this lunchtime and all this week.
Producer RUTH CUBBIN
Producers COLIN MARTIN
NEIL GEORGE. PAUL NEWMAN and ALAN ROBERTS
Producers STELLA HANSON
MADELEINE CUMING and MAURA CLARKF.
with Dance Band Days and at 7.30
Big Band Era.
Producer ROYSTON HERBERT
The first of two programmes recorded at Daventry Leisure Centre, with the BBC Big Band conducted by Barry Forgie.
With Colin Anthony. Introduced by Sheila Tracy.
Producer ROBIN SEDGLEY
with the best of jazz on record.
Producer TERRY CARTER
Don Maclean presents the quiz show that combines wit and wisdom as three comedians battle out ten gruelling events to become the Clever Dick of the Week. This week's comedians are
Squire Ronnie Haywood , Mick Miller and Hal Nolan. Written by HOWARD IMBER Producer ANDY AUFFE (R)
The first of ten programmes in which
Chris Kelly recalls some of the most famous and star-studded evenings in Hollywood history.
This week: April 1978, the 50th anniversary of the Academy Awards. Woody Allen 's
Annie Hall defeats Star Wars as the best film of the year; outsider Richard Dreyfuss is named best actor for The Goodbye Girl; and Britain's Vanessa Redgrave creates controversy as she is named for Julia. Written and compiled by ROY PICKARD
Producer RICHARD WILLCOX (R)
presents Radio 2's daily magazine
Producers RICHARD MASTERS FLICK ROSKROW and ALISON TUOHY
Light music for the darkest hour.
The Early Show eases your way from night to day.