Belfast superstar, singer-songwriter
Van Morrison , joins
Paul to talk about his lifelong passion for the blues. Although Morrison has based most of his career in America, winning international acclaim as a concert and recording star, he now resides in London and has returned to the music of Muddy
Waters, Leadbelly, John Lee Hooker , Sonny Boy Williamson and Ray Charles , who were his earliest influences. Producer Dave Shannon BBC Manchester
Glenn McCrory (GB) v Jeff Lampkin (USA) for the IBF World Cruiserweight title. McCrory makes the second defence of his crown against the number one contender. Commentary from the Gateshead Leisure
Centre: Desmond Lynam and Gary Mason.
The silly season gets an early kick-off as Roy Hudd stars with June Whitfield and Chris Emmett in the show that unleashes another series of topical send-ups. Music by Peter Moss and the Huddliners. Written by Mike Coleman , Michael Dines , Ged Parsons. Tony Hare. Peter Hickey and Oleh Stepaniuk. Lyrics Jeremy Browne and Richard Quick Producer Dirk Maggs
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