The fifth in a series of eight programmes.
A light-hearted nostalgia quiz covering over 60 years of radio history.
Strolling down memory lane are Bob Holness , Peter Goodwright , Roy Hudd and Barry Took. Presented by David Rider.
Producer Richard Edis
In a series of four programmes Bob Copper remembers his boyhood in the Sussex village of Rottingdean and the songs which have been in his family for generations. 2: Summer.
With contributions from the Copper family and Steven Faux (fiddle). Producer Angela Hind
with Folk on 2 Jim Lloyd answers your letters and presents tonight's topics.
Including Ewan MacColl , Sandy Denny , folk music in Bodmin, and finally, all the way from Tonga, the Kulubu Helipeow Glee Club.
Produer Geoffrey Hewitt
The late vocalist with the Stan Kenton Band, whose best-known record was How High the Moon, had a unique throaty style.
Her death earlier this year followed a long illness.
Dave Gelly gives his appraisal of a distinguished recording career.
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