Recorded at the Hippodrome, Golders Green, London. Robin Stapleton conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra led by Cynthia Fleming. Singers: Jacquelyn Fugelle and Peter Morrison with the Light Brigade and the John McCarthy Singers. Introduced by Robin Boyle.
Producer Alan Boyd (R)
live from the tenth Kent
Literature Festival, presented by Margaret Howard.
Frank Muir , best-selling novelist Pamela Oldfield and cult fantasy author and film director
Clive Barker. Lord Willis of Chislehurst dips into the works of his favourite
Kent writers and there are poems by Noël
Coward, music with a local flavour and songs from Robin Williamson. Producers Will Cantopher and Roy Apps
Nine to Five
Tonight: working songs. Find out what the travelling yarn spinners of Lancashire got up to in the kitchens of the county while their husbands were out in the fields, and discover which George Formby record was a favourite of Queen Mary.
Producer Nick Clarke (R)
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