Today's phone-in features Rosemary Conley , answering questions about family health, exercies and dieting. Ring [number removed]between 2.00 and 2.45.
Rosemary Conley will also be talking about her six-part Radio Times health and fitness supplement which starts next week.
0 ROSEMARY CONLEY S SUMMER SHAPE-UP SUPPLEMENT: starts in next week's Radio Times. on sale now
0 HEALTH: page 1 !
The second of two recordings made during Good Morning Sunday 1990 Easter Cruise to the Holy Land.
Jane Graham-Maw (flute) Matthew Freeman (piano) Producer John Newbury
(In association with Swan Hellenic Cruises)
with Folk on 2 Tonight a studio session from June Tabor,
Mark Emerson and Giles Lewin.
Plus a new band, Four
Men and a Dog recorded in concert at Down
Patrick Folk Club, County Down.
Producer Geoffrey Hewitt
Six programmes in which Claire Rayner talks to a different guest each week about their childhood and first loves in music.
3: Henry Cooper , the first British boxer to win three Lonsdale belts outright.
Producer Bridget Apps
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