Radio Goes To Town from the Pavilion
Members of the audience can challenge the 'Gram' library to find their choice of record, however obscure, and have it on the turntable within minutes!
with Night Ride
And at 3.00-4.00
A Little Night Music
Including at 1.30, 3.30 : Pause for Thought with Margaret Collingwood.
Radio 2's Homecheck home safety campaign kicks off today with Debbie Greenwood reporting from Peterborough. There will be more information and advice on Gloria
Hunniford on Wednesday, Jimmy Young on Thursday and John Dunn on Friday. The Roadshow will also be on tour, moving on to Leeds (Tuesday),
Bolton (Wednesday) and Dudley (Friday) with advice on how to make your home safer.
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