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: Martin Kelner

6.45 Pause for Thought with the Rev
Charlie Cleverley.

Contributors

Unknown: Charlie Cleverley.

: Derek Jameson

8.50 Sports Round-Up
9.15 Pause for Thought with the Rev
Guy Laurence.

Contributors

Unknown: Guy Laurence.

: Judith Chalmers

with requests and dedications.
0 WRITE to: Judith Chalmers ,
BBC Radio 2, London W 1 A 4WW

Contributors

Unknown: Judith Chalmers

: Jimmy Young

talks to the people who make the news.
Plus today: your medical questions answered.

: David Jacobs

plays the music and tells the stories behind it.

: Gloria Hunniford

with music, guests and chat on the afternoon magazine.

: Don Maclean

with another selection of his favourite music and memories.

: John Dunn

A show of sagas, sages and songs.
• ANSWERS, PLEASE! - The sun is apparently a ball of fire. Why, then, is the space between the earth and the sun so cold and dark? If this, or any other question, provokes heated discussion in your family, find out the answer by writing to:
Answers, Please!, John Dunn.
BBC Radio 2. London WI 4WW. From Tuesday 6 August. John Dunn will be hosting a weekly edition of the programme.

Contributors

Unknown: John Dunn.
Unknown: John Dunn

: Some of These Days

A quiz game about this day in history: the people, places and events that made it memorable.
Wendy Richard and Alfred Marks match wits on past July 16ths with Ernie Wise and George Chisholm. Chairman
Cliff Michelmore.
With Colin Sell (piano). Producer Jon Naismith

Contributors

Unknown: Wendy Richard
Unknown: Ernie Wise
Unknown: George Chisholm.
Unknown: Cliff Michelmore.
Producer: Jon Naismith

: Steve Race

This week on record
Matt Monro.
Roland Shaw directs the BBC Big Band, with vocal guest Carol Kidd.
And Dreamtime, in which Angela Christian joins
Steve Race at the piano for some songs and tunes of earlier years.
Producer Maura Clarke

Contributors

Unknown: Matt Monro.
Unknown: Roland Shaw
Unknown: Carol Kidd.
Unknown: Angela Christian
Unknown: Steve Race
Producer: Maura Clarke

: 150 Years of Punch

Miles Kington celebrates 150 years of Punch magazine with contributions from, among others, Alan Coren , Bill Tidy, Sir
Clement Freud , Melvyn Bragg and Thelwell. The magazine was founded in 1841, with Z25 capital, by the engraver
Ebenezer Landells and the journalist Henry Mayhew. Its own advance publicity described it as a 'refuge for destitute wit, an asylum for thousands of orphan jokes'. Over the years the editors have included
Sir Francis Bumand , Sir Owen Seaman , Malcolm Muggeridge and William Davis.
Producer Neil Rosser

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Coren
Unknown: Clement Freud
Unknown: Melvyn Bragg
Unknown: Ebenezer Landells
Unknown: Henry Mayhew.
Unknown: Sir Francis Bumand
Unknown: Sir Owen Seaman
Unknown: Malcolm Muggeridge
Unknown: William Davis.
Producer: Neil Rosser

: David Allan

with late-night company and conversation from around Britain, a preview of the early editions of tomorrow's national papers, a track from the Album of the Week and a classic track to close the programme.

: Jazz Parade

Tonight presented by Campbell Burnap .

Contributors

Presented By: Campbell Burnap

: Alex Lester

with Night Ride Music to keep you company through the early hours.
And at 3.00-4.00
A Little Night Music
Including at 1.30, 3.30 Pause for Thought with the Rev
Frank Topping.

: Steve Madden

The Early Show








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