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: Ken Bruce

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 W1A A 4WW PRIORITY REQUEST TOKEN: page 100

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 showbiz magazine.

: Martin Kelner

with another selection of favourite music.

: Nigel Dempster

0 ANSWERS, PLEASE!
If you do something badly or botch something up you are said to be making a pig's ear of it. But why a pig? Why not a cow, or any other animal's ear?
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 W 1 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.
Liza Goddard , Tom O'Connor , Ruth Madoc and Chris Emmett match wits on July 23rds past. Chairman
Cliff Michelmore.
Producer Jon Naismith

Contributors

Unknown: Liza Goddard
Unknown: Tom O'Connor
Unknown: Ruth Madoc
Unknown: Chris Emmett
Unknown: Cliff Michelmore.
Producer: Jon Naismith

: Steve Race

This week on record
Frank Sinatra.
Barry Forgie directs the BBC Big Band, with vocal guest Sheila Southern.
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: Frank Sinatra.
Unknown: Barry Forgie
Unknown: Angela Christian
Unknown: Steve Race
Producer: Maura Clarke

: Riding Down from Leuchars

A centenary tribute to the Scottish Student Song Book, recorded in the Younger Hall, University of St Andrews.
Ian Bradley talks to members of the Song Book Committee, and Ian McCrorie conducts students from Aberdeen, Edinburgh and St Andrews in some well-loved Scots songs and less familiar ditties, including Abdul the Bulbul Ameer and The
Pawkie Duke. The organist and pianist is John Kitchen. Producer Glyn Bragg

Contributors

Talks: Ian Bradley
Talks: Ian McCrorie
Talks: St Andrews
Unknown: Pawkie Duke.
Unknown: John Kitchen.
Producer: Glyn Bragg

: Chris Stuart

On the print! Join Chris Stuart tonight in the newsroom of the Northern
Echo, a leading regional newspaper. Find out where the news comes from and how papers are put together, when Chris talks to the journalists and editors as the presses roll for tomorrow morning's editions.
Producer Phil Hughes

Contributors

Unknown: Join Chris Stuart
Producer: Phil Hughes

: Jazz Parade

Digby Fairweather with a topical look at the jazz world.

Contributors

Unknown: Digby Fairweather

: 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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