Ed Stewart discovers the winner of this week's
Accumulator Quiz and asks for your help to track down some other listeners' lost relatives or friends in his Where Are They Now? slot. There's also a chance to choose your Slushy
Four tracks, and regular updates on the travel front.
Recorded at the Hippodrome, Golders Green. Kenneth Alwyn conducts the BBC Concert
Orchestra, led by Martin Loveday.
Friday Night's Star
Singers Susan Bullock and Anthony Michaels-Moore with the Ambrosian Opera Chorus directed by John McCarthy.
Introduced by Robin Boyle. Producer Alan Boyd
Tony Staveacre visits
Cornwall and meets some of the artists who have been drawn to the county since Whistler moved to
St Ives a century ago.
Meanwhile the Bude Jazz Festival is in full swing - 70 bands in eight days. Tonight's programme goes behind the scenes and sits in on a performance by Rod Mason 's Hot Five. Producer Stuart Hobday
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