With Christmas just a month away, Ed Stewart rolls back the clock to his
Junior Choice days.
There's a chance for some lucky youngster to win a day in London (with a parent) - shopping in the West End, taking in a pantomime, plus a slap-up supper and overnight stay at the luxury Langham
Hilton hotel - and a huge sack of children's videos and tapes. Tune in all this week for details.
Chris Serle with the quiz that probes the English language to uncover the roots of some of today's well-known phrases and sayings. Regular team captains Leslie Thomas and Pam Ayres are joined this week by James Pickles and Gill Pyrah. Producer Andy Aliffe
The third of a series of six concerts featuring the best of country music in the north. This week's concert, recorded earlier this year in Middlesbrough Town Hall, features Gerry Ford and the Lindsey St John Band. Introduced by Brian Golbey.
Producers John Leonard and Pete Johnson
On the 40th anniversary of the world's longest-running play,
Sir Peter Saunders in conversation with Sheila Sim reflects on his journey from tea-boy to theatrical impresario. Sir Peter is aided by some musical memories and by rare personal recordings of Dame Agatha Christie ,
Dame Sybil Thomdike , Sir A P Herbert and others. Producer Roy Oakshott
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