Roy Hudd returns in the first of ten programmes to poke fun at the week's big stories.
June Whitfield and Chris Emmett help take irreverent swipes at politicians and celebrities. With music by Pete Moss and the Huddliners. Producer Richard Wilson
welcomes you aboard the Gospel
Train in the first of 12 programmes featuring the best in British and American gospel.
This week, the Remission Choir from the West
Midlands, vintage recordings from the late
1920s and American stars the New Jersey Mass. Producer Michael Wakelin
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