We go back to 1975 for a genuine gem from the bowels of Broadcasting House archives as the daddy of all disc jockeys, known simply as "Jackson", mixes a comic cocktail of music and humour.
Producer Geoff Mullin
Popular Culture - the Endangered Oxymoron Another chance to hear
Richard Stilgoe as the guest speaker in this inaugural lecture, launching an annual series which will consider the role of popular culture in today's society.
Producer Brian Stephens
Alan Sykes introduces the sixth of eight programmes featuring some of the best album tracks recorded by Syd Lawrence over the past quarter of a century. Including such big band classics as Cherokee,
Hawaiian War Chant, Hot Today, Story of a Starry Night and Flying Home. Producer Dave Shannon
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