Stepping off at Manchester Piccadilly, Carol Pemberton introduces the best of British gospel from the city's Christian Assembly hall. She's joined by the four-brother four-part harmony singers The
Priscilla Jones , who won the BBC
Radio West Midlands Best
Gospel Artist in 1993, and a mass choir and congregation singing gospel music as it should be heard.
Derek and Ellen Jameson present a late-night mixture of music and chat including at 10.46 What's That
Noise? and at 11.45 a review of tomorrow's papers. There's also the guest interview and Derek's classical feature.
Today's programme also features Stephen Jarvis 's regular slot looking at some of the bizarre clubs people belong to.
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