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: Don Maclean

says Good Morning Sunday with guest Pat Cash.

: Michael Aspel

: It's National Music Day III!

Ken Bruce hits the road with continuous coverage of the third UK National Music
Day, with Fran Godfrey and friends from all over.
The Beat Is Back
Brian Matthew ,
Pete Murray , Alan Freeman and David Jacobs launch the day with a 60s spectacular live from the Paris Studios.
11.05 Tally Ho! from David George in Land's End with Cornwall's oldest choir and Benjamin Luxon.
11.20 Hoots Mon! lain MacDonald presents music from John o'Groats.
11.35 lechyd Da!
Huw Tregelles Williams previews tonight's Cardiff
Bay orchestral spectacular.
12.00 Guitar Greats
A workshop from the Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, with Bert Weedon.
1.00pm Roy Castle Swings with the BBC Big Band, live from Ruislip Golf Centre.
1.45 Family Favourites with the winners of Radio
2's Britain's Most Musical
Family competition.
2.00 Begorrah, It's the Chieftains! from Newry, County Down.
3.00 Sujata Barot with Eastern music from
Leicester's Belgrave Mela.
3.30 Alan Titchmarsh with the York Railway Intercity Band.
4.00 Call That Singing! Scotland's largest community choir in action.
4.30 The Greatest Organ Show on Earth
Live from Blackpool Tower, hosted by John Marsh.
5.00 A Bluffer's Guide to
British Music with Kit and the Widow.
5.25 The Rev Roger Royle Songs both sacred and secular sung by Salisbury Girls' Cathedral Choir, with Radio 2's Choirgirl of the Year, Emma Trow.
6.00 Nerys Hughes with a musical pot-pourri from the Pavilion, Rhyl.
6.40 Ipswich Celebrates National Music Day with Stephen Foster.
7.00 Dial-a-Song
7.35 Gloucester's 36-Hour
Music Marathon
8.00 Johnny Cash heads the line-up from this year's Glastonbury Festival. Andy Kershaw presents.
8.50 Gloria Hunniford and Matthew Kelly with Opera Singalong, live from the Royal Albert Hall.
10.00 The BBC National
Orchestra of Wales
An orchestral spectacular, complete with fireworks and special effects.
11.00 George Shearing with Neil Swainson and Angela Christian closing the day with jazz.
Researcher Rachel Freck
Producer Graham Pass
SEE THIS WEEK page 12

Contributors

Unknown: Ken Bruce
Unknown: Fran Godfrey
Unknown: Brian Matthew
Unknown: Pete Murray
Unknown: Alan Freeman
Unknown: David Jacobs
Unknown: David George
Unknown: Benjamin Luxon.
Unknown: Huw Tregelles Williams
Unknown: Bert Weedon.
Unknown: Sujata Barot
Unknown: Alan Titchmarsh
Unknown: John Marsh.
Unknown: Roger Royle
Unknown: Emma Trow.
Unknown: Nerys Hughes
Unknown: Stephen Foster.
Unknown: Johnny Cash
Unknown: Andy Kershaw
Unknown: Gloria Hunniford
Unknown: Matthew Kelly
Unknown: Albert Hall.
Unknown: George Shearing
Unknown: Neil Swainson
Unknown: Angela Christian
Unknown: Rachel Freck

: Steve Madden with Night Ride

Including at 1.30
Pause for Thought
With Wilf Gowing

Contributors

Unknown: Wilf Gowing

: Alex Lester









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