with the Saturday Show
Sujata joins Birmingham's City Centre Discovery Day in the musical company of local lads and lasse the Millhouse Blues Band, those giants of British salsa Como No, and the barber shop quartet Synergie.
Robin Boyle introduces a rare 1977 radio appearance by Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise , with special guest Des O'Connor.
And at 2.30 Edmundo Ros introduces a 1970 programme of Latin American music.
Producers Richard Edis and Anthony Wills
On this day in 1969, 500,000 young people made their way to a muddy farm in upstate New York to spend three days enjoying love, peace and the music of Joan Baez , Janis Joplin , the Who and Jimi Hendrix , amongst others. Presented by folk singer Arlo Guthrie.
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To celebrate George
Shearing's 75th birthday, here's another opportunity to hear from the tour of America which the legendary pianist made with the BBC Big Band. Introduced by George Shearing , with a short preface by Sheila Tracey. The BBC Big Band is conducted by Barry Forgie with Neil Swainson (bass). Producer Robin Sedgely (Revised rpt)
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