Producers Anthony Cherry and Flick Roskrow
Robin Boyle introduces more classic variety and music from the wireless archives. This week, a 1961 edition of the family situation comedy Life with the Lyons featuring
Bebe Daniels , Ben Lyon , Richard Lyon , Barbara Lyon and Molly Weir. And at 2.30 The Russ Conway Show from
1962, with Danny Williams and the Springfields.
Producers Richard Edis and Anthony Wills Rpt
with Sounds of the 50s
Repeated at 12.05am
Candymaker Milton Hershey introduced the world to the milk chocolate bar 100 years ago. Today
Jane Asher presents a delicious assortment of chocolate history and chocolate making. Producer Anthony Cherry
with New Country
A Smooth Operations production
... Sanitised for the Wireless
Glyndebourne, Delia Smith and bullfighting are just three of the subjects Kit Hesketh-Harvey and the mysteriously named Widow gently lampoon in this special recording from
Edinburgh. They are joined by the Condos, an outrageous singing family from Scrunton, Pennsylvania. Producer Chris Neill
Will widescreen and high definition TV kill off cinema in the next 100 years? Christopher Lee and film historian John Huntley take a look into the future in the last of the series.
All aboard for a musical journey on the Orient
Express. Recorded at Marble Hill Park, Twickenham, the BBC Concert Orchestra, leader Martin Loveday , conducted by Stanley
Black, play some of the most popular music associated with the ports of call on this world-famous journey. Including La Mer , An American in Paris,
Canzone d'ltalia and Variations on Carnival of Venice for flute and orchestra. With lleana
Ruhemann (flute). Introduced by Leonard Pearcey. Producer John Langridge Concert sponsored by The Sunday Telegraph At 8.20 Interval with Chris Stuart.
with the Radio 2 Arts
with Sounds of the 50s Repeated from 3.00pm
with Night Ride
Including at 1.30, 3.30 Pause for Thought with James Whitbourn.