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: Martin Kelner

with the Early Show

: Pause for Thought

with Sarah McCrum.

Contributors

Unknown: Sarah McCrum.

: Pause for Thought

with Father Brian D'Arcy live from South Africa.

Contributors

Unknown: Father Brian D'Arcy

: Ken Bruce

: Jimmy Young

Today, Agony Uncle Philip Hodson is back to answer questions on all sorts of family problems.

Contributors

Unknown: Philip Hodson

: Fiona Armstrong

: Ed Stewart

: John Dunn

: Jim Lloyd

looks back over the year on Folk on 2 and features some of the personalities who have appeared on the programme in 1994.

Contributors

Presenter: Jim Lloyd

: Eurofolk in Concert

Paul James presents some of the best European folk bands recorded during their visits to Britain. This week,
Loyko - the first Russian band to feature in the series, a gypsy trio of violinists.
Recorded at South Hill Park Arts
Centre during the Bracknell Festival.

Contributors

Unknown: Paul James

: Songs Sung in ...

John Howson explores
England's rich heritage of traditional singing. 3: South Yorkshire
John's tour brings him to an area north-west of Sheffield
- the Holme Valley and the village of Grenoside. In this small area there is a wealth of singers and singing tradition, much of it tied up with the festive season.
A Boom Radio production

Contributors

Unknown: John Howson

: Sun, Salsa and Samba

All the bright and rhythmic colours of Latin American music painted by William Marquez. For the last in the series - the music of Brazil.

Contributors

Unknown: William Marquez.

: Nigel Ogden

The Organist Entertains Put aside the turkey sandwiches and settle down for a musical feast in the shape of a 30-minute performance by Mark Whale , recorded at the recent
Caister Festival, held at
Warners Haven Holiday Centre. As a dessert, a succinct though succulent selection of extended seasonal tracks by top artists.

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Whale

: London Calling

3: Little Willie Saves the Day. The BBC is in trouble. The Daily Sketch says its programmes are boring.
Will John Brown see sense and agree to broadcast some light entertainment? Or will his peccadillo with Auntie Phyllis force him over the edge? Either way, Fred "Keep 'em Laughing" Hicks has got a new act for radio, the like of which has never been seen before.Rpt For cast see Thursday

Contributors

Unknown: John Brown
Unknown: Auntie Phyllis

: Ivan Rebroff in Concert

Last year, Ivan Rebroff returned to the UK for the first time in 20 years and thrilled a packed audience with his legendary voice. John Dunn presents highlights of the concert, including a selection of traditional folk songs performed with his Russian Balalaika Ensemble.

Contributors

Unknown: Ivan Rebroff
Unknown: John Dunn
Unknown: Russian Balalaika

: Patrick Lunt

with Night Ride
Including at 1.30
Pause for Thought with Rev Georgie Baxendale.

Contributors

Unknown: Rev Georgie Baxendale.

: Alex Lester

Including at 3.30
Pause for Thought with Rev Georgie Baxendale.

Contributors

Unknown: Rev Georgie Baxendale.








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