Radio 2 - the Slumbering Giant Awakes
Terry Wogan is the guest speaker at this year's lecture given before an invited audience in the Council Chamber of Broadcasting House. Producer Bridget Apps
Repeated on Monday 17 April
The antidote to panel games pays a second visit to the Assembly Rooms,
Bath. Humphrey Lyttelton is joined by Willie Rushton ,
Barry Cryer , Graeme Garden and Paul Merton. With Colin
Sell at the piano. Producer Jon Naismith
First broadcast on Radio 4
Twenty years ago Emmylou Harris first appeared with her legendary Hot Band.
For this tour she is reunited with Marty Stuart and Trisha Yearwood for a musical occasion to remember. Nick Barraclough introduces highlights from last night's opening concert at the Point Depot, Dublin, and talks to the three stars. Producer Stuart Hobday
Ken Bruce introduces classic radio comedy. This week, the second of five episodes of Dad's Army. In The Deadly Attachment, the crew of a German U-boat are spotted off the coast. Written by Jimmy Perry and David Croft
Producer Barry Littlechild Rpt
The artist currently wowing audiences with her portrayal of Norma Desmond in Sunset Boulevard in a performance recorded at the Golders Green Hippodrome. Michael Reed conducts the BBC Big Band and the BBC Concert Orchestra, with Kenny Werner on piano and Jamie Haddad on drums.
Producer John Langridge
with the Sunday Show live from the Shetland
Sujata meets some of the people living and working in the far north of the British Isles , and there's fun and music from the current
Shetland Folk Festival.
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