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: Sarah Kennedy

with the Early Show

: Pause for Thought

with Gerald O'Collins SJ.

Contributors

Unknown: Gerald O'Collins

: Wake Up to Wogan

To start Radio 2's April in Paris Day, Terry talks to special guests on the riverboat lie de France on the River Seine.

: Pause for Thought

with Canon Colin Semper.

Contributors

Unknown: Canon Colin Semper.

: Ken Bruce

As part of Radio 2's April in Paris day, Ken explores Disneyland Paris.

Contributors

DJ: Ken Bruce
Producer: Paul Walters

: Martyn Lewis

On the eve of the French
Presidential Elections,
Martyn reports from Paris. Including legal questions with a Gallic flavour, breakfast with a French family and news of how food is on the curriculum in French Primary Schools.

: Gloria Hunniford

welcomes you to Bohemian Montmartre, with guests from the worlds of art, fashion and entertainment.
# See This Week: page 7

: Ed Stewart

As part of Radio 2's April in Paris Day, Ed climbs the Eiffel Tower with four listeners and tests their knowledge of things Gallic.

: John Dunn

Direct from the Cite des
Sciences et de l'lndustrie in Paris as part of Radio 2's
April in Paris Day, John looks at French achievements in the world of science.

: Friday Night Is Music Night

from the Salle Olivier Messiaen, Paris.
Robin Boyle introduces the final gala event of Radio 2's April in Paris Day, featuring the best of English and French music. Robin Stapleton conducts the BBC Concert
Orchestra, led by Martin Loveday , with star singers Susan Bullock and Karl
Morgan Daymond , and Maurice Hasson (violin).
At 8.20, during the interval, Daniel Pageon explores the world of the French chanson.
Producer Alan Boyd

Contributors

Unknown: Olivier Messiaen
Introduces: Robin Boyle
Music: Robin Stapleton
Unknown: Martin Loveday
Singers: Susan Bullock
Unknown: Morgan Daymond
Violin: Maurice Hasson
Unknown: Daniel Pageon
Producer: Alan Boyd

: Listen to the Band

Frank Renton presents session guests the Grimethorpe Colliery Band conducted by Chris Houlding.

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Renton
Conducted By: Chris Houlding.

: Tony Staveacre

with the Radio 2 Arts
Programme from Plymouth, Poole, Bristol and the Mendip Hills.
Theatre: Out of the Rubble is a community play charting Plymouth's 50 years of peace, with a soundtrack of popular music of the times; Waiting for
Stoppard is Miles Kington's first play, which is being produced by Antidote Theatre at the Bristol Old Vic.
Music: Sian and Nick Vallis
Davies introduce their
Karaoke Classics.
Painting: Martin Bentham talks about the challenge of making a living from fine art in the 90s. And judo:
Jerry Hicks tells bizarre stories of life on and off the mat.
A Tony Staveacre production

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Vallis
Talks: Martin Bentham
Unknown: Jerry Hicks
Unknown: Tony Staveacre

: Digby Fairweather

with Jazz Notes.
Beryl Bryden and Her Blue Boys, celebrating 50 years in the music business.

Contributors

Unknown: Beryl Bryden

: Charles Nove

with Night Ride
Including at 1.30, 3.30 Pause for Thought with Dr Neville Prinja.

Contributors

Unknown: Dr Neville Prinja.

: Brenda Emmanus

A Ray Harvey production

Contributors

Unknown: Ray Harvey








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