"Do ya think he's sexy?"
The life and musical career of Rod Stewart are the subject of this week's show. With six solo number ones behind him, including the superhit Sailin', Stewart is again enjoying chart success, has a new album, and is currently touring the UK.
Andrew Duncan interviews Rod Stewart: page 18
A monthly guide to living life to the full. This edition celebrates a decade of Innovations magazine, investigates the Great
British sandwich, takes a city break to Nottingham, and offers advice on collecting antiques of the future. Producer Anthony Wills
Ken Bruce introduces the second of two classic episodes of The Men from the Ministry, the sitcom about the civil service.
Mission Inedible. Disaster at the Ministry when the tea and biscuit fund runs dry. Starring Deryck Guyler and Richard Murdoch.
Producer Barry Littlechild First broadcast in 1977
The programme to celebrate 25 years of singer Vernon Midgley 's broadcasting career, recorded at the Hippodrome, Golders Green, London. lain Sutherland conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra, led by Martin Loveday , with the soprano Juliet Midgley , and Ambrosian Singers, directed by John McCarthy. Introduced by Ian Wallace. Producer Alan Boyd
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