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: Sarah Kennedy

with the Dawn Patrol
News, views and music.

: Pause for Thought

With Diane de Rosso.


Unknown: Diane de Rosso.

: Wake Up to Wogan

News, travel, weather and the greatest hits of all time.

: Pause for Thought

With the Rev Frank Topping.

: Ken Bruce

Dedications and requests.

: Anne Robinson

Talking to the people who make the news. Plus your legal questions answered.

: Debbie Thrower

On the final stop of her tour of National Trust properties, Debbie Thrower visits Kedleston Hall in Derbyshire, one of the finest designs by the architect Robert Adam , where she traces the history of the Curzons of Kedleston.
See also 7.30pm


Unknown: Kedleston Hall
Unknown: Robert Adam

: Ed Stewart

Including the final of the general-knowledge
Accumulator Quiz and regular travel updates.

: John Dunn

Including the Mystery Voice competition.

: Are You Sitting Comfortably?

Don Maclean is in the chair for the last edition in the present series of the quiz.-This week's guests are
Tony Bastable , Andi Peters , Emma Forbes and Jenny Hanley.
Written by Jeremy Pascall and Phil Swem


Unknown: Don MacLean
Unknown: Tony Bastable
Unknown: Andi Peters
Unknown: Emma Forbes
Unknown: Jenny Hanley.
Written By: Jeremy Pascall
Written By: Phil Swem

: Friday Night Is Music Night

From the grounds of Kedleston Hall,
Derbyshire, a special edition to celebrate the National Trust's centenary. Robin Stapleton conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra, led by Martin Loveday.
With guest singers Susan Bullock and Tito Beltran ,
Philip Martin (piano) and the Stephen Hill Singers.
Introduced by Robin Boyle. Producer Alan Boyd


Unknown: Robin Stapleton
Unknown: Martin Loveday.
Singers: Susan Bullock
Singers: Tito Beltran
Piano: Philip Martin
Unknown: Stephen Hill Singers.
Introduced By: Robin Boyle.
Producer: Alan Boyd

: Listen to the Band

Frank Renton introduces a session from the Rigid Containers Group Band, conducted by John Berryman.


Introduces: Frank Renton
Conducted By: John Berryman.

: Alan Titchmarsh

with the Radio 2 Arts Programme
A review of the Midlands arts scene with an emphasis on Stratford. Sir Peter Hall discusses directing Julius Caesar, Alec McCowen and Penelope Wilton are performing in Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard at The Swan, and Laurence Boswell directs his own translation of The Painter of Dishonour at the Other Place.
Elijah Moshinsky talks about directing the world premiere of Lord of the Hies for the RSC, and Julian Glover reads poetry by Robert Graves as part of the Stratford Poetry Festival. The show also visits Treasures from the Courts of Mughal India in Birmingham's Gas Hall and there's news of Birmingham Rep's autumn season.


Presenter: Alan Titchmarsh
Unknown: Alec McCowen
Unknown: Penelope Wilton
Unknown: Laurence Boswell
Talks: Elijah Moshinsky
Talks: Julian Glover
Unknown: Robert Graves
Producer: David Corser

: Campbell Bumap

with Jazz Notes
From the 1995 Appleby Jazz Festival, the Bryan Spring Trio.

: Charles Nove

Including at 1.30, 3.30 Pause for Thought With Jenny Nemko.


Unknown: Jenny Nemko.

: Purba Choudhury

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