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: Sarah Kennedy

with the Dawn Patrol

: Pause for Thought

With John Florance.

Contributors

Unknown: John Florance.

: Pause for Thought

With Don Maclean for World of Faith week.

Contributors

Unknown: Don MacLean

: Ken Bruce

Including at 10.00 Pick of the Hits and, as part of Radio 2's World of Faith
Week, some classic comedy alluding to religion.

: Jimmy Young

Plus your legal questions answered.

: Debbie Thrower

: Ed Stewart

Including the final of the Accumulator Quiz.

: John Dunn

Including at 6.45 a look ahead to the weekend sporting action.

: Panel Beaters

Funny You Should Ask
In this week's panel game from the archives,
Peter Jones puts the questions in the quiz about comedy to Arthur English , Roy Hudd and Sandy Powell who provide the answers and reminiscences.
First broadcast in 1981. Questions by Michael Pointon Producer Paul Mayhew-Archer

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Jones
Unknown: Arthur English
Unknown: Roy Hudd
Unknown: Sandy Powell
Unknown: Michael Pointon
Producer: Paul Mayhew-Archer

: Friday Night Is Music Night

Roderick Dunk conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra, led by Martin Loveday , with guest singers Joan Savage and James Graeme , and Serenata Voices, directed by David Beavan.
Introduced by Robin Boyle. Recorded at the Hippodrome, Golders Green, London. Producer Alan Boyd

Contributors

Unknown: Roderick Dunk
Unknown: Martin Loveday
Singers: Joan Savage
Singers: James Graeme
Directed By: David Beavan.
Introduced By: Robin Boyle.
Producer: Alan Boyd

: Raffles

E W Homung's novel, abridged in six parts by Stewart Conn and read by Nigel Havers.
3: Gentlemen and Players In which Raffles and Bunny play a dangerous game.
A Unique Broadcasting production

Contributors

Unknown: Stewart Conn
Read By: Nigel Havers.

: Listen to the Band

In the run-up to next week's National Brass Band
Championships in London, Frank Renton talks to Elgar Howarth , whose new work
Song for B L is to be the test piece at the Royal Albert Hall.

Contributors

Talks: Frank Renton
Unknown: Elgar Howarth
Unknown: Albert Hall.

: Michael Parkinson

with the Radio 2 Arts
Programme
From the Crucible Studio
Theatre in the heart of Sheffield's theatreland,
Michael Parkinson looks at the arts in Sheffield.
His guests include actors James Bolam ,
Andrew Sachs and Philip Franks , playwright Willis Hall , Chick Eldridge - choreographer of the Second Stride dance company, and the Crucible's new artistic director
Deborah Paige. With music from the Emperor String Quartet and Sheffield-bom singer/ songwriter Paul Carrack.
A Radio Corporation production

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Parkinson
Unknown: James Bolam
Unknown: Andrew Sachs
Unknown: Philip Franks
Unknown: Willis Hall
Unknown: Chick Eldridge
Director: Deborah Paige.
Songwriter: Paul Carrack.

: Digby Fairweather

with Jazz Notes
With the BBC Big Band.

: Sue McGarry

Including at 1.30, 3.30 Pause for Thought
With Patrick Forbes.

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Forbes.

: Saima

Saima Chaudry with music and chat.
Portland Media Services production

Contributors

Unknown: Saima Chaudry








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