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Listings

: Sarah Kennedy

with the Dawn Patrol
News, views and music.

: Pause for Thought

With George Stack.

Contributors

Unknown: George Stack.

: Wake Up to Wogan

News, travel and weather.

: Pause for Thought

With the Rev Canon Roger Royle.

Contributors

Unknown: Canon Roger Royle.

: Ken Bruce

Dedications and requests. Including at 10.00 Pick of the Hits.

: Trevor McDonald

Talking to the people who make the news.

: Debbie Thrower

A mix of music and chat, with listeners' views.

: Ed Stewart

With two contestants on the general knowledge Accumulator Quiz.

: John Dunn

Including the Mystery Voice competition.

: The Radio 2 Young Tradition Award

From the Purcell
Room of London's
South Bank Centre,
Jim Lloyd presents the finals of this award which aims to assist young musicians developing careers in the area of traditional music.
This year's finalists are Oliver Bootle from Rye,
Sussex (singer/violin), Ben Dauncey from Caterham,
Surrey (melodeon), Corrina Hewat from Edinburgh,
(Scottish small harp) and Michael McGoldrick from
Manchester
(whistles/pipes/flute).
At 8.00 approximately, during the interval, Richard Stilgoe talks to two previously successful award entrants, Lucy Castle and Simon Thoumire.
8.45 The first "Radio
Ballads", created by Charles Parker ,
Ewan MacColl and Peggy Seeger were produced almost 40 years ago. Following the awards, Gillian Reynolds looks at the Charles Parker
Archive and explores the influence being handed on to a new generation of young musicians. Producer Jane Ward

Contributors

Unknown: Jim Lloyd
Unknown: Oliver Bootle
Violin: Ben Dauncey
Unknown: Corrina Hewat
Unknown: Michael McGoldrick
Talks: Richard Stilgoe
Talks: Simon Thoumire.
Unknown: Charles Parker
Unknown: Ewan MacColl
Unknown: Peggy Seeger
Unknown: Gillian Reynolds
Producer: Jane Ward

: A Passage Through India

On the third leg of her tour of India, Sujata Barot heads south to the state of Karnataka. She visits the Maharaja of Mysore and learns about his family. In
Bangalore, the state capital and Asia's fastest growing city, she samples pub culture and investigates the food, music, theatre and literature of southern India.

Contributors

Unknown: Sujata Barot

: Nigel Ogden

The Organist Entertains Music, views and information from the popular organ and keyboard world. Plus, John Leeming takes a look at a nostalgic collection of theatre organ tracks, reissued to mark the 50th anniversary of the end of the Second World War.

Contributors

Unknown: John Leeming

: The Jamesons

Phone in and put your point of view to Derek and Ellen
Jameson on [number removed] at the cost of a local call from anywhere in the UK. LINES OPEN from 10.00pm

: Steve Madden

Including at 1.30
Pause for Thought With the Rev David Chillingworth.

Contributors

Unknown: Rev David Chillingworth.

: Alex Lester

Including at 3.30
Pause for Thought With the Rev David Chillingworth.

Contributors

Unknown: Rev David Chillingworth.








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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