With Rabbi Sidney Brichto.
News, travel, weather and the hits. At 8.00 auctioneer Paul Viney joins Wogan for the Children in Need auction.
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With the Rev Canon Roger Royle.
Including at 10.00 Pick of the Hits.
Talking to the people who make the news. Plus,
Paul Viney with the Children in Need auction, including the chance to raise London's
Join Debbie Thrower as she browses round this year's BBC Good Food and Kitchen Show at the NEC,
The first broadcast by Three Nation's Flutes. Sarah Allen, Brian Finnegan and Michael McGoldrick play flute solos, duos and trios, taking their influences from the traditions of Britain.
There's also a look at a new book on the music and traditions of Shetland which features Tom Anderson, the man who revived the Shetland fiddle style.
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In the third programme in the series Pride of Place,
Archie Fisher listens to other songwriters with a strong sense of history and belonging.
This week, Canadian band
Tzimmes; the Yiddish music hall song Coney Ireland Wedding by Leo Fuchs ; a Sephardic song collected in Morocco; a song from the Vilna Ghetto about the escape of a three-year-old child; and some Hassidic dances played by Skeaping's own band, The Burning Bush.
Continuing the series with Jimmie Macgregor.
2: Shipyards, Hillsides and Trawlers
One way to deal with years of unremitting toil was to sing about it, and great songs have been written about the working Scot.
Music specially requested by listeners, plus views and information from the popular organ and keyboard world.
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Pause for Thought With the Rev David Chillingworth.
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Pause for Thought With the Rev David Chillingworth