Martyn Lewis brings the nostalgia-based quiz show from BBC2 to Radio 2. He is joined by Jilly Goolden and Susan Brooks ,
Fern Britton and Clement Freud , who answer questions about anything and everything that happened on this day in years gone by. A Mentom Radio production
From the Hippodrome, Golders Green, London.
Robin Stapleton conducts the BBC Concert
Orchestra, led by Martin Loveday , with guest singers Susan Bullock and Tito
Beltran, and Geoff Eales on the piano. Introduced by Robin Boyle.
Producer Alan Boyd Rpt
The Radio 2 Arts
Stewart White presents tonight's edition from the second Ways with Words Literary Festival held in Southwold on the Suffolk coast. Local writer and broadcaster Keith Skipper presents a literary biography of the Suffolk Coast from
Crabbe and Dickens, to
Conrad, Orwell and Ewart-Evans. Simon Loftus, who helped develop local brewers Adnams into one of the major forces in the British wine industry, reflects on his wine writing and love of art. The programme joins another local, traditional singer John "Dusso" Winter for a song and a pint in the Harbour Inn, while novelist
Susan Hill reflects on her sequel to Daphne du
Maurier's Rebecca and a different project with garden designer Rory Stuart. Roy Hattersley reflects on 50 years with the Labour Party and the BBC's former political editor John Cole views politics from the other side of the fence.
Musical entertainment comes from The Sole Bay Jazz Band and the Wenhaston Boys' Choir. A Boom Radio production
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