With her afternoon programme mixing music and chat, including listeners' views and comments. Lifestyle and leisure interests figure largely - features from the kitchen and garden to health and consumer matters, with expert advice from the team of contributors.
1: Off the Rails
Oglethorpe station's ticket sales are at an all-time low: could passengers be put off by the Points's Platform 1 FM Punk Rock Show? Or is it June's seances in the cafe?
Or perhaps it's Rocket's refusal to sell anyone a ticket to Barnsley? David Clare , the new station manager, has a challenge on his hands. with Caroline Strong and David Timson. Written by Peter Morfoot Producer Gareth Edwards
Repeated on Saturday at 1.30pm
Dulcie Dixon leads a return visit to Kensington Temple Church, London. David and Carrie Grant - husband-and-wife, and popular performing artists in their own right-join in the singing and praising of the special choir and band before a lively audience.
Late-night listening with Derek and Ellen Jameson , featuring personalities and topical issues. Including at
10.45 What's That Noise? and at 11.45 a review of tomorrow's papers. Plus the classical feature.
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