12.00 Desmond Carrington with Radio 2 All-Time Greats
2.00pm An OW Fashioned Christmas
Voices from across Britain remember Christmas as it used to be.
A Pier production
3.00 Throw Another Log on the Fire
Join the Yetties and their friends for seasonal songs, carols, poems and stories from around the British
Isles. Their special guest Isla St Clair brings along her own seasonal musical memories. Recorded at the Bridport Arts Centre, Dorset.
Producer Stuart Hobday
4.00 Chris Stuart 's Piano
This week's featured artists include Count Basie.
Rawicz and Landauer, and Richard Clayderman.
4.30 Sing Something Simple The Cliff Adams Singers. with Jack Emblow. Rpt
5.00 Counting the Days to Christmas
With St Michael 's Singers and Fine Arts Brass
Ensemble conducted by Paul Eddington-Wright , and Linda Richardson and the Arcadians conducted by Goff Richards.
Roger Royle presents favourite carols from the Guards' Chapel in London with members and friends of the Soldiers, Sailors and Airmen's Families
Association. With Emma
Kirkby, the Tallis Chamber Choir conducted by Philip Simms and the Band of the Coidstream Guards directed by Major D J Marshall. Plus organist Andrew Pearmain.
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Chapter House Choir, who perform carols from the candle-lit setting of York Minster's 13th-century Chapter House. To mark the occasion, the choir premier a new carol written for the anniversary by its founder conductor, Andrew Carter. The choir are directed by Jane Sturmheit and the organist is Philip Moore. Presented by Alan Sykes.
Producer Bob McDowall
Choir directed by:
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