Brian Hayes and his guests reflect on the year. Producer Paul Rogers
4: Remember, Remember the Fifth of September
Starring Peter Davison and Michael Williams. The blackest day of the year has come to Oglethorpe station - it's June's birthday. David is determined to make it a day to remember.
Repeated from Thursday Written by Peter Morfoot
with New Country
A Smooth Operations production
Michael Bevis traces the history of Franz Lehar 's enchanting operetta The Merry Widow, first performed in Vienna exactly 90 years ago today. With comments from
Evelyn Laye , Nigel Douglas and Vilem Tausky , plus extracts featuring
Mitzi Gunther , Beverly Sills,
Cheryl Studer , Felicity Lott , June Bronhill ,
Jeanette MacDonald , and Joan Sutherland as Hanna Glawari.
Producer Anthony Wills
The last in this three-part series reflects the country music side of the versatile entertainer Wally Whyton. For 25 years his name has been synonymous with country music not only in Great Britain but also
Nashville. With comment and observations from producers, fellow journalists and friends.
Ken Bruce introduces the first of four repeats of variety, comedy and nostalgia from the madcap antics that was regular listening between 1948 and 1959. This edition from
January, 1954, features the classic Glums Supper with Jimmy Edwards ,
Dick Bentley and June Whitfield - Pa, Ron and Eth.
Producer Barry Littlechild Rpt
From the stage of the Barbican in London, accompanied by the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Peter Robinson. Join
Lesley Garrett and her friends Sara Fulgoni
(mezzo soprano), Michael Preston-Roberts
(tenor) and David Barrell (baritone) for this special Radio 2 gala concert.
Introduced by Ken Bruce. Producer Alan Boyd
with the Radio 2 Arts Programme
Including at 1.30, 3.30 Pause for Thought With Tony Jasper.