From the White Rock Theatre, Hastings, Robin Stapleton conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra, led by Martin Loveday, with guest singers Jacquelyn Fugelle and Arthur Davies, and Cantabile. Introduced by Robin Boyle.
At 8.20 during the interval, Radio 2's through-the-night-man Alex Lester tells us why he lives in Hastings.
With a population of 120,000, plus 15,000 students and 3.5 million tourists a year, Cambridge has a lot of entertaining to do. From the bar of the ADC Theatre, Cambridge resident and Radio 2 voice Nick Barraclough talks to local writer Jeffrey Archer, Chas and Dave and David Croft. He previews the city's renowned Folk and Film festivals, visits the art gallery, Kettle's Yard and the building site which will be the rebuilt Arts Theatre.
With jolly japes form this year's Footlights Revue and live music from the renowned Classic Buskers.
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