Join Roy Hudd ,
June Whitfield and Chris Emmett as the award-winning News Huddlines team trample unceremoniously over the week's news. With music from Peter Moss and the Huddliners. The announcer is Richard Clegg.
Repeated on Saturday
The cream of country music classics and the best of the new releases. Tonight's programme includes country superstar Travis Tritt recorded in concert last weekend at the Shepherd's Bush Empire. His first hit in 1989 was fittingly called Country Club and since then his voice and songwriting ability have kept the man from
Marietta, Georgia, at the top of the country charts.
A look back at some of the highlights of this rhythm and blues series since it began a decade ago.
Launched as an experiment in April 1986, it quickly became the focal point for R'n'B fans throughout the country. Tonight, Jones chooses some of his favourite moments starting with the opening editions when his guests were Chris Barber and Rory Gallagher , and then recalling his encounters with some of the main movers and shakers in the blues world such as B B King,
Sam Phillips , Albert Collins , John Mayall and Mick Fleetwood.
The Gospel Train is stationed at Westminster
Central Hall as it throbs to the joyful sound of 2,500 voices. Top American gospel artist
Hezekiah Walker and his 50-strong Love Crusade Fellowship
Choir take centre stage for their first appearance in the UK and sing the biggest hits from their award-winning albums.
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