In the second of a series of special programmes throughout the year investigating scientific marvels, John Dunn visits
Key Largo, where top marine experts are gathering for this year's Jason Project.
He also finds out about the need for a rigorous conservation policy regarding the world's oceans.
Last of the series in which the BBC Big Band re-create famous big band broadcasts of yesteryear. Sheila Tracy looks back to the years 1937 and 1939 and two broadcasts given by Duke Ellington and his Orchestra at New York's Cotton Club.
The BBC Big Band, conducted by Barry Forgie , re-create rarely heard
Ellington material including Harlem Speaks and Grievin' along with well-known classics such as Caravan and Sophisticated Lady.
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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