1.00pm New series Jeremy
Ctarkson's Laughing Gear A four-part series featuring excerpts from classic radio and television which laughs at the motoring world. Producer Mark Hellings
1.30 Smith and Jones Sound
Last in a series of compilations from the BBC TV shows, re-edited and remixed for radio.
Town Hall, Ken Bruce introduces the best music from WS Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan. Barry Wordsworth conducts the BBC Concert
Orchestra, led by Martin Loveday , with soloists Valerie Masterson , Gillian Knight ,
David Fieldsend , and Donald Maxwell , and the Chorus of the Cotswold Savoyards, with chorusmaster David Manifold. Producer Alan Boyd
Radio 2 Arts Programme
Tim Brooke-Taylor celebrates the re-opening of the Cambridge Arts Theatre with a look back over its glittering 60 year history, and listens to some of the stars who have trodden its boards. Producer Christopher Cook
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