Foreverett Noel Edmonds concludes a celebration of Kenny Everett 's radio career.
4: Kremmen, Crisp and Bacon
1.30 The News Huddlines
An edition of the show broadcast last week as the polls closed with Roy Hudd , June Whitfield and Chris Emmett.
Repeated from last Thursday
Set at a star-studded party to celebrate tonight's
Eurovision Song Contest, a report on the build-up to the occasion, featuring the personalities associated with the event, insights and behind-the-scenes secrets, and some classic Eurovision numbers from the past. Producer John Pidgeon
I From the Point
I Theatre, Dublin, the 42nd Eurovision Song Contest. The UK's entry this year is
Love Shine a Light by Katrina and the Waves. Commentary by Ken Bruce. See page 60 for songs and voting details. SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST: with BBC1
Producer Paul Walters
+ Will the Irish call the tune again?: page 20
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