Jim Lloyd presents his last
Radio 2 Young Tradition Award, introducing all nine holders of the award. With contributions from Ian Lowthian ,
Hazel Wrigley and Flook! The programme ends with the first and last appearance of the Young Tradition Big Band, featuring all nine award-holders under the direction of John Kirkpatrick. Producer Carl Dolan
John Mortimer presents the first of a six-part series dramatising true crimes and trials that shocked the nation.
1: The Case of the Fire in Room 66.
Sidney Henry Fox was a notorious con man, trickster and swindler, but did he kill his mother?
Dramatised by Brian Sibley Producer John Taylor
Director Celia De Wolff
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