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A series featuring her favourite music.
Tonight her choices include her composition M/ss/ss<ppf Goddam.', recorded at the height of the civii rights movement in America, plus music from
BB King. Percy Siedge , Cat Stevens and Bob Mariey.
Roy Hudd , June
Whitfieid and Chris Emmett
return witha satirical revue based on the week's news.
With Richard Ciegg and music from Peter Moss andtheHuddhners.
Producer Carol Smith.
Repeated Saturday 1.30pm
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