3/4. Comedian Rowland Rivron takes a sideways glance at some of the more established acts in rock and pop, continuing with a look at Engelbert Humperdinck.
1.30 Clive Anderson 's
6/6. A satirical and topical chat show in which Clive Anderson invites four big-name guests to survey the week's news items.
Tips for a stereo collection, with listeners' suggestions, news of reissued albums and a spotlight on The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan (1963), with cover versions of that LP's songs by Peter, Paul & Mary, Suzanne Vega and others.
1/2. Mark Goodier profiles pop and R 'n' B singer Janet Jackson , who, since 1986, has rivalled brother Michael in popularity with her multi-national crossover appeal. Among the many solo hits are What Have You Done to Me Lately, Nasty, When I Think of You, Let's Wait Awhile, That's the Way Love
Goes and Together Again (her biggest UK seller), plus countless collaborations like The Best
Things in Life Are Free (with Luther Vandross ). Interviewees include, Beverley Knight , Jamelia and Janet Jackson herself.
Producer Simon Barnett
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