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: Sarah Kennedy

Including at 6.15 Pause for Thought with Chris Eyden.

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Eyden.

: Wake Up to Wogan

And at 9.15 Pause for Thought with the Rev Rob Gillion.

Contributors

Unknown: Rob Gillion.

: Ken Bruce

: Clive Anderson

: Steve Wright

: Chris Evans

: The Good Life: Tony Bennettat 80

2/4. Russell Davies celebrates the life and career of Tony Bennett , who remains the most revered crooner from the first generation to take its cues from Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra. Best known for his 1962 Grammy-winnng ballad I Left My Heart in San Francisco, Bennett (originally Benedetto) first hit big in 1951 with Because of You. Other top tunes like Cold, Cold Heart, Rags to Riches and Stranger in Paradise established the singer as distinctly different from Sinatra. He has interpreted the great American songwriters and performed with the likes of Count Basie, Art Blakey , kd lang, Bonnie Raitt and BB King. And he is no stranger to today's youth.

Contributors

Unknown: Russell Davies
Unknown: Tony Bennett
Unknown: Bing Crosby
Unknown: Frank Sinatra.
Unknown: Art Blakey
Unknown: Bonnie Raitt

: Friday Night Is Music Night

Robert Ziegler conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra, with Irish songstress Cara Dillon and young American tenor Todd Wilander.
Presented by Ken Bruce.

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Ziegler
Songstress: Cara Dillon
Tenor: Todd Wilander.
Presented By: Ken Bruce.

: MASH

Tim Flavin reads an abridged version of Richard Hooker 's (
Dr Richard Hornberger ) medical war satire, first published in 1968. 1/6. In the winter of 1951 two unconventional surgeons arrive at the 4077th MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital) in South Korea. Abridged by Tamsin Collison
Producers Liz Anstee and Nick Canner

Contributors

Unknown: Tim Flavin
Unknown: Richard Hooker
Unknown: Dr Richard Hornberger
Abridged By: Tamsin Collison
Producers: Liz Anstee
Producers: Nick Canner

: Listen to the Band

Frank Renton presents the second part of a concert with the Black Dyke Band. Nicholas Childs conducts.

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Renton
Unknown: Nicholas Childs

: The Weekender

Arts show with Sarfraz Manzoor.

Contributors

Unknown: Sarfraz Manzoor.

: Mark Lamarr

: Pete Mitchell

And at 3.30am Pause for Thought.








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