3/3. Cilia Black concludes a celebration of UK chart king Cliff Richard with a rundown of his top 20 recordings as determined by listeners. Each of the tracks, which include big hits and B-sides, is introduced by Cliff Richard.
3/5. Another chance to hear Radio 2's socially concerned documentary series inspired by the works of Ewan MacColl ,
Charles Parker and Peggy Seeger. This edition focuses on people living with the HIV/Aids virus.
New series 1/4. Actor Tom Conti spends the next four late nights reading four traditional, seasonal whodunnits, starting with Arthur Conan Doyle 's 1892 short story The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle.
Producer Frank Stirling
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