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: Aled Jones

Says Good Morning Sunday.
Today's guests include California-born folk-rock singer/songwriter Julie Felix and, reflecting on spiritual matters, Teri Bryant
(founder of Christian drummers network Psalm Drummers). Producer Hilarv Robinson

Contributors

Songwriter: Julie Felix
Unknown: Teri Bryant
Producer: Hilarv Robinson

: Steve Wright's Sunday Love Songs

Featuring a selection of ballads tied to listeners' romantic and/or sentimental requests. Producer Jessica Rickson

Contributors

Producer: Jessica Rickson

: Eamonn Holmes

Today's guest is comic actress
Sue Johnston (The Royle Family and Jam & Jerusalem). Political columnist Steve Richards reviews the Sunday papers and broadcaster Ouentin Cooper provides an entertainment guide. Producer Anthony Cherry

Contributors

Unknown: Sue Johnston
Unknown: Steve Richards
Unknown: Ouentin Cooper
Producer: Anthony Cherry

: Elaine Paige on Sunday

A special film-themed programme ahead of tonight's Academy Awards, featuring this year's Oscar-nominated songs - including three tunes from
Enchanted and one each from Once and August Rush - plus Oscar-winning music from years gone by. Producer Malcolm Prince

Contributors

Producer: Malcolm Prince

: Pick of the Pops

Top 40 pop chart nostalgia.
Dale Winton rewinds to this week in 1969 and 1974, with countdowns featuring hits by the Hollies, David Bowie and Glen Campbell.

Contributors

Unknown: Dale Winton
Unknown: David Bowie
Unknown: Glen Campbell.

: Simon Mayo

Sitting in for Johnnie Walker, and featuring an interview with DJ/producer Mark Ronson.

Contributors

DJ: Simon Mayo
Interviewee: Mark Ronson

: Alan Titchmarsh

With Melodies for You, featuring radio, stage and film oldies, plus a selection of light classical pieces. Today's show includes music by Vivaldi, Richard Rodgers , Franz Lehar and Henry Charles Litolff. Producer Bridget Apps

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Rodgers
Unknown: Franz Lehar
Unknown: Henry Charles Litolff.
Producer: Bridget Apps

: Sunday Half-Hour

Brian D'Arcy continues his series of Lent programmes linked with wise women, past and present.
This week's focus is on Lydia - the first person to be converted to
Christianity by Paul. Featuring the choir of King's College, Taunton, directed by Colin Albery , with organist James Campbell.

Contributors

Unknown: Brian D'Arcy
Directed By: Colin Albery
Organist: James Campbell.

: Russell Davies

Series celebrating the art and craft of popular songwriting, with tributes to some of the great tunesmiths of the last century. Producer Roy Oakshott

Contributors

Producer: Roy Oakshott

: Malcolm Laycock

Featuring hits and rarities from the swing era of big bands and dance bands and beyond, from
Benny Goodman to Ouincy Jones. Producer Bob McDowall

Contributors

Unknown: Benny Goodman
Unknown: Ouincy Jones.
Producer: Bob McDowall

: The David Jacobs Collection

Easy-listening recordings, with tracks from Hollywood, Broadway and Tin Pan Alley. Producer Alan Boyd

Contributors

Producer: Alan Boyd

: Janice Long

Music, chat and regular features, including a track from Radio 2's showcased album of the week.
Including at 1.30 Pause for Thought with Chick Yuill.

Contributors

Unknown: Chick Yuill.

: Alex Lester









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