Topical phone-in show featuring people in the news. Producer Phil Jones
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With The Organist Entertains. Popular organ recordings, including classics and standards.
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American radio show presented by Bob Dylan , featuring tracks all linked by a theme or concept. Tonight's subject is dance, as expressed by Fred Astaire (I Won't Dance), Anita O'Day (Ten Cents a Dance), the Turbans (When You
Dance), Bunker Hill (The Girl Can't Dance) the Ramones (Do You Wanna Dance?), Martha and the Vandellas (Dancing in the Street), Bobby Fuller Four (Let Her Dance), Chris Montez (Let's Dance), Archie Bell and the Drells (/ Can't Stop Dancing) and many others.
2/6. Urban music specialists Jason and lyare introduce recordings by some of the biggest names on the scene, continuing with internationally famous R&Binfluenced singer Alicia Keys , whose 21st-century hits include Fallin', A Woman's Worth and No One.
Jason and lyare also showcase
Angie Stone 's 2007 US R&B/hip-hop number-one album TheArtof Love and War. This edition first aired on New Year's Day.
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