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: Mo Dutta

: Sounds of the 60s

Warmly nostalgic series in which Brian Matthew spins hits, B-sides and obscurities - from garage bands, girl groups and blues rockers to soul, surf, folk and bubblegum - including requests from the decade in which he hosted Saturday Club and Easy Beat.

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Matthew

: Jonathan Ross

New music, hip oldies and perky banter. Guests include actor
David Morrissey (State of Play).

Contributors

Unknown: David Morrissey

: The Comedy Hour

Buy Me Up TV
New series 1/4. A biting satire of American-style cable TV shopping channels, starring Justin Edwards ,
Colin Hoult , Katherine Jakeways , Ewen Macintosh , Alex MacOueen and Greg Proops. Today's festivities feature guest Eamonn Holmes. Producer Lucy Armitaqe
Radio choices: page 126-127
1.30 Clive Anderson 's Chat Room 1/8. Barrister-turned-presenter and wit Clive Anderson returns with a fourth series of his mocking, subversive, topical talk show. Each week special guests from the worlds of politics, journalism and the arts join him for an irreverent dissection of the week's top stories, instigated by queries from a studio audience. Accomplices today include comics Paul Sinha and Andy Parsons , and former Liberal Democrat leader Charles Kennedy. Repeated from Thursday

Contributors

Unknown: Justin Edwards
Unknown: Colin Hoult
Unknown: Katherine Jakeways
Unknown: Ewen MacIntosh
Unknown: Alex MacOueen
Unknown: Greg Proops.
Unknown: Eamonn Holmes.
Unknown: Clive Anderson
Unknown: Clive Anderson
Unknown: Paul Sinha
Unknown: Andy Parsons
Leader: Charles Kennedy.

: Stuart Maconle

Current tunes and picks for a music collection. His guest is jazz vocalist and broadcaster Clare Teal. Stuart Maconie on the Chieftains: p37

Contributors

Unknown: Clare Teal.
Unknown: Stuart MacOnie

: Dermot O'Leary

Featuring live studio sessions from Danish pop hit-makers
Alphabeat and London-based indie quintet Captain.

: Paul Gambaccini

With America's Greatest Hits. Stateside chart hits and oldies.

: Mark Lamarr's Redneck Music

4/4. American-music enthusiast Mark Lamarr tackles simpleton-and-shotgun stereotypes of redneck country music in this series devoted to the sounds of the mountains, the hillbilly, the banjo and the moonshine still.
He concludes with a look at Texas soul - the sounds of Austin and the jazz-country-folk-dance-flavoured western swing - and goes in search of the last cowboy songs. And there's a segment on the music that emerged from the itinerant camps made famous in John Steinbeck 's prize-winning Depression-era novel The Grapes of Wrath.

Contributors

Presenter: Mark Lamarr

: Russell Brand

Music and manic, surreal chat.

: Bob Harris

Tonight's guest is singer/ songwriter/harpist Julie Fowlis , who sings mostly in Scottish Gaelic.

Contributors

Harpist: Julie Fowlis

: Pete Mitchell

His quest is blues-rock singer/ songwriter Sheryl Crow.
Including at 3.30 Pause for Thought.

Contributors

Songwriter: Sheryl Crow.

: Mo Dutta

6.30 as 3.30








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