The Blaqqer's Guide
7/8. David Ouantick toys with the story of popular music. Today's topics include west London, early British Pop and Bruce Springsteen.
1.30 Hot Gossip
5/6. Claudia Winkleman challenges famous guests to provide catty and clever comments on topical issues.
An exclusive concert by singer/songwriter Neil Diamond , recorded last week at the BBC Radio Theatre. The superstar's contributions to pop include gems written for other artists - most notably I'm A Believer and A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You for the Monkees - and his own classic 45s, which include Solitary Man, Cherry, Cherry, Sweet Caroline (Good Times Never Seemed So Good), Holly Holy and Cracklin'
Rosie. Tonight Diamond performs familiar tunes and songs from his new album Home before Dark. Producer Sarah Gaston See also Friday Night with Jonathan Ross on BBC 1
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