Simon Parkin with news and birthday dedications, Wiggly Park stories, the Hotspots from Southport marking National Music Day on KFK Radio, and the What's That Noise? game.
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Spanish guitar lessons, retired manservant, cat-sitter: these are just some of the services available in the newsagent's window, but who puts in such ads and do they ever get any replies? Sue Nelson looks in the window and rings round to find out.
with Jonathan Legard.
Athletics: The final day of the Panasonic Olympic Trials.
Cricket: Hampshire v Pakistan; Durham v Kent in the County Championship. Plus
Sunday league reports. Racing from The
Curragh: Commentary on the Budweiser Irish Derby. Golf: The French Open.
7.10 Women Singers of Zimbabwe: 7.30 New Curiosity Shop: 7.50 The Search for
Secular Answers; 8.10 Running the Country: 8.30 Organic Chemistry: 8.50 Maths: Networks, Matrices and Functions: 9.10 Voltaire and the Calas Affair: 9.30 The Language of the Jews
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