as Radio 2 (page 72)
with Bank Holiday Scene
Music and information about what you can do and where you can go on New Year's Day
For 51 years a controversial figure on a soapbox at Hyde Park Corner, now an elder statesman of the Methodist Church, Lord Soper joins OWEN SPENCER-THOMAS to look back to some of the events of the past year and forecast new developments in 1978.
TOM VERNON looks at the London scene - seen through the columns of some of the local papers.
You Don't Have to be Jewish
The world through Jewish eyes. but not necessarily for Jewish ears alone.
With BERNARD JACKSON
Shirley Bassey talks about herself and plays her music.
Honky Tonk 's Heroes
Listeners' choice of the best records that were played, and not played, on Honky Tonk during 77.
ALEX PASCALL looks back over the- past six years of Black music in the final edition of the show.
This week including a closer look at Womble country at Wimbledon.
Presented and produced by CHARLIE AUSTIN and PAUL OWENS
A consumers' guide to holidays, at home and abroad. Where to go and how to get good value for money.
Presented and produced by TONY FREEMAN and FRANK DAWES
In a specially extended edition, JOHN SNAGGE goes diving at the Port of London Authority Diving Centre. After donning a 1801b diving suit he commentates from beneath the water as he saws through a 2-inch plank of wood.
Producer ROGER CLARK
SHAKESPEARE'S seasonal story told by CHRIS de SOUZA , with a look at some of the music it has inspired over the centuries
ROGER CLARK talks to Sheridan Morley about his biography of Oscar Wilde.
News, reviews, opinions and advice from the world of education for parents and teachers
for London's Asian communities. Presented by VERNON COREA Producers KEITH YEOMANS and MALCOLM LAYCOCK