9.15 Pause for Thought with Fr Brian D'Arcy from Enniskillen.
As part of Radio goes to Town, the show is broadcast live from Hull's new shopping centre - the Prince's Quay.
Four years after his death Mark Wynter celebrates the life and career of the great entertainer. i Producer John Dell
with a collection of i favourite records. ! Producer Stuart Hobday
NEW The first of eight programmes.
Each week, Gordon Clyde tells the story of one of this century's musicals, illustrated by recordings of its most popular songs. Today: Oklahoma!
With Gordon McRae , Shirley Jones , Howard Keel and Celeste Holm. Producer Brian Stephens
Producer Roy Oakshott
During his recent visit to
London, Billy May spoke to Alan Dell about his career. He recalls his early days as a trumpet player and arranger with the top American Bands of the 40s, and his musical arrangements, that provided definitive settings of America's most popular songs, for Frank Sinatra.
Producer Ray Harvey
in concert with the Count Basie Orchestra, directed by Frank Foster.
Recorded at the Free
Trade Hall, Manchester. Producer Mel House
Peter Clayton presents classic jazz, played by Chris Blount 's New
Orleans Jazz Band. Producer Terry Carter
with Night Ride
And at 3.00-4.00
A Little Night Music
Including at 1.30, 3.30 Pause for Thought with Dr Pauline Webb.
Easter Monday fun on Radio 1 includes an Easter Egg-In from Hull with Gary Davies and Kim Wilde (12.35pm). Over on Radio 5 there's a special holiday edition of Take Five for the children (9.00am) and Bank Holiday
Sport on 5 (2.00pm), while Radio 4 has an Easter Monday
Woman'S Hour on the theme of the family, in fact and fiction (2.00pm).
The Early Show