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Desmond Carrington with Radio 2 All-Time Greats
2.00 Benny Green
3.00 Alan Dell with Sounds Easy
4.00 Radio 2 Young Musician 1993
The last of six programmes featuring promising young solo instrumentalists competing for the Radio 2 Young Musician prize. Taking part in this afternoon's programme are Christopher Morrongiello (lute) and Mathew Hunt (clarinet). Presented by Leonard Pearcey.
4.30 Sing Something Simple with the Cliff Adams
Singers and the Jack Emblow Quartet.
5.00 Charlie Chester with Sunday Soapbox PHONE: [number removed].

Contributors

Unknown:
Desmond Carrington
Clarinet:
Mathew Hunt
Presented By:
Leonard Pearcey.
Singers:
Cliff Adams
Unknown:
Charlie Chester

Roger Royle presents favourite hymns from
Aylesford Priory, Kent, with special items sung by the Priory Chapel Choir.
Lead Us Heavenly Father Lead Us; Make Me a Channel of Your Peace; God of Abraham Praise;
Angel Voices Ever Singing; Father in Heaven Whose
Love Profound; Veni
Creator; Tell Out My Soul. Musical Director
Patrick Sellar.

Contributors

Unknown:
Roger Royle
Director:
Patrick Sellar.

Deadlier than the Male
Frank Delaney marks the birth of Dorothy L Sayers , creator of Lord Peter
Wimsey, 100 years ago this month. This Radio 2
Arts Programme special marks the event with two hours of female crime writers: featuring the new Sayers biography by Barbara Reynolds , and the works and views of Agatha Christie , P D James, Ruth Rendell , Frances Fyfield and others.
Producer Stella Hanson

Contributors

Unknown:
Frank Delaney
Unknown:
Dorothy L Sayers
Unknown:
Barbara Reynolds
Unknown:
Agatha Christie
Unknown:
Ruth Rendell
Unknown:
Frances Fyfield
Producer:
Stella Hanson

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