with the Saturday Show
with Sounds of the 60s
Chris Emmett lifts the lid off the workings of Britain's longest-running audience comedy show.
(A new series of The News Huddlines begins on Thursday at 7.00pm)
with Sounds of the 50s
Claire Martin with the BBC
Big Band under Barry Forgie , with Angela Christian. On record, Frank and Ella.
This tribute to the master of comedy, song and just being himself, presents excerpts from his films, radio shows, records and stage act. In fact, everything that made Jimmy Durante one of America's top entertainers. Presented by Nick Yapp. Producer Barry Littlechild
Presented by Chris Stuart , including a report on the Australian Film Festival currently on in Britain.
with New Country
A Smooth Operations production
The star of Moonlighting sings a variety of material from standards to Dixieland and rock 'n' roll, accompanied by the BBC
Big Band directed by Barry Forgie and Tom Adams. Producer Graham Pass
In the last of the series, Jeffrey Archer, celebrity novelist, ex-deputy chairman of the Conservative Party and recently installed member of the House of Lords, takes Joanna Kaye on a tour of his London home.
A Radio Lynx production
Desmond Carrington presents the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Owain Arwei Hughes , led by Martin Loveday , in a sequence of music spanning four centuries and all by composers whose names begin with the letter "B". It includes works by Bull, Bach, Boyce, Beethoven, Bizet and Britten.
Producer Tim McDonald
presents Easy Does It
Second part of a concert recorded at Salisbury
Cathedral featuring the BBC Big Band, conducted by Barry Forgie , with Rosemary Squires.
(Sponsored by Lloyds Bank in association with Salisbury Cathedral)
with Sheridan Morley.
Sounds of the 50s
with Night Ride
Including at 3.30
Pause for Thought with James Whitbourn.
with the Sunday Show