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Don Maclean presents
Christmas Day live from his home in Solihull, with the Hall Green Salvation Army Band, members of the cast from Jack and the Beanstalk at the Hippodrome Theatre, Birmingham, and Sir Edward Heath.

Contributors

Unknown:
Don MacLean
Unknown:
Edward Heath.

browses through the Radio 2 music catalogue playing all kinds of music from 60 years ago to the present day. He also glances at some of today's special anniversaries and features a dash of comedy, music and words.
# Andrew Duncan interview with Michael Aspel : page 10

Contributors

Unknown:
Andrew Duncan
Unknown:
Michael Aspel

Robert Hardy narrates the extraordinary story of the Western Front ceasefire in December 1914 when enemies shook hands, traded souvenirs and played football in no man's land.
Abridged by Bob Sinfield from the book by Malcolm Brown and Shirley Seaton
Producer Graham Pass

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Hardy
Abridged By:
Bob Sinfield
Book By:
Malcolm Brown
Book By:
Shirley Seaton

Charlie Chester presents more stories from the days when variety was king, and introduces some of his favourite artistes from the golden days of the British music-hall.

Contributors

Unknown:
Charlie Chester

Roger Royle and John Marsh present a gala
Christmas concert from the Tower Ballroom, Blackpool, with massed choirs from
Lancashire schools and featuring BBC Radio 2's Choirgirl of the Year, Fiona Wight.

Contributors

Unknown:
Roger Royle
Unknown:
John Marsh
Unknown:
Fiona Wight.

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