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Starring Su Pollard as Iris and Gorden Kaye as Bernard in the series by Vince Powell and Mike Craig
. With David Ross , Marlene Sidaway ,
Peter Wheeler and Julie Higginson. A Mike Craig production
Repeated Saturday at 1.30pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Su Pollard
Unknown:
Gorden Kaye
Unknown:
Vince Powell
Unknown:
Mike Craig
Unknown:
David Ross
Unknown:
Marlene Sidaway
Unknown:
Peter Wheeler
Unknown:
Julie Higginson.
Unknown:
Mike Craig

With the new year comes a new presenter, David Allan , who is anything but a newcomer to country music. David made his radio debut as a country DJ on a 60s pirate station, but he is probably best remembered as presenter of BBCtv's coverage of the Wembley Country Music Festivals.
He has also hosted several flagship country programmes on Radio 2, including a spell on Country Club itself.
To make his return to the show even more memorable, David has the pleasure of introducing one of country music's brightest stars, Hal Ketchum , in concert.

Contributors

Presenter:
David Allan
Unknown:
Hal Ketchum

with an hour of high-quality R 'n' B. As usual, Paul uses the first programme of the year as a get-together for the country's leading blues writers and invites them to select their favourite album tracks from 1994. As well as experts from specialist blues magazines like Blues and Rhythm, Juke Blues and Blueprint, Paul is joined by blues correspondents from Folk Roots, Mojo and Record Collector.

Ashley Hutchings , the doyen of English folk and one of the founders of Steeleye Span and the Albion Band, examines the cross-fertilisation of British and American music in a seven-part series.
This week: Jamestown to
Biscay, the settlers and their music.
Producer Phil Whitaker

Contributors

Unknown:
Ashley Hutchings
Producer:
Phil Whitaker

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