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In the second of his four-part comedy-drama with music, Wally K Daly is locked in the loo in a thunderstorm and feels sure he will be sacked for the broadcasting silence. The beautiful ghostly figure sings on in the basement - listeners can win a prize for guessing her identity. Plus this week's
Saturday Three-Minute Play: Life's a Lottery by David Nobbs , starring
Peter Jeffrey and Judi Spiers. A WKD production


Wally K Daly
David Nobbs
Peter Jeffrey
Judi Spiers.

A two-part story of a career launched 30 years ago when, at the age of 18, Donovan appeared on the TV show Ready, Steady, Go! His debut disc Catch the Wind was the first of many international hits.
1: The Vagabond
Donovan plays guitar, sings and recalls his "vagabond life" as a beatnik folkie and his remarkable early success. With contributions from Mickie Most ,
John Cameron and Joan Baez.
A Howlett Media production


Mickie Most
John Cameron
Joan Baez.

In the second of two programmes, Ken Bruce dusts off a rare archive recording from 31 January
1965. Benny's special guest is Patricia Hayes , and Pearl Carr and Teddy Johnson supply the musical interlude. Producer Barry Littlechild


Ken Bruce
Patricia Hayes
Pearl Carr
Teddy Johnson
Barry Littlechild

Another chance to hear former Labour leader Neil
Kinnock present one of the world's leading tenors in a concert at the Hippodrome, Golders Green, London.
Dennis O'Neill performs music from the great operas of Verdi, Puccini and Donizetti along with popular Neapolitan songs including Toma a Surriento and Catari.
Internationally acclaimed soprano Suzanne Murphy sings arias by Dvorak and Puccini, and cellist
Hannah Roberts plays music by Faure and Saint-Saens.
With the BBC Concert
Orchestra, conducted by Martin Andre. Rpt


Suzanne Murphy
Hannah Roberts
Conducted By:
Martin Andre.

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