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Martyn Lewis brings the nostalgia-based quiz show from BBC2 to Radio 2. The radio archives have been plundered, and celebrity teams have to answer questions about anything and everything that happened on today's date in history. This week, Joan Sims and Leslie Phillips play Ian Lavender and Barry Cryer.
A Mentom Radio production

Contributors

Unknown:
Martyn Lewis
Unknown:
Joan Sims
Unknown:
Leslie Phillips
Unknown:
Ian Lavender
Unknown:
Barry Cryer.

I From the Congress I Theatre, Eastbourne.
Michael Reed conducts the BBC Concert
Orchestra, led by Martin Loveday , with guest singers Maryetta Midgley , Jacqui Scott , Richard Morris and Graham Bickley , with the Classic Buskers, and Serenata Voices, directed by David Beavan.
Introduced by Robin Boyle. At 8.20 during the interval, journalist and broadcaster Robin Gregory , an Eastbourne resident, strolls down memory lane, looking at the town's theatrical tradition.
Given in association with Eastbourne Borough Council Producer Alan Boyd

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Reed
Unknown:
Martin Loveday
Singers:
Maryetta Midgley
Singers:
Jacqui Scott
Singers:
Richard Morris
Singers:
Graham Bickley
Directed By:
David Beavan.
Introduced By:
Robin Boyle.
Unknown:
Robin Gregory
Producer:
Alan Boyd

With the Radio 2 Arts Programme
From Edinburgh, Iain Anderson explores the legacy of Scotland's patron saint, St Andrew. Guests include Hamish Henderson of the School of Scottish Studies, Jenny Brown, national coordinator of Readiscovery, Scotland's book campaign, and Mary Sandeman, the Gaelic singer. There's also poetry and prose to celebrate
Scotland's National Day, and music by Berlioz, Burns and Mendelssohn.

Contributors

Unknown:
St Andrew.
Unknown:
Hamish Henderson
Unknown:
Jenny Brown
Unknown:
Mary Sandeman
Producer:
Michael Shaw

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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More