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Ardent fan Roy Hattersley MP celebrates the soap. With contributions from William Roache, Jean Alexander, Sir Anthony Hopkins, Russell Grant, Michael Parkinson, Sir Cliff Richard and Lily Savage.

Contributors

Presenter:
Roy Hattersley
Interviewee:
William Roache
Interviewee:
Jean Alexander
Interviewee:
Sir Anthony Hopkins
Interviewee:
Russell Grant
Interviewee:
Michael Parkinson
Interviewee:
Sir Cliff Richard
Interviewee:
Lily Savage
Producer:
Rachel Freck

BBC Radio 2 was voted
Station of the Year in the 1995 Sony Awards.
Presented by John Dunn , this show features the highlights of the network's programmes over the past year including the Sarah Kennedy breakfast show, By Hart, Man Matters and extracts from the best programmes, National
Music Day, Music Live 95, gala concerts and events. Producer Sonia Beldom

Contributors

Presented By:
John Dunn
Unknown:
Sarah Kennedy
Producer:
Sonia Beldom

Comedy singer and songwriter Mervyn Stutter presents a mixture of comedy, spiced with toe tapping jive music recorded live at the Theatre Royal,
Winchester. Guests include
Arthur Smith , the Honkin' Hep Cats, Earl Okin ,
Will Gaines , Buzz Hawkins and Kittens Go Grr.
Producer Dirk Maggs

Contributors

Songwriter:
Mervyn Stutter
Unknown:
Arthur Smith
Unknown:
Earl Okin
Unknown:
Will Gaines
Unknown:
Buzz Hawkins
Producer:
Dirk Maggs

Lois Maxwell - aka Miss
Moneypenny - guides listeners through the history of James Bond 's theme songs. Plus interviews with everyone from Shirley Bassey to John Barry.
Written and researched by Ross Smith
Producer Barry Littlechild

Contributors

Unknown:
Lois Maxwell
Unknown:
James Bond
Unknown:
Shirley Bassey
Unknown:
John Barry.
Unknown:
Ross Smith
Producer:
Barry Littlechild

BBC Radio 2

About BBC Radio 2

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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