Robin Knox-Johnston is among the one million visitors to the classic sail festival at Brest.
with Simon Parkin.
Simon introduces two
Wiggly Park stories, Lead Free and On the Hop, read by Andrew Sachs - plus news from the Wiggly Park Rangers Club.
Artie and Cilia bring more musical magic from the Singing Kettle, and KFK Radio gives you the chance to fill the air waves with your own ideas. Phone [number removed].
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Great Blunders of the World
Blunder battles for Britain
The Hotel Gruyere - Chris Allen re-enacts the fateful meeting between
Oberderhillsundfaraway Fuhrer and Basil.
with The AM
5: An unexpected development tests the Bruce family on their holiday in Spain.
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In the last of three day-trips, Anna Grayson discovers some of the things to see and do in Scarborough.
with Esther McVey.
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News from the 0 U.
from Muirfield with Tony Adamsori.
The player who wins the famous Claret Jug today will join an elite group pf postwar champions who have won over the links of the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers.
Commentary on today's final round plus sports news on the hour.
7.10 The Soviet Perspective;
7.30 Maths Miscellany: 7.50 Women and Music; 8.10 At
Summer School; 8.30 Biology: Brain and Behaviour: 8.50
Understanding Modem Societies;
9.10 The Enlightenment: Musical Drama; 9.30 Maths: Eigenvalues and Eigenlines
Music and talk Irish style with Mike Edgar.