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BBC Radio 1 England

Stayin' Alive

with Andy Peebles
'A pinch and a punch for the first of the month...' Usually quite harmless for 11 months of the year, but 1st April holds so much more...
Keeping her head down on this particular errand, Alison Rice delves into the origins of All Fools' Day.
Dr Alan Maryon-Davis delves into the recesses of his mind and talks about memory. Some people have 'photographic' powers, others find it difficult to remember numbers or names. Is it possible to train our powers of retention?
BBC Radio 1 England

18th Birthday Party with Gary Davies

Radio 1 and Rachel Miller Come of Age!
Gary holds the key and raises the curtain on a joint celebration at Rachel's
Cumbrian home.
Tune in and join the party.
BBC Manchester
BACK PAGES: 87
BBC Radio 1 England

From Russia with Long

Presenters Janice Long and Simon Mayo
Tonight's Janice Long Show comes from the studios of Gostelradio in Moscow, where Janice convenes the first Radio 1 Youth Summit.
'Arms talks to reach summer climax'
'Glasnost opens doors to the East'
'Russian bands tour UK cities' Behind the headlines and the superpower talks, how much do we know about everyday life for young Russians?
Radio 1 provides the first opportunity for groups of young people from the UK and the USSR to hold their own summit talks. Over a special radio link they'll share experiences and swap ideas on everything from arms talks to fashion - music to education - drug abuse to unemployment.
Simon Mayo will be with a panel of young Brits in Bristol, while Janice joins the Moscow team. Producer BILL MORRIS 0 BACK PAGES: 86
BBC Radio 1 England

The Story of Atlantic

Presented by Andy Peebles
5: Land of 1,000 Dances - the Sound of Soul 1962-70
'Soul is a feeling, an emotion, a deepness, a root.'
Solomon Burke
Atlantic heads south to discover that 'sweet soul music'. Joe Tex holds on, while Wilson Pickett waits.
Percy Sledge and Clarence Carter visit Muscle Shoals; Dusty goes to Memphis.
BBC Radio 1 England

Top of the Pops

Introduced by Gary Davies and Mark Goodier
Continuing in the Olympic spirit, the Pops is running late but don't panic, it contains all the tracks you could ever want. If you've got Radio 1 FM in your area make the most of it; if not, hold on - it's coming!
N A simultaneous broadcast with BBC1. For details see page 93
BBC Radio 1 England

In Concert

Wet Wet Wet, recorded at the Glasgow Free Festival.
Producer JOHN LEONARD
See panel, left
BBC Radio 1 England

Peel at the Brits

John Peel reports from behind the scenes at the music industry's annual awards ceremony - Brits 1990.
Producer MIKE HAWKES
SHOW TIMES: page 17
BBC Radio 1 England

All That Ever Mattered

The post-punk era provided Scotland with one of its most successful periods for cutting edge music. Simple Minds moved on to international success, and groups like Orange Juice and Aztec Camera flew the flag for Scotland at home. In the later 80s, indie rock took hold; and there's the story of Wet Wet Wet. Producer Stewart Cruickshank
BBC Radio 1 England

Michael Jackson

On the eve of the release of Michael Jackson's first album since the notorious child-abuse allegations, Q editor Danny Kelly asks Jackson's friends and fellow musicians what the future holds for the troubled star. Will HIStory be a blazing success or has the Neverland myth been punctured for ever?
Jackson and wife Lisa Marie are interviewed on BBC1 tomorrow at 7.00pm (Scotland 9.30pm)
BBC Radio 1 England

Kevin Greening

The best new music and a chance to get hold of an entire back catalogue on CD. Fax the studio on [number removed].
BBC Radio 1 England

Simon Mayo

More top tunes and the chance to get hold of some chocolate in the Dead or Alive quiz. Fax the studio at local rates on [number removed].
BBC Radio 1 England

Simon Mayo

More top tunes and the chance to get hold of some chocolate in the Dead or Alive quiz. Fax the studio at local rates on [number removed].
BBC Radio 1 England

Dave Pearce

More top tunes and the chance to get hold of some chocolate in the Dead or Alive? quiz. Fax the studio on [number removed].
BBC Radio 1 England

Dave Pearce

More top tunes and the chance to get hold of some chocolate in the Dead or Alive quiz. Phone the studio on [number removed].
BBC Radio 1 England

Simon Mayo

More top tunes and the chance to get hold of some chocolate in the Dead or Alive quiz. Phone the studio for free on [number removed].
BBC Radio 1 England

Simon Mayo

With Radio l's Greatest Hits and a chance to get hold of some chocolate in the Dead or Alive? quiz. Phone the studio free on [number removed].
BBC Radio 1 England

Simon Mayo

Radio l's Greatest Hits and a chance to get hold of some chocolate in the Dead or Alive? quiz. Phone the studio free on [number removed].
BBC Radio 1 England

Mark Goodier

The Most Played tunes on Radio 1, plus a chance to get hold of a top entertainment system in Total Recall.
BBC Radio 1 England

Mark Goodier

With Radio l's Most Played and a chance to get hold of a top entertainment system in Total Recall. Fax for the cost of a local call on [number removed].
BBC Radio 1 England

Chris Moyles

Halfway through his week, and there is no holding him back. You can try by faxing in on [number removed].






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