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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

Chris Moyles

Halfway through his week, and there is no holding him back. You can try by fax on [number removed].
BBC Radio 1 England

Chris Moyles

Halfway through his week, and there is no holding him back. You can try by fax on [number removed]00.
BBC Radio 1 England

Chris Moyles

Halfway through his week, and there is no holding him back. You can try by fax on [number removed].
BBC Radio 1 England

Chris Moyles

Halfway through his week and there is no holding him back. You can try by fax 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]00.
BBC Radio 1 England

Chris Moyles

Halfway through his week, and there is no holding him back. You can try by fax on [number removed].
BBC Radio 1 England

Chris Moyles

Halfway through his week, and there is no holding him back. You can try by fax on [number removed]00.
BBC Radio 1 England

Clive Warren

Halfway through his week, and there is no holding him back. You can try by fax 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].
BBC Radio 1 England

Chris Moyles

Halfway through his week, and there is no holding him back. You can try by fax 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].
BBC Radio 1 England

OneMusic

Huw Stephens airs new acts.
BBC Radio 1 England

Lamacq Live

Steve Lamacq with new tunes. Also, Emma Johnston and Imran Ahmed report from a live gig.

At 11.00 Listen with Motherf***er
Colin Murray looks at the increased use of bad language in music, film, radio and television.
[Photo caption] GoodFellas actor Ray Liotta (far right) is one of the contributors to Radio 1's survey of foul language in the media

Listen with Motherf***er 11.00pm R1
A no-holds barred documentary on Radio 1 about the most foul language imaginable, featuring lots and lots of swear words that cross every boundary of taste and decency. But before "Outraged of Orpington" fires off an angry letter, I must point out that this is one of the most sensible, balanced and intelligent examinations of the place of swearing in the arts that I've ever heard. Representing those opposed to the use of expletives at any time is James King, director of Mediawatch UK, the organisation founded by Mary Whitehouse. Others airing their views include Margie Woodward from Scope, talking about the horribly pejorative use of the word "spastic"; John Yorke, head of BBC Drama, on whether he can see the day coming when Kat Slater tells someone to "f*** off"; rap megastar Jay Z on the use of "nigger" in his music; Ms Dynamite on why, for her, swearing has proved to be an effective lyrical tool; and Ray Liotta on the copious outbursts in crime drama GoodFellas.
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

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

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

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
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