Another last hurrah
Well there we were thinking we had nothing else to cheer and then Andy Murray steps up and wins in New York. That Olympic heritage has paid pretty swift dividends. Jonathan Overend is the BBC's tennis correspondent and has been talking about Murray and grand slams for ever and I worked with him on Wimbledon for many years and hearing him describe the winning shot was terrific; I'm not sure he ever thought he'd get the chance! But that is now a wonderful headache for the sports personality of the year team:Wiggins? Ennis? Farrah? Storey? Murray? Where to start...
I know. Let's start with ANDY MURRAY/NEW YORK oldies. I know we did Andy tunes recently but hell this is different! And if you add New York to the mix, that sounds like a great selection in the offing.
Today's guest is Richard Hawley to talk about his new songs and performing with the BBC Philharmonic at the weekend. His rockabilly show for Radio 2 was a fantastic series and he's a fascinating singer-songwriter. Richard after 6.
Have an intriguing and surprising Tuesday. See you after 5