On Pick of the Week John Waite discovers that a Caribbean theme seems to have been running through the radio schedules. While Bob Marley was preaching One Love, Peter Tosh was stirring up more revolutionary ideas. There's a handy translation session on the street language it spawned. A Caribbean take away has won a prestigious Food and Farming Award. And there's some Cuban music that'll have you dancing in the aisles. Join John for his "bang shabby" Pick of the Week.
Me and My Mobile
How Roald Dahl shaped British Pop
Off the Page
A Charles Paris Mystery: Murder in the Title
Moeran's last Symphony
Arise Black Man: the Peter Tosh Story
Lucy Montgomery's Variety Pack
The Food and Farming Awards
Len Goodman's Dancing Years
I'm a Celebrity, Get Me into Here
Catherine of Aragon: Henry's Spanish Queen
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Producer: Cecile Wright.
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