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Do You Easily Get Lost ?

1 hour, 27 minutes
First broadcast:
Monday 05 August 2013

Vanessa starts the week asking 'Do you easily get lost ?' and the 2 Good 2 Be Forgotten replays a rap from the Radio 2 Arts Show which features Beardyman and Mr Gee. Plus Katie Bird celebrates being our Jolly Good Fellow with Atomic Kitten's Eternal Flame which was number 1 in the charts when she was born.

Music Played

14 items
  • Image for Whitney Houston

    Whitney Houston I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)

    Whitney Houston - Whitney, Arista

  • Image for The Eagles

    The Eagles Take It Easy

    The Best Of Eagles, Asylum

  • Image for The Magic Numbers

    The Magic Numbers Forever Lost

    (CD Single), Heavenly

  • Image for Booker T. & Jay James

    Booker T. & Jay James Broken Heart

    (CD Single), Decca, 1

  • Image for Bryan Adams

    Bryan Adams Cloud Number 9

    (CD Single), A&M

  • Image for David Bowie

    David Bowie Valentine's Day

    The Next Day, RCA, 1

  • Image for Olivia Newton-John

    Olivia Newton-John If Not For You

    The Greatest Hits Of 1971 (Various), Premier

  • Pause For Thought

    • Image for David Gray

      David Gray Please Forgive Me

      (CD Single), East West Records

  • Image for Andy Burrows

    Andy Burrows Keep On Moving On

    (CD Single), Play It Again Sam, 1

  • Image for Billy Joel

    Billy Joel Movin' Out (Anthony's Song)

    The Stranger, Columbia, 1

  • Image for The Dave Clark Five

    The Dave Clark Five Glad All Over

    Glad All Over Again, EMI

  • Image for Jack Savoretti

    Jack Savoretti Lifetime

    (CD Single), Fullfill, 1

  • Katie Bird's Birthday Number 1

  • Image for Quincy Jones

    Quincy Jones Razzamatazz

    After Midnight (Various Artists), Polygram Tv

  • Word of The Day - Monday

    Purview - A range of experience or thought / range of a document or scheme


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