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17/11/2012 Featuring Lee Hurst and Steps

This Saturday morning from 9, Phil Kennedy chats to comedian Lee Hurst and Steps tell Phil the secret to their success.

In Hits and Headlines, Phil will ask you to guess the mystery year when a wall and moat were put around Oxford United’s Manor Ground, MG in Abingdon were making the Midget and MGB, and work started on The Castle Quay Shopping Centre in Banbury.

Plus there’s The Riddle for you to solve, Motown Magic, The Showbiz Gossip and the Weekends TV highlights with Shem Law.

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Sat 17 Nov 2012 09:00

9am Hits and Headlines

9am Hits and Headlines

In Hits and Headlines, Phil will ask you to guess the mystery year when a wall and moat were put around Oxford United’s Manor Ground, MG in Abingdon were making the Midget and MGB, and work started on The Castle Quay Shopping Centre in Banbury.

 

There's also some musical clues from the artists featured in our Gallery on the right including The Bay City Rollers, Slade and David Essex.

10am Steps and The Riddle

10am Steps and The Riddle

After 10, Phil talks to Steps about their beginnings, how the performance is just as important as songs, working together as a team, and their Christmas tour and new album.

 

After 12.00 GMT on 17/11/2012 you can hear the fun and mayhem of the full 'uncut' version in a website exclusive interview.

 

Plus there's The Riddle for you to solve and some of the best bits from BBC Radio Oxfords week.

 

11am Lee Hurst and more

11am Lee Hurst and more

After 11, Phil Kennedy chats to Lee Hurst about his comedy club, going back on tour, the problems of taking a break from stand up, the fame "They Think Its All Over" brought, and his plans for next year.

 

After 12.00 GMT on 17/11/2012, you'll be able to hear a web exclusive ‘uncut’ version of the interview, where he also talks about why he called his 2012/13 tour 'Too Scared to Leave the House' and why he doesn't get nervous anymore.

 

Plus there's Motown Magic, Jenny Priestley has the The Showbiz Gossip and we have the Weekends TV highlights with Shem Law of the Radio Times.

 
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