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Old Gaffers festival and Clipper Race

Duration:
2 hours
First broadcast:
Sunday 18 August 2013

Neil meets the owner of an 1872 boat in Cowes, and hears how a fleet of 2013 racing yachts are forming a display in The Solent.

Lena Samuels reviews another DVD. Hampshire county bowler Steve Whitehead brings us up to date with news and results from the bowls leagues, Chris Carnegy has some original and local poetry and there’s a chance to help compile the A-Z playlist.

For those on the roads across the south of England, there is travel news as it happens. And a smile is promised as the weekend draws to a close.

Neil's Sunday evening programme is a mix of reviews and previews from the world of arts and culture, mixed with a selection of music that will leave you wanting more.

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  • A-Z Playlist. Numbers

    • ABC – Jackson Five
    • B 52's - Love Shack
    • Chesney Hawkes – The One and Only
    • Dolly Parton – 9 to 5
    • Eight Days A Week - Beatles
    • Frank Sinatra – Three Coins In The Fountain
    • Gene Pitney – 24 Hours from Tulsa
    • Heaven 17 - Temptation
    • If Six Was Nine – Kjimi Hendrix
    • Jesus Jones – Zeros and Ones
    • Kings Of Leon – Six On Fire
    • Level 42 – Something About Yiu
    • Mother Of Nine – Neil Reid
    • No More Zeros - Stranglers
    • One Direction – What Makes You Beautiful
    • Paul Hardcastle - 19
    • Queen – I Want To Break Three
    • Rod Stewart – D’Ya Think I’m Sixty
    • Sextuplet Pistols – Anarchy In The UK
    • Tavares – Seven Must Be Missing An Angel
    • Unit 4 plus 2 – Concrete and Clay
    • Vera Lynne – Room of 504
    • When I’m 64 - Beatles
    • X Files – Mark Snow
    • You’re 16 – Ringo Starr
    • Zager and Evans – In The Year 2525

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