P142 CEEFAX 142 Sat 29 Oct 21:41/01      SATURDAY  OCTOBER 29                                                 M  Hi'lights R4 update BBC Info BBC Quiz
P142 CEEFAX 142 Sat 29 Oct 21:41/00   2/2      SA$ZRDAY OCTOBER 29 BBC2 2015-2115 Rhythms of the World features the first of two concerts from the city with the world's richest gumbo of musical traditions M New Orleans. A wide variety of the city's leading rhythm gn' blues stars assembled for the gigs, recorded at the Toulouse Theatre on Mardi Gras day 1988N These include Allen Toussaint, Dr John, Irma Thomas, the Neville Brothers, the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Frankie Ford, Clarence "Frogman" Henry, Ernie K-Doe, Big Chief Monk Boudreaux and the Dixie Cups. BBC Facts Index 140 More Hi'lights R4 update BBC Info BBC Quiz
P142 CEEFAX 142 Sat 29 Oct 20:00/12   2/2     SA$ZRDAY OCTOBER 29 BBC2 2015-2115 of two concerts from the city with the world's richest gumbo of m5rHcal traditions M New OrleansN A wide variety of the city's leading rhythm gn' blues stars assembled for the gigs, recorded at the Toulouse Theatre on Mardi Gras day 1988. These include Allen Toussaint, Dr Jfhn, Irma Thomas, the NevAlle Brothers, the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Frankie Ford, Clarence "Frogman" Henry, Ernie K-Doe, Big Chief Monk Boudreaux and the Dixie Cups. BBC Facts Index 140 More Hi'lights R4 update BBC Info BBC 