SATURDAY BROS, BBC RADIO 2, 9PM Matt and Luke Goss talk about their life before, during and after their success as one of the leading pop acts of the 1980s/90s.
SUNDAY JAZZ NIGHTS, BBC RADIO SCOTLAND, 7.05PM Seonaid Aitken offers up a special edition of the show focusing on jazz music with strings, including Charlie Parker and Billie Holiday.
MONDAY THE THIRD DEGREE, BBC RADIO 4, 3PM Three undergraduates from the University of Aberdeen take on their lecturers in this popular academic quiz hosted by Steve Punt.
IN THE STUDIO, BBC WORLD SERVICE, 11.30AM/10.30PM Fiona Lindsay follows National Theatre artistic director Rufus Norris in the weeks leading up to his staging of Andrea Levy's Small Island.
WEDNESDAY GABY'S TALKING PICTURES, BBC RADIO 4, 6.30PM Alistair McGowan and Ronni Ancona exercise their impersonation skills in this comedy quiz about film, fronted by Gaby Roslin.
THURSDAY ALEX LA GUMA - THE BLACK DICKENS, BBC RADIO 2, 10PM Lindsay Johns tells the story of South African novelist Alex La Guma (1925-85) and argues for his place at the centre of the literary canon.
FRIDAY NIGHT IS MUSIC NIGHT, BBC RADIO 2, 8PM Strictly star and former shadow chancellor Ed Balls, indulges his love of musicals, with West End stars and the BBC Concert Orchestra.
Matt and Luke Goss AKA Bros
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|Publication:||Evening Express (Aberdeen,Scotland)|
|Date:||Jul 27, 2019|
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