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  1. Jazz FM Breakfast with Jamie Crick (8th December)

    Jazz FM Breakfast with Jamie Crick (8th December)

    A bright and upbeat jazzy start to your day with the world's greatest jazz, soul and blues from the world's greatest artists.

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    43 minutes ago

  2. Share Radio Breakfast

    Share Radio Breakfast

    Presented by Nigel Cassidy and Sarah Lowther. The day's need-to-know, getting you ready for the day ahead, Share Radio Breakfast provides instant analysis of the breaking business, corporate and economic news of the day. From 6 to 7am we reflect what's been happening in Asia overnight and review the papers. At 7am we are first with breaking corporate news and instant analysis as the RNS announcements are released. And at 8am we bring you market reaction as trading begins, as well as instant opinions from a regular panel of experts on the phone and in the studio. Between 6am-9am we have commentary from Louise Cooper and former fund manager Chris Bailey, and Sara Sjolin, market commentator at Dow Jones MarketWatch. We follow the market opening at 8 am with before and after reaction from David Buick at Panmure Gordon and Rachel Winter at Killicks. And at 8.20 am we put politics in context with Dan Hodges from the Mail on Sunday, Ryan Heath Politico Europe, Josh Lowe, Newsweek, and Jack Sommers, Huffington Post..

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    43 minutes ago

  3. Breakfast : Thursday - Clemency Burton-Hill

    Breakfast : Thursday - Clemency Burton-Hill

    Clemency Burton-Hill presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, featuring listener requests.

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    43 minutes ago

  4. The Michael Bentine Show : From 12/02/1984

    The Michael Bentine Show : From 12/02/1984

    From an old colonial to a herd of operatic cows, it's the ultimate one-man show, written by the host. From February 1984.

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    43 minutes ago

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