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20171225Anneka dips into a nostalgic sack of goodies so pick your favourite juniorchoice@bbc.co.uk
Anneka Rice And Her Gift Bag Of Junior Choice Favourites Old And New20191225Anneka has nostalgic hits, comedy classics and sing-along favourites for kids of all ages.

Junior Choice with Annkea Rice.

Junior Choice20181225Enjoy Christmas Day with Anneka and her gift bag full of Junior Choice hits old and new. She plays all your favourite Junior Choice tunes and welcomes listeners to become her Junior Choosers. If you want to join her on the show then let us know what you're doing on Santa's big day by emailing juniorchoice@bbc.co.uk

Christmas Day with Anneka Rice and her gift bag full of Junior Choice hits old and new

Junior Choice with Annkea Rice.

With Anneka Rice20201225It’s time for your favourite festive fayre… whilst peeling the spuds and scoring those Brussels sprouts Anneka Rice provides the perfect accompaniment to Christmas morning as she presents Junior Choice live.

She’s dusted off her CD cabinet at Wogan House and will be serving up a sumptuous feast of nostalgia, novelty, comedy classics and sing-along favourites to delight… and they’ll all be chosen by the listeners. So come along and Be Our Guest joining Anneka and contacting the show at anneka@bbc.co.uk.

Junior Choice first went on air on Saturday 30 September 1967 - the first weekend of the brand new Radio 1 and Radio 2 - and was presented by Leslie Crowther. The show succeeded the old Light Programmes Children's Favourites, and in those early Radio 1 and 2 days it was a simultaneous broadcast on both stations. In February 1968 Ed, or Stewpot as he became known to children everywhere, took over as presenter and he stayed with the show for the next 11 years, until he handed the Junior Choice mantle to Tony Blackburn.

Anneka Rice invites you to "Be Her Guest" and join in with with her Festive Junior Choice

Junior Choice with Annkea Rice.

Junior Choice first went on air on Saturday 30 September 1967 - the first weekend of the brand new Radio 1 and Radio 2 - and was presented by Leslie Crowther. The show succeeded the old Light Programmes Children's Favourites, and in those early Radio 1 and 2 days it was a simultaneous broadcast on both stations. In February 1968 Ed, or Stewpot as he became known to children everywhere, took over as presenter and he stayed with the show for the next 11 years, until he handed the Junior Choice mantle to Tony Blackburn.

It’s time for your favourite festive fayre… whilst peeling the spuds and scoring those Brussels sprouts Anneka Rice provides the perfect accompaniment to Christmas morning as she presents Junior Choice live.

She’s dusted off her CD cabinet at Wogan House and will be serving up a sumptuous feast of nostalgia, novelty, comedy classics and sing-along favourites to delight… and they’ll all be chosen by the listeners. So come along and Be Our Guest joining Anneka and contacting the show at anneka@bbc.co.uk.

Junior Choice first went on air on Saturday 30 September 1967 - the first weekend of the brand new Radio 1 and Radio 2 - and was presented by Leslie Crowther. The show succeeded the old Light Programmes Children's Favourites, and in those early Radio 1 and 2 days it was a simultaneous broadcast on both stations. In February 1968 Ed, or Stewpot as he became known to children everywhere, took over as presenter and he stayed with the show for the next 11 years, until he handed the Junior Choice mantle to Tony Blackburn.

Anneka Rice invites you to "Be Her Guest" and join in with with her Festive Junior Choice

Junior Choice with Annkea Rice.