Bob Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour

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20070407

The theme is The Bible.

From Genesis to Malachi, Bob looks at some chapters of the Good Book which have lent their stories to inspire songs and sometimes to offer a choice between salvation and damnation.

His chosen artists include The Yahoos, Wynonie Harris, The Robins and Blind Willie Johnson.

20070407

The theme is The Bible.

From Genesis to Malachi, Bob looks at some chapters of the Good Book which have lent their stories to inspire songs and sometimes to offer a choice between salvation and damnation.

His chosen artists include The Yahoos, Wynonie Harris, The Robins and Blind Willie Johnson.

20070409

The theme is School, so pay attention and sit up straight as Professor Bob takes the lesson.

Raise your hand if you know some of these tunes from Bob's cool school of music.

20070409

The theme is School, so pay attention and sit up straight as Professor Bob takes the lesson.

Raise your hand if you know some of these tunes from Bob's cool school of music.

20070528

Sleep is the theme of a Bank Holiday edition of Bob Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour.

Featuring Hoagy Carmichael (Two Sleepy People), The Monkees (Love Is Only Sleeping) and Louis Armstrong (When It's Sleepy Down South).

20070528

Sleep is the theme of a Bank Holiday edition of Bob Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour.

Featuring Hoagy Carmichael (Two Sleepy People), The Monkees (Love Is Only Sleeping) and Louis Armstrong (When It's Sleepy Down South).

20071013

Bob Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour returns with the legendary singer selecting the theme of 'eyes'.

Tracks include Spanish Eyes by Al Martino, and Brown Eyed Girl by Van Morrison.

20071013

Bob Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour returns with the legendary singer selecting the theme of 'eyes'.

Tracks include Spanish Eyes by Al Martino, and Brown Eyed Girl by Van Morrison.

20071224

Bob Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour returns with the legendary singer selecting a collection of tracks on the theme of the Moon.

Tracks featured include Havana Moon, by Chuck Berry; By the Light of the Silvery Moon, by Fats Waller; Yellow Moon, by the Nevill Brothers; Fly Me to the Moon, by Bobby Womack and Moonlight in Vermont, by Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald.

20071224

Bob Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour returns with the legendary singer selecting a collection of tracks on the theme of the Moon.

Tracks featured include Havana Moon, by Chuck Berry; By the Light of the Silvery Moon, by Fats Waller; Yellow Moon, by the Nevill Brothers; Fly Me to the Moon, by Bobby Womack and Moonlight in Vermont, by Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald.

20071225

Bob Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour returns with the legendary singer selecting a collection of tracks on the theme of the Weddings.

Including Wedding Bells, by Fred Rich and His Orchestra; Married Man's A Fool, by Ry Cooder; I Knew the Bride (When She Used to Rock and Roll), by Dave Edmunds; Stop the Wedding, by Etta James; and Love and Marriage, by Frank Sinatra.

20071225

Bob Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour returns with the legendary singer selecting a collection of tracks on the theme of the Weddings.

Including Wedding Bells, by Fred Rich and His Orchestra; Married Man's A Fool, by Ry Cooder; I Knew the Bride (When She Used to Rock and Roll), by Dave Edmunds; Stop the Wedding, by Etta James; and Love and Marriage, by Frank Sinatra.

20071229

Bob Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour returns with the legendary singer selecting a collection of tracks on the theme of the Father.

Tracks include Song for My Father, by the Horace Silver Quintet; Daddy and Home, by Jimmie Rodgers; Poppa's on the Housetop, by Leroy Carr and Scrapper Blackwell; Mama Loves Papa (& Papa Loves The Women), by Jack Rhodes and His Lonestar Buddies; and My Daddy, by The Sons of the Pioneers.

20071229

Bob Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour returns with the legendary singer selecting a collection of tracks on the theme of the Father.

Tracks include Song for My Father, by the Horace Silver Quintet; Daddy and Home, by Jimmie Rodgers; Poppa's on the Housetop, by Leroy Carr and Scrapper Blackwell; Mama Loves Papa (& Papa Loves The Women), by Jack Rhodes and His Lonestar Buddies; and My Daddy, by The Sons of the Pioneers.

20080410

Bob plays a selection of tracks on his chosen theme, which is New York.

20080410

Bob plays a selection of tracks on his chosen theme, which is New York.

20080417

Bob plays a selection of tracks on his chosen theme, which is Jail.

20080417

Bob plays a selection of tracks on his chosen theme, which is Jail.

20080424

Bob plays a selection of tracks on his chosen theme, which is Rich Man Poor Man.

20080424

Bob plays a selection of tracks on his chosen theme, which is Rich Man Poor Man.

20080501

Bob plays a selection of tracks on his chosen theme, which is Trains.

His diverse selection of tunes spans the years from the 1920s to the present day, and artists include Frankie Laine, Leadbelly, The Monkees, The Clash and Laura Cantrell.

20080501

Bob plays a selection of tracks on his chosen theme, which is Trains.

His diverse selection of tunes spans the years from the 1920s to the present day, and artists include Frankie Laine, Leadbelly, The Monkees, The Clash and Laura Cantrell.

20080508

Bob plays a selection of tracks on his chosen theme, which is Trains.

His diverse selection of tunes spans the years from the 1920s to the present day, and artists include Frankie Laine, Leadbelly, The Monkees, The Clash and Laura Cantrell.

20080508

Bob plays a selection of tracks on his chosen theme, which is Trains.

His diverse selection of tunes spans the years from the 1920s to the present day, and artists include Frankie Laine, Leadbelly, The Monkees, The Clash and Laura Cantrell.

20080515

Bob's selection of songs is on the theme of Tennessee.

With tracks from Shorty Long, Chuck Berry, Arrested Development, Mott the Hoople, Carl Perkins and Jerry Lee Lewis

20080515

Bob's selection of songs is on the theme of Tennessee.

With tracks from Shorty Long, Chuck Berry, Arrested Development, Mott the Hoople, Carl Perkins and Jerry Lee Lewis

20080522

With the Chelsea Flower Show in full bloom, Bob takes flowers as this week's subject, including tracks by Paul Clayton, Tiny Tim, Wilson Pickett and The Friends of Distinction.

20080522

With the Chelsea Flower Show in full bloom, Bob takes flowers as this week's subject, including tracks by Paul Clayton, Tiny Tim, Wilson Pickett and The Friends of Distinction.

20080529

Bob takes The Devil as this week's subject for his selection of tunes.

With tracks by Robert Johnson, Grateful Dead, Elvis Presley, Gene Vincent and The Donays.

20080529

Bob takes The Devil as this week's subject for his selection of tunes.

With tracks by Robert Johnson, Grateful Dead, Elvis Presley, Gene Vincent and The Donays.

20080605

Bob takes Women's Names as this week's subject for his selection of tunes.

Including Peggy Sue by Buddy Holly, Lola by The Kinks and Claudette by Rob Orbison.

20080605

Bob takes Women's Names as this week's subject for his selection of tunes.

Including Peggy Sue by Buddy Holly, Lola by The Kinks and Claudette by Rob Orbison.

20080612

Bob takes Hair as this week's subject for his selection of tunes.

Including Red Headed Woman, by Sonny Burgess; Bangs, by They Might Be Giants; Don't Mess With My Ducktail, by Joe Clay; and Baby's Got A Brand New Hairdo, by Elvis Costello & The Attractions.

20080612

Bob takes Hair as this week's subject for his selection of tunes.

Including Red Headed Woman, by Sonny Burgess; Bangs, by They Might Be Giants; Don't Mess With My Ducktail, by Joe Clay; and Baby's Got A Brand New Hairdo, by Elvis Costello & The Attractions.

20080619

Bob takes Tears as this week's subject for his selection of tunes.

Including Cry One More Time by J Geils Band, Cry to Me by Solomon Burke and Cry Me A River by Julie London.

20080619

Bob takes Tears as this week's subject for his selection of tunes.

Including Cry One More Time by J Geils Band, Cry to Me by Solomon Burke and Cry Me A River by Julie London.

20080703

Bob takes Summer as this week's subject for his selection of tunes, which include Summertime Blues by Eddie Cochran, and Heat Wave by Martha & the Vandellas.

20080703

Bob takes Summer as this week's subject for his selection of tunes, which include Summertime Blues by Eddie Cochran, and Heat Wave by Martha & the Vandellas.

20080710

Bob takes Friends and Neighbours as this week's subject for his selection of tunes, which include Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend by T-Bone Burnett, You've Got a Friend by Carole King and Neighbours by The Rolling Stones.

20080710

Bob takes Friends and Neighbours as this week's subject for his selection of tunes, which include Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend by T-Bone Burnett, You've Got a Friend by Carole King and Neighbours by The Rolling Stones.

20080717

Bob takes Divorce as this week's subject for his selection of tunes, with tracks by Tammy Wynette, The Drifters, Doris Duke and T-Bone Walker.

20080717

Bob takes Divorce as this week's subject for his selection of tunes, with tracks by Tammy Wynette, The Drifters, Doris Duke and T-Bone Walker.

20080724

To mark the British International Motor Show, a look at Cars.

Including tracks by Bruce Springsteen, Memphis Minnie, Joni Mitchell and Chuck Berry

20080724

To mark the British International Motor Show, a look at Cars.

Including tracks by Bruce Springsteen, Memphis Minnie, Joni Mitchell and Chuck Berry

20080731

Bob's selection of tracks this week are based on the theme of Shoes, including tracks from Carl Perkins, Dinah Washington, Robert Parker and The Drifters.

20080731

Bob's selection of tracks this week are based on the theme of Shoes, including tracks from Carl Perkins, Dinah Washington, Robert Parker and The Drifters.

20080807

Bob's selection of tracks this week are based on the theme of Texas.

Including tracks by Andy Anderson & The Dawnbreakers; Willie Nelson and The Dixie Nightingales.

20080807

Bob's selection of tracks this week are based on the theme of Texas.

Including tracks by Andy Anderson & The Dawnbreakers; Willie Nelson and The Dixie Nightingales.

20080814

Bob's selection of tracks this week are based on the theme of Colours.

Including tracks by The Beatles, Joni Mitchell, Sammy Masters and The Jimi Hendrix Experience.

20080814

Bob's selection of tracks this week are based on the theme of Colours.

Including tracks by The Beatles, Joni Mitchell, Sammy Masters and The Jimi Hendrix Experience.

20080821

Bob's selection of tracks this week is based around the theme of Head to Toe.

Including music by Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, the Delta Rhythm Boys, Louis Prima and Keely Smith, Loretta Lynn and Johnny Copeland.

20080821

Bob's selection of tracks this week is based around the theme of Head to Toe.

Including music by Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, the Delta Rhythm Boys, Louis Prima and Keely Smith, Loretta Lynn and Johnny Copeland.

20080828

Bob's selection of tracks is based around the theme of Young and Old.

Including:

Young Man's Blues - Mose Allison

Small Fry - Hot Lips Page

Like Young - Linda Lawson

I Don't Want To Grow Up - The Ramones

Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think) - Guy Lombardo

Enjoy Yourself - Prince Buster

Separation Line - Laura Lee

Older Guys - Flying Burrito Brothers

Young Fashioned Ways - Muddy Waters

We Live A Long Long Time To Get Old - Jimmy Murphy

Old And Only In The Way - Charlie Poole

Aged And Mellow - Esther Phillips

Old Man - Neil Young

Happy Birthday Everybody - Ray Barretto

20080828

Bob's selection of tracks is based around the theme of Young and Old.

Including:

Young Man's Blues - Mose Allison

Small Fry - Hot Lips Page

Like Young - Linda Lawson

I Don't Want To Grow Up - The Ramones

Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think) - Guy Lombardo

Enjoy Yourself - Prince Buster

Separation Line - Laura Lee

Older Guys - Flying Burrito Brothers

Young Fashioned Ways - Muddy Waters

We Live A Long Long Time To Get Old - Jimmy Murphy

Old And Only In The Way - Charlie Poole

Aged And Mellow - Esther Phillips

Old Man - Neil Young

Happy Birthday Everybody - Ray Barretto

20080904

Bob's selection of tracks is based around the theme of Days of the Week.

Including music by U2, Rolling Stones, Kris Kristofferson and The Undertones.

20080904

Bob's selection of tracks is based around the theme of Days of the Week.

Including music by U2, Rolling Stones, Kris Kristofferson and The Undertones.

20080911

Bob's selection of tracks is based around the theme of Dreams.

Including music by The Everly Brothers, Roy Orbison, The Lovin' Spoonful and Tom Waits.

20080911

Bob's selection of tracks is based around the theme of Dreams.

Including music by The Everly Brothers, Roy Orbison, The Lovin' Spoonful and Tom Waits.

20080918

Bob takes walking as his theme, with tracks including I'm Walkin' by Fats Domino, Lou Reed's Walk on the Wild Side and Jake Walk Blues from the Allen Brothers.

20080918

Bob takes walking as his theme, with tracks including I'm Walkin' by Fats Domino, Lou Reed's Walk on the Wild Side and Jake Walk Blues from the Allen Brothers.

20080925

Bob takes 'Hello' as his theme.

Including Hello Mary Lou, by Ricky Nelson, Hello in There, by John Prine and The Beatles' Hello Goodbye.

20080925

Bob takes 'Hello' as his theme.

Including Hello Mary Lou, by Ricky Nelson, Hello in There, by John Prine and The Beatles' Hello Goodbye.

20081009

Bob takes California as his theme, including Dionne Warwick's Do You Know the Way to San Jose and Joni Mitchell's California.

20081009

Bob takes California as his theme, including Dionne Warwick's Do You Know the Way to San Jose and Joni Mitchell's California.

20081016

Bob takes Locks and Keys as his theme, including Bessie Smith's Lock and Key and The Detroit Cobras' You Don't Knock.

20081016

Bob takes Locks and Keys as his theme, including Bessie Smith's Lock and Key and The Detroit Cobras' You Don't Knock.

20081023

Bob takes Baseball as his theme, including two versions of Take Me Out to the Ball Game.

Plus Baseball Boogie by Mabel Scott and Home Run by Chance Halladay.

20081023

Bob takes Baseball as his theme, including two versions of Take Me Out to the Ball Game.

Plus Baseball Boogie by Mabel Scott and Home Run by Chance Halladay.

20081030

Bob takes Halloween as his theme, including Black Cat by Tommy Collins, Castin' My Spell by Johnny Otis, Superstition by Stevie Wonder and Monster Mash by Bobby 'Boris' Pickett.

20081030

Bob takes Halloween as his theme, including Black Cat by Tommy Collins, Castin' My Spell by Johnny Otis, Superstition by Stevie Wonder and Monster Mash by Bobby 'Boris' Pickett.

20081106

Bob takes Party as his theme, including Party Girl by Elvis Costello & The Attractions, It's My Party by Lesley Gore and I Paid For The Party by The Enchanters.

20081106

Bob takes Party as his theme, including Party Girl by Elvis Costello & The Attractions, It's My Party by Lesley Gore and I Paid For The Party by The Enchanters.

20081113

Bob takes Doctors as his theme, including Dear Doctor by The Rolling Stones and Doctor My Eyes by Jackson Browne.

20081113

Bob takes Doctors as his theme, including Dear Doctor by The Rolling Stones and Doctor My Eyes by Jackson Browne.

20081120

Bob Dylan works up a sweat as he looks at the theme of heat.

Includes tracks from Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash, Rolling Stones, LaVern Baker and others.

20081120

Bob Dylan works up a sweat as he looks at the theme of heat.

Includes tracks from Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash, Rolling Stones, LaVern Baker and others.

20081127

Bob plays a selection of tracks on his chosen theme of the cold.

20081127

Bob plays a selection of tracks on his chosen theme of the cold.

Dogs20071222

Tracks featured include (How Much is) That Doggie in the Window, by Patti Page; Dog, by Bob Dorough; Bird Dog, by The Everly Brothers, I Wanna Be Your Dog, by Uncle Tupelo and I'm Walking The Dog, by Webb Pierce.

Dogs20071222

Tracks featured include (How Much is) That Doggie in the Window, by Patti Page; Dog, by Bob Dorough; Bird Dog, by The Everly Brothers, I Wanna Be Your Dog, by Uncle Tupelo and I'm Walking The Dog, by Webb Pierce.

Laughter20080626
Laughter20080626
Sleep20070827
Sleep20070827
Stones20081002
Stones20081002
The Telphone20070406

Elmore James, Glenn Miller, George Jones, and The Kinks contribute their musical thoughts.

The Telphone20070406

Elmore James, Glenn Miller, George Jones, and The Kinks contribute their musical thoughts.

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