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: New Day

Some prayers and music for the first day of the week

: Reginald Dixon

at the BBC Theatre Organ presents a programme of requests, and music from the MORRIS CONCERT BAN4) conductor HARRY MORTIMER Producer PETER PILIBEAM BBC Manchester

Contributors

Conductor: Harry Mortimer

: Ray Moore

introduces Banners and Bonnets A selection of Salvation Army music, old and new, especially for Sunday morning
Producer FRANK TOPPING

: as Radio 1

: David Jacobs

introduces Melodies for Yon BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA conducted by JAMES HOWE
THE REGINALD LEOPOLD ORCHESTRA and CYNTHIA GLOVER Producer PETER BELL

Contributors

Conducted By: James Howe
Unknown: Reginald Leopold
Unknown: Cynthia Glover
Producer: Peter Bell

: People's Service

A Time for Growing
The last of three programmes from a Belfast studio on the subject of belief and the growingchild led by THE REV DR JOHN GREER 3: Coming to Hand
Producer JAMES SKELLY
BBC Northern Ireland

Contributors

Unknown: Dr John Greer
Producer: James Skelly

: Family Favourites

Introduced by Jean Challis Taking part:
JOHN WALKER , BFBS Cologne
MARVO MANNING, CBC Barbados
JUNE ARMSTRONG-WRIGHT, Radio and TV Hong Kong BOB MOORE , ABC Sydney Producer RAY HARVEY
(29 May: BFBS Cologne, BFBS Gibraltar, Hong Kong and Australia)

Contributors

Introduced By: Jean Challis
Unknown: John Walker
Unknown: Bob Moore
Producer: Ray Harvey

: The Impressionists

A game of voices and noises What's This? ... Who's That? Chairman Barry Took The teams:
Roger Kitter and Mike Goddard v
Chris Emmett and Johnny More
Piano impressions Ronnie Price
Producer RICHARD WILLCOX
(Repeated: Saturday 7.2 pm 1500m, and 202m Scotland)

Contributors

Unknown: Roger Kitter
Unknown: Mike Goddard
Unknown: Chris Emmett

: The Leading Ladies

Pat Kirkwood :
' I was just 14 and achieving an ambition. I'd gone on stage. I couldn't have been much lower on the bill - among the wines and spirits as they used to say - The Schoolgirl Songstress - a strange act for such a young girl - she sang love songs and American pop songs - I didn't know what I was singing about. Crazy, I suppose, but it seemed to work.'
Introduced by Vanessa Lee Series devised and written by FRANK SALTER Producer BARRY KNIGHT

Contributors

Unknown: Pat Kirkwood
Introduced By: Vanessa Lee
Written By: Frank Salter
Producer: Barry Knight

: Hubert Gregg

says Thanks for the Memory Producer PHYLLIS ROBINSON

Contributors

Producer: Phyllis Robinson

: Charlie Chester

with your Sunday Soapbox Producer RON GARDNER BBC Birmingham including at
5.2 Sports Desk: with the teatime scores in today's John Player League games

Contributors

Producer: Ron Gardner

: Next Move

Read along with TERRY WOGAN
4: Sports Crazy
Adults wanting help with reading can ring [number removed] or send their name and address to: Next Move, [address removed].

Contributors

Unknown: Terry Wogan

: as Radio 1

: Sunday Sport

Presented by Derek Thompson Featuring the pick of the day's action at home and abroad, featuring:
Cricket: the start of the John Player League season with KENT, the champions, playing WARWICKSHIRE at Edgbaston, and runners-up ESSEX playing SURREY at The Oval. Reports on both matches, plus news and scores in all the others.
Motor Cycling: the world's top riders are at Salzburgring for the Austrian Grand Prix. Reporter CHRIS CARTER.
Golf: news of the final day's play in the Italian Open.
Swimming: the final day of the Champion Pools International at Coventry. ANITA LONSBROUGH reports.
Plus interviews with the personalities who are making the weekend's sporting news.
A Radio Sports Unit production

Contributors

Presented By: Derek Thompson

: Jim the Great

: Glamorous Nights

Unforgettable melodies from the world of operetta and musical theatre
Introduced by Sam Costa Compiled and written by EDWARD NASH
Producer PETER CHISWELL

Contributors

Introduced By: Sam Costa
Written By: Edward Nash
Producer: Peter Chiswell

: Sunday Half-Hour

Introduced by blair ARMSTRONG from St Magnus Cathedral, Kirkwall, with the choirs from the town
Conductor of praise NORMAN MITCHELL
Organist RICHARD HUGHES Prayer and Blessing by THE REV BILL CANT
The Lord of heaven confess (St John); 0 God of earth and altar (Passion Chorale); Our Father, by whose name (Rhosymedre:Lovely);Givemejoy in my heart (Sing Hosanna); ThankyouLord,forwater, soil and air (Deane): Holy Spirit, ever living (Abbot's Leigh): The great love of God (Normandy): Thine be the glory (Maccabaeus); Sun of my soul (Connolly) BBC Scotland

Contributors

Organist: Norman Mitchell
Organist: Richard Hughes

: Your 100 Best Tunes

Introduced by Alan Keith
Producer CHARLES CLARK MAXWELL

Contributors

Introduced By: Alan Keith
Producer: Charles Clark Maxwell

: Sports Desk

: Softly Sentimental

Romantic music for the late hour, featuring
Janie Marden and Red Hurtey with Johnny Arthey and his Orchestra and the Gordon Langford Quartet Producer ROYSTON HERBERT

Contributors

Unknown: Janie Marden
Unknown: Johnny Arthey
Unknown: Gordon Langford
Producer: Royston Herbert

: Sounds of Jazz

Peter Clayton with news, reviews and comment from the world of jazz, with specially recorded sessions in quad from Lennie Hastings and his Band and Bonus
Producers LAWRIE MONK and KEITH STEWART including at 12.0
Midnight Newsroom; weather; motoring information

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Clayton
Unknown: Lennie Hastings
Unknown: Keith Stewart

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