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Bill McCue


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with Brian Fahey and the New Scottish Radio Orchestra leader ian TYRE with Kathy Brawley and the Bob Wishart Circle
On a repeat visit to the studio. BILL mccde will sing a variety of songs, from the Skye Boat Song to Sit Down, You're
Rocking the Boat. Glasgow girl KATHY BRAWLEY , on the other hand. makes her first broadcast with Fahey tonight. Her last radio spot was Richard Baker's New Year's morning show at the beginning of this year and it is the reaction to that which brings her back for her highly individual treatment of Little Green Apples, It's Too Late Baby, Everybody's Talkin' and Look of Love. Presented by GLEN MICHAEL Producer andy park


Unknown: Brian Fahey
Unknown: Kathy Brawley
Unknown: Bob Wishart
Unknown: Kathy Brawley
Presented By: Glen Michael
Producer: Andy Park

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