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'I'd like to be the first one to interview Jesus Christ when He comes back: because He is coming back - in the flesh. I would like to have a chat with Him. I think he'd be very interesting.'
Tonight Jimmy Savile invites viewers to select Britain's entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 1974 A Song for Europe 1974 starring Olivia Newton-John who tonight sings all the six songs No 1: 'Have Love Will Travel' written by ROGER GREENAWAY /GEOFF STEPHENS No 2: ' Lovin' You Ain'Easy' written by BOB SAKER /
STUART LEATHWOOD /GARY SULSH No 3 : ' Long Live Love ' written by VALERIE AVON /HAROLD SPIRO No 4: ' Someday ' written by GARY BENSON /DAVID MINDEL No 5: ' Angel Eyes ' written by TONY MACAULAY /KEITH POTGER No 6: ' Hands Across the Sea' written by BEN FINDON /GEOFF WILKINS
Executive producer MICHAEL HURLL Producer ROGER ORDISH
Votes, on postcards please, to arrive not later than first post Thursday, 28 February 1974, to: A Song for Europe, BBC Television, London W6 7JA


Unknown: Jimmy Savile
Unknown: Olivia Newton-John
Written By: Roger Greenaway
Written By: Geoff Stephens
Written By: Bob Saker
Unknown: Stuart Leathwood
Unknown: Gary Sulsh
Written By: Valerie Avon
Written By: /harold Spiro
Written By: Gary Benson
Written By: David Mindel
Written By: Tony MacAulay
Written By: Keith Potger
Written By: Ben Findon
Written By: Geoff Wilkins
Director: Nick Ingman
Designer: Geoffrey Patterson
Producer: Michael Hurll
Producer: Roger Ordish

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We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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