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It's Cliff Richard

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
In a special edition
Cliff Richard introduces Mary Hopkin in A Song for Europe 1970
Tonight MARY HOPKIN sings all six Songs for Europe
Three Ships
DOUG FLETT/GUY FLETCHER
Early in the Morning of Your Life ALAN HAWKSHAW/RAY CAMERON
I'm Gonna Fall in Love Again CYRIL ORNADEL/HAL SHAPER
You've Everything You Need
ANTHONY DYBALL/ROGER REYNOLDS
Can I Believe
VAL AVON/HAROLD SPIRO
Knock Knock (Who's There?) JOHN CARTER/GEOFF STEPHENS
Viewers are invited to select the song which will represent Great Britain in this year's Eurovision Song Contest.
Musical direction and arrangements NORRtE PARAMOR
JOHN CAMERON -JOHNNY ARTHEY
Vocal backings THE BREAKAWAYS and BRIAN BENNETT . JOHN EVANS Costume RUPERT JARVIS Sound HUGH BARKER
Lighting PETER SMEE . Design ROGER FORD
Production by MICHAEL HURLL

Contributors

Introduces: Cliff Richard
Unknown: Mary Hopkin
Unknown: Mary Hopkin
Unknown: John Cameron
Unknown: Johnny Arthey
Unknown: Brian Bennett
Unknown: John Evans
Unknown: Rupert Jarvis
Unknown: Hugh Barker
Unknown: Peter Smee
Unknown: Roger Ford
Production By: Michael Hurll

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