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For Auld Lang Syne

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.
With 1975 drawing to a close Tom Fleming takes a look at some of this year's more memorable moments, and as Big Ben rings in 1976 join our Round Britain New Year Party. from Scotland at the Civic Centre, Motherwell starring
Moira Anderson , Peter Morrison The Corries, Larry Parker Aly Bain , Roddy McMillan John Grieve. Walter Carr
Alex McAvoy , The Toad Choir The Brian Seivwright Dancers Shotts and Dykehead Caledonia Pipe Band
Pipe Major TOM MCALLISTER Brian Fahey and the Scottish Radio Orchestra (leader IAN TYRE) and Alastair MacDonald entertains the officers and crew aboard HMS Courageous at the Clyde Submarine Base, Faslane on the Gare Loch from England
Jimmy Savile visits the world-famous hospital at Stoke Mandeville, Aylesbury, and talks to patients and staff. from Wales
Max Boyce joins the crew of the Mumbles Lifeboat for an informal get-together at The Pier Hotel.
Script EDDIE BOYD
Musical associate BERNARD SUMNER Choreography BRIAN SEIVWRIGHT Designer GUTURIE HUTTON
Outside broadcast producers: Motherwell TERRY HENEBERY Faslane ANNE SOMERS
Stoke Mandeville BRIAN HULME Mumbles IAN CHRISTIE ,
Executive producer IAIN MACFADIEN
12.50 Prologue
IAN MACKENZIE , Religious Broadcasting Organiser, Scotland, prefaces the New Year.

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Fleming
Unknown: Moira Anderson
Unknown: Peter Morrison
Unknown: Larry Parker
Unknown: Aly Bain
Unknown: Roddy McMillan
Unknown: John Grieve.
Unknown: Walter Carr
Unknown: Alex McAvoy
Unknown: Brian Seivwright Dancers
Unknown: Major Tom McAllister
Unknown: Brian Fahey
Unknown: Alastair MacDonald
Unknown: Bernard Sumner
Unknown: Brian Seivwright
Designer: Guturie Hutton
Producers: Terry Henebery
Producers: Anne Somers
Unknown: Brian Hulme
Unknown: Ian Christie
Producer: Iain MacFadien
Unknown: Ian MacKenzie

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