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Eurovision Song Contest

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Grand Prix 1960
From the Royal Festival Hall, London
The International final to determine the best new European popular song of the year.

At 9.0
Catherine Boyle introduces the programme
David Jacobs sets the scene

Artists Taking Part:
Harry Winter - Austria
Fud Leclerc - Belgium
Katy Bodtger - Denmark
Jacqueline Boyer - France
Wyn Hoop - Germany
Rudi Carrell - Holland
Renato Rascel - Italy
Camillo Felgen - Luxembourg
Francois Deguelt - Monaco
Nora Brockstedt - Norway
Siw Malmkvist - Sweden
Anita Traversi - Switzerland
Bryan Johnson - United Kingdom

The Orchestra (Leader, David McCallum). Conducted by Eric Robinson
Guest Conductors: Robert Stolz (Austria), Henry Segers (Belgium), Kai Mortensen (Denmark), Franck Pourcel (France), Franz Josef Breuer (Germany), Dole van der Linden (Holland), Cinico Angelini (Italy), Oivind Bergh (Norway), Thore Ehrling (Sweden), Cedric Dumont (Switzerland)

Contributors

Presenter: Catherine Boyle
Commentator: David Jacobs
Singer (Austria): Harry Winter
Singer (Belgium): Fud Leclerc
Singer (Denmark): Katy Bodtger
Singer (France): Jacqueline Boyer
Singer (Germany): Wyn Hoop
Singer (Holland): Rudi Carrell
Singer (Italy): Renato Rascel
Singer (Luxembourg): Camillo Felgen
Singer (Monaco): Francois Deguelt
Singer (Norway): Nora Brockstedt
Singer (Sweden): Siw Malmkvist
Singer (Switzerland): Anita Traversi
Singer (United Kingdom): Bryan Johnson
Orchestra leader: David McCallum
Conductor: Eric Robinson
Guest Conductor (Austria): Robert Stolz
Guest Conductor (Belgium): Henry Segers
Guest Conductor (Denmark): Kai Mortensen
Guest Conductor (France): Franck Pourcel
Guest Conductor (Germany): Franz Josef Breuer
Guest Conductor (Holland): Dole van der Linden
Guest Conductor (Italy): Cinico Angelini
Guest Conductor (Norway): Oivind Bergh
Guest Conductor (Sweden): Thore Ehrling
Guest Conductor (Switzerland): Cedric Dumont
Musical Associate: Alan Bristow
Settings: Richard Levin
Programme Co-ordination: Yvonne Littlewood
Director: Innes Lloyd
Producer: Harry Carlisle

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Eurovision Song Contest

BBC Television, 29 March 1960 21.00






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