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Wedding Breakfast


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Alastair Burnet and Valerie Singleton introduce a nationwide programme on the morning of the Royal Wedding, with news, views and entertainment
Studio guests talk about different aspects of this Royal Occasion.
8.25 Profiles of HRH The Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips
9.0 Pete Murray starts his Radio 2 Open House from the Royal route and talks to people in the crowd. Cliff Michelmore meets some of the inhabitants of Great Somerford, home of the bridegroom.
Cliff Morgan reports from the Berkshire home of Alison Oliver, friend of Princess Anne, and talks to members of the Riding for the Disabled Association, of which the Princess is Patron.
Bob Wellings and Michele Brown seek out the interesting and different people in the crowds.
Alastair Burnet and Valerie Singleton greet guests in studios throughout Britain and occasionally introduce music and pictures for the morning.
Associate producers ALAN CHIVERS , ALAN MOUNCER


Unknown: Alastair Burnet
Unknown: Valerie Singleton
Unknown: Captain Mark Phillips
Unknown: Pete Murray
Unknown: Cliff Michelmore
Unknown: Cliff Morgan
Unknown: Alison Oliver
Unknown: Bob Wellings
Unknown: Michele Brown
Unknown: Alastair Burnet
Unknown: Michael Kerr
Unknown: Don Saver
Unknown: Peter Massey
Unknown: Alan Chivers
Unknown: Alan Mounckr
Producer: Brian Venner
Editor: Philip Lewis

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