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Weather, News followed by: Breakfast Special

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with Peter Latham
Today and Monday-Friday featuring the music of Peter Jeffries and his Orchestra
Chico Arnez and his Cubana Brass
The Alabama Hayriders
Phil Tate's Windjammers
The Sandy Blair Quintet
Johnny Gregory and his Orchestra
The Tommy Sanderson Group
Eric Galloway and the Latin Beats
The Ken Moule Group
The Roy Budd Trio
Juddo Solo and the Italiano Quartetto
The Michael Morton Quintet
The Promenade Players, conductor, Sidney Bowman
Band of the Irish Guards, Conducted by Lieut.-Col. C.H. Jaeger, Director of Music
BBC Midland Light Orchestra, conductors, Jack Coles and Gilbert Vinter
BBC Northern Ireland Orchestra, Conductor, Terence Lovett
BBC Scottish Radio Orchestra, Conductor, Iain Sutherland
The Radio Players, Conductor, Burnell Whibley
and a galaxy of stars on disc
Producers, Royston Herbert, Don George
Editor, Cyril Drake

Contributors

Presenter: Peter Latham
Musicians: Peter Jeffries and his Orchestra
Musicians: Chico Arnez and his Cubana Brass
Musicians: The Alabama Hayriders
Musicians: Phil Tate's Windjammers
Musicians: The Sandy Blair Quintet
Musicians: Johnny Gregory and his Orchestra
Musicians: The Tommy Sanderson Group
Musicians: Eric Galloway and the Latin Beats
Musicians: The Ken Moule Group
Musicians: The Roy Budd Trio
Musicians: Judd Solo and the Italiano Quartetto
Musicians: The Michael Morton Quintet
Musicians: The Promenade Players
Conductor: Sidney Bowman
Musicians: Band of the Irish Guards
Conductor: Lieut.-Col. C.H. Jaeger
Musicians: BBC Midland Light Orchestra
Conductor: Jack Coles
Conductor: Gilbert Vinter
Musicians: BBC Northern Ireland Orchestra
Conductor: Terence Lovett
Musicians: BBC Scottish Radio Orchestra
Conductor: Iain Sutherland
Musicians: The Radio Players
Conductor: Burnell Whibley
Producer: Royston Herbert
Producer: Don George
Editor: Cyril Drake

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Weather, News followed by: Breakfast Special

Light Programme, 17 June 1967 5.30






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