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: as Radio 2

(page 60)

: Christmas Morning

A Happy Christmas to you from BILL WIGMORE and the Radio London staff including:
7.55, 8.55 London News
8.0. 9.0 National News
7.50, 8.50 London weather
Plus - The Bishop of Kingston, THE RT REV HUGH MONTEFIORE with the Christmas Story and seasonal music from the Inner London Education Authority's children's concert

: The Queen

speaks to the Commonwealth

: Christmas Celebration

A feast of Christmas music from all parts of London and all sorts of people Produced by ERIC BLENNERHASSETT


Produced By: Eric Blennerhassett

: News Break

: Shindig

KEITH GALLIER with an invitation to 9-13-year-olds to come into the studios and join in a ' live ' hour-long Christmas get-together


Unknown: Keith Gallier

: Down to Earth

A special radio service for Christmas morning from Hinde Street Methodist Church in London, with THE REV BRIAN DUCKWORTH


Unknown: Brian Duckworth
Produced By: Eric Blennebhassett

: News Break

: It's Christmas Day

Robbie Vincent his records, his Christmas super-mum, his crazy ideas, wrapped up into a Christmas
Dinner-time parcel of fun. Plus a chance to send greetings by radio to your friends


Unknown: Robbie Vincent

: News Break

: Close-Up

JOY HATWOOD and what's new in the London cinemas

: The Queen

: Mayhew's London

TOM VERNON with a look at Victorian Christmases in London as recorded by Mayhew


Unknown: Tom Vernon

: Christmas Casualties

Not everyone - even those with a job - can afford such a merry Christmas
Presented by KEVIN D'ARCY

: Guideline

A magazine for the blind

: News Break

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