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as Radio 2 (page 26)

: London News

8.0 News (Radio 4)

: What Shall We Do Today?

Today's events - and music

: London News

: Early Word

A thought for Sunday morning. This week: CANON MAX WARREN of Westminster Abbey

: What Shall We Do Today?

The 8.10 programme - up-dated and with new music

: Quest

Christian churches in action

: News Break

: Extra Time

: * News Break

: Celebration

This week: Sound Out
The latest in folk, beat and gospel music by London groups introduced by ROGER HURRELL and ERIC SINCLAIR


Introduced By: Roger Hurrell
Introduced By: Eric Sinclair

: Getting Going

: Time to Spare

-but how to spend it? JOHN BROWN with some ideas for hobbies and leisure activities Producer FRANCES BERRIGAN


Unknown: John Brown
Producer: Frances Berrigan

: News Break

: Honky-Tonk

The Rock 'n' Roll Glory Show With CHARLIE GILLETT


Unknown: Charlie Gillett

: Reggae Time

Plus Soul and Rhythm 'n' Blues, including at
1.0 News Break

: News Break

: Orange and Lemon Club

For 8-year-olds and upwards, with songs, Bible quiz, and guest spot
Presented by MICHAEL BAUGHEN , RICHARD BEWES and some of their friends


Presented By: Michael Baughen
Presented By: Richard Bewes

: School Concert

Recorded in the schools of London by RAY DRURY


Unknown: Ray Drury

: News Break

: Sunday Special

The Royal Gardener
KEVIN D' ARCY talks to Major Ian Hobkirk who has just retired after 25 years as Bailiff of the Royal Parks
(Radio Times People: page 4)


Unknown: Ian Hobkirk

: Theatre Board

: News Break

: You Don't Have to be Jewish



Presented By: Michael Freedland

: Shindig

: Fresh Garbage

andy FINNEY with progressive music

: News Break

7.0 as Radio 1 (page 26) until closedown

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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