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: Sunday Scene

Music and information about what you can do and where you can go this Sunday.

: Quest

The social issues facing London's churches.
Producer OWEN SPENCER-THOMAS

: Weekly Echo

TOM VERNON looks at the London scene through the columns of some of the local papers.

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Vernon

: News Extra

An important issue in the news affecting London.

: You Don't Have to be Jewish

With MICHAEL FREEDLAND

: Sports Line

London's original sports phone-in. Your chance to talk to a London sporting personality. This week's guest is Peter Wilson.

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Wilson.

: Charlie Gillett

with Honky Tonk
Thirty years of rock 'n' roll

: Steve Barnard

with Reggae Time
An hour and a half of the best black music.

: Black Londoners

(Edited version of last Friday's broadcast)

: The Countryside of London

A weekly programme on all aspects of the countryside in and around the Home Counties. This week including a closer look at the proposed Thames walk from Putney to Thames Head.
Presented and produced by CHAiRLIE AUSTIN and PAUL OWENS

Contributors

Produced By: Chairlie Austin
Unknown: Paul Owens

: Holiday Scene

A consumers' guide to holidays at home and abroad. Where to go and how to get good value for money.
Presented and produced by TONY FREEMAN and FRANK DAWES

Contributors

Produced By: Tony Freeman
Produced By: Frank Dawes

: The Play's the Thing

A weekly programme about amateur theatre
Producer NORMAN DE MESQUITA

: John Snagge's London Organ-building (1)

This week, in the first of two programmes, John Snagge visits the Mander Organ works at Bethnal Green. He looks at some historic organs, including one on which Milton is reputed to have played, as well as a modern transportable instrument. John also finds out about the new organ for St Paul's Cathedral that was built here and was completed just in time for the Queen's Silver Jubilee.
Producer ROGER CLARK

Contributors

Unknown: John Snagge
Producer: Roger Clark

: Mean Streets

The third of five stories of working-class London in the late 19th century.
Old Parky by HENRY NEVINSON. Read by Chris Martin with an introduction by peter keating ' So one night we all started off together ridin' in the train from London Bridge, some of us singin' and the girls shriek-in' out as usual, and everybody cursin' - barring only the Innercent, asleep on Parky's knee.'
Producer CHRIS MOHR

Contributors

Unknown: Henry Nevinson.
Read By: Chris Martin
Producer: Chris Mohr

: In the News

MALCOLM LAYCOCK and young Londoners discuss a current topic with the people in the news.

Contributors

Unknown: Malcolm Laycock

: Live and Learn

News, reviews, opinions, and advice from the world of education for parents and teachers.

: London Sounds Eastern

Music, ideas and a what's on guide for London's Asian communities
Presented by VERNON COREA
Producers KEITH YEOMANS and MALCOLM LAYCOCK

Contributors

Presented By: Vernon Corea
Producers: Keith Yeomans
Producers: Malcolm Laycock








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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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