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: Jan Chester

with Sunday Scene
Music and information about what you can do and where you can yo this Sunday.

: Quest

A look at religious and social issues in London, including a round-up of this week's church press with Geoffrey FLETCHER Followed by this week's Religions News at 9.35 Presented by john hope and OWEN SPENCER THOMAS

Contributors

Unknown: Geoffrey Fletcher
Presented By: John Hope
Unknown: Owen Spencer Thomas

: Weekly Echo

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

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Vernon

: Playback

BERNARD JACKSON talks to the stars. This week Alan Price

Contributors

Talks: Bernard Jackson

: Michael Freedland

with You Don't Have to Be Jewish
The world through Jewish eyes

: Sportsline

Your chance to talk to a London sporting personality This week. Keith Burkinshaw , manager of Tottenham Hotspur

Contributors

Unknown: Keith Burkinshaw

: Charlie Gillett

with Honky Tonk

: The B'n'B Show

DAVID RODIGAN with the best Of reggae and the. black beat. Producer david cahter

Contributors

Unknown: David Rodigan

: Black Londoners

: Aettf series Family Matters

If there are children in your home you can't afford to miss this programme. Mothers and Fathers around London talk over the mixed blessings of family life with JOHN BROWN and SARAH LOYECIHOVE.
Producer KEITH YEOMANS

Contributors

Unknown: John Brown
Unknown: Sarah Loyecihove.
Producer: Keith Yeomans

: Holiday Scene

A consumer's guide to holidays - 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

: Alvar Lidell Reads ...

Samuel Pepys
A series of readings chosen by ROGER clakk from dianes, journals and essays. This week Alvar Lidell reads an extract from the most famous diarist of all. Pepys, was a man with very much an eye for the ladies and describes the occasion when his wife caught him flirting with the maid Producer ROGER CLARK

Contributors

Unknown: Samuel Pepys
Unknown: Roger Clakk
Producer: Roger Clark

: Leslie Mitchell Reminisces

In the first of two programmes, ROGER CLARK talks to the world's first television announcer about his life and career. Leslie Mitchell recalls his early days at the theatre, the start of BBC television and introduces recordings made at the time. Producer ROGER CLARK

Contributors

Talks: Roger Clark
Unknown: Leslie Mitchell
Producer: Roger Clark

: From Our Own Correspondent

(First broadcast on Radio 4)

: Neic series Know What I Mean?

MALCOLM I.AVCOCK and MAUREEN GALVIN tackle the questions raised by people at school, leaving school, starting work or starting unemployment.

Contributors

Unknown: Malcolm I.Avcock
Unknown: Maureen Galvin

: London Sounds Eastern

from 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

: None

as Radio 2 (p 32)








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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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