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: Jan Chester

with Sunday Scene
Music and information about what you can do and where you can go 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 Producer PHIL HORNER

Contributors

Unknown: Geoffrey Fletcher
Producer: Phil Horner

: Religious News

with PHIL HORNER

Contributors

Unknown: Phil Horner

: Weekly Echo

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

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Vernon

: News Extra

Radio London reporters investigate an important issue affecting London.

: Michael Freedland

with You Don't Have to Be Jewish
The world through Jewish eyes. but not necessarily for Jewish ears alone

: Sportsline

Talk to a London sporting personality.

: Echoes

with STUART COLMAN , including this week, a look at the life and times of Elvis Presley.
Producer DAVID CARTER

Contributors

Unknown: Stuart Colman
Unknown: Elvis Presley.
Producer: David Carter

: Reggae Rockers

DAVID RODIGAN and TONY WILLIAMS with the best of the Black Beat.
Producer DAVID CARTER

Contributors

Unknown: David Rodigan
Unknown: Tony Williams
Producer: David Carter

: Black Londoners

(Edited uersion of last Friday's broadcast)

: Family Matters

Mothers and fathers around London talk over the mixed blessings of family life with JOHN BROWN and SARAH LOVE-GROVE.
Producer KEITH YEOMANS

Contributors

Unknown: John Brown
Producer: Keith Yeomans

: Holiday Scene

A consumer's guide to holidays - where to go and how to get good value. 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

Keats House
This week JOHN SNAGGE visits the house in Hampstead where lived the poet John Keats. Here he wrote Ode To a Nightingale, The Eve of St Agnes, and Hyperion and he also met Fanny Brawne , with whom he fell in love. Producer ROGER CLARK

Contributors

Unknown: John Snagge
Unknown: John Keats.
Unknown: Fanny Brawne
Producer: Roger Clark

: After Dark

In a short series, recorded entirely on location, David Carter explores some unusual forms of entertainment enjoyed by Londoners.
This week: Ladies and Gentlemen, My Impersonation of Judy Garland. What the hell are you thinking of me now? Are you feeling any different from what I was half an hour ago?
(Andre Adore, Female Impersonator)

Contributors

Unknown: David Carter

: From Our Own Correspondent

(First broadcast on R4 UK)

: Know What I Mean?

MALCOLM LAYCOCK and MAUREEN GALVIN tackle the questions raised by people at school, leaving school, starting work or starting unemployments

Contributors

Unknown: Malcolm Laycock
Unknown: Maureen Galvin

: London Sounds Eastern

Music ideas and what's on guide 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








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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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