with The Rabin Band
Directed by DAVID Edi
KELLY BOBBY SANSOM
AND THE STEELE MEN
ARTHUR Greenslade AND THE GEE-MEN
Produced by Terry Henebery
The Rabin Band is appearing at the Wimbledon Palais, London
News Summary at 1.30 followed by
from Scotland introduced by ELSIE RUSSELL
The Vanishing School: MOULTRIE R. KELSALL considers the policy of closing one-teacher schools in country places and introduces recorded opinions from people affected by the closures
Thank You, National Health: NADINE ASANTE, a Canadian, says' medically - you have never had it so good
Scottish Guest of the Week: Bill Simpson (' Dr. Finlay')
HUGH BURDEN reads 'The Heart of the Matter' by GRAHAME GREENE Fourteenth of fifteen instalments
Derby Trial Stakes
A race for three-year-old colts and fillies run over a distance of one mile and a half.
Commentary by PETER BROMLEY with a summary by ROGER Mortimer
From Lingfield Park
News Summary at 3.40 followed by MUSIC WHILE YOU WORK
HAROLD C. GEE
AND HIS MARITZA PLAYERS
A song-a-minute sequence of pops old and new with Rose Brennan
MICHAEL REDWAY and today's guest: AL SAXON
Musical chairs occupied by THE RONNIE PRICE QUARTET
Musical associate, CLIFF ADAMS Produced by JOHN BROWELL
A spontaneous discussion by ANTHONY WEDGWOOD BENN
Travelling Question-Master, FREDDY GRISEWOOD
Produced by MICHAEL BOWEN from the Village Hall, Bishopsteignton, Devon
Repeated on Tuesday at 1.10 (Home)
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From the stage of the Camden Theatre, London
SIDNEY TORCH conducts the BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA Leader, Arthur Leavins the voices of Olga Gwynne and GEOFFREY CHARD
SINGERS AND PLAYERS
Directed by ERIC WILSON -HYDE BAND, PIPES, AND DRUMS OF THE 1ST BN.
THE ROYAL Inniskilling Fusiliers
Bandmaster. R. F . HORN
Introduced by Jimmy KINGSBURY Produced by ANDREW GOLD
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