introduces Happening Sunday
Hit singles, new L.P.s and your requests with guest singers and groups and THE JOHNNY HOWARD BAND, LAURA LEE, DANNY STREET, TONY STEVEN
Produced by Jeff Griffin
(Johnny Howard and his Band are at the Orchid Ballroom, Purley)
Linking friends and relations round the world with records introduced by Michael Aspel, BBC London; Dick Norton, B.F.B.S. Cologne; Graham Webb, A.B.C. Australia; Stuart Henry, BBC Scotland; Peter Brian, N.Z.B.C. New Zealand; Peter Lee, B.F.B.S. Tobruk
Pete Drummond and John Peel introduce Top Gear
with Pink Floyd, Denny Lane and the Electric String Band, Jeff Beck, James and Bobby Purify with the New York Public Library
and the coolest record sounds around
Produced by Bernie Andrews and Bev Phillips
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