John Benson gives you the correct solution to Competition No. 2 and announces the names of the five lucky winners
Be sure to listen to find out if you have won a transistor portable
Repeated: 1.55 p.m.
Wally Whyton introduces country and folk music on record and, in person.
THE LORNE GIBSON TRIO
MURRAY KASH reviews some current recordings
News from Jim LLOYD
Contra bass fiddle, Brian Brocklehurst
Produced by Ian Grant
Johnny Moran trkes a trip around the world of pop
One hour of latest newt records reviews and pop people talking shop
Reporter, Miranda Ward Producers. Paul Williams Ted Beston , John Walters Editor, BRYANT Marriott
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