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: TONY BLACKBURN

with a Christmas Day Disc Delivery
Including spoken requests from the boys and girls of Dorton House School for the Blind and at 8.0 o'clock
Tony BLACKBURN appeals on behalf of the British Wireless for the Blind Fund
More than 9,000 blind people each year depend on this appeal for their radio sets. The money is needed to buy sets for newly blinded people as well as to replace worn-out sets. Each one costs £10 and this year the fund needs £90,000 to maintain this worth-while service.
Donations to Tony Blackburn, British Wireless for the Blind Fund[address removed]

: SAM COSTA

introduces Family Choice your record requests

: THE QUEEN

: * SAM COSTA

continued

: THE JIMMY YOUNG SHOW

A good morning mixture In which he
Plays discs, greets guests
Sings songs, phones people Producer, Koyston Herbert

Contributors

Producer: Koyston Herbert

: Kenny and Cash

A Christmas Show with Two hours of records
Two disc jockeys (Kenny Everett and Dave Cash)
One producer (Johnny Beerling)
And a partridge in a pear tree
So there!

Contributors

DJ: Kenny Everett
DJ : Dave Cash
Producer: Johnny Beerling

: PETE BRADY

presents a Christmas selection of studio sounds with the best of the rest on records, and your Christmas greetings

: THE D.J.S' CHRISTMAS PARTY

where your host
Pete Murray plays some party pops and Invites you to share the fun and games with all the Radio 1 disc jockeys
Produced by Johnny Beerling

Contributors

Unknown: Pete Murray
Produced By: Johnny Beerling

: THE DAVID SYMONDS SHOW

Radio's Number One Pop Party with discs and guests

: NEWS

: ED STEWART

introduces
Music for your Party with DAVE DEE, DOZY, BEAKY, MICK, AND TICH
ROSEMARY SQUIRES , CLINTON FORD
THE ROCKIN' BERRIES
GLENN WESTON , THE IVY LEAGUE
JOHNNY HOWARD
AND HIS ORCHESTRA with LAURA LEE
DANNY STREET , TONY STEVEN
BERNARD HERRMANN AND THE N.D.O.
THE STRINGS OF THE RADIO ORCHESTRA
Conducted by NEIL RICHARDSON
Johnny Howard and his orchestra are at the Orchid Ballroom, Purley

Contributors

Unknown: Rosemary Squires
Unknown: Clinton Ford
Unknown: Glenn Weston
Unknown: Laura Lee
Unknown: Danny Street
Unknown: Tony Steven
Unknown: Bernard Herrmann
Conducted By: Neil Richardson

: LATE NIGHT CHRISTMAS

Pete Myers
On the beat with music and news
Off the record with pop
On the spot with people and places featuring
THE ALYN AINSWORTH ORCHESTRA with TONY CRANE
THE BARRON KNIGHTS and a special visit to DEREK Nimmo at home
Programme organiser, DAVID CARTER
Executive producer, BOBBY JAYE Produced by DAVID HATCH

Contributors

Unknown: Pete Myers
Unknown: Derek Nimmo
Unknown: David Carter
Producer: Bobby Jaye
Produced By: David Hatch

: NEWSROOM

: Christmas Night Ride

Pat Doody with swinging sounds on and off the record featuring tonight
TAKE THREE: WALLY WHYTON, PETE STANLEY WIZZ JONES and THE FRANK STAFFORD TRIO
Produced by Ann Colvin

Contributors

Unknown: Pete Stanley
Unknown: Wizz Jones
Produced By: Ann Colvin

: NEWS SUMMARY

and Weather forecast

: Closedown









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