The solution and prizewinners of Competition No. 2
You were asked to Identify pieces from fourteen top records. Do you know your pop music? If you do, and yours was among the first five postcards to be picked, you will have won a transistor portable.
Repeated: 1.55 p.m.
Introduces country and folk music on record and, in person
THE LORNE GIBSON Trio
News and reviews from
3im LLOYD and DAVID ALLAN
Contra bass fiddle, BRIAN BROCKLEHURST
Produced by Ian Grant
Johnny Moran takes a trip around the world of pop
One hour of latest news. records, reviews, and pop people talking shop
Producers. Paul Williams Ted Beston , John Walters
Editor, BRYANT MARRIOTT
Repeated: Sundall, 4.0 p.m.
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