Results and prizewinners of Competition No. 4
You were asked to work out a D.J.'s name from the initial letters of record titles. If yours was among the first five correct answers picked, you will have won a radio record player.
Repeated: 3.55 p.m.
Wally Whyton introduces
THE COUNTRY FEVER
NICK STRUTT and ROGER KNOWLES surprise guests and reviews the latest records
Folk and country news from Jim Lloyd
Produced by Ian Grant
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