featuring all this week: THE JOHNNY ARTHEY BAND, DAVE DEE, MIKI ANTONY, ROLF HARRIS, GINGERBREAD, CINNAMON QUILL, FLIRTATIONS, TROC, THE BERT WEEDON GROUP, BLACK ABBOTS, SWEETCORN, BRAIN CHILD, DESIGN, COUNTRY FEVER, JOHNNY NEAL AND THE STARLINERS
Producer BRYANT MARRIOTT
This week's star guests: Roy Orbison and Lulu
(This Week's Sounds: page 13) featuring all this week: ROCKIN' BERRIES
NEW SEEKERS, DAVE EDMUNDS, NEW WORLD, JACKSON AND JONES,
MATCHBOX, BROTHERHOOD OF MAN
Producer PAUL WILLIAMS
featuring all this week: THE TONY EVANS BAND FRIDAY'S CHILD
THE SETTLERS, MADRIGAL PEANUTS
SIGHT 'N' SOUND PERFORMIN' LEES
BLUE MINK. TREMELOES FORTUNES
JAMES ROYAL AND THE RONNIE SMITH SOUND
DR MARIGOLD'S PRESCRIPTION
JONNY YOUNG FOUR ANDEE SILVER
ALEX WELSH JAZZBAND
Producer RON BELCHIER
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