with the Radio 1 Roadshow at the West Piazza,
Covent Garden, London
For an hour the Roadshow links up with the BBC World Service for DLT's weekly programme A Jolly Good Show. Producers
KEVIN HOWLETT and NICK FREETH
'God save the Queen'. Britain celebrates the Jubilee, rock 'n' roll mourns the King but finds another Elvis on the new wave. Carter in London, Sadat in Jerusalem and the Lib-Lab Pact. Saturday Night Fever, skateboards and 'Rumours'. Researched by PETE FRAME and JOHN TOBLER
Producer TREVOR DANN
Series devised by STUART GRUNDY (R) Revised
The lovesick blues boy - Rochdale's bumptious ambassador of rock 'n' roll - with yet another helping of health and happiness.
Jonathan Richman and The Modern
Lovers and Robyn Hitchcock Producer JOHN LEONARD BBC Manchester
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