Andy Peebles recalls Highlights from this year's My Top Ten series, with comments from guests including Barry White , Carly Simon , Harry Enfield ,
Donny Osmond , Mick Hucknell. Carol Decker and Jonathan Ross , together with their choice of music. Producer MIKE HAWKES
Presented by Roger Scott
Producer JEFF GRIFFIN
including at 5.20-6.30
Top of the Pops 25th Anniversary
with a selection of prime archive material and surprise guests live in the studio. Presented by Mike Read and Paul Gambaccini. Producer MICK WILKOJC
Simultaneous broadcast with BBC
For details see page 230
FEATURE: page 13
and at 7.00-7.30
The Beeb's Lost Beatles Tapes: No More 'She Loves You's
Richard Skinner presents the last of a 14-part series featuring the group's.
"What we need isn't material, it's spiritual - we need some other form of peace and happiness." So said George on Radio 1's Scene and Heard in 1967, and he's also featured in a BBC profile in 1965. John is Where It's At with Kenny Everett, and interviewed with Paul at Abbey Road during the making of Sgt Pepper. Plus Nelson Wilbury's memories of the Beatles at the Beeb.
Researchers KEVIN HOWLETT and MARK LEWlSOHN Producer KEVIN HOWLETT
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