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: - NEWS SUMMARY

and Weather forecast

: BREAKFAST SPECIAL

Peter Latham with resident bands and singers of the week discs news, weather, and traffic reports

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Latham

: FIVE TO TEN

A talk by LORD ELTON

Contributors

Talk By: Lord Elton

: MORNING STORY

An Understanding Face by JOAN SAUNDERS
Read by MARGARET WARD

Contributors

Unknown: Joan Saunders
Read By: Margaret Ward

: THE DALES

Script by Rex Edwards
Mrs. Dale has seen Sally in a restaurant near Exton with a good-looking middle-aged man, but does not know who he is. Ruby Turner and Sydney Pratt have decided to marry as soon as possible. Mrs. Dale has received a letter from Mrs. Segrue telling her to keep her hands off Mr. Segrue. Mrs. Rampling has given notice to Dr. Dale. Adam York has met an attractive computer-programmer, Jane Collison. Lois has been having treatment for severe postnatal depression. Neville's younger brother, Larry Jackson , has turned up unexpectedly in Exton in some kind of trouble.
Monday Afternoon's broadcast

Contributors

Script By: Rex Edwards
Unknown: Ruby Turner
Unknown: Jane Collison.
Unknown: Larry Jackson

: MELODY ON THE MOVE

Jimmy Hanley presents music played by the SCOTTISH RADIO ORCHESTRA Leader, Ian Tyre
Conducted by IAIN SUTHERLAND

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Hanley
Leader: Ian Tyre
Conducted By: Iain Sutherland

: THOSE WERE THE SHOWS

Melodies from stage and screen recalled by the RADIO ORCHESTRA
Conducted by MICHAEL COLLINS featuring
MARGARET BURTON , BARRY KENT and the NIGEL BROOKS SINGERS
Introduced by STEWART MACPHERSON
Produced by Chris Morgan
Margaret Burton is in ' Annie ' at the Westminster Theatre. London

Contributors

Conducted By: Michael Collins
Unknown: Margaret Burton
Unknown: Barry Kent
Singers: Nigel Brooks
Introduced By: Stewart MacPherson
Produced By: Chris Morgan
Produced By: Margaret Burton

: WOMAN'S HOUR

Introduced by MARJORIE ANDERSON tA Writer Talking:
GODFREY WINN has just written the first volume of his autobiography
It needn'be dull, or expensive: RUTH ANNISON talks about sensible eating when you live alone
Reading Your Letters tMusic of the spheres: ROSE
MARY BROWN believes she is taught to compose by the spirits of such musicians as Liszt, Chopin, and Beethoven
Another Woman's Children: three views on being a step-mother
MARJORIE WESTBURY reads A Sailor Hat in the House of the Lord by THERESE LA CHARD
Fourth of six instalments

Contributors

Introduced By: Marjorie Anderson
Unknown: Godfrey Winn
Talks: Ruth Annison
Unknown: Mary Brown
Unknown: Therese La Chard

: THE DALES

Repeated: Wed.. 11.15 a.m.

: RACING RESULTS

: * ROUNDABOUT

with Brian Matthew for news, views, and music from all directions
Produced by Frances Line

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Matthew
Produced By: Frances Line

: SPORTS REVIEW

: ALAN DELL

with Album Time a review of the latest popular L.P.s and E.P.s

: NEWS

TIME
Radio Newsroom brings you what's news tonight followed by Comment
Presenter, Derek Cooper

Contributors

Presenter: Derek Cooper

: TOP OF THE FORM

Question-Masters,
JOHN ELLISON and Tim GUDGIN
3. Northern Ireland
CROSS AND PASSION COLLEGE, BALLYCASTLE (Girls) v.
GROSVENOR HIGH SCHOOL, BELFAST (Boys)
Questions set by Roy Smith Produced by JOAN CLARK
Sunday's broadcast

Contributors

Question-Masters: John Ellison
Question-Masters: Tim Gudgin
Unknown: Roy Smith
Produced By: Joan Clark

: JIMMY SAVILE

says
Be My Guest while he does his work-out in the gym and talks about his career and favourite music
Produced by John F. Muir
See page 34
Archie Andrews

Contributors

Produced By: John F. Muir
Unknown: Archie Andrews

: NORD-RING

Your popular music passport to Northern Europe from London includes
PETER BEIL (Germany)
GREETJE KAUFFELD (Holland)
LISA LINN (Denmark)
RAY MONDO (Belgium)
KIRSTI SPARBOE (Norway)
OSTEN WARNERBRING (Sweden) and from Great Britain
Ronnie Aldrich
Acker Bilk
Sheila Southern
Frankie Vaughan
THE RADIO SHOW BAND
Conducted by PAUL FENOULHET
Introduced by PAUL HOLLINGDALE
Produced by John Billingham from the Concert Hall, Broadcasting House A Nord-Ring production
See page 34

Contributors

Unknown: Ronnie Aldrich
Unknown: Acker Bilk
Unknown: Frankie Vaughan
Conducted By: Paul Fenoulhet
Introduced By: Paul Hollingdale
Produced By: John Billingham

: NEWSROOM

: NEWS SUMMARY

and Weather forecast

: Closedown









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