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: News; Weather

Through the day on I and 2 News 5.30 am 6.0 6.30 7.30
8.30 9.30 10.30 11.30 12.30 pm
1.30 2.30 (RI) 3.30 4.30 5.30 (R2)
7.30 10.30 11.30 12 midnight
1.0 am 2.0
Weather 5.32 am 6.2 6.31 7.0
7.31 8.0 8.31 9.31 5.31 pm (R2) 7-34 12 4 am 2.1
Time Big Ben 5.30 am gts 7.0 10.0 (R2) 12 noon
2.0 pm <R2) 7.30
Shipping (1,500m only)
6.40 am 1.55 pm 5.57
2.2 am (also on VHF)

: Breakfast Special

Bruce Wyndham with resident bands, singers, and discs, plus news, weather, and traffic

Contributors

Unknown: Bruce Wyndham

: Junior Choice

: Five to Ten

Unposted Letter: to the young gentlemen who broke down newly planted trees near his home, from TOM HETHERINGTON

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Hetherington

: Joe Henderson

introduces Melody Time with his two pianos THE SINGALONG CHOIR
RAY DAVIES AND THE
BUTTON-DOWN BRASS
DANNY STREET and the strings of the RADIO ORCHESTRA conducted by PAUL FENOULHET Produced by PAMELA cox

Contributors

Unknown: Danny Street
Conducted By: Paul Fenoulhet
Produced By: Pamela Cox

: LP Showcase

Ken Sykora with some of the Top Sellers, the Evergreens. and the Latest Longplayers

Contributors

Unknown: Ken Sykora

: Marching and Waltzing

Introducedby Jimmy Kingsbury The Waltzes played by the BBCNORTHERN IRELAND ORCHESTRA leader MAURICE BRETT conducted by KENNETH ALWYN The Marches played by the MORRIS CONCERT BAND conducter HARRY MORTIMER
Produced by ALLAN GILES

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Kingsbury
Leader: Maurice Brett
Conducted By: Kenneth Alwyn
Unknown: Harry Mortimer
Produced By: Allan Giles

: The Frank Chacksfield Hour

Introduced by Frank Chacksfield featuring the strings of THE RADIO ORCHESTRA
With ROBERTO CARDINAI. E and sounds from Europe
Produced by JAMES DUFOUR

Contributors

Introduced By: Frank Chacksfield
Unknown: Roberto Cardinai.
Produced By: James Dufour

: The Big Band Sound

introduced by ALAN DELL
Produced by DENIS LEWELL

Contributors

Introduced By: Alan Dell
Produced By: Denis Lewell

: Melody Fair

Ray Moore with a smooth musical mixture for a winter afternoon
Produced by DENIS LEWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Ray Moore
Produced By: Denis Lewell

: * Those Were the Days

Bill Crozier introduces old time and sequence dancing with SIDNEY DAVEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA and PAT WHITMORE
MC, HOLLAND BROCKBANK who also brings news from the world of traditional dancing Produced by DON GEORGE
(Given before an invited audi ence at The Paris, Lower Regent Street, London, SW1 Tickets can be obtained from Ticket Unit. BBC, London, W1A 1AA, enclosing sae)

Contributors

Introduces: Bill Crozier
Unknown: Sidney Davey
Unknown: Pat Whitmore
Unknown: Holland Brockbank
Produced By: Don George

: The Swinging Sixties

From skiffle to the moon - a nostalgic look at the last decade illustrated by the music and comment of the people who shaped it.
2: The Age of the Beatles
Narrators: CHARLES CHILTON HARRY LANDIS
Written by CHARLES CHILTON Additional research by DEREK BROMBERG
Produced by CHARLES CHIl. TON and RICHARD WILLCOX
(Repeated: Sunday, 3.0 pm)

Contributors

Narrators: Charles Chilton
Narrators: Harry Landis
Written By: Charles Chilton
Unknown: Derek Bromberg
Produced By: Charles Chil.
Produced By: Richard Willcox

: News; Weather

: Country Meets Folk

Wally Whyton introduces THE SOUTHERN RAMBLERS
THE FOGGY DEW-0. GORDON GILTRAP and surprise guests
Folk and country news; reviews of latest records from JIM LLOYD
Contra-bass fiddle BRIAN BROCKLEHURST
Produced by BILL BEBB

Contributors

Introduces: Wally Whyton
Unknown: Jim Lloyd
Unknown: Brian Brocklehurst
Produced By: Bill Bebb

: Rod's Round-up

The sound of movie music introduced by Rod McLennan Produced by IAN FENNER

Contributors

Introduced By: Rod McLennan
Produced By: Ian Fenner

: Passport to Music

Highlights from the 1969 song festival held in Sopot. Poland, in which Patsy McClean represented Great Britain and Pat Lynch Eire.
Edited and introduced by BILL CROZIER
This is the first of two programmes outlining four concerts, but concerned mainly with two of them This week Bill Crozier invites listeners to join the jury of the Song Contest in selecting the best new song. Next week you can hear some of the artists singing their own favourite songs.

Contributors

Unknown: Patsy McClean
Introduced By: Bill Crozier
Unknown: Bill Crozier

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