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Listings

: News; Weather

: Breakfast Special

John Dunn with resident bands, singers, and discs, plus news, weather, and traffic

Contributors

Unknown: John Dunn

: Pete Murray's Open House

Your records - your choice of guests - it's all yours

: Five to Ten

Holy Week
Words and music from MAJOR WILL PRATT and THE REASON pop group

: Morning Story

The Alibi Man, written and read by BRIAN HAYES
(Brian Hayes is in 'The Magistrate' at the Cambridge Theatre. London)

Contributors

Read By: Brian Hayes
Read By: Brian Hayes

: Waggoners' Walk NW

(Tues afternoon's broadcast)

: Sam Costa

presents music with the Accent on Melody

: Woman's Hour

Introduced by MARJORIE ANDERSON
Guest of the Week: Dr Walter Perry , Vice-Chancellor of the Open University
For Gardeners: MOIRA SAVONIUS with advice on dividing plants and taking cuttings
How complex is it to run a Cathedral?: to find out, JEAN GOODMAN visits Ely, in Cambridgeshire
Room for improvement: what can we learn from other countries? Views collected by PAT PLEASANCE
The Mystery of Edwin Drood by CHARLES DICKENS abridged by MOLLIE HARDWICK read by NOEL JOHNSON Last instalment followed by an interlude

Contributors

Introduced By: Marjorie Anderson
Unknown: Dr Walter Perry
Unknown: Moira Savonius
Unknown: Jean Goodman
Unknown: Pat Pleasance
Unknown: Edwin Drood
Unknown: Charles Dickens
Abridged By: Mollie Hardwick
Read By: Noel Johnson

: Racing The Irish Sweeps Lincoln Handicap

(One mile straight)
Commentary by PETER BROMLEY in the Grandstand and Michael SETH-SMITH at the fivefuiiong gate from Townmoor, followed by an interlude

Contributors

Commentary By: Peter Bromley
Commentary By: Michael Seth-Smith

: Terry Wogan

: Racing Results

: * Roundabout

with Steve Race for news, views, and music from all directions Produced by CHARLES CLARK-MAXWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Race
Produced By: Charles Clark-Maxwell

: Sports Review

: * Album Time

Brian Matthew with a review of current popular record releases

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Matthew

: News Time

Radio Newsroom brings you what's news tonight
Presenter MALCOLM BILLINGS
7.44 Weather forecast

: The Frank Ifield Show

in which Frank sings some of his own favourite songs and some that you would like to hear, with THE NIGEL BROOKS SINGERS
THE RADIO ORCHESTRA conductor MALCOLM LOCKYER
Produced by JOHN BUSSELL

Contributors

Singers: Nigel Brooks
Conductor: Malcolm Lockyer
Produced By: John Bussell

: Midweek Theatre Murder Remembered

by T. C. HUDSON
A violent mystery which has been based on a true murder case of the turn of the century
Produced by BRIAN MILLER
(Repeated: Thursday,3.30 pm; Radio 4)

Contributors

Produced By: Brian Miller
AmOS: Henry Stamper
AgneS: Betty Hardy
Journalist: Garard Green
Henry Wincott: Sean Arnoi D
Ritchie: Paul Douglas
Phoebe Fenlow: Patricia Gallimore
Tilly: Ruby Luscombe
Ella: Aileen Mills
Jim Tyler: Garard Green
Leslie Tyler: Malcolm Young

: Time for Old Time

SIDNEY BOWMAN AND HIS
ORCHESTRA with songs from compere BENNY LEE
MC, GEORr.E WATKINS

Contributors

Unknown: Sidney Bowman
Unknown: Benny Lee

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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