at 10.15* The New Seekers singing this week's 'Song for Europe,' the fifth of six from which the British entry for this year's Eurovision Song Contest will be chosen.
(Your requests, on postcards please, to 'Open House,' [address removed])
Introduced by Sue MacGregor
Heard Any Good Operation Lately?: BRENDA KIDMAN is keeping up with the latest medical jargon,
Reading your Letters
Old Movies on TV: GORDON GOW selects from the month ahead Prospects: a series in which Judith Chalmers enquires into training and employment opportunities in different fields 1 - Fashion buyer: 24-year-old SANDRA VEAL works in a departmental store
The African Queen by C. S. FORESTER abridged by PAT MCLOUGHLIN read by John Hollis
(First of nine instalments)
(Serial music: Ballet Suite-Billy the Kid by Aaron Copland )
(1,500m. For VHF see Radio 1) Bob Hotness with music and news, Vintage Corner, people and places, featuring
RONNIE ALDRICH With the STUDIO PLAYERS
Producer MICHAEL FORD
Executive producer TONY LUKE including Sports Desk at 10.15
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