at the BBC Theatre Organ presents a programme of requests and music from the BBC NORTHERN IRELAND ORCHESTRA conducted by lAIN SUTHERLAND Producer'PETER pilbeam
(Requests to Reginald Dixon , BBC, PO Box 27, Manchester)
with Tony Britton
PAUL MICKELSON ORCHESTRA
THE SPURRI.OWS, DOUG OLDHAM HELEN LANDRUM
NIGEL BROOKS SINGERS
JOHN HANSON. THE IMPERIALS and JIMMY OWENS AND ORCHESTRA Devised and produced by JACK HYWEI. -DAVIES
with Leslie Phillips Stephen Murray and Jon Pertwee
A chronicle of events aboard HMS Troutbriilge
Written by LAWRIE WYMAN and GEORGE EVANS and involving RICHARD CALDICOT HEATHER CHASEN, TENNlEL EVANS MICHAEL BATES and special guest Chick Murray Announcer barri HAYNES Producer
ALASTAIR SCOTT JOHNSTON
(Repeated: Monday, 7.2 pm)
(Leslie Phillips is in 'The Man Most Likely To . at the Duke of York's Theatre; and Richard Caldicot in ' No Sex, Please - We're British' at the Strand Theatre, London)
Max Bygraves tells in his own words, and those of his friends. the story of his climb from humble beginnings to international fame.
3: From London Palladium to New York Palace
Script and narration by David Gell
Producer DENYS JONES
Recorded in Penryn Wesley Methodist Church, Cornwall, with the united choirs of the district
Introduced by DUDLEY SAVAGE Conductor NOEL ASHTON Organist MYRA BENNETT Prayer and Blessing by REV IVOR THOMPSON
Jesus shall reign (Truro): Come ye that love the Lord (Ascension); 0 thou who earnest (Hereford); We thank thee, Lord (Holly); Sing Hosanna (arr The Csehysi; Come let us sing (Wonderful love); 0 Jesus, king most wonderful (Bishop-thorpe); Summer suns are glowing (Ruth); Souls of men (Cross of Jesus)
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