A quiz game devoted to those days of not so long ago when music was melodic, lyrics were lyrical and a record player was simply called - gramophone! This week's panel of experts: Jon Pertwee
Elizabeth Larner and Nat Temple
Chairman Shaw Taylor
At the piano DENNIS GOMM
Compiled and produced by JOHN DYAS
Tony Capstick introduces recordings made at THE SHEFFIELD TRADITIONAL SONG CLUB
News from the Folk world
SHIRLEY COLLINS AND THE ETCHINGHAM STEAM BAND recorded at the Norwich Folk Festival 74
Producer PETER PILBEAM
1500m only (also 202m Scotland) VHF joins Radio 1
Music - Snowball - Celebrities (For further details see Monday) Producer GEOFF DOBSON including at
10.15 Sports Desk and at
(Rptd: Friday, 1.45 pm)
An exclusive all-night service of Election news, comment and music
State-of-the-Parties - gains and losses.
News summaries every hour.
Election flashes and computer predictions as the news dictates.
CHRISTOPHER JONES and (below)
BRIAN CURTOIS of the BBC's Political Staff; PETER PATERSON , former Assistant Editor of the New Statesman, and BRIAN READING of The Economist. Your music and news presenters:
Len Jackson and Don Durbridge
Election Guide; pages 13-18
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