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: Colin Berry

including at
6.15 Pause for Thought

: Terry Wogan

including at
8.27 Racing Bulletin and at
8.45 Pause for Thought

: Pete Murray's Open House

ANGELA BOND and JACK DABBS Including at 10.30
Waggoners' Walk
(Friday afternoon's broadcast)


Producers: Denys Jones
Unknown: Angela Bond
Unknown: Jack Dabbs

: Jimmy Young

1.50 Sports Desk with cricket

: David Hamilton

as Radio 1. but including on 1500m only (also 202m Scotland)
2.45. 3.45 and 4.45 Sports Desk with up-to-the-minute racing results

: Waggoners' Walk

(Repeated: Wed 10.30 am) Written by JILL HYEM and ALAN DOWNER
Both Gordon and Kay have said 'no room ' to Mrs Tandy but Mike and Claire have met her long lost cousin; Arthur Tyson has mended ' Chris Wyatt 's watch; and Jean has agreed to stay on at Chester Close - for the time being. Cast: page 46


Written By: Jill Hyem
Unknown: Mrs Tandy
Unknown: Arthur Tyson
Unknown: Chris Wyatt

: Sam Costa

Including at 5.15 Sports Desk

: Sports Desk

: Three in a Row

Don Davis presents the general knowledge game which will be visiting popular holiday resorts This week: Winter Garden, Ventnor, Isle of Wight Devised by DON DAVIS Producer IAN FENNER
7.30 Sports Desk with cricket


Unknown: Don Davis
Unknown: Don Davis
Producer: Ian Fenner

: Sing Something Simple

The Adam Singers directed by CLIFF ADAMS
Accompanied by JACK EMBLOW Producer JOHN BROWELL


Directed By: Cliff Adams
Accompanied By: Jack Emblow
Producer: John Browell

: The Musical World of Angela Morley

with the BBC Radio Orchestra Songs from ROSEMARY SQUIRES Introduced by Robin Boyle Producer BRIAN WILLEY


Introduced By: Robin Boyle
Producer: Brian Willey

: The Impresarios

This week: Sir Bernard Delfont Part 2
Michael Craig continues the stories of the men who create the world of entertainment.
I've always liked to have four or five shows in my mind at the same time. With shows there's nobody who can guarantee success - you must have your flops - they are a great help as long as there aren't too many. You've got to be very philosophical about the whole thing. But I made a point early on that I would only worry about a failure for three days, and if I had a big success I'd only be happy about it for no longer than four days, and then forget about them, and get on with the next thing.
FRANKIE HOWERD says about Sir Bernard:
I've never seen him tearing down the aisle shouting and screaming at anybody - ever! He's very down to earth - I've never known him to be a snob - he's never been big time-he's never been terribly grand - he's always treated one as a fellow worker - a fellow pro, because he was one himself, so he's always thought very much in terms of what the artist's problems were.


Unknown: Michael Craig
Unknown: Sir Bernard Delfont
Unknown: Frankie Howerd
Unknown: Carole Lynne
Unknown: Billy Marsh
Unknown: Betty Paul
Unknown: Lord Vivian
Unknown: Bill Sullivan
Written By: Frank Salter
Producer: David Rayvern Allen

: Sports Desk

: Colin Berry

with Music Through Midnight Including Contact and at 12.0
Midnight Newsroom; weather

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