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: New Day

Introduced by COLIN SEMPER

Contributors

Introduced By: Colin Semper

: Reginald Dixon

GEOFFREY WHEELER introduces REGINALD DIXON at the BBC Theatre Organ with a programme of requests and with music from the ST AUSTELL BRASS BAND, conductor FRED ROBERTS Producer TONY HALE BBC Manchester

Contributors

Introduces: Geoffrey Wheeler
Unknown: Reginald Dixon
Unknown: St Austell
Conductor: Fred Roberts

: Come Alive!

and sing some gospel songs With THE CRUSADER CHOIR Of the City Temple, Cardiff
Your host Tregelles Williams Producer JOHN STUART ROBERTS BBC Wales

Contributors

Producer: John Stuart Roberts

: as Radio 1

: David Jacobs

introduces Melodies for You BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA conductor ASHLEY LAWRENCE LOUISE KENTON with ROBERT DOCKER (piano)
Producer ROBERT BOWMAN

Contributors

Conductor: Ashley Lawrence
Conductor: Louise Kenton

: People's Service

In the second of three programmes from a studio in London, THE REV ROY TREVIVIAN of The Mayflower Centre, Canning Town, looks at the person of Christ. This week, he asks ' Was Jesus a Man? '
Producer FRANK TOPPING
11.55 Good Listening (VHF)

Contributors

Unknown: Roy Trevivian

: Family Favourites

Introduced by Sandi Jones Taking part: MARAMA MARTIN Radio New Zealand
PAUL BROWN , BFBS, Gibraltar BILL PAUL, CBC, Toronto
ROD MCNELL. ABC, Sydney Producer PAM COX
(18 January: Belfast, Cologne, Canada and Australia)

Contributors

Introduced By: Sandi Jones
Unknown: Paul Brown

: The Navy Lark

with Stephen Murray
Leslie Phillips, Jon Pertwee
A chronicle of events aboard HMS Troutbridge, written by LAWRIE WYMAN and GEORGE EVANS and involving RICHARD CALDICOT HEATHER CHASEN , TENNIEL EVANS MICHAEL BATES. APRIL WALKER Producer
ALASTAIR SCOTT JOHNSTON (Repeated: Saturday 7.2 pm)
(Leslie Phillips is in ' Roger's Last Stand ' at the Duke of York's Theatre: Richard Caldicot is in ' No Sex Please, We're British ' at the Strand Theatre, London)

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Murray
Unknown: Leslie Phillips
Unknown: Jon Perlwee
Written By: Lawrie Wyman
Written By: George Evans
Unknown: Richard Caldicot
Unknown: Heather Chasen
Unknown: Tenniel Evans
Unknown: Michael Bates.
Unknown: April Walker
Producer: Alastair Scott Johnston
Unknown: Leslie Phillips
Unknown: Richard Caldi

: Maurice Chevalier

3: The Man
Introduced by Evelyn Laye with the recorded voices of: MARGARET LOCKWOOD
ROUBEN MAMOULIAN , HAYLEY MILLS BILLY MILTON , MERLE OBERON GINETTE SPANIER
With MARGARET ROBERTSON and JOHN RYE
' think Maurice Chevalier was irresistible to women, however old he was . . .'
(UINETTE SPANIER )
' He was marvellous to women ... even as young as I was, 14 or 15, he treated me like a woman.' (HAYLEY MILLS) Script and research by FRANK SALTER. Producer JACK DABBS

Contributors

Introduced By: Evelyn Laye
Unknown: Margaret Lockwood
Unknown: Rouben Mamoulian
Unknown: Hayley Mills
Unknown: Billy Milton
Unknown: Merle OBEron
Unknown: Ginette Spanier
Unknown: Margaret Robertson
Unknown: Maurice Chevalier
Unknown: Uinette Spanier
Unknown: Frank Salter.
Producer: Jack Dabbs

: Jackie Charlton

says Be My
During the Christmas holiday many thousands of people, all over Britain, will be attending football matches: but before the busy weekend begins the Leeds and England footballer, now manager of Middlesbrough, invites you to join him at home to play some favourite records.
Producer PHYLLIS ROBINSON

Contributors

Producer: Phyllis Robinson

: Charlie Chester

also featuring PERCY EDWARDS Producer RON GARDNER
5.55 Good Listening (VHF)

Contributors

Unknown: Percy Edwards
Producer: Ron Gardner

: as Radio 1

: Roy Castle

in Castle's on the Air

: Max Jaffa

presents and plays
Music for Your Pleasure LONDON STUDIO PLAYERS
With VINCENT BILLNGTON (piano) MARI GRIFFITH
Special guest ROGER STALMAN Producer BARRY KNIGHT
(Before an invited audience)

Contributors

Piano: Vincent Billngton
Piano: Mari Griffith
Unknown: Roger Stalman
Producer: Barry Knight

: Sunday Half-Hour

from the Albert Hall , Nottingham, led by the WILLIAM BOOTH MEMORIAL HALLS SALVATION ARMY BAND, Conductor RALPH BRISTOW with the choir of NOTTINGHAM
HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
Unto us a boy is born (Omega and Alpha): Once in royal David's city (Irby); The first nowell (trad): 0 little town of Bethlehem (Forest Green); Away in a manger (Cradle song): It came upon the midnight clear (Noel); 0 come, all ye faithful (Adeste Fidelps) Introduced by ERIC ROBERTS Prayer and Blessing by CAI'TAIN LAWRENCE BILLS

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Hall
Conductor: Ralph Bristow
Introduced By: Eric Roberts

: Your 100 Best Tunes

Introduced by Alan Keith Producer ANN COLVIN

Contributors

Introduced By: Alan Keith
Producer: Ann Colvin

: Sports Desk

Including a report on the Olympia International Show Jumping Championships from DEREK THOMPSON

Contributors

Unknown: Derek Thompson

: Brass and Strings

BBC RADIO ORCHESTRA conducted by GEORGE FRENCH THE LEWISHAM CONCERT BAND conductor JOSEPH PROCTER Introduced by James Alexander Gordon Producer ALLAN GILES

Contributors

Conducted By: George French
Conductor: Joseph Procter
Introduced By: James Alexander Gordon
Producer: Allan Giles

: Sounds of Jazz

Peter Clayton with news, reviews and comment
With GEORGE MEI.LY AND
THE FEETWAHMERS and KFNNY BAKER QUARTET Producers LAWRIE MONK and KEITH STEWART
Including at 12.0
Midnight Newsroom; weather

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Clayton
Unknown: Kfnny Baker
Unknown: Keith Stewart

: News Summary









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