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: New Day

Some prayers and music

: Douglas Reeve

at the BBC Theatre Organ presents a programme of requests and music from
RANSOME, HOFFMAN, POLLARD WORKS BAND conductor GEOFFREY TOMLINSON Producer PETER PILBEAM BBC Manchester

Contributors

Conductor: Geoffrey Tomlinson
Producer: Peter Pilbeam

: Ray Moore

introduces Banners and Bonnets A selection of Salvation Army music, old and new, especially for Sunday morning.
MAJOR JOHN GOWANS tells a story about the Army's day-today work.
Producer FRANK TOPPING

Contributors

Unknown: Major John Gowans

: * as Radio 1

: David Jacobs

introduces Melodies for You BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA leader ARTHUR LEAVINS conducted by JAMES h. HOWE THE GEORGE FRENCH OCTET
PATRICIA MCCARRY with GORDON LANGFORD (piano)
Producer PETER BELL

Contributors

Leader: Arthur Leavins
Conducted By: James H. Howe
Piano: Gordon Langford
Producer: Peter Bell

: People's Service

The last of three programmes from a studio in London led bv REV JEREMY YOUNGER 3: Man and God
Producer FRANK TOPPING

Contributors

Unknown: Rev Jeremy Younger
Producer: Frank Topping

: Family Favourites

Introduced by Jean Challis
MICHAEL BAGULEY , BBC, Belfast
ANDREW PASTOUNA, BFBS, Cologne BILL PAUL, CBC. Toronto
STEVE COSSER, ABC. Sydney Producer PAM cox
(20 June: Hong Kong, Barbados and Australia. Requests, on postcards please, to: Family Favourites, BBC, London W1A 4WW)

Contributors

Introduced By: Jean Challis
Introduced By: Michael Baguley

: Hello Cheeky

Conceived, nurtured and done by Tim Brooke-Taylor
Barry Cryer and John Junkin with the music (?) of the Denis King Trio
Written by BARRY CRYER and JOHN JUNKIN
Producer BOB OLIVER ROGERS

Contributors

Unknown: Tim Brooke-Taylor
Unknown: Barry Cryer
Unknown: John Junkin
Written By: Barry Cryer
Written By: John Junkin
Producer: Bob Oliver Rogers

: Portrait of Piaf

Elisabeth Welch, in the first of three programmes, tells the dramatic story of Edith Piaf, the most famous of French popular singers who rose from an urchin street singer to international fame. Each episode will include people from her world who describe the extraordinary life and' personality of the ' Little Sparrow'. 1: The Years of Struggle
Written by CHARLES THOMPSON Producer Producer LAURENCE STAPLEY

Contributors

Written By: Charles Thompson
Producer: Laurence Stapley

: Hubert Gregg

says Thanks for the Memoru Producer PHYLLIS ROBINSON

Contributors

Producer: Phyllis Robinson

: Charlie Chester

with your Sunday Soapbox also featuring PERCY EDWARDS Producer RON GARDNER BBC Birmingham Including at 5.2
Cricket: the teatime scores In today's John Player League games

Contributors

Unknown: Percy Edwards
Producer: Ron Gardner

: as Radio 1

: Sunday Sport

Introduced by John Dunn International Football: England v Brazil
Later tonight Don Revie leads England into action against the 1970 World Cup winners for the first time since that tournament in the American Bicentennial Cup. BRYON BUTLER reports from Los Angeles
International Athletics: with the Olympic Games only weeks away now, Britain's athletes will be looking for good performances in the international match against USSR in Kiev, Reports by ALAN PARRY
Cricket: news of all today's John Player League matches featuring the holders, Hampshire, against Middlesex; the 1974 winners, Leicestershire, against Somerset; and Essex against Northants.
Motor Cycling: the Yugoslavian Grand Prix in Opatija - a report from CHRIS CARTER.
A Radio Sports Unit production

Contributors

Introduced By: John Duna
Unknown: Bryon Butler
Unknown: Alan Parry
Unknown: Chris Carter.

: Semprini Serenade

BBC RADIO ORCHESTRA conducted by VILEM TAUSKY Producer FRANK HOOPER

Contributors

Conducted By: Vilem Tausky
Producer: Frank Hooper

: Sunday Half-Hour

Introduced by DOUGLAS AITKEN from Cathcart South Parish Church. Glasgow, with the united choirs of the district
Conductor of Praise ALBERT CAIE Organist ALEXANDER PHILP
Prayer and Blessing by REV HUGH R. WYLLIE. Praise (CH 3): 0 come. let us sing (Bon Accord); Ye gates. lift up your heads (St George's, Edinburgh): Praise the Lord! (Austrian Hymn); Soldiers of Christ, arise (From strength to strength); Jesus' hands were kind hands (Au clair de la lune); For my sake and the Gospel's, go (Bishopgarth); For all the saints (Sine Nomine); Lift high the cross (Crucifer); All praise to thee, my God (Tallis' Canon) BBC Scotland

Contributors

Introduced By: Douglas Aitken
Organist: Alexander Philp
Unknown: Rev Hugh R. Wyllie.

: Your 100 Best Tunes

Introduced by Alan Keith Producer JACK DABBS

Contributors

Introduced By: Alan Keith
Producer: Jack Dabbs

: Sports Desk

: Brass and Strings

BBC MIDLAND RADIO ORCHESTRA conductor NORRIE PARAMOR
THORESBY COLLIERY WELFARE BAND conductor WILLIAM LIPPEATT Introduced by James Alexander Gordon

Contributors

Conductor: Norrie Paramor
Introduced By: James Alexander Gordon

: Sounds of Jazz

Introduced by Peter Clayton TOMMY WHITTLE QUARTET with special guest JACK PARNELL MAX COLLIE AND HIS RHYTHM ACES Producers LAWRIE MONK and KEITH STEWART including at 12.0
Midnight Newsroom; weather; motoring information

Contributors

Introduced By: Peter Clayton
Introduced By: Tommy Whittle
Unknown: Jack Parnell
Unknown: Keith Stewart








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