DUDLEY SAVAGE at the organ of the ABC Theatre in Plymouth and the LANGLEY BAND conductor DENNIS MASTERS with music requested for patients in hospital or at home Producer IAN CARSON
and sing some gospel songs and choruses with the CITY TEMPLE CRUSADER CHOIR, CARDIFF THE RICHARD WILLIAMS
JUNIOR SINGERS, KELVIN THOMAS Introduced by Wyn Calvin Producer LLOYD WALTERS BBC Wales
introduces Melodies for You BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA leader ARTHUR LEAVINS conducted by MICHAEL MOORES
THE REGINALD LEOPOLD ORCHESTRA With EDMUND BOHAN
Producer PETER BELL
The last in a series of three programmes from a studio in London, led by REV GERALD LANE 3: Consider Yourself
Producer FRANK TOPPING
Introduced by Jean Challis
MICHAEL BAGULEY , BBC Belfast JOHN WALKER , BFBS Cologne JUNE ARMSTRONG-WRIGHT, Radio and TV Hong Kong STEVE cosser , ABC Sydney Producer RAY HARVEY
(31 October: Belfast, BFBS Cologne, Hong Kong and Australia)
written and adapted by EDDIE BRABEN with Nicola Pagett
Special singing guest
Elaine Delmar. Music from
PETER KNIGHT AND HIS ORCHESTRA Producer JOHN BROWELL
(Repeated: Saturday 7.2 pm 1500m, and 202m Scotland)
A celebration of 50 years of film musicals.
17: The Oscar-winning Song-book
' You always win the award for the wrong song. I won for Three Coins in the Fountain, I don't think it's my best song. I lost with I'll Walk Alone, I Don't Want to Walk Without You. It's Magic, Time After Time, I Fall in Love Too Easily . Time tells me these songs were better, because they're standards today.' (JULE STYNE )
Douglas Fairbanks Jr investigates the way in which some songs won Academy Awards and others didn't. Also taking part:
PANDRO BERMAN , SAMMY CAHN BING CROSBY , IRA GERSHWIN JOHNNY MERCER, HERMES PAN LEO ROBIN , GEORGE SIDNEY JULE STYNE , HARRY WARREN Written by BENNY GREEN
Producers JOHN BILLINGHAM and MEL HOUSE
With the help of BBC Archives, Peter Clayton presents songs and people linked by one idea. The theme this week: Telephones
Producer JOHN f. MUIR
with your Sunday Soapbox Producer RON GARDNER BBC Birmingham including at 4.30*
Racing from France Prix de VArc de Triomphe Europe's richest horse race, worth more than £125.000 to the winner. Commentary by PETER BROMLEY at Longchamp.
The return of this popular, nationwide, weekly quiz to find out who will succeed Patricia Arthur as the Sports Brain of Britain in 1976. From hundreds of entries, 18 contestants have fought their way through to the first round proper, and today the first three do battle at the Leicestershire County Cricket Club, Grace Road.
The winner will go forward to the first of the semi-finals later next month.
Unforgettable melodies from the world of operetta and musical theatre.
Introduced by Sam Costa
Written and produced by EDWARD NASH
Hymns for Harvest thanksgiving from the Central Methodist Church, Accrington, Lancashire, with local choirs and congregations
Introduced by KEITH MACKLIN Conductor ALEC GRINDROD Organist ALAN PILKINGTON Prayer and Blessing by REV KENNETH CARVELEY
God whose farm is all creation (Shipston); Yes, God is good (Williams); Praise to the Lord, the almighty (Lobe den Herren); All things bright and beautiful (Royal Oak): Come ye thankful people, come (St Georges Windsor); Fill thou my life (Beatitudo): Bread of heaven on thee we feed (Bread of heaven); Hear us 0 Lord (Peel Castle); Now thank we all our God (Nun danket) BBC Manchester
Introduced by Alan Keith Producer JACK DABBS
Including a report on the Canadian Grand Prix from ANDREW MARRIOTT at Mosport
Latin-American Music is Alive and Back in Business.
The Belgian entry for the 1976 Nordring Radio Prize held at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness, earlier this year
with Anni Anderson, Maurice Dean, Neppy Noya, Jean 'Toots' Thielemans and the BBC SCOTTISH RADIO ORCHESTRA, leader IAN TYRE conducted by FRANCIS BAY
MC Paul Codde
Script and production by WARD BOGAERT (BRT)
with Peter Clayton , and VIC ASH QUARTET and DAVE SHEPHERD QUINTET Producers LAWRIE MONK and KEITH STEWART including at 12.0
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