... the elephant and the kangaroo.
A not-too-serious game in which captive humans answer questions about the animal kingdom and compete for the Great Currant Bun. This week:
David Attenborough Jeffery Boswall and Irene Thomas
Gamekeeper Percy Edwards Questions set by MADEAU STEWART
Producer PHYLLIS ROBINSON
Tony Capstick introduces a story from Loughborough Festival 1976
Songs from the Midsummer Berkshire Festival
5.10 to Friog written and introduced by KenCampbell with songs from the RHOS MALE VOICE CHOIR
JOHN LEONARD and JOHN SQUIRE , recorded at the Lincoln Folk Club
News from the Folk world Producer PETER PILBEAM BBC Manchester
his Trumpet and his Orchestra with Jo r-arney in Band Parade with THE HENRY MCKENZIE QUARTET Introduced by TEDDY JOHNSON Producer JACK DABBS
Dance Bands on the Air (Vols 1 and 2) arailable on the Week-end Sounds series from BBC Records (LP or cassette £1.95 each) through record shops Also
Band Beat with the Syd Law. rence Orchestra is arailaote from BBC Records (LP £2.99, cassette £3.25)
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