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: Colin Berry

Producer STUART HOBDAY including at
6.15 Pause for Thought

Contributors

Producer: Stuart Hobday

: Terry Wogan

Producer GEOFFREY MULLIN including at
8.27 Racing Bulletin and at
8.45 Pause for Thought

Contributors

Producer: Geoffrey Mullin

: Pete Murray's Open House

Producers ANGELA BOND and SANDRA BLACK
Requests, on postcards please, to: Open House, BBC, London W1A 4WW including at 10.30
Waggoners' Walk
(Friday afternoon's broadcast)

: Jimmy Young

Producers HARRY WALTERS and DENIS O'KEEFFE

Contributors

Producers: Harry Walters

: Sports Desk

including the lunchtime cricket scoreboard

: David Hamilton

as Radio 1, but including on 200kHz only (also 1484 Scotland)
2.45 and 3.45 Sports Desk

: Waggoners' Walk

(Repeated: Tuesday 10.30 am) Written by PETER LING
Directed by PIERS PLOWRIGHT and DAVID JOHNSTON
Tony Nash has given a concert and discovered he's to be a father; Rupert and Sophie have moved into Kentish Town; ' Beaming for Britain ' has been catching on; Karen, the Tyson's hitch-hiker, has been getting more and more mysterious; and Andy Bolt has broken with Michelle Carey. Cast: page 54

Contributors

Written By: Peter Ling
Directed By: Piers Plowright
Directed By: David Johnston
Unknown: Tony Nash
Unknown: Andy Bolt
Unknown: Michelle Carey.

: Sports Desk

: John Dunn

An afternoon miscellany of words and music
Producers FRANCES LINE
CHARLES CLARK-MAXWELL and BARRY KNIGHT including at
5.45 Sports Desk

: Sports Desk

A round-up of the day's news

: Peter Cavanagh

says It's a Funny Business and relives some of the humorous moments from his career. Presented by Mike Craig BBC Manchester

Contributors

Presented By: Mike Craig

: -Sports Desk

: Alan Dell

with The Dance Band Days
A selection of British dance band favourites

: Sarah Vaughan sings Gershwin

with Robert Farnon and his Orchestra and Carl Schroeder (piano)
On 11 July 1937 the world lost perhaps its most talented and prolific songwriter - GEORGE GERSHWIN. In this programme, recorded in the Hippodrome, Golders Green, before an invited audience, Sarah Vaughan pays tribute to his creativity. Presented by Peter Clayton Producer LAWRIE MONK

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Farnon
Piano: Carl Schroeder
Songwriter: George Gershwin.
Unknown: Sarah Vaughan
Presented By: Peter Clayton
Producer: Lawrie Monk

: Humphrey Lyttelton

with The Best of Jazz on disc Producer KEITH STEWART

Contributors

Producer: Keith Stewart

: Sports Desk

200kHz only (also 1484kHz Scotland) VHF joins Radio 1

: Star Sound

200kHz only (also 1484kHz Scotland) VHF joins Radio 1
A musical look at the world of films
What War Film Was That!guess the mystery tracks to win a soundtrack album of A Bridge Too Far
You Asked for it! - a selection of listeners' requests
Going the Rounds - songs and themes from the latest releases Introduced by David Bellan Written and compiled by LYN FAIRHURST
Producer TONY LUKE

Contributors

Introduced By: David Bellan
Producer: Tony Luke

: Don Durbridge

200kHz only (also 1484kHz Scotland) VHF joins Radio 1 with The Late Show








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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