Presenter Jim Lloyd The Dubliners recorded at the Fairfleld Hall, Croydon
Ry Cooder from the" Cambridge Festival
Fred Woods presents a feature about ALY bain
Album review of ' The Good Old Wai/ ', a sampler by Ian A. Anderson Producers ray harvey and PETER PILBEAM
A musical magazine from the movie , world.
Star Sound invites Roy Plomley to choose the eight films he would -like to see in the Star Sound Gjiust Cinema including extracts from films by the Marx Brothers. Humphrey Bogart , Bing Crosby and Louis Armstrong with music from the film Henry V
Introduced by David Bellan Written and compiled by LYN FA1RHURST
Producer tony lukb
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