including Racing Bulletin and Pause for Thought This time last year the whole country -nay. the whole world - looked optimistically forward to a time of change. And what did we get? ... another 12 months of this. at 8.27 Sports Desk
Introduced by Wally Whyton featuring the contrasting talents of Merle Haggard and Crystal Gayle.
Whilst MERLE HAGGARD remains true to established country music traditions, CRYSTAL GAYLE has attained stardom with songs of wider popular appeal.
Producer BILL BEBB
10.2 Sports Desk
from London and Edinburgh
Introduced by Steve Jones with Joe Loss and his Orchestra Todd Miller
Lesley-Ann Larry Greton at the Hilton
International. London. Ken Bruce with The Tommy Samson Band Don Drake
Heather Whiteford Denise Hart at the Dragonnara Hotel. Edinburgh
Don Durbridge with The Tony Evans Band Vicky Humble Gary Osborne Senga Jardine at the Hammersmith Palais, London Bill McCue with Jim Johnstone and his Band Bitter Withy at the Caledonian Hotel, Edinburgh
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