Once again Ed takes his record player and request cards out and about. Today he's In
Wales with special guests Brotherhood of Man.
Andy Fairweather Low and Iris Williams - all hoping to meet locals and visitors at the unique village of Portmeirion and the famous Festlnlog Railway.
Producer STUART HOBDAY at 2.2; 3.2 Sports Desk
from De Meerpaal Theatre, Dronten,
Holland STANLEY BLACK conducts the PROMENADE ORCHESTRA
Star singers PAT WHITMORE JOHN LAWRENSON
Featured instrumentalist TONY ARNOPP (alto sax) and DER ROYAL MILITARY
Introduced by Robin Boyle and Hans Simonis Producers
BARRY KNIGIIT (BBC) and JO FISCIIER (AVRO) (A BBC/AVRO Co-production)
9.55 Sports Desk
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