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: Tony Brandon

The Saturday Early Show Producer DAVID BELLINGER BBC Birmingham
5.2; 6.2; 7.2 Cricket Desk PETER BAXTER reports from Perth on the second day's play between AUSTRALIA and ENGLAND
8.2 Racing Bulletin


Producer: David Bellinger
Unknown: Peter Baxter

: David Jacobs

Producer KEN EVANS at 8.5; 9.2 Cricket Desk


Producer: Ken Evans

: Glen Campbell

with Star Choice
In 1969, Glen recorded his first vocal hit
Witcht lineman which made him a household name. Producer
CHRISTOPHER VEZEY ait 10.2 Cricket Desk


Unknown: Christopher Vezey

: Kenny's Champagne Show

The BBC really Is 60 years old tomorrow - Prince Charles is only
34 - and Mr Everett has concocted a linguistic cornucopia of fanciful phrases to accompany the bubbly. ToastmaSter
MR GEOFFREY MULLIN at 11.2 Sports Desk


Unknown: Mr Everett
Unknown: Mr Geoffrey Mullin

: Sport on 2

see below

: Country Greats in Concert

Introduced by David Allan featuring Roy Orblson Terri Gibbs


Introduced By: David Allan
Unknown: Roy Orblson
Unknown: Terri Gibbs
Producer: Colin Chandler

: Jump!

featuring Jeremy Beadle
LizaGoddard Roy Kinnear and Aimi Macdonald
Plus a mystery guest
Chairman John Junkin


Unknown: Jeremy Beadle
Unknown: Lizagoddard Roy Kinnear
Unknown: Aimi MacDonald
Unknown: John Junkin
Producer: Danny Greenstone

: Big Band Special

The Radio Big Band conducted by BARRY FORGIE with Danny Street
Presenter Sheila Tracy Producer ROBIN SEDGLEY


Conducted By: Barry Forgie
Presenter: Sheila Tracy
Producer: Robin Sedgley

: Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance

At the Royal AlbertHallin the presence of HM The Queen and other members of the Royal Family.
Peter Jones introduces highlights of the events preceding the community singing which is led by CHARLIE CHESTER
Service of Remembrance conducted by The Rt Rev andRtHonGeraldA. Ellison, KCVO, assisted by MONSIGNOR HENRY FARRELLY , BA, RAF, representing the Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster and THE
REV DR KENNETH G. GREET , Moderator of The Free Church Federal Council and THE
REV DAVID COOPER , Chaplain of the 2nd Battalion Parachute Regiment
The Combined Bands of the Coldstream, Irish and Welsh Guards Divisions (by permission of the Major-General
Commanding the Household Division)
Conductor LT-COL r. A. RIDINGS , ARCM, PSM, Senior Director of Music,
Guards Division State
Trumpeters of the Lifeguards


Introduces: Peter Jones
Assisted By: Monsignor Henry Farrelly
Unknown: Rev Dr Kenneth G. Greet
Unknown: Rev David Cooper
Conductor: Lt-Col R. A. Ridings

: Ron Goodwin

with his World of Music from Poole Arts Centre CHRISTOPHER LEE (piano) TERRY THOMPSON (bagpipes) and THE BOURNEMOUTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader BRENDAN O'BRIEN conducted by RON GOODWIN Producer


Piano: Christopher Lee
Piano: Terry Thompson
Leader: Brendan O'Brien
Conducted By: Ron Goodwin
Unknown: David Rayvernallen

: Nordring Festival 1982

The Swedish entry: We Remember Jan Johansson Introduced by Paul Leighton
Produced by LARS BLOHM Series editor robin SEDGLEY
11.2 Sports Desk


Unknown: Jan Johansson
Introduced By: Paul Leighton
Produced By: Lars Blohm

: You and the Night and the Music

Presenter Bill Rennells at 3.2; 4.2 Cricket Desk


Presenter: Bill Rennells

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