travels to Germany to see for himself some of the places he calls up each Monday in Forces'
Favourites. Today Ed is in Osnabrück. the largest garrison town in the world.
Producers STUART HOBDAY and MARTIN cox with the co-operation of HFBS COLOGNE at 3.2 Sports Desk
All Winners' Concert Organised by Radio 2 and BBC Local Radio The Geoff Laycock Orchestra (Radio Humberside)
Young Jazz (Radio
London) whose average age is 20 years
Al Wood (alto saxophone - Radio Humberside)
Simon Gardner (trumpet - Radio London)
Peter Minns (tenor saxophone - Radio Leeds) Mark Nightingale
(trombone - Radio WM)
Nigel Ashworlh (arranger - Radio Leeds)
Introduced bv Alan Dell Producer RAY HARVEY
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