Fragrant memories from Victorian and Edwardian times and a little later
Penelope Walmsley-Clarke John Lawrenson
THE RUISLIP HOUSEWIVES THE CAMBORNE TOWN BAND
REGINALD LEOPOLD ORCHESTRA conductor
Introduced by Alan Keith
A musical magazine of the movie world. This week: Bob Ainsworth with an introduction to The Bluffers' Guide to the Movies ... or how to be one-up on the film buffs.
John Benson continues his look at the Hollywood musical directors with a musical profile of Henry Mancini.
Introduced by Nick Jackson
Written and compiled by LYN FAIRHURST
9.57 Sports Desk
' Direct ' from The Headquarters Party
Roy Hudd examines his manifestos with Chris Emmett , Alison Steadman and THE HUDDLINERS.
Written by CHARLIE ADAMS , GEOFFREY ATKINSON , IAN BROWN. JEREMY BROWNE , ANDY HAMILTON , JAMES HENDRlE , PETER HICKEY ,
TREVOR MCCALLUM. RICHARD QUICK, NICK REVELL ,
LAURIE ROWLEY and others (Roy Hudd is in ' Oliver ' at the Hippodrome
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