Friends - you are Invited to enter the spirit world of Radio 2 In the search for the BBC poltergeist as our own little apparition wages a veritable crusade against the forces of darkness.
We ask you to please all join hands and try to make contact with the living! Warning: This show is not for those of a nervous disposition.
Medium: Geoffrey Mullin
The four Spinners, TONY DAVIS , MICK GROVES , CLIFF RALL and HUGH JONES , aided and abetted by JOHN MCCORMICK (bass), tnvlte you to join some friends for a special programme celebrating their 25th anniversary. Producer
JOHN FAWCETT WILSON
Kenneth Kendall introduces
Sheila Armstrong (sop)
Geoffrey Chard (baritone) Nigel Blomlley (cello) BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA leader JOHN BRADBURY conductor ASHLEY LAWRENCE producer BARRY KNIGHT (In association with Worthing Borough Council)
8.20-8.40' Interval with Philip Bergson
Nordring Festival 1983 The Swedish entry for this year's Nordrlng Radio Prize
1 A tribute to all music ' by ORJAN FAHLSTROM featuring Maritza Horn and Palle Mikkelborg conducted by ORJAN FAHLSTROM Introduced by Len Jackson
Producers RUNE HALLBERG and LARS HAMBERG Series editor
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