makes his weekly call to Bob Hudson at ABC Sydney, to unite friends and relations in the United Kingdom and Australia with messages and music.Edalsoextendsthe service nationwide and tries to find some missing people in Where Are You Now?
3.2 Sporta Desk
Good music to ease you through the early evening together with interviews on topics to interest you, the Mystery Voice Competition at
6.30* and today's Alter Seven Guest. including at 6.45 on Sport and Classified Results
Roy Hudd invites you to laugh at all the views of 1983 packedintooneslim-lineshow with Chris Emmett Nicholas McAuliffa Alison Steadman and THE HUDDLINERS
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