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: George Ferguson

The Sunday Show
Producer DAVID WELSBY BBC Birmingham

: Roger Royle

says Good Morning Sunday including at
7.45 Bishop Jim Thompson Researcher JUDI ROSE
Producer HUGH FAUPEL BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown: Jim Thompson

: Melodies For You

Introduced by Robin Boyle BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA leader MARTIN LOVEDAY
Principal guest conductor JAMES LOCKHART
REGINALD LEOPOLD ORCHESTRA leader GEORGE FRENCH With TED DARLING
Producer ALAN OWEN

Contributors

Introduced By: Robin Boyle
Leader: Martin Loveday
Conductor: James Lockhart
Conductor: Reginald Leopold
Leader: George French
Producer: Alan Owen

: Desmond Carrington

with your
Radio 2 All-Time Greats Producer PAM COX

: Ken Bruce Presents Two's Best

Contributors

Writer: John Thompson
Producer: Roy Herbert

: Benny Green

Producer PAM COX

: Alan Dell

with Sounds Easy Producer RAY HARVEY

Contributors

Producer: Ray Harvey

: It's a Funny Business

says Stanley Unwin and relives humorous moments from his career in and out of show business.
Producer MIKE CRAIG
BBC Manchester
(Mollie Sugden on Friday at 10. 0pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Stanley Unwin
Producer: Mike Craig
Unknown: Mollie Sugden

: Sing Something Simple

THE CLIFF ADAMS SINGERS
THE JACK EMBLOW QUARTET
Producer SANDRA BLACK

Contributors

Singers: Adams Singers

: Charlie Chester

with your Sunday Soapbox Producer PETER PILBEAM BBC Manchester

Contributors

Producer: Peter Pilbeam

: Twentieth-Century Troubadour

Daniel Pageon salutes some great French entertainers. This week: Leo Ferre
Largely unknown in Britain,
Ferre is a singer/songwriter of extraordinary magnetism.
Producer ANTHONY WILLS

Contributors

Unknown: Daniel Pageon
Unknown: Leo Ferre
Producer: Anthony Wills

: Niall Murray Sings

The Orchestra directed by KENNETH ALWYN
Producer CHARLES CLARK MAXWELL

Contributors

Producer: Charles Clark Maxwell

: Glamorous Nights

Introduced by Gordon Clyde Compiled and written by EDWARD NASH
Producer MONICA COCKBURN

Contributors

Introduced By: Gordon Clyde
Written By: Edward Nash

: Sunday Half-Hour

with the Plymouth and Exeter District Methodist Music Society
Introduced by Jeremy Carrad Rejoice, the Lord is King;
Father of everlasting grace;
After darkness, light; We have a gospel to proclaim; My heart is full of Christ; Because thou hast said; Let all the world; Out of the depths I cry to thee; Look ye saints. BBC Bristol

Contributors

Introduced By: Jeremy Carrad

: Your Hundred Best Tunes

Introduced by Alan Keith

Contributors

Introduced By: Alan Keith

: Songs from the Shows

BBC RADIO ORCHESTRA leader MICHAEL TOMAUN conducted by Peter Murray Guest singers Leoni Page and Alan Watt
Presented by John Marsh Producer TIM MCDONALD

Contributors

Leader: Michael Tomaun
Conducted By: Peter Murray
Conducted By: Alan Watt
Presented By: John Marsh
Producer: Tim McDonald

: Harold Rich

at the piano
Producer TIM MCDONALD

: Sounds of Jazz

Peter Clayton brings reviews, interviews and comment. with Loose Tubes; and Tony Russell presents jazz news and a little blues.
Producer KEITH STEWART

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Clayton
Unknown: Tony Russell
Producer: Keith Stewart

: Steve Madden

presents Nightride

: Howard Pearce

presents The Early Show Producer GEOFF MULLIN

Contributors

Producer: Geoff Mullin








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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