introduces Country Club with all the best in country music and featuring
Paul Richey and Billy Walker in concert, recorded at the 1985 Silk Cut Festival. Producer colin CHANDLER
(Concert re-broadcast next Saturday)
9.55 Sports Desk
10.0 VHF/FM joins Radio 1
in Radio Grumbleweed
Uncle Rubbish suggests the Grumbleweeds open their own radio station. The BBC is naturally concerned. But there's no need to worry. Wilfs aerial is only a wire coat-hanger sticking out of the drain-pipe - besides, the BBC's aerial sticks out of a much longer drain-pipe!
Written and produced by MIKE CRAIG BBC Manchester
(Re-broadcast next Saturday) (The Grumbleweeds are at the Princess Theatre, Torquay)
Ernest Borgnine chats about his life in films with Phillip Bergson over a drink at the Cognac Film Festival.
With extracts from The Wild Bunch, From Here to Eternity, Marty, The Best Things in Life are Free and more.
Introduced by Nick Jackson Producer HARRY THOMPSON
A season of international exchange concerts hosted tonight by Swedish Radio with Magnl Wentzel (Norway) Gene Summer (Belgium)
Richard Boone (Denmark) Hendrik Meurkens (West
Germany: mouth organ) and The Danish Radio Big Band conducted by Anders Berglund Introduced by Sheila Tracy Producer RUNE HALLBERG (SR) Series editor ROBIN SEDGLEY (R)
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