Ken Bruce counts the pledges and introduces The Ted
Taylor Group with Lee Gibson and Mike Redway who play your requests live for Radio 2's Children in Need Appeal Day. Requests please to: Music All the Way,
Radio 2. BBC. London WLA 4WW
including at 6.45 on MWonly Sport and Classified Results (The Children in Need Appeal continues on BBC I from 7. 0: see page 85. See also Local Radio pages 90and 91. Normal programmes continue on Radio 2 from 7.30: see below.)
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direct from The Dome, Brighton Kenneth Alwyn conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra leader ROY GILLARD
Star Singers Moira Anderson , and Ryland Davies with the Nigel Brooks Singers the Pete Allen Band and special guest star Joan Savage also featuring Tommy Burton at the piano.
Introduced by Robin Boyle Producer BARRY KNIGHT
8.20*-8.40* Interval Talk
John Thompson offers some thoughts on conductors - past and present.
John Hosken 's antidote to the week's news.
Active ingredients: great music, the week's events you might have missed, plus
Richard Lewis with the week's new music, Derek Robinson 's preview of next week's news and the Headline Competition Dose: once a week
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