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: Steve Truelove

The Saturday Show Producer DAVID WELSBY BBC Birmingham

: David Jacobs

Producer GRAHAM PASS

Contributors

Producer: Graham Pass

: Sounds of the 60s

with Keith Fordyce including music from Manfred Mann , Glen Campbell ,
Donovan and Status Quo Producer SANDRA BLACK

Contributors

Unknown: Keith Fordyce
Unknown: Manfred Mann
Unknown: Glen Campbell

: Album Time

with Peter Clayton
ProducerSANDRA BLACK
1.0 VHF/FM joins Radio 1

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Clayton
Producer: Sandra Black

: Radio Active

Following in the footsteps of Frank and Nesta Bough, Radio Active's holiday programme.
'Get Away with You', spends a weekend road-testing the world. Abroad:
Songs by PHILIP POPE ,
ANGUS DEAYTON and GEOFFREY PERKINS Performed by THE HEE BEE GEE BEES
Written by GEOFFREY PERKINS and ANGUS DEAYTON. with additional material by JEREMY PASCAL and JIM RAFFERTY Producer JAMIE RIX
(First broadcast on Radio 4)

Contributors

Songs By: Philip Pope
Songs By: Angus Deayton
Songs By: Geoffrey Perkins
Written By: Geoffrey Perkins
Written By: Angus Deayton.
Unknown: Jeremy Pascal
Unknown: Jim Rafferty
Producer: Jamie Rix
Anna Daptor: Helen Atkinson Wood
Martin Brown: Michael Fenton-Stevens
Mike Flex: Geoffrey Perkins
Nigel Pry: Philip Pope
At home: Mike Channel: Angus Deayton

: Sport on 2

see panel

: Folk on 2

In a programme with a flavour of the Midlands. Jim Lloyd introduces Redditch duo
Cosmotheka, the Shropshire band Umps and Dumps, and finds out about local folklore from Roy Palmer.
Producer GEOFFREY hewitt BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Producer: Geoffrey Hewitt

: Beat the Record

Keith Fordyce tests your musical knowledge. Devised by DON DAVIS
Researched by BILL SULLIVAN Producer DAVID TYLER
7.30 VHF/FM rejoins Radio 2

Contributors

Unknown: Keith Fordyce
Unknown: Don Davis
Unknown: Bill Sullivan
Producer: David Tyler

: A Night in Vienna

A selection of music by some of the great names of Vienna's golden age, with a special emphasis on the Strauss family.
BBC Concert Orchestra conductor Barry Wordsworth with Marilyn Hill Smith and NeUMackie
Introduced by Dr Eduard Strauss III
Producer TIM MCDONALD (R)
8.20-8.40* Interval
Peter Kemp, Chairman of the Johann Strauss Society of Great Britain, talks about Eduard Strauss I's concert visit to
London in the spring of 1885. (R)

Contributors

Conductor: Barry Wordsworth
Unknown: Marilyn Hill Smith
Introduced By: Dr Eduard Strauss Iii
Producer: Tim McDonald

: String Sound

The Strings of the BBC Radio Orchestra leader MICHAEL TOMALIN guest conductor Roland Shaw Presented by Hilary Osborn Producer GRAHAM BELCHERE

Contributors

Leader: Michael Tomalin
Conductor: Roland Shaw
Presented By: Hilary Osborn
Producer: Graham Belchere

: Martin Kelner

'Where did all the good times go?'
Producer BRIAN STEPHENS

Contributors

Producer: Brian Stephens

: Night Owls

Introduced by Dave Gelly

Contributors

Introduced By: Dave Gelly
Producer: Barbara Page

: Nick Page

presents Nightride

: A Little Night Music

A sequence of songs for the early hours

: Julian Rees

Singer of the day: LOIS LANE








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