with plenty of spark (Marconi would have approved). Music. guests and your genial host to tap dance backwards for you.
Who said the Mystery Voice was easy? And a final Friday thought to cherish:
'Inflation is a rough ride - hang on for dear life.'
Producers PHIL HUGHES ,
CAROLYN SMYTH and ANDY WILSON including at 6.45 on MWonly
Sport and Classified Results
from the Hippodrome, Golders Green, London
James Lockhart conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra led by hoy GILLARD
Friday Night's Star Singers Anna Bernardin Justin Lavender with The John McCarthy Singers and Robert Docker at the piano Introduced by Robin Boyle
Producer TERRY BLACK
Nigel Ogden introduces music news and views from the popular organ world and this week celebrates the 80th birthday of H. Robinson Cleaver. Producer PETER PILBEAM BBC Manchester
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9.55 Sports Desk
starring Bernie Clifton with Pat Mooney Tony Peers
In this week's show the question is asked 'If Constable was such a great painter, how come he never made sergeant?'
We would also like to point out that Pat Mooney is a member of RADA the Rochdale Amateur Darts Association. Producer MIKE CRAIG BBC Manchester
adopts a more sporting pose for a report from Britain's World Three-day Event team in Australia, and a preview of next week's Cotswold Olympick
Games plus a-maze-ing facts - about mazes.
Advice on new records comes from Richard Lewis , there's the Headline Competition and plenty of great music.
Altogether the best way to bridge the gap between Friday and Saturday.
Producer STUART HOBDAY
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