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: Ray Moore

: Derek Jameson

: Ken Bruce

: Michael Aspel

plus today, your legal problems answered by Andrew Phillips

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Phillips

: David Jacobs

: David Hamilton

: John Dunn

While you read this you're shrinking. During the course of a day you lose about half an inch. It shouldn't affect your hearing and might help you get in through the cat-flap if you forget your keys. And John? He's given up - 6'61 " or 6' 7", he still bumps his head in doorways.
And the final Friday thought:
'They found out he wasn't fitted for the job so he was carpeted.' Producers PHIL HUGHES
CAROLYN SMYTH and ANDY WILSON including at 6.45 on MWonly
Sport and Classified Results

Contributors

Producers: Phil Hughes
Unknown: Carolyn Smyth
Unknown: Andy Wilson

: Hubert Gregg

says Thanks for the Memory Producer PETER HOARE

Contributors

Producer: Peter Hoare

: Friday Night is Music Night

from Jersey
Kenneth Alwyn conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra leader MARTIN LOVEDAY
Friday Night's Star Singers Gillian Humphreys Ryland Davies and special guest Joan Savage
Recorded at the Opera House, St Helier, Friday Night's two-yearly visit to the Channel Isles pays tribute to a victory at sea, remembers a remarkable experiment in turning a flower girl into a lady, recreates some of the magical moments from one of the cinema's great musicals without getting wet, and enjoys the music of Eric Coates and Edvard Grieg. Introduced by Robin Boyle Producer BARRY KNIGHT
8.20-8.40* Interval
Benny Green tries to discover what makes a 'show-stopper'.

Contributors

Leader: Martin Loveday
Singers: Gillian Humphreys
Singers: Ryland Davies
Unknown: Eric Coates
Unknown: Edvard Grieg.
Introduced By: Robin Boyle
Producer: Barry Knight

: The Organist Entertains

Nigel Ogden introduces music, news and views from the popular organ world. Producer PETER PILBEAM BBC Manchester
9.55 Sports Desk
10.0 VHF/FM joins Radio 1

Contributors

Introduces: Nigel Ogden
Producer: Peter Pilbeam

: Niall Murray Sings

With the LANGHAM ORCHESTRA

: Bernie Clifton's Comedy Shop

starring Bernie Clifton with Pat Mooney Tony Peers
Caroline Turner including this week's guest: an Arab who has no teeth so he speaks in gum arabic!
Music by BRIAN FITZGERALD and BOB GILL
Producer MIKE CRAIG

Contributors

Unknown: Bernie Clifton
Unknown: Pat Mooney
Unknown: Tony Peers
Unknown: Caroline Turner
Music By: Brian Fitzgerald
Producer: Mike Craig

: Angela Rippon

at the Royal Bath and West Show, Shepton Mallet As the West Country's 'finest agricultural show' beds down for the night, Angela tries her hand at some of the exhibits, knocks on a few sleepy caravan doors, and tries to find an Old Spot and a British Alpine.
There are all the usual items too, including advice on new records from Richard Lewis , the paperback review and the Headline Competition.
Listen in - but don't forget the wellies.
Producer STUART HOBDAY BBC Bristol
12.0 VHF/FM rejoins Radio 2

Contributors

Unknown: Shepton Mallet
Unknown: Richard Lewis
Producer: Stuart Hobday

: Nick Page

presents Nightride

: Susie Mathis

The Weekend Early Show Singer of the day: BILL TORRANCE
Producers MEL HOUSE. GRAHAM PASS








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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.

Through the listings, you will also be able to use the Genome search function to find thousands of radio and TV programmes that are already available to view or listen to on the BBC website.

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