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: Steve Truelove

The Sunday Show

: Roger Royle

says Good Morning Sunday and talks to Noel Tredinnick , musical director and arranger, who conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra for some of your best loved hymns. Including at 7.45 Bishop Jim Thompson Producers
TONY WILLS and JOHN FORREST

Contributors

Unknown: Noel Tredinnick
Unknown: Jim Thompson

: Melodies For You

Introduced by Richard Baker featuring the NOS Radio Symphony Orchestra of Hilversum conductor Jan Stulen
Malcolm Messiter (oboe) Producer JOHN MELOY

Contributors

Introduced By: Richard Baker
Conductor: Jan Stulen
Oboe: Malcolm Messiter
Producer: John Meloy

: Desmond Carrington

Your Radio 2 All-time Greats Producer ROYSTON HERBERT

Contributors

Producer: Royston Herbert

: Stuart Hall's Sunday Sport

Stuart's in London and Simon Taylor is in Monte Carlo for the Monaco Grand Prix.
Also on the starting grid: the London Standard Four-stars Pro-Celebrity Golf from Moor Park; the French Tennis Open from Paris; Refuge Assurance
League cricket; the Nations Cup from Hickstead; and Speedway. Producers
EMILY MCMAHON and GEOFF MUIXIN

Contributors

Unknown: Simon Taylor
Unknown: Emily McMahon
Unknown: Geoff Muixin

: Benny Green

Producer BARBARA PAGE

: Alan Dell

with Sounds Easy Producer ROYSTON HERBERT

Contributors

Producer: Royston Herbert

: Just William

William Davies with the Langham Orchestra leader RAYMOND COHEN Producer CHARLES CLARK-MAXWELL

Contributors

Unknown: William Davies
Leader: Langham Orchestra
Leader: Raymond Cohen
Producer: Charles Clark-Maxwell

: Sing Something Simple

Cliff Adams Singers Jack Emblow Quartet Producer TIM MCDONALD (R)

Contributors

Singers: Cliff Adams

: Charlie Chester

with your Sunday Soapbox Producer DAVID WELSBY BBC Pebble Mill
Write to: Charlie Chester , Radio 2,
BBC Pebble Mill, Birmingham B5 7QQ Telephone calls received during the programme on [number removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Charlie Chester

: Ian Wallace

presents
Your Country Needs You Producer MONICA COCKBURN

: Sunday Half-hour

from Bitteme Parish Church, Hampshire
Introduced by James Jones
Crown him with many crowns
(HFTC 174); Christ above all glory seated (H&P 189); The Saviour when to heaven he rose (H&P 211); Rejoice the Lord is king
(HFTC 180); Love is his word (HFTC 481); Jesus is Lord - creation's voice (HFTC S17); All hail the power of Jesus' name (HFTC 203); To Christ the prince of peace
(A&MR 198); Look you samts the sight is glorious (HFTC 179) BBCBristol

Contributors

Introduced By: James Jones

: Your Hundred Best Tunes

Introduced by Alan Keith Producer ALAN OWEN

Contributors

Introduced By: Alan Keith
Producer: Alan Owen

: Songs from the Shows

BBC Radio Orchestra leader MICHAEL TOMALIN conducted by Peter Murray This week's special guest singers are Wendy Eathorne and Michael Goldthorpe
Presented by Richard Clegg Producer TIM MCDONALD

Contributors

Leader: Michael Tomalin
Conducted By: Peter Murray
Unknown: Wendy Eathorne
Unknown: Michael Goldthorpe
Presented By: Richard Clegg
Producer: Tim McDonald

: Jazz Score

from Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich Chairman Benny Green with Al Cohn , Alan Elsdon ,
Yank Lawson , Mundell Lowe Research and questions by ROY PELLETT
Producer RICHARD WlLLCOX

Contributors

Unknown: Benny Green
Unknown: Al Cohn
Unknown: Alan Elsdon
Unknown: Yank Lawson
Unknown: Roy Pellett
Producer: Richard Wlllcox

: Sounds of Jazz

with Tony Russell. After midnight, the Tim Whitehead Band and Itchy Fingers Producer KEITH STEWART

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Russell.
Unknown: Tim Whitehead
Producer: Keith Stewart

: Steve Madden

presents Nightride

: A Little Night Music

MW joins at 3.3V

: Colin Berry

The Early Show








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