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: Steve Truelove

The Sunday Show

: Roger Royle

says Good Morning Sunday and welcomes his special guest. Producers ANTHONY WILLS and JOHN FORREST


Producers: Anthony Wills

: Melodies For You

Introduced by Richard Baker featuring the BBC Concert Orchestra leader MARTIN LOVEDAY conductor Kenneth Alwyn


Introduced By: Richard Baker
Leader: Martin Loveday
Conductor: Kenneth Alwyn

: Desmond Carrington

Your Radio 2 All-time Greats Producer ROYSTON HERBERT


Producer: Royston Herbert

: Benny Green


: Stuart Hall's Sunday Sport

Stuart celebrates the solstice with Refuge Assurance cricket, first reports from the Detroit Grand Prix and visits to
Hurlingham, where the top tennis players are relaxing before battle commences at Wimbledon.
Music for druids too


Producers: Emily McMahon
Producers: Geoff Mullin

: Alan Dell

with Sounds Easy Producer ROYSTON HERBERT


Producer: Royston Herbert

: Just William

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


Unknown: William Davies
Leader: Raymond Cohen
Producer: Charles Clark Maxwell

: Sing Something Simple

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


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]


Unknown: Charlie Chester

: Ian Wallace

presents Heroes and Villains Producer MONICA COCKBURN

: Sunday Half-hour

from the Parish Church of St James, Great Grimsby
Introduced by Eddie Neale

Hymns (NEH):
Tell out, my soul (186); Morning has broken (237): Help us, O Lord, to learn (370); Bright the vision that delighted (343); At the name of Jesus (338); Hark, my soul! it is the Lord (A&MR 344); All my hope on God is founded (333); Happy are they (369); King of glory, King of peace (391)

BBC Manchester


Presenter: Eddie Neale

: Your Hundred Best Tunes

Introduced by Alan Keith Producer ALAN OWEN


Introduced By: Alan Keith
Producer: Alan Owen

: Songs from the Shows

with the BBC Radio Orchestra leader MICHAEL TOMALIN conducted by Burt Rhodes This week's special guest singers are Mary Carewe and Ted Darling.
Presented by Richard Clegg Producer TIM MCDONALD


Leader: Michael Tomalin
Conducted By: Burt Rhodes
Unknown: Mary Carewe
Unknown: Ted Darling.
Presented By: Richard Clegg
Producer: Tim McDonald

: Jazz Score

This week from the 100 Club, Oxford Street, London Chairman Benny Green with Acker Bilk , Peter Clayton Digby Fairweather and Ronnie Scott
Research and questions by ROY PELLETT


Unknown: Benny Green
Unknown: Acker Bilk
Unknown: Peter Clayton
Unknown: Digby Fairweather
Unknown: Roy Pellett
Producer: Richard Willcox

: Sounds of Jazz

with Tony Russell
After midnight, Brian Leake 's Sweet and Sour, and The Bruce Boardman Band
Producer Keith STEWART


Unknown: Tony Russell
Unknown: Brian Leake
Unknown: Bruce Boardman
Producer: Keith Stewart

: Charles Nove

A Midsummer Night's Ride through some of the islands of the Outer Hebrides and Skye. On this shortest night of the year, Nightride visits one of the most historic and romantic areas of Scotland.

: Colin Berry

The Early Show

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