The Saturday Show including at
7.45 Down to Earth with Alan Titchmarsh Producer DAVID BELLINGER BBC Pebble Mill
Producer ALAN OWEN
The Barron Knights were regular visitors to the charts during the 60s with songs like Call Up the Groups and Pop Go the Workers.
Today two members of the group, Pete Langford and Butch Baker , look back and play their selection of music. Producer TRAVIS BAXTER BBC Bristol
The wireless wordsmith returns to radio for a regular Saturday show with a very tasty menu and a mouth-watering selection of entertaining ingredients. So why wait until tomorrow? Get your colour supplement today, you'll just love it!
Producer GEOFF MULLIN
Mike Hollingworth ventures into the BBC Gramophone
Library to find out about the countless treasures of the world's finest collection of recordings. Helping with his explorations is the head librarian, Derek Lewis. Producer TIM MCDONALD
Ken Dodd 's travelling theatre company sets off on another Tickle Tour.
Appearing at 'Chads' Theatre, Cheadle Hulme, with Ken are Colin Edwynn, Michael McClain, Sybie Jones, Jennifer Stanton and Adam Daye.
It's SCOTLAND V ENGLAND competing in the first semi-final. Questionmaster Paul McDowell referees a match between Ron Atkinson , with his team from Adlington Cricket Club and Andy Irvine , who captains
Hyndland Secondary School. Producer CAROLINE ELUOT
Presented by Rita Grade-Freeman 4: Seasons in the Sun Producer CHRIS MORGAN
Ken Bruce challenges members of the public to make the right choice: A, B, or C. A bundle of questions and a hamper of prizes will be on display - don't miss it! Devised and complied by NEVILLE TELLER
Producer MARK ROBSON
celebrating 100 years of the brass band movement's own newspaper.
Roy Castle introduces highlights recorded in the Free Trade Hall, Manchester, last Saturday, featuring star soloists and Willie Lang Maurice Murphy James Shepherd and Philip McCann (cornets) Robert and Nicholas Childs (euphoniums)
The massed bands of: Besses O' Th' Barn
IMI Yorkshire Imperial
John Foster Black Dyke Mills Conducted by Harry Mortimer Producer JAMES LANGLEY BBC Manchester
(Presented by British Bandsman in association with British Coal)
It's the Sound Isn't It!
Brass band personalities talk about the unique British sound that's reached the rest of the world.
Producer DENIS CARR BBC Manchester
The Strings of the BBC Radio Orchestra led by MICHAEL TOMAUN , are in a dreamy mood this week with guest conductor John Fox. Presented by Nick Page Producer MADELEINE CUMING
'Please lock me away.' Producer MARK RADCUFFE BBC Manchester
The best of British and American solo guests combine their talents with the Metropole Orchestra of Holland in this series of BBC/Dutch Radio co-productions. Featuring among others this week:
Norma Winstone , Sandra King , Georgie Fame , Lee Gibson ,
Nick Curtis. Al Cohn (tenor sax) Alan Downey (trumpet)
Introduced by Sheila Tracy Producer ROBIN SEDGLEY
Music and company, to speed away the dark hours
Producers PAM COX, ROGER BOWMAN and GRAHAM BELCHERE