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: Steve Truelove

The Saturday Show including at
7.45 Down to Earth with Alan Titchmarsh Producer DAVID BELLINGER BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Titchmarsh
Producer: David Bellinger

: David Jacobs

Producer ANTHONY CHERRY

Contributors

Producer: Anthony Cherry

: Sounds of the 60s

Fame came for Roger Greenaway as half of the duo David and Jonathan, a partnership with fellow Bristolian Roger Cook, which evolved into a songwriting team responsible for hits such as You've Got Your Troubles and Something's Gotten Hold of My Heart. Today he looks back at the music of that era.

BBC Bristol

Contributors

Presenter: Roger Greenaway
Producer: Stuart Hobday

: Michael Aspel

Producer GEOFF MULUN

Contributors

Producer: Geoff Mulun

: Album Time

with Peter Clayton
Producer SANDRA BLACK
1.00 VHF/FM joins Radio 1

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Clayton
Producer: Sandra Black

: Sport on 2

see panel

: Brain of Sport 1987

The Wasps RUFC provides the stage as David Beattie , Michael Holley and Barry Williams strive for glory and a place in the semi-finals.
Questionmaster Peter Jones Referee CHRIS RHYS
Producer JOANNE WATSON

Contributors

Unknown: David Beattie
Unknown: Michael Holley
Unknown: Barry Williams
Unknown: Chris Rhys
Producer: Joanne Watson

: The Seven Ages

This week Peter Haigh 's guest is cricket umpire Harold 'Dickie' Bird
Producer DAVID WELSBY BBC Pebble Mill (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Haigh
Producer: David Welsby

: The ABC Quiz

Ken Bruce ends the present series
Devised and compiled by NEVILLE TELLER
Producer MARK ROBSON
7.30 VHF/FM rejoins Radio 2

Contributors

Unknown: Ken Bruce
Unknown: Neville Teller
Producer: Mark Robson

: Invitation to the Dance

direct from the Queen's Hall Theatre, Barnstaple,
David Jacobs introduces a concert of music with terpsichorean associations. The programme includes an excerpt from Swan Lake, the second set of English Dances by Malcolm Arnold , Saint-Saens's Danse Macabre and the Finale of Nigel Brooks 's ballet
Barnstaple Fair, along with music by Faure, Weber, Smetana, Offenbach and Borodin, among others.
Ashley Lawrence conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra led by MARTIN LOVEDAY and the Nigel Brooks Singers Producer TIM MCDONALD
(Given in association with North Devon District Council)
8.20-8.40* Come to the Fair
Ellis Hill discovers the origins and customs of Barnstaple and other fairs.
Producer JOHN LANGRIDGE

Contributors

Introduces: David Jacobs
Unknown: Malcolm Arnold
Unknown: Nigel Brooks
Unknown: Ashley Lawrence
Unknown: Martin Loveday
Singers: Nigel Brooks
Producer: Tim McDonald
Producer: John Langridge

: String Sound

This week the guest conductor of the Strings of the BBC Radio Orchestra, led by MICHAEL TOMAUN , is George French
Presented by Bill RenneUs Producer MADELEINE CUMING

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Tomaun
Presented By: Bill Renneus
Producer: Madeleine Cuming

: Tony Capstick

Producer MARK RADCLIFFE BBC Manchester

Contributors

Producer: Mark Radcliffe

: Night Owls

with Dave Gelly
Producer BARBARA PAGE

Contributors

Unknown: Dave Gelly
Producer: Barbara Page

: Patrick Lunt

presents Nightride
Producers PAM cox. ROGER BOWMAN and GRAHAM BELCHERE

Contributors

Unknown: Roger Bowman
Unknown: Graham Belchere

: A Little Night Music

Producer IAN GRANT

Contributors

Producer: Ian Grant

: Dave Busse,

The Early Show








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