Fings Ain't Wot They Used to Be. but the music lives on. Today Max Bygraves remembers the records of the 60s when he plays hits from a selection of artists including SAM COOKE. the SEEKERS and the FOUR TOPS.
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The Ashbrooke Club in Sunderland plays host as the last three challengers, Graham Dawes , George Thomson and Ian McNeill , vie for a semi-final place.
Questionmaster Peter Jones Referee CHRIS RHYS
Producer JOANNE WATSON
recorded at the Royal Festival Hall. London.
Synthesiser and keyboard wizard Rick Wakeman introduces a gala concert of his own compositions, with music from Journey to the Centre of the Earth, The Six Wives of Henry VIII , The Myths and Legends of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table and his newest work. The Gospels, among others. The BBC Radio Orchestra led by MICHAEL TOMALIN conducted by Neil Richardson with the Neil Richardson Singers and special guest artists Ramon Remedios and Ashley Holt (vocalists)
Tony Fernandez (drums) David Paton (bass guitar) Producer TIM MCDONALD
(Given in association with Raymond CubbayLtd )
Tonight's interval music is provided by the Light Brigade and Eric Hill (guitar)
Producer JOHN LANGRIDGE
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