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: Graham Knight

The Sunday Show

: Roger Royle

says Good Morning Sunday and welcomes his special guest. Producer MICHAEL WAKELIN

Contributors

Producer: Michael Wakelin

: Melodies for You

Introduced by Richard Baker with the BBC Concert Orchestra led by MARTIN LOVEDAY conducted by Ashley Lawrence Producer JILL ANDERSON

Contributors

Introduced By: Richard Baker
Unknown: Martin Loveday
Conducted By: Ashley Lawrence
Producer: Jill Anderson

: Desmond Carrington

Your Radio 2 AU-Time Greats Producer ROYSTON HERBERT

Contributors

Producer: Royston Herbert

: Denny Green

Producer BARBARA PAGE

Contributors

Producer: Barbara Page

: Alan Dell

with Sounds Easy
Producer ROYSTON HERBERT

Contributors

Producer: Royston Herbert

: Serenade

Nick Curtis sings with the Langham Orchestra conducted by Stanley Black .
Nick's songs include Beautiful Dreamer, Après un reve and The Long and Winding Road. Presented by John Marsh Producer ALAN BOYD

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Curtis
Conducted By: Stanley Black
Presented By: John Marsh
Producer: Alan Boyd

: Sing Something Simple

Cliff Adams Singers
Jack Emblow Quartet Producer JILL ANDERSON
5.00 FM joins Radio 1

Contributors

Singers: Cliff Adams
Producer: Jill Anderson

: Charlie Chester

with your Sunday Soapbox Producer DAVID WELSBY BBC Pebble Mill
Write to: Charlie Chester , Radio 2
BBC Pebble Mill, Birmingham B5 7QQ

Contributors

Unknown: Charlie Chester

: The Good Human Guide

A sketchy look at life with Phil Nice, Maxine Ostwald
Arthur Smith , Neil Mullarkey and Jo Unwin
Written by PHIL NICE , ARTHUR SMITH IAN BROWN. JOHN DOWIE
JAMES HENDRIE , ANDREA SOLOMONS MARK STEEL, MALCOLM WILLIAMSON and others
Producer PAUL SPENCER (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Maxine Ostwald
Unknown: Arthur Smith
Unknown: Neil Mullarkey
Unknown: Jo Unwin
Written By: Phil Nice
Written By: Arthur Smith
Written By: Ian Brown.
Written By: John Dowie
Unknown: James Hendrie
Unknown: Malcolm Williamson
Producer: Paul Spencer

: Operetta Nights

Nigel Douglas with some of his favourite music from the world of operetta.
Producer JOHN LANGRIDGE

Contributors

Unknown: Nigel Douglas
Producer: John Langridge

: Sunday Half-Hour

from the United Church, Trowbridge, Wiltshire
Introduced by Colin Evans
Hymns: What shall our greeting be (Moscow); God who spoke in the beginning (Neander); All my hope on God is founded (Michael); The Church's one foundation (Aurelia); I am the Vine; It is a thing most wonderful (Herongate);
Almighty Father who dost give (Vermont); Jesus is Lord (Jesus is Lord); Saviour again to thy dear name we raise (Ellers)
Musical Director MADGE NORRIS Organist DOUGLAS NORRIS BBC Bristol

Contributors

Introduced By: Colin Evans
Organist: Madge Norris

: Your Hundred Best Tunes

Introduced by Alan Keith Producer ALAN OWEN

Contributors

Introduced By: Alan Keith
Producer: Alan Owen

: Songs from the Shows

recalled by the BBC Radio Orchestra led by MICHAEL TOMALIN conducted by Burt Rhodes Guest singers Joan Savage and Michael Remick
Presented by Richard Clegg Producer JOHN LANGRIDGE

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Tomalin
Conducted By: Burt Rhodes
Singers: Joan Savage
Singers: Michael Remick
Presented By: Richard Clegg
Producer: John Langridge

: Stanley Black

... at the piano
Producer JOHN LANGRIDGE
(Re-broadcast on Friday at 8.45pm)

Contributors

Producer: John Langridge

: Peter Clayton

with Sounds of Jazz, including Tony Russell 's week.
After midnight, John Brown 's Bodies recorded at the Opera House, Wakefield.
Producer KEITH STEWART
12.00 FM rejoins Radio 2

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Russell
Unknown: John Brown
Producer: Keith Stewart

: Alan Dedicoat

presents Nightride

: Colin Berry

The Early Show








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