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: Graham Knight

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


Unknown: Alan Titchmarsh
Producer: David Bellinger

: David Jacobs



Producer: Anthony Cherry

: Sounds of the 60s

Simon Dee hears a noise
With ANTHONY NEWLEY , gets uptight with STEVIE WONDER, goes on vacation with CONNE FRANCIS and finds himself coming home With DELANEY AND BONNIE. Producer STUART HOBDAY BBC Bristol


Unknown: Simon Dee
Unknown: Anthony Newley
Unknown: Conne Francis
Producer: Stuart Hobday

: Michael Aspel



Producer: Geoff Mullin

: Gerald Harper

Write to: Gerald Harper , Radio 2, BBC, London WIA 4WW
1.00 FM joins Radio 1


Producer: Roger Bowman
Unknown: Gerald Harper

: The News Huddlines

with Roy Hudd


Unknown: Roy Hudd

: Cup Final Sport on 2

see panel

: Do Bop She Bop

In this second programme tracing vocal harmony in pop music, Harvey Brough takes a voyage from gospel to soul.
Louis Armstrong , Ray Charles and Aretha Franklin are among those who made the transition; Harv's come up with others you may not have thought of. Producer NICK BARRACLOUGH


Music: Harvey Brough
Unknown: Louis Armstrong
Unknown: Ray Charles
Unknown: Aretha Franklin
Producer: Nick Barraclough

: Ackers Away

The last performance in the current series featuring juggling by Mr Acker Bilk and His Paramount Jazz Band and mime by Fred Wedlock.
Recorded before an audience imprisoned at the Town Hall, Chipping Sodbury.
Written by FRED WEDLOCK Producer STUART HOBDAY BBC Bristol


Unknown: Mr Acker Bilk
Unknown: Fred Wedlock.
Written By: Fred Wedlock
Producer: Stuart Hobday

: Pop Score

Trivia fact: Lonnie Donegan 's Cumberland Gap is about a motorway service station that sold nice sausages.
Join chairman Ken Bruce for the original pop music quiz.
Team captains Helen Shapiro and Paul Jones with guests Robbie Vincent and Noddy Holder
Compiled by PHIL SWERN and producer MARK ROBSON
7.30 FM rejoins Radio 2


Unknown: Lonnie Donegan
Unknown: Ken Bruce
Unknown: Helen Shapiro
Unknown: Paul Jones
Unknown: Robbie Vincent
Producer: Mark Robson

: Jersey Night Out

Continuing Radio 2's visit to
Jersey, a double-bill introduced by Ken Bruce.
At 7.30 Variety Gala Concert direct from the Opera House, St Helier BBC Concert Orchestra led by MARTIN LOVEDAY conducted by Neil Richardson featuring Joan Savage and Stuart Gillies with guest conductor Robert Farnon and starring Max Bygraves At the piano Bob Dixon
A musical pot-pourri with some surprises!
Producer MEL HOUSE
(Given in association with the States of Jersey Tourism Committee)
8.20-8.40* During the interval, the Gordon Langford Trio recorded at the Atlantic Hotel, Jersey, earlier this week. And at 9.30* Ken Bruce at the Golden Apple Hotel Music, comedy and guest celebrities direct from the Pomme d'Or Hotel, St Helier, including Incantation, the Froggits, the New Cambridge
Buskers, Diane Cousins and the Jersey Big Band


Introduced By: Ken Bruce.
Unknown: Martin Loveday
Conducted By: Neil Richardson
Unknown: Joan Savage
Unknown: Stuart Gillies
Conductor: Robert Farnon
Unknown: Max Bygraves
Piano: Bob Dixon
Unknown: Gordon Langford Trio
Unknown: Ken Bruce
Unknown: Diane Cousins
Producer: Carolyn Smyth

: Night Owls

Dave Gelly offers you a weekend punchbowl. Producer BARBARA PAGE


Unknown: Dave Gelly

: David Bellan

presents Nightride Producers MEL HOUSE


Unknown: Alison Tuohy

: A Little Night Music


: Dave Bussey

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