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: Roger Royle

: Derek Jameson

: Ken Bruce

: Jimmy Young

with Bill Thomas answering listeners' legal queries

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Thomas

: David Jacobs

: Gloria Hunniford and Alan Titchmarsh

A House in a Garden
In the third in a series of special programmes from stately homes around the British Isles, Gloria and Alan visit Powis
Castle, Wales, once the fortress of a dynasty of Welsh princes. Its romantic setting prompted this 1744 quote: 'Powis's grand situation, its charming and magnificent prospects, its extensive woody parks of many hundred acres.... render it one of the first seats in the kingdom.' Join Gloria and Alan today as they discover all that's historical and horticultural at Powis Castle.

: Adrian Love

: John Dunn

including guests, voices, music and, to end the week with a bang, this final thought:
'Inventions can be profitable; the bloke who invented TNT made a bomb.'
Producers PHIL HUGHES MADELEINE CUMING, FLICK ROSKROW including at 6.45 on MW only Sport and Classified Results

Contributors

Producer: Phil Hughes
Producer: Madeleine Cuming

: Teddy Johnson's 78 Show

A nostalgic return to the music that was played on the wind-up gramophone at 78rpm. Producer RAY HARVEY

Contributors

Producer: Ray Harvey

: The Dankworth Band Reunion Concert

From the Barbican, London, the first of four live relays from the Daily Mail LSO Summer Pops Music Director of the Pops John Dankworth
John and his Big Band recall the sounds of the great
Dankworth Bands of the 50s and 60s with special guest artists Frank Holder , Tony Mansell , the original Dankworth Seven and, of course, Cleo Laine. Producer JOHN LANGRIDGE
(In association with the London Symphony Orchestra)
8.20-8.40*
Tim Gudgin introduces interval entertainment with the Laurie Holloway Trio. Producer JOHN LANGRIDGE

Contributors

Unknown: John Dankworth
Artists: Frank Holder
Artists: Tony Mansell
Unknown: Dankworth Seven
Unknown: Cleo Laine.
Producer: John Langridge
Introduces: Tim Gudgin
Producer: John Langridge

: Nigel Ogden

The Organist Entertains with music, news and views from the popular organ world. Producer ROBERT NOAKES BBC Manchester
9.55 Sports Desk
10.00 FM joins Radio 1

: The Golden Years

Compiled and presented by Alan Keith
Producer NICK BARRACLOUGH

Contributors

Presented By: Alan Keith
Producer: Nick Barraclough

: 'Ow Do, 'Ow Are You?

Second programme in a three-part biography of the people's broadcaster, Wilfred Pickles. You can hear highlights from Have a Go! with Wilfred asking his guests 'Are you courtin'?' and 'Have you ever had an embarrassing moment?'.
Narrated by Robert Hudson
Written by STEPHEN WILLIAMS Producer ANDY aliffe (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Wilfred Pickles.
Written By: Stephen Williams

: Mike Hurley

A hurly-burly of north-east talent, live from Newcastle.
With poets Ian McMillan and Martin Wylie , music from Prelude, and some rare BBC commercials. Producer NICK CLARKE BBC North East
12.00 FM rejoins Radio 2

Contributors

Unknown: Ian McMillan
Unknown: Martin Wylie
Producer: Nick Clarke

: Ellis Hill

presents Nightride

: Dave Bussey

with The Early Show
Producers PAM COX, COLIN CHANDLER

Contributors

Unknown: Colin Chandler








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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