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: Graham Knight

The Saturday Show featuring your personal New Year dedications.
Including at 7.45 Down to Earth with Alan Titchmarsh. Producer DAVID CORSER BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Titchmarsh.

: David Jacobs

Producer ANTHONY CHERRY

Contributors

Producer: Anthony Cherry

: Sounds of the 80s

with Simon Dee
Crumblies rule, OK?
Producer STUART HOBDAY BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Simon Dee
Producer: Stuart Hobday

: Anne Robinson

Producer GEOFF MULLIN

Contributors

Producer: Geoff Mullin

: Gerald Harper

Producer ROGER BOWMAN
1.00 FM joins Radio 1

Contributors

Producer: Roger Bowman

: Inman and Friends

Comedy with John Inman

Contributors

Unknown: John Inman

: Sport on 2

see panel

: Cinema 2

Charles Nove presents the best of 1988. Written by ROY PICKARD Producer LISSA EVANS

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Nove
Written By: Roy Pickard
Producer: Lissa Evans

: That's Show Business

Rita Grade-Freeman presents the first of six programmes. Producer CHRIS MORGAN (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Rita Grade-Freeman
Producer: Chris Morgan

: Beat the Record

with Keith Fordyce Devised by DON DAVIS
Producer SONIA BELDOM

Contributors

Unknown: Keith Fordyce
Unknown: Don Davis
Producer: Sonia Beldom

: The Brentwood Pops

Stanley Black conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra led by MARTIN LOVEDAY with Peter Katin (piano).
Recorded in the newly-opened Brentwood Centre in Essex, the concert features popular classics and, of course, the pops themselves.
Introduced by Alex Lester who talks, during the two short intervals, to Geoffrey Jennings about the Brentwood Centre, and to Stanley Black about the traditions of the original Boston Pops concerts. Producer JOHN LANGRIDGE
(Presented in association with Bren twood District Council)

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Loveday
Piano: Peter Katin
Introduced By: Alex Lester
Unknown: Geoffrey Jennings
Producer: John Langridge

: String Sound

The Strings of the BBC Radio Orchestra led by MICHAEL TOMAUN conducted by Ian Sutherland Presented by Bill Rennells Producer ROBIN SEDGLEY

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Tomaun
Conducted By: Ian Sutherland
Presented By: Bill Rennells
Producer: Robin Sedgley

: Farewell to the Spinners

with Tony Davis , Mick Groves Cliff Hall , Hugh Jones and 'Count' John McCormick (bass). Joining them are old friends
Redd Sullivan , Jacqui McDonald Brian Lemon (piano) and Tony Carr (drums).
Producer JOHN FAWCETT WILSON (R) revised

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Davis
Unknown: Mick Groves
Unknown: Cliff Hall
Unknown: Hugh Jones
Bass: John McCormick
Unknown: Redd Sullivan
Unknown: Jacqui McDonald
Piano: Brian Lemon
Piano: Tony Carr
Producer: John Fawcett Wilson

: Roger Royle

I said to the man that stood at the gate of the year, give me a light that I may tread safely into the unknown. M. L. HASKINS Roger supplies the music to enable us to slip effortlessly into 1989. With a little help from a few friends. Producer PAUL WALTERS including Big Ben at Midnight

Contributors

Unknown: M. L. Haskins
Producer: Paul Walters

: Alan Dedicoat

presents Nightride

: Alan Dedicoat

presents Nightride








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