Special end-of-term edition. Headmaster Glyn Worsnip straightens his mortarboard as form captains Denise Coffey and Don Maclean help guests Cliff Michelmore and Claire Rayner pack their shorts with exercise books.
Examination set by MICHAEL DINES and PETER HICKEY
Invigilator DIRK MAGGS
7.30 FM rejoins Radio 2
Benny Green introduces a concert to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Performing Right Society.
Ronnie Hazlehurst conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra led by MARTIN LOVEDAY with the Neil Richardson Singers and special guests Dr Malcolm Arnold
Vivien Ellis , Mike Batt
George Martin , Don Black Les Reed and Tim Rice Producer MEL HOUSE
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