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: Graham Knight

The Sunday Show Producer David Bellinger

Contributors

Producer: David Bellinger

: Colin Semper

Good Morning Sunday The nation's top ten hymns, with the Huddersfield
Choral Society and the BBC
Choirgirl of the Year. Including at 7.40
Canon John Oates. Producer Michael Wakelin

Contributors

Unknown: Canon John Oates.
Producer: Michael Wakelin

: Richard Baker

with Melodies for You
BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Barry Wordsworth. Producer John Langridge

Contributors

Conducted By: Barry Wordsworth.
Producer: John Langridge

: Desmond Carrington

Radio 2 All-Time Greats Producer Roy Oakshott

Contributors

Producer: Roy Oakshott

: Benny Green

Producer Barbara Page

: Alan Dell

with Sounds Easy Producer Roy Oakshott

Contributors

Producer: Roy Oakshott

: Victor Silvester Orchestra

directed by Victor Silvester Jr.
With music for dancing. Producer Ray Harvey

Contributors

Directed By: Victor Silvester Jr.
Producer: Ray Harvey

: Sing Something Simple

Cliff Adams Singers
Jack Emblow Quartet. Producer Roger Bowman

Contributors

Singers: Cliff Adams
Singers: Jack Emblow
Producer: Roger Bowman

: Charlie Chester

Sunday Soapbox. Producer David Welsby
0 WRITE to: BBC Pebble Mill, Birmingham 95 7QQ

Contributors

Producer: David Welsby

: Dennis O'Neill

The first of four programmes in which the internationally acclaimed tenor presents a personal selection of music. Producer Mark Owen (R)

Contributors

Producer: Mark Owen

: Duets for Four

Three programmes.
The brother and sister duo Vernon and Maryetta Midgley sing operatic songs, accompanied by virtuoso pianists
Keith Swallow and John Wilson who also play duets.
Producer David Bellinger

Contributors

Unknown: Maryetta Midgley
Unknown: John Wilson
Producer: David Bellinger

: Sunday Half Hour

from St Michael's
Church, Cornhill, in the City of London. Introduced by Ernest Rea.
All People That on Earth Do Dwell (Old Hundredth); Holy Father Cheer Our Way (Vesper); Lead Us
Heavenly Father Lead Us (Mannheim); When All Thy Mercies (Cornhill); Praise to the Lord, the Almighty (Lobe
Den Herren ); Christ Is Made the Sure Foundation
(Westminster Abbey); Bright the Vision
(Redhead 46); God Be in My Head (Walford
Davies); 0 Worship the King (Hanover)

Contributors

Introduced By: Ernest Rea.
Unknown: Den Herren

: Ursula Vaughan Williams

with Your Hundred
Best Tunes
The widow of Ralph Vaughan Williams plays her favourite classical music, including some of her husband's work.
Plus anecdotes from his composing career. Producer Bridget Apps

Contributors

Unknown: Ralph Vaughan Williams
Producer: Bridget Apps

: The Radio 2 Arts Programme: Dylan Thomas: A Celebration

Frank Delaney presents interviews, music and extracts from the poet's work, including the original BBC production of Under Milk Wood and the famous readings of Richard Burton and Dylan Thomas himself.

Contributors

Presenter: Frank Delaney
Producer: Stella Hanson
Producer: Madeleine Cuming

: Colin Berry

with Night Ride
And at 3.00-4.00
A Little Night Music
Including at 1.30, 3.30 Pause for Thought with Rev Roger Royle

Contributors

Unknown: Roger Royle

: Alex Lester

The Early Show








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