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: Chris Stuart

: Derek Jameson

with a guest who has hit the headlines this week.

: Pause for Thought

with Fr Brian D'Arcy

Contributors

Unknown: Fr Brian D'Arcy

: Katie Boyle

: Jimmy Young

talks to the people who make the news.
Plus today: your legal questions answered.

: David Jacobs

: Max Bygraves

Your last chance to join Max Bygraves for his favourite stories and music.

Contributors

Unknown: Max Bygraves

: John Dunn

: Mind Your Own Business!

Six comedy adventures. 2: Ladies Who Do
When the job of cleaning the Brightco building is given to private contractors, a dust-up is inevitable.
Written by Andrew Palmer Producer Edward Taylor (R)

Contributors

Written By: Andrew Palmer
Producer: Edward Taylor
Jimmy Bright: Bernard Cribbins
Russell Farrow: Frank Thornton
Nan Forbes: Annette Crosbie
Ethel: Pat Coombs
Pepper: Kenneth Connor
Sue Plant: Annee Blott

: A Tribute to Sidney Torch

(1908-90)
Incorporating the programme saluting his 75th birthday.
With Cynthia Glover , Joan Savage , John Lawrenson , William Davies and Robert Docker (pianos), the John McCarthy
Singers, and the Band of the Scots Guards conducted by Major Brian Hicks.
BBC Concert Orchestra led by John Bradbury conducted by lain Sutherland.
Presented by Robin Boyle.
Producer Barry Knight

Contributors

Unknown: Cynthia Glover
Unknown: Joan Savage
Unknown: John Lawrenson
Unknown: William Davies
Pianos: Robert Docker
Singers: John McCarthy
Conducted By: Major Brian Hicks.
Unknown: John Bradbury
Presented By: Robin Boyle.
Producer: Barry Knight

: Fine Arts Brass

The chamber ensemble play music from the lighter side of their repertoire.
Producer Richard Edis (R)

Contributors

Producer: Richard Edis

: Listen to the Band

Roy Newsome presents the Marple Band, conducted by Gary Cutt. Producer Bob McDowall

Contributors

Unknown: Roy Newsome
Conducted By: Gary Cutt.
Producer: Bob McDowall

: Radio 2 Arts Programme

Including the autumn season at the Bristol
Old Vic, the Cheltenham Literary Festival and Wildscreen 90.
Sean Street takes a new look at Thomas Hardy , and Tony Staveacre talks about the Bournemouth
Symphony Orchestra. Plus: who was
Princess Caraboo?
Presented by Angela Rippon.
Producer Stuart Hobday

Contributors

Unknown: Sean Street
Unknown: Thomas Hardy
Talks: Tony Staveacre
Presented By: Angela Rippon.
Producer: Stuart Hobday

: Jazz Parade

with Seven-O-Six, recorded in the Birmingham studios, presented by Digby Fairweather. Producers Terry Carter and David Corser

Contributors

Presented By: Digby Fairweather.
Producers: Terry Carter
Producers: David Corser

: It's a Funny Business

Tonight's interview is with Jack Warner , recorded in 1977. He remembers his days in Dixon of Dock Green, Garrison Theatre and The Huggetts. (Before that, his ambition was to become a racing driver!) (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Warner

: Ellis Hill

with Night Ride
And at 3.00-4.00
A Little Night Music
Including at 1.30, 3.30 Pause for Thought with Dr Gerry Murphy

Contributors

Unknown: Dr Gerry Murphy

: Dave Bussey

The Early Show








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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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