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: Graham Knight

The Sunday Show Producer David Bellinger

Contributors

Producer: David Bellinger

: Colin Semper

Good Morning Sunday with his special guest, sitar player Ravi Shankar. Including at 7.40 the Rt Rev Jim Thompson.
Producer John Newbury

Contributors

Unknown: Ravi Shankar.
Unknown: Jim Thompson.
Producer: John Newbury

: Richard Baker

with Melodies for You
BBC Concert Orchestra, led by Martin Loveday , conducted by Julian Clayton.
Producer John Langridge

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Loveday
Conducted By: Julian Clayton.
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 Ray Harvey

Contributors

Producer: Ray Harvey

: Marking Time

The fourth of six programmes about life between the wars.
Peter Wheeler and Julie Higginson head the cast in an evocation of the events of 1929, while the Gentlemen and Players
Orchestra play the year's 'greatest hits'.
Producer Dave Shannon

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Wheeler
Unknown: Julie Higginson
Producer: Dave Shannon

: Sing Something Simple

Cliff Adams Singers
Jack Emblow Quartet. Producer Ray Harvey

Contributors

Singers: Cliff Adams
Singers: Jack Emblow
Producer: Ray Harvey

: Charlie Chester

Sunday Soapbox
The telephone number during the programme is [number removed].
Producer David Welsby
0 WRITE to: Charlie Chester. BBC, Pebble Mill,
Birmingham 85 7QQ

Contributors

Producer: David Welsby
Unknown: Charlie Chester.

: The World of Jerry Goldsmith

Film music composer
Jerry Goldsmith conducts extracts from his memorable scores, including The Blue Max, Islands in the Stream and The Boys from Brazil. With the National
Philharmonic Orchestra, led by Sydney Sax. Producer John Langridge

Contributors

Unknown: Jerry Goldsmith
Unknown: Sydney Sax.
Producer: John Langridge

: Duets for Four

First of three programmes with singers Vernon and Maryetta Midgley and pianists Keith Swallow and John Wilson.
Producer David Bellinger

Contributors

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

: Sunday Half Hour

from St Magnus Cathedral, Kirkwall, Orkney.
Presented by Dave Pole. Producer Johnston McKay

Contributors

Presented By: Dave Pole.
Producer: Johnston McKay

: Alan Keith

with Your Hundred
Best Tunes
Producer Maura Clarke

Contributors

Producer: Maura Clarke

: Radio 2 Arts Programme

Tenor Fever
Nicholas Kenyon investigates the popularity of the tenor voice. With Jose Carreras and Dennis O'Neill.
Producers Stella Hanson and Madeleine Cuming

Contributors

Unknown: Nicholas Kenyon
Unknown: Dennis O'Neill.
Producers: Stella Hanson
Producers: Madeleine Cuming

: They're Singing Our Song

NEW Sinfield presents an eight-part series of songs about the famous and the infamous, with Michael Kilgarriff reading some of their bons mots.
1: Songs for SwingingStatesmen
Producer Barbara Page

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Kilgarriff
Producer: Barbara Page

: 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 Sue Saville.

Contributors

Unknown: Sue Saville.

: Alex Lester

The Early Show








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