2: Springtime at Castle McKay - and the young laird's fancy turns to love. So begins a tale of innocent romance, glamorous gamekeepers, leather, rubber, chains and the Vice Squad.
Producer Neil Cargill
in conversation with John Williams.
Followed at 8.00 by the guitarist in concert. Including the first
European broadcast of Steve Gray 's Concerto for guitar and orchestra.
David Snell conducts the BBC Radio Orchestra, leader Michael Tomalin.
Producer Ray Harvey
The 50th Anniversary of the Gold Disc
Introduced by Helen Shapiro.
Ever since Chattanooga Choo Choo earned
Glenn Miller the first golden record in 1941 the recording industry has been awarding gold discs to top-selling artists.
Johnny Mathis , Barbara Dickson , Ken Dodd , Michael Ball and Chris Barber talk about their awards.
Producer Sonia Beldom
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