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: Brian Hayes

Good Morning UK!
A daily briefing of news, strategic travel and sport. as well as the music of your lifetime. More snap, no cackle and lots of popular hits.
Producers Phil Hughes ,
Geoff Mullin and Bridget Apps
9.15 Pause For Thought with Captain Charles King (Director of Media
Relations, Salvation Army Headquarters).

Contributors

Producers: Phil Hughes
Unknown: Geoff Mullin
Unknown: Bridget Apps
Unknown: Captain Charles King

: Ken Bruce

Including at 10.00 an hour of real gold with Ken's Pick of the Hits

: Jimmy Young

Producers Trevor Aston.
Paul Newman and John Gurnett

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Newman
Unknown: John Gurnett

: Gloria Hunniford

Producers Richard Masters,
Alison Tuohy and Denis O'Keeffe

Contributors

Unknown: Alison Tuohy
Unknown: Denis O'Keeffe

: Ed Stewart

Producer Alan Roberts

Contributors

Producer: Alan Roberts

: John Dunn

Producers Colin Martin,
Flick Roskrow and Fiona Baily

Contributors

Unknown: Flick Roskrow
Unknown: Fiona Baily

: The Pasadenas' Almanac

Featuring the Pasadena Roof Orchestra with vocalist Duncan Galloway. Also starring
June Whitfield , Jeffrey Holland and Chris Emmett. Join the Pasadena Roof Orchestra on their musical excursion through great moments in 20th-century history. This week, Agatha Christie is missing in The Mysterious Affair at Harrogate. Producer Richard Wilson

Contributors

Unknown: Duncan Galloway.
Unknown: June Whitfield
Unknown: Jeffrey Holland
Unknown: Chris Emmett.
Unknown: Agatha Christie
Producer: Richard Wilson

: Barbershop Style

For the last programme in the series, Graham Knight visits Harmony College, a national Barbershop summer school held in the Midlands.
Producer Jane Ward

Contributors

Unknown: Graham Knight
Producer: Jane Ward

: Thicker Than Water

The third programme of the series in which
Sarah Kennedy probes two related celebrities to find out if blood really is thicker than water when it comes to musical taste.
This week: Paul Daniels and son Martin Daniels.
The result is sheer magic! Producer Rebecca Nicholson

Contributors

Unknown: Sarah Kennedy
Unknown: Paul Daniels
Unknown: Martin Daniels.
Producer: Rebecca Nicholson

: At The Console

In the third of six programmes featuring the country's top organ and keyboard players,
Simon Gledhill plays his selection of melodies at the console of the Compton organ at
Wyton House, Huntingdon. Introduced by Nigel Ogden. Producer Pete Johnson

Contributors

Unknown: Simon Gledhill
Introduced By: Nigel Ogden.
Producer: Pete Johnson

: Let's Twist Again

Thirty years ago, it changed the way we danced for good.
Chubby Checker remarks "It's like the electric light, which goes on forever". Louise Bruce tells the story and plays the song connected with this famous social or antisocial dance. With comments from: Chubby Checker, Lionel Blair, Victor Silvester Jr and Sir James Savile.

Contributors

Presenter: Louise Bruce
Unknown: Lionel Blair
Unknown: Victor Silvester Jr
Unknown: Sir James Savile.
Producer: Keith Loxam

: Radio 2 Concert Bandstand

The first in a series of four programmes.
Frank Fenton introduces music for wind bands on record, including performances by Frederick Fennell.
Producer Ray Harvey

Contributors

Introduces: Frank Fenton
Unknown: Frederick Fennell.
Producer: Ray Harvey

: The Jamesons

: Jazz Parade

Digby Fairweather takes a look around the current jazz scene.

Contributors

Unknown: Digby Fairweather

: Alan Dedicoat

with Night Ride
And from 3.00-4.00
A Little Night Music
Including at 1.30, 3.30 Pause for Thought with the Rev Kate Powell.

Contributors

Unknown: Kate Powell.

: Alex Lester

The Early Show eases your way from night to day.
6.15 Pause For Thought with Joanna Bogle.

Contributors

Unknown: Joanna Bogle.








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