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: Barbara Sturgeon

The Saturday Show

: Brian Matthew

Sounds of the 60s
Producer Denis O'Keeffe


Producer: Denis O'Keeffe

: Anne Robinson

Producer Ruth Cubbin


Producer: Ruth Cubbin

: Nick Barraclough's New Country

The best in country releases. A Smooth Operations production

: Comedy Hour

I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again
Producers David Hatch and Peter Titheradge and at 1.30:
Pull the Other One


Producers: David Hatch
Producers: Peter Titheradge

: Ronnie Hilton

Sounds of the 50s

: Steve Race

Colin Anthony with the BBC Big Band directed by Barry Forgie , with Angela Christian. On record, The Hi-Los.
Producer Maura Clarke


Unknown: Colin Anthony
Directed By: Barry Forgie
Unknown: Angela Christian.
Producer: Maura Clarke

: The Album in Memoriam

Forty-Four Years at
Thirty-Three and a Third A musical celebration of the long-playing record, soon to become virtually extinct in high street stores. Artists like
Cliff Richard pay affectionate tribute to the LP, while
Peter Jones delivers 33 Vs fascinating facts. Producer Trevor Aston


Unknown: Cliff Richard
Unknown: Peter Jones
Producer: Trevor Aston

: Cinema 2

with Chris Stuart.
Producer Liz Anstee


Unknown: Chris Stuart.
Producer: Liz Anstee

: The Great Musicals

In the final programme,
Gordon Clyde tells the story of Annie Get Your Gun. Producer Bridget Apps


Unknown: Gordon Clyde
Producer: Bridget Apps

: 60s Spectacular

The sounds of Gerry and the Pacemakers, Tommy Roe and Bobby Vee.
Introduced by John Sachs. Producer Philip Whitaker


Unknown: Tommy Roe
Unknown: Bobby Vee.
Introduced By: John Sachs.
Producer: Philip Whitaker

: Behind the Hits

Presented by Paul Jones. Producer Dave Shannon


Presented By: Paul Jones.
Producer: Dave Shannon

: Salute to Lord Cheshire

An international gala concert, recorded at Symphony Hall in Birmingham, in celebration of the life and work of the late Group Captain Lord Cheshire of Woodhall.
Featuring the Central Band of the Royal Air Force, the BBC Concert Orchestra and the BBC Big Band, conducted by Stanley Black and Wing Cmdr Barrie
Hingley. With Humphrey Lyttelton and His Band and members of the Glenn Miller Band. A tribute is read by Robert Hardy.
Presented by Richard Baker. Producer Tim McDonald
(Given in association with The Leonard Cheshire Foundation)
8.20 Chris Stuart talks to
James Stanford , director general of the Cheshire Foundation.
Producer Mel House


Conducted By: Stanley Black
Unknown: Cmdr Barrie
Unknown: Humphrey Lyttelton
Unknown: Glenn Miller Band.
Read By: Robert Hardy.
Presented By: Richard Baker.
Producer: Tim McDonald
Talks: Chris Stuart
Unknown: James Stanford

: Radio 2 Arts Programme

with Sheridan Morley. Producers Stella Hanson and Madeleine Cuming


Unknown: Sheridan Morley.
Producers: Stella Hanson
Producers: Madeleine Cuming

: Ronnie Hilton

Sounds of the 50s
Producer Pete Johnson


Producer: Pete Johnson

: John Terrett

with Night Ride
Including at 2.00-3.00
Nightclub featuring The Fureys in concert.
Concert producer David Bellinger
Including at 1.30, 3.30 Pause for Thought with James Whitbourn.


Producer: David Bellinger
Unknown: James Whitbourn.

: Barbara Sturgeon

The Sunday Show Producer Jane Ward


Producer: Jane Ward

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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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