Richard Stilgoe returns with the off-beat musical quiz which takes a tuneful meander through everything from pop to rock and jazz to classical. Team captains Rod Argent and Kate Robbins are joined this week by Phil Pope and Neil Innes. Written by Jeremy Pascall and Phil Swem. Producer Andy Aliffe
from the Hippodrome,
Golders Green, London.
Barry Wordsworth conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra, led by Martin Loveday.
Friday Night's Star Singers are Sarah Pring and Adrian Clarke , with Serenata
Voices, directed by David Beavan , and Ileana Ruhemann (flute) and Julian Byzantine (guitar).
Introduced by Robin Boyle. Producer Alan Boyd
ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
John Nettles reads a ten-part adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson 's classic adventure story.
Part 1: A stranger arrives at the Admiral Benbow Inn ... Adapted by Trevor Royle Producer Bruce Young
First broadcast on Radio Scotland
Frank Renton presents session guests the Loughborough-based
William Davis Construction
Group Band, conducted by Keith Wilkinson , with a concert set featuring European Champions
Williams-Fairey Band and Enfield CitadellSand of the Salvation Army, recorded at Regent Hall in London. Producer Bob McDowall
In tonight's programme from Manchester, Martin Kelner looks at the city and asks if it is really the Manhattan of the North.
Plus the lost history of Manchester's cabaret circuit; and the Royal Exchange's production of Charley's Aunt, given a new look by cabaret expert Emil Wolk. It stars Peta Lily and features the work of tumbling expert Johnny Hutch.
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