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: Sujata Barot

with the Saturday Show

: Brian Matthew

with Sounds of the 60s

: Judi Spiers

A Rewind production

: Hayes on Saturday

Producer Flick Roskrow

Contributors

Producer: Flick Roskrow

: The Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise Show

A series of five programmes written and adapted by Eddie Braben from the original 1970s radio series. Guests include Richard Mathews
, Ann Hamilton ,
Michael Kilgarriff and singer Clodagh Rodgers , with music from Peter Knight and his Orchestra.
Producer John Browell

Contributors

Adapted By: Eddie Braben
Unknown: Richard Mathews
Unknown: Ann Hamilton
Unknown: Michael Kilgarriff
Singer: Clodagh Rodgers
Unknown: Peter Knight
Producer: John Browell

: Nick Barraciough

with New Country
A Smooth Operations production

: Black Voices in Concert

As a prelude to their series starting on Wednesday, Birmingham-based a cappella quintet Black
Voices perform in a concert recorded during the Belfast Festival at Queen's
University. Introduced by their founder and musical director Carol Pemberton.
Producer David Corser

Contributors

Director: Carol Pemberton.
Producer: David Corser

: The Album in Memoriam

A century after Henry Bluff sang some musical comedy favourites for the first record made in Britain, the album has become virtually extinct. In this musical celebration of the LP, artists like Cliff Richard pay tribute to the black disc, vinyl junkies talk about their addiction, and Peter Jones delivers thirty-three-and-a-third fascinating facts about this much-loved form of sound reproduction.
Producer Trevor Aston Rpt

Contributors

Unknown: Henry Bluff
Unknown: Cliff Richard
Unknown: Peter Jones
Producer: Trevor Aston Rpt

: Comedy Classics: Round the Horne

Ken Bruce introduces another episode of Round the Horne
This week, Kenneth Williams is the "Camp" Commandant of Stalag 15 in a show which features Rambling Sid Rumpo, Celia and Binky, Jules and Sandy and Secret Agent Horne.
(Rpt)

[NB Radio Times says 'Rambling Sid Rumpole' in error]

Contributors

Presenter (Comedy Classics): Ken Bruce
Unknown: Kenneth Williams
Producer: Barry Littlechild

: A Famon Fantasy

Fifty years ago Robert Farnon set foot on British soil from his native Canada and since then he has been a major influence on the musical life of Great Britain.
David Jacobs introduces tonight's concert, in which Farnon conducts his own compositions and some of his arrangements, with vocal guest Angela Christian and the BBC Concert Orchestra, led by Martin Loveday.
Including at 8.20 Interval David Ades, secretary of the Robert Farnon Society, looks at the jazz and swing side of Farnon's work.

Contributors

Subject/conductor: Robert Farnon
Presenter: David Jacobs
Singer: Angela Christian
Musicians: BBC Concert Orchestra
Leader: Martin Loveday
Speaker (Interval): David Ades
Producer: Alan Boyd

: David Jacobs

: Sheridan Morley

with the Radio 2 Arts
Programme

: Ronnie Hilton

with Sounds of the 50s
Repeated from 6.30pm last Sunday

: Charles Nove

with Night Ride
Including at 1.30, 3.30 Pause for Thought with Nigel Swinford.

Contributors

Unknown: Nigel Swinford.

: Sujata Barot

with the Sunday Show








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