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: Sarah Kennedy

with the Early Show
News, views and music, plus a review of the morning's newspapers.

: Pause for Thought

with Swami Tripurananda.

Contributors

Unknown: Swami Tripurananda.

: Wake Up to Wogan

with news, travel, weather and the greatest music.

: Pause for Thought

with Canon Colin Semper.

Contributors

Unknown: Canon Colin Semper.

: Ken Bruce

Including at 10.00 Pick of the Hits.

: Jimmy Young

talks to the people who make the news.

: Fiona Armstrong

sits in for Gloria Hunniford and prepares for the weekend with music from
40 years of No 1 hits and at 2.30 the star guest interview.

Contributors

Unknown: Gloria Hunniford

: Ed Stewart

with the final of the Accumulator Quiz.

: John Dunn

: Panel Beaters

The first of a four-part series featuring a selection of quiz and panel games from the archives. This week: Does the Team
Think?
Cyril Fletcher , Ted Ray ,
Tommy Trinder and Jimmy Edwards answer questions posed by members of the studio audience and celebrity guest Cilia Black.
Chairman McDonald Hobley. Producer Edward Taylor
First broadcast in October 1967

Contributors

Unknown: Cyril Fletcher
Unknown: Ted Ray
Unknown: Tommy Trinder
Unknown: Jimmy Edwards
Unknown: McDonald Hobley.
Producer: Edward Taylor

: Friday Night Is Music Night

from the Hippodrome,
Golders Green, London.
Barry Wordsworth conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra, led by Martin Loveday , with star singers Janis Kelly and Jason Howard , Empire Brass, and the BBC
Singers conducted by Simon Joly. Introduced by Robin Boyle.
Producer Alan Boyd

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Loveday
Singers: Janis Kelly
Singers: Jason Howard
Conducted By: Simon Joly.
Introduced By: Robin Boyle.
Producer: Alan Boyd

: Treasure Island

John Nettles reads a ten-part adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson 's classic adventure story.
7: Jim Hawkins attacks the Hispaniola single-handed! Adapted by Trevor Royle Producer Bruce Young
First broadcast on Radio
Scotland

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Louis Stevenson
Unknown: Jim Hawkins
Adapted By: Trevor Royle
Producer: Bruce Young

: Listen to the Band

Frank Renton presents the CWS Glasgow Band, conducted by Archie Hutchison.

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Renton
Conducted By: Archie Hutchison.

: Alan Titchmarsh

with the Radio 2 Arts Programme
Live from Birmingham with news of three theatrical productions.
Kathryn Evans talks about her leading role in the new production of Piaf at the Leicester Haymarket, and David Thacker and Bernard Hill discuss A View from the Bridge at the Birmingham Rep. Plus news of the world premiere of The Nose by Alistair Beaton, based on Gogol's story, at the Nottingham Playhouse.

Contributors

Talks: Kathryn Evans
Talks: David Thacker
Unknown: Alistair Beaton

: Digby Fairweather

with Jazz Notes
Featuring Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames in concert at Ronnie Scott 's in Birmingham.

Contributors

Unknown: Georgie Fame
Unknown: Ronnie Scott

: Charles Nove

with Night Ride
Including at 1.30
Pause for Thought with Barry Overend.

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Overend.

: Brenda Emmanus

A Ray Harvey production

Contributors

Unknown: Ray Harvey








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