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: Don Maclean

says Good Morning Sunday from Sheffield's
Meadowhall Centre.
His special guests are singer, actor and broadcaster Paul Jones ,
Dave Bilbrough and the Kingsway Praise Band, and the Sheffield Celebration
Choir. Including at 7.40 Fr Anthony Towey.

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Jones
Unknown: Dave Bilbrough
Unknown: Fr Anthony Towey.

: Michael Aspel

: Hayes on Sunday

: Vintage Years

12.00 Desmond Camngton with Radio 2 All-Time Greats
2.00pm Benny Green
3.00 David Jacobs with Sounds Easy
4.00 Legends of Light Music
Denis Norden introduces the final programme of the series featuring orchestral favourites from the past on record and another ITMA special arrangement in the studio. With the BBC Concert
Orchestra conducted by Robin Stapleton.
Musical advisor David Ades
4.30 Sing Something Simple
.with the Cliff Adams
Singers accompanied by Jack Emblow.
5.00 Charlie Chester with Sunday Soapbox
6.30 Ronnie Hilton with Sounds of the 50s
Repeated next Sunday at
12.05am

Contributors

Unknown: Desmond Camngton
Unknown: David Jacobs
Introduces: Denis Norden
Conducted By: Robin Stapleton.
Unknown: David Ades
Accompanied By: Jack Emblow.
Accompanied By: Charlie Chester
Unknown: Ronnie Hilton

: Richard Baker

Melodies for You
Featuring the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by James Lockhart.

Contributors

Conducted By: James Lockhart.

: Sunday Half Hour

Roger Royle presents favourite hymns from Craigie Parish Church,
Perth, Scotland. Tonight's hymns include We sing the praise of Him who died;
Colours of the day; I to the hills; Christ is made the sure foundation. Conductor of praise Martin Neilson. Organist Robert Brown.

Contributors

Unknown: Roger Royle
Organist: Martin Neilson.
Organist: Robert Brown.

: Alan Keith

with Your Hundred Best
Tunes

: You're a Big Boy Now, Francis

Radio 2 Arts Programme Presented by Brian Baxter.
After a hectic apprenticeship under Roger Corman ,
Francis Coppola submitted his first commercial feature
- You're a Big Boy Now- for his Master's Degree at
UCLA. Three years later, he was a highly paid writer and Oscar winner. By 35, he had directed The Conversation, The Godfather and The
Godfather Part II and was a multi-millionaire. But by 1982, he owed$20m.
This spring he begins shooting Pinnochio in London and Rome.
Brian Baxter charts
Coppola's rollercoaster career, with contributions from biographer Peter Cowie , composer John Barry , Barry Norman , Kathleen Turner ,
Bob Hoskins , Tommy Steele , Coppola himself - and his movies.
Producer Stella Hanson

Contributors

Presented By: Brian Baxter.
Unknown: Roger Corman
Unknown: Francis Coppola
Unknown: Brian Baxter
Unknown: Peter Cowie
Unknown: John Barry
Unknown: Barry Norman
Unknown: Kathleen Turner
Unknown: Bob Hoskins
Unknown: Tommy Steele
Producer: Stella Hanson

: Colin Beny

with Night Ride
Including at 1.30
Pause for Thought with Dave Kitchen.

Contributors

Unknown: Dave Kitchen.

: Adrian Finighan

Including at 3.30
Pause for Thought with Dave Kitchen.

Contributors

Unknown: Dave Kitchen.








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