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: Mo Dutta

with the Saturday Show Wake up to the weekend with cheerful chat and a medley of music.

: Brian Matthew

with Sounds of the 60s
LPs, EPs, 45s and more.

: Judi Spiers

A spicy mix of music, interviews and features.
A Rewind production

: Hayes on Saturday

Topical debate, features and phone-ins on issues of the week.
Producer Julia Brooke

Contributors

Producer: Julia Brooke

: Hancock's Half Hour

The second of two programmes providing a welcome return from the lad himself and his adventures in East Cheam.
With support from Bill Kerr and Hattie Jacques.
Producer Barry Littlechild Rpt

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Kerr
Unknown: Hattie Jacques.
Producer: Barry Littlechild Rpt

: Nick Barraciough

with New Country
A Smooth Operations production

: Joe Brown in Concert

With the Bruvvers and the Subway Soopa Stringz. Rpt

Contributors

Unknown: Soopa Stringz.

: Are You Dancin'?

From the elegant Edwardian quadrille to the tribal seat of techno-house, there's never been a century to match such changes. Wayne Sleep twists and twirls through the tango, black bottom and jive, reflecting on penny hops, sixpenny tea dances and disco fever.
Producer John Holmes

Contributors

Unknown: Wayne Sleep
Producer: John Holmes

: Doctor Who: The Ghosts of N Space: 2

A six-part series starring Jon Pertwee as Dr Who, Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane Smith and Nicholas Courtney as the Brigadier.

Who is the ghostly apparition that appears on the cliff tops, and why does the Mafia want the Doctor and his friends off the island?
See This Week: page 8

Contributors

Writer: Barry Letts
Music: Peter Howell of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
The Doctor: Jon Pertwee
Sarah Jane Smith: Elisabeth Sladen
Jeremy: Richard Pearce
Umberto: Peter Yapp
Mario: Harry Towb
Max: Stephen Thorne
Nico: David Holt
Maggie: Sandra Dickinson
Maid: Joanne Sergeant
Paolo: Paul Brooke
Louisa: Deborah Berlin
Barone: Gavin Muir
Baronessa: Jillie Meers

: The Lighter Side

A concert of comedy in music recorded at St
David's Hall, Cardiff, as part of the Cardiff Festival, with the BBC Concert
Orchestra, led by Martin Loveday , conducted by Paul Murphy. The programme features David Owen Norris on piano, singer
Richard Suart , with solos on glass tumblers and typewriter by Alasdair Malloy and musical saw by Richard Watson. At
8.10, during the interval,
Chris Stuart discusses the role of St David 's Hall in the cultural life of the Welsh capital.
Producer Richard Masters

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Loveday
Conducted By: Paul Murphy.
Unknown: David Owen Norris
Singer: Richard Suart
Unknown: Alasdair Malloy
Unknown: Richard Watson.
Unknown: Chris Stuart
Unknown: St David

: David Jacobs

: Sheridan Morley

with the Radio 2 Arts
Programme
A weekly roundup from the arts world.

: Charles Nove

Including at 1.30, 3.30 Pause for Thought

: Mo Dutta

with the Sunday Show
Records, requests and the brain-teasing musical knowledge Spot the Song Quiz. Plus professional gardening advice from Fran Shall.








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