1.00 Classic Comedy:
Marks in His Diary
Unexpurgated comedy starring Alfred Marks with details from his intimate jottings. With Judy Came, Hugh Thomas and David Jason. Music is by the David Firman Rhythm Four. Producers Griff Rhys Jones and Andy Aliffe
1.30 The News Huddlines
Songbook Roy Hudd. June Whitfield and Chris Emmett look at the past year in song.
Producer Steve Doherty
Musical telling the story of Jewish milkman Tevye and his family whose life is disrupted by the Russian pogroms.
With the Stephen Hill Singers and the BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by David Firman and led by Cynthia Fleming. At 9pm approx, during the interval, Sheridan Morley talks to tonight's star Anthony Newtey. with Lori Haley Fox. Kate Graham , Libby Moms , John Barr , Michael Cahill , Howard Attfield , Kim Grant. Paul Thomley , Jean Reeve , Susan Flannery , Paul Grunert , Leo Andrew. Carla Prosser and Sarah French.
Book by Joseph Stein. Lyrics by Sheldon Hamick. Music by Jerry Bock. Script adaptation by Wamer Brown. Producer John Langridge
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