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Nell Richardson with the sweet sounds of THE RADIO ORCHESTRA in his own =rran cements With ROSEMARY SQUIRES
THE MIKE SAMMES SINGERS THE FONNIE PRICE QUARTET introduced by David Gell Produced by FRANK HOOPER

Contributors

Unknown:
Nell Richardson
Unknown:
Rosemary Squires
Introduced By:
David Gell
Produced By:
Frank Hooper

Introduced by Marjorie Anderson
Guest of the Week: Eric Shipton
Into a huge new World: Thornton Pearn, a headmaster, tells Jocelyn Ryder-Smith about the transfer to secondary school
The Silver Age of the Foreign Correspondent: Douglas Stuart talks to Mollie Lee
'Those Damn Dots!' Norman Tozer quizzes Betty Jarrett and Madge Tildesey on the new decimal currency
Mary Wimbush reads Cousin Harriet by Susan Tweedsmuir (2)

Contributors

Presenter:
Marjorie Anderson
Contributor:
Eric Shipton
Contributor:
Thornton Pearn
Contributor:
Jocelyn Ryder-Smith
Contributor:
Douglas Stuart
Contributor:
Mollie Lee
Contributor:
Norman Tozer
Contributor:
Betty Jarrett
Reader:
Mary Wimbush

with his kind of music for your entertainment featuring JEANNIE DEE
LARRY GRETTON , GARY STEWART and the JOE LOSS ORCHESTRA introduced by David Hamilton Produced by JOHN BUSSELL

Contributors

Unknown:
Jeannie Dee
Unknown:
Larry Gretton
Unknown:
Gary Stewart
Introduced By:
David Hamilton
Produced By:
John Bussell

John Benson with music and, news: pop; people and places; featuring
BBC RADIO BIG BAND conductor BRIAN FAHEY With DAVID MCBETH
THE GEOFF MOORE TRIO
Produced by CHRISTOPHER SERLE

Contributors

Unknown:
John Benson
Conductor:
Brian Fahey
Unknown:
David McBeth
Unknown:
Geoff Moore
Produced By:
Christopher Serle

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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More