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at the BBC Theatre Organ presents a programme of requests and music from the TREDEGAR TOWN BAND
Conductor JOHN CHILDS Producer PETER PILBEAM BBC Manchester

Contributors

Conductor:
John Childs
Producer:
Peter Pilbeam

introduces Melodies for You BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA conductor ASHLEY LAWRENCE
THE REGINALD LEOPOLD ORCHESTRA With VALERIE MONESE
Producer ROBERT BOWMAM

Contributors

Conductor:
Ashley Lawrence
Conductor:
The Reginald Leopold
Unknown:
Valerie Monese
Producer:
Robert Bowmam

CANON WILLIAM PURCELL , in the second of three services, talks from a Birmingham studio about ends and beginnings. Today: Unfinished business Producer MICHAEL SHOESMITH

Contributors

Unknown:
Canon William Purcell
Producer:
Michael Shoesmith

. Introduced by Sandi Jones
Taking part: MARAMA MARTIN, Radio New Zealand
PAUL brown, BFBS, Gibraltar BILL PAUL, CBC, Toronto
STEVE cosser, ABC, Sydney Producer PAM cox
(29 February: Belfast, BFBS Cologne, Canada and Australia)

Contributors

Introduced By:
Sandi Jones

Conceived and performed by Barry Cryer , Tim Brooke-Taylor John Junkin
(who also claim they wrote it) with the DENIS KING TRIO
The second of two specially-recorded programmes of highlights from past series of Hello
Cheeky - now a BBC LP, REH . 189, which can be ordered from record shops only.
Producer BOB OLIVER ROGERS
(Repeated: Saturday 7.2 pm)
Next week at this time: a lieu) series of Steptoe and Son

Contributors

Unknown:
Barry Cryer
Unknown:
Tim Brooke-Taylor
Unknown:
John Junkin
Unknown:
Denis King
Producer:
Bob Oliver Rogers

A story, in four weekly parts, of the life and times of Gracie Fields
2: Taking Sides: Gracie on Record
« The first song I ever recorded was "My Blue Heaven— and on the other side Because I Love You " which I burlesqued and got into trouble with the publishers.' (GRACIE FIELDS) Roy Hudd tells the story, with Gracie herself, and the voices Of TOMMIE CONNOR , TOMMY FIELDS STANLEY HOLLOWAY , TEDDY HOLMES TOMMY KEEN, JIMMY KENNEDY MAX KESTER , NORMAN NEWELL
SANDY POWELL , HARRY RABINOWITZ Script and research by PETER CLAYTON. Producer BRIAN WILLEY

Contributors

Unknown:
Roy Hudd
Unknown:
Tommie Connor
Unknown:
Tommy Fields
Unknown:
Stanley Holloway
Unknown:
Teddy Holmes
Unknown:
Jimmy Kennedy
Unknown:
Max Kester
Unknown:
Norman Newell
Unknown:
Sandy Powell
Unknown:
Harry Rabinowitz
Unknown:
Peter Clayton.
Producer:
Brian Willey

says Be My Guest
The show jumping champion, farmer, singer, and a bit of a wrestler when he's resting, invites you to join him in listening to some favourite records. Producer PHYLLIS ROBINSON

Contributors

Producer:
Phyllis Robinson

Introduced by BOB CHRISTIE from St John 's Kirk, Perth, with choirs from churches in the district and of Perth Academy Conductor of Praise D. EOIN BENNET
Organist HENRY NEIL
Prayer and Blessing by REV ALLAN YOUNG
0 Lord. thou art my God (Aberfeldy); I waited for the Lord (Abbey): Child in the manger (Bunessan); One who is all unfit to count (Wigtown); 0 thou,. my soul (Coleshill); From glory to glory (Lochwinnoch); Thy mercy, Lord (London New); Behold what witnesses unseen (St Nicholas); 0, hear my prayer (Leuchars) BBC Scotland

Contributors

Introduced By:
Bob Christie
Unknown:
St John
Organist:
Henry Neil

BBC MIDLAND RADIO ORCHESTRA conductor NORRIE PARAMOR THE BAND OF THE LIFE GUARDS conductor MAJOR A. J. RICHARDS Introduced by James Alexander Gordon Producer ALLAN GILES

Contributors

Conductor:
Norrie Paramor
Introduced By:
James Alexander Gordon
Producer:
Allan Giles

Peter Clayton with news, reviews and comment
With CHRIS BARBER JAZZ BAND and MICHAEL GARRICK SEXTET Producers LAWRIE MONK and KEITH STEWART Including at 12.0
Midnight Newsroom; weather

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Clayton
Unknown:
Chris Barber
Unknown:
Michael Garrick
Unknown:
Keith Stewart

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