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The mainstay of 60s pop was always the guitar - an instrument which brought several now legendary names to the musical charts.
Bert Weedon looks back on an important period in his career and plays some of his favourite records.
Producer STUART HOBDAY BBC Bristol


Bert Weedon
Stuart Hobday

A game that adds up to questions of pop and popular music.
Popping the questions Ray Moore
And hoping to score off each other David Hamilton and Noddy Holder v
Ken Bruce and Steve Marriott Compiled and produced by RICHARD WILLCOX


Ray Moore
David Hamilton
Ken Bruce
Produced By:
Richard Willcox

1: Ethel Merman
They called her 'the golden foghorn' and she was quite happy with that.
Presented by Brian Haines Written by BRIAN HAINES and PETER COTES
Producer ALAN OWEN


Ethel Merman
Presented By:
Brian Haines
Written By:
Brian Haines
Written By:
Peter Cotes
Alan Owen

John Dunn introduces tonight's Gala Concert as the finale of the 1987 European Brass Band
Championship that has been taking place today in the Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham. Iain Sutherland conducts The Cory Band (Wales) Brass Band De Walsang (Holland)
Murray International
Whitburn Band (Scotland) and Martin Winter
(Principal comet, Desford Colliery Dowty Band) Producer DAVID WELSBY BBC Pebble Mill
(Given in association with Boosey and Hawkes)
8.15 8.20 * Interval
Geoffrey and Violet Brand recall some of the history of the Brass Band movement and its music. It all began with the Great Exhibition of 1851 ...


John Dunn
Martin Winter
David Welsby

The Strings of the BBC Radio Orchestra leader MICHAEL TOMALIN Guest conductor David Whitaker
Presented by Bill Rennells Producer-ROBIN SEDGLEY


Michael Tomalin
David Whitaker
Presented By:
Bill Rennells
Presented By:
Producer-Robin Sedgley

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