The Saturday Show Producer Jane Ward
Sounds of the 60s
Producer Denis O'Keeffe
Producer Ruth Cubbin
The best in country releases. A Smooth Operations production
I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again
Classic comedy series with Tim Brooke-Taylor ,
Graeme Garden , Jo Kendall , Bill Oddie and David Hatch. Producer Humphrey Barclay and at 1.30:
Pull the Other
Hosted by David Jacobs. With Ken Dodd ,
Frank Carson and Bernie Clifton.
Sounds of the 50s
Producer Pete Johnson
Tracy Miller with the BBC Big Band directed by Neil Richardson , with Angela Christian. On record, Johnny Mathis.
Producer Maura Clarke
With friends such as Cliff Richard , Tommy Steele and Barbara Windsor,
Lionel Bart remembers the early days of Living Doll, and, more recently, Happy Endings.
Producer Carol Smith
Presented by Chris Stuart. Producer Liz Anstee
In the second of three programmes, Gordon Clyde tells the story of The
Boyfriend by Sandy Wilson. Producer Bridget Apps
for the last time in the present series.
Producer Richard Willcox
In the second of six programmes, Paul Jones reveals the strange circumstances that have inspired songs.
Producer Dave Shannon
Richard Baker presents a special concert, recorded last April at London's Royal Albert Hall , to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical
Including Bernstein's symphonic dances from West Side Story, Handel's Coronation anthem Zadok the Pries and Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture.
Plus marches and big band classics.
The Staff Band of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers is joined by the Bands of the Royal Corps of Transport and the Royal Army
Ordnance Corps. With the London Philharmonic
Choir, the London Choral
Society and the Musketeers of the Sealed Knot Society. All under the direction of Captain Len Tyler. Producer Tim McDonald
The BBC Big Band conducted by Roland Shaw , with Colin Anthony. Presented by Bill Rennells. Producer Robin Sedgley
with lain Johnstone.
Producers Stella Hanson and Madeleine Cuming
Sounds of the 50s
with Night Ride and at 2.00-3.00
Nightclub featuring Petula Clark in concert from the Hippodrome, Bristol.
Concert producer Stuart Hobday
Including at 1.30, 3.30 Pause for Thought with James Whitboum.
The Sunday Show