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Robin Boyle introduces more classic variety from the wireless archives. This week, a 1973 edition of the long-running quiz Many a Slip, with panelists Isobel Barnett , David Nixon ,
Eleanor Summerfield and Richard Murdoch , with Roy Plomley and Steve Race. And at 2.30 Kenneth McKellar
has A Song for
Everyone, recorded in 1971. Producers Richard Edis and Anthony Wills Rpt

Contributors

Introduces:
Robin Boyle
Unknown:
Isobel Barnett
Unknown:
David Nixon
Unknown:
Eleanor Summerfield
Unknown:
Richard Murdoch
Unknown:
Roy Plomley
Unknown:
Steve Race.
Unknown:
Kenneth McKellar
Producers:
Richard Edis
Producers:
Anthony Wills Rpt

The first of a monthly series in which Miles Kington reviews and recommends books about music. Today's programme includes a chat with Humphrey Burton about his recent biography of Leonard Bernstein.
Producer Dave Shannon

Contributors

Unknown:
Humphrey Burton
Unknown:
Leonard Bernstein.
Producer:
Dave Shannon

In the second of three shows, Jimmy Tarbuck introduces old and current hits from the Searchers in concert from the Paris Studios, London.
With guest Peter Sarstedt who previews his follow-up to Where Do You Go to, My Lovely? and Liverpudlian comedian John Martin.

Contributors

Introduces:
Jimmy Tarbuck
Unknown:
Peter Sarstedt
Unknown:
John Martin.

Darryl F Zanuck , Louis B Mayer , Jack L Warner and Sam Goldwyn are just some of the subjects covered by Christopher Lee and film historian John Huntley as they continue their celebration of the centenary of the first public movie presentations in England with a look at the moguls.

Contributors

Unknown:
Darryl F Zanuck
Unknown:
Louis B Mayer
Unknown:
Sam Goldwyn
Unknown:
Christopher Lee
Unknown:
John Huntley

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