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Pause for Thought with Captain Charles King. WRITE TO: Terry Wogan , BBC, Radio 2, London, W1A1AA FAX: [number removed]
E-MAIL: wogan@bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Unknown:
Captain Charles King.
Unknown:
Terry Wogan

From the Tower Ballroom.
In preparation forthe first night of this year's Blackpool
Illuminations,
Ken Bruce introduces the BBC Concert
Orchestra, conducted by Robin Stapleton , with guest vocalists Linzi Hateley , Glyn Kerslake and Alan Randall as George Formby , with organist Phil Kelsall playing the wurlitzer.
Producer Alan Boyd

Contributors

Introduces:
Ken Bruce
Conducted By:
Robin Stapleton
Unknown:
Linzi Hateley
Unknown:
Glyn Kerslake
Unknown:
Alan Randall
Unknown:
George Formby
Organist:
Phil Kelsall
Producer:
Alan Boyd

A live concert to mark the switching-on of the 2000 Blackpool illuminations. Guests include Westlife (who are switching on the illuminations this year), Billie Piper and Paul Carrack. Presented by Richard Allinson.
Producer John Leonard

Contributors

Unknown:
Billie Piper
Unknown:
Paul Carrack.
Presented By:
Richard Allinson.
Producer:
John Leonard

Frank Renton presents a session from the Buy As You View Cory Band, current Welsh
Champions, conducted byRobertChilds.
PHONE [number removed] for programme information. E-MAIL: lttb@bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Unknown:
Frank Renton

David Jacobs presents a series recalling the astonishing career of Sammy Davis Jr.
Tonight, his move from the clubs ofLas Vegas to a career in stage musicals. Featuring music from Mr Wonderful and contributions from Leslie Bricusse and Leonard Maltin , as well as archive recordings of Sammy himself.

Contributors

Unknown:
David Jacobs
Unknown:
Sammy Davis Jr.
Unknown:
Leslie Bricusse
Unknown:
Leonard Maltin

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