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Produced by Keith Williams and Jane Graham
Script by Rex Edwards
Friday's broadcast
The whole family has been shaken by tragic news. It is a time when a family draws close together, and the Dales have gathered comfort from each other.

Contributors

Produced By:
Keith Williams
Produced By:
Jane Graham
Script By:
Rex Edwards

with GEOFF Love conducting
THE RADIO ORCHESTRA
Leader, Julien Gaillard
LYN and GRAHAM MCCARTHY
THE NIGEL BROOKS SINGERS
Introduced by DAVID SYMONDS
Produced by Michael Shrimpton

Contributors

Leader:
Julien Gaillard
Unknown:
Graham McCarthy
Singers:
Nigel Brooks
Introduced By:
David Symonds
Produced By:
Michael Shrimpton

John Benson introduces some of the best sounds around
This week's studio artists
JOHNNY ARTHEY and his BAND
CHRIS BARBER'S JAZZ BAND
The LEN BEADLE Quartet with THE BRIAN LEMON QUARTET
JOHNNY COOPER AND HIS BAND
The COUNTY SET
FRANK DENIZ and his LATIN AMERICAN MUSIC
TONY EVANS AND his BAND
ADAM FAITH AND THE Impacts
GEORGE FAME AND THE BLUE FLAMES
MIKE FELIX
ROLF HARRIS with The LAURIE HOLLOWAY QUARTET
THE HOLLIES
BARBARA KAY
ZACK LAURENCE at the piano
SHINE AND DON LEATHER
KEN MACKINTOSH AND his BAND
THE MEN ABOUT TOWN
Bernard MONSHIN and his Rio TANGO BAND
The New Faces with The ALAN MOORHOUSE Quartet
The OVERLANDERS
BRIAN POOLE AND THE TRUMELOES
THE JUDD PROCTOR Quartet
AL SAXON
The HAROLD SMART TRIO
WOUT STEENHUIS
DILYS WATLING
ALEX WELSH AND HIS BAND including some instrumental music from The Non-Stop Tune Shop and a round of records
Produced by DOREEN DAVIES

(Johnny Cooper and his Band are at the Hammersmith Palais; Frank Deniz and his Latin American Musical Talk of the Town; Ken Mackintosh and his Band at the Empire Ballroom, Leicester Square, London; The Men About Town at the London Hilton Hotel)

Contributors

Introduces:
John Benson
Artists:
Johnny Arthey
Unknown:
Johnny Cooper
Unknown:
Frank Deniz
Unknown:
Tony Evans
Unknown:
Mike Felix
Unknown:
Barbara Kay
Unknown:
Zack Laurence
Unknown:
Don Leather
Unknown:
Ken MacKintosh
Unknown:
Bernard Monshin
Produced By:
Doreen Davies

Fun, fact and fiction with COLIN HAMILTON plus
THE RONNIE ALDRICH QUARTET
Script by Keith Harrison
Produced by PETER DUNCAN and DAVID O'CLEE

Contributors

Unknown:
Colin Hamilton
Script By:
Keith Harrison
Produced By:
Peter Duncan
Produced By:
David O'Clee

Kenneth Connor in a police diversion involving
GRAHAM STARK. DERYCK GUYLER
Joan BENHAM , FREDERICK TREVES
David NETTHEIM
Written by John EsMomw arid BOBLARBEY
Produced by Edward Taylor

Contributors

Unknown:
Kenneth Connor
Unknown:
Deryck Guyler
Unknown:
Joan Benham
Unknown:
Frederick Treves
Unknown:
David Nettheim
Written By:
John Esmomw
Produced By:
Edward Taylor

The World Cup
First Semi-Final
Commentary by ALAN CLARKE and BRIAN MOORE during the second of tonights matcl between the winn of the two quarte finals played last
Saturday at Everton and Wembley
From Goodison Park, Everton
Commentaryduring the stvond half of the Second Semi-Final, from the Empire Stadium, Wembley: tomorrow. 8.30 p.m.

Contributors

Commentary By:
Alan Clarke
Commentary By:
Brian Moore

starring
Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H. Corbett as Harold in The Stepmother with JOAN NEWELL
Written by ALAN SIMPSON and RAY GALTON
Adapted by Gale Pedrick Produced by BOBBY JAYE
†Sunday's broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
Wilfrid Brambell
Unknown:
Harry H. Corbett
Unknown:
Joan Newell
Written By:
Alan Simpson
Written By:
Ray Galton
Adapted By:
Gale Pedrick
Produced By:
Bobby Jaye

in the company of Roger Moffat who introduces
ERIC WINSTONE
AND HIS ORCHESTRA With JOHNNY WEBB
THE BLOSSOM DEARIE Trio
STAN REYNOLDS with Strings tonight's record feature
The GEORGE MITCHELL MINSTRELS and your midnight request spot
Produced by PAUL WILLIAMS
Eric Winstone and his Orchestra are at Butlin's Holiday Camp, Bognor Regis

Contributors

Unknown:
Roger Moffat
Unknown:
Eric Winstone
Unknown:
Johnny Webb
Unknown:
Stan Reynolds
Produced By:
Paul Williams
Produced By:
Eric Winstone
Unknown:
Bognor Regis

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