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with PETER LATHAM
Today and Monday-Friday featuring the music of ERIC WINSTONE AND his BAND
BRIAN FAHEY
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
THE COUNTRYMEN
RONNIE PLEYDELL
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
SYD DALE AND HIS ORCHESTRA
THE GEORGE BRADLEY BAND
NAT TEMPLE AND his BAND
SIDNEY BRIGHT AND HIS MUSIC
THE BILL RAYNER QUARTET
SOUNDS BOB ROGERS
THE LAURIE STEELE COMBO
THE PROMENADE PLAYERS
Conductor, SIDNEY BOWMAN
THE LUTON BAND
Conductor, ALBERT Coure
BBC MIDLAND LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conductors,
JACK Coles and GILBERT VINTER
ORCHESTRA Conductors.
TERENCE LOVETT and GEORGE MICHIE
THE RADIO PLAYERS
Conductor, BURNELL WHIBLEY and a galaxy of stars on disc
Producers.
Royston Herbert , Don George
Editor, CYRIL DRAKE

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Latham
Unknown:
Eric Winstone
Unknown:
Brian Fahey
Unknown:
Ronnie Pleydell
Unknown:
Bob Rogers
Unknown:
Laurie Steele
Conductor:
Sidney Bowman
Conductors:
Jack Coles
Conductors:
Gilbert Vinter
Conductors:
Terence Lovett
Conductors:
George Michie
Conductor:
Burnell Whibley
Unknown:
Royston Herbert
Unknown:
Don George
Editor:
Cyril Drake

ENGELBERT HUMPERDINCK
JIMMY JAMES AND THE VAGABONDS
WAYNE FONTANA
BRINCOS
P. P. ARNOLD
THE BUNCH
THE NICE
THE JOHNNY ARTHEY BAND
Records you request and some new releases
Introduced by BRIAN MATTHEW
Produced by JIMMY GRANT and BILL BEBB

Contributors

Unknown:
Wayne Fontana
Unknown:
P. P. Arnold
Introduced By:
Brian Matthew
Produced By:
Jimmy Grant
Unknown:
Bill Bebb

JOHNNY MORAN introduces a daily delivery of popular music with studio guests
VINCE HILL
THE LORNE GIBSON TRIO
THE SANDS OF Time
TONY CRANE
THE HAROLD SMART TRIO
THE HARRY STONEHAM TRIO
BOB MILLER AND THE MILLERMEN
PHIL TATE'S WINDJAMMERS and a round of records
Produced by Derek Mills

Contributors

Introduces:
Johnny Moran
Unknown:
Vince Hill
Produced By:
Derek Mills

It's here every Saturday at four
It's non-stop for ninety minutes
It's got the latest gossip, news, and interviews
It's all that's best in pop records
Its funny man Is KENNY EVERETT
Its D.J. is Chris Denning
It's produced by Johnny Beerling

Contributors

Unknown:
Kenny Everett
Unknown:
Chris Denning
Produced By:
Johnny Beerling

Old time and sequence dancing played by SIDNEY DAVEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA
With AUDREY GRAHAM
Introduced by REX PALMER M.C., CHARLES CRATHORN who also brings news from the world of traditional dancing
Dance hostess, Sylvia Crathorn
Dance leaders,
Holland and Sylvia Brockbank Produced by Michael Shrimpton Given before an invited audience at The Paris, Lower Regent Street. S.W.I. Tickets can be obtained from the BBC Ticket Unit [address removed]enclosing stamped addressed envelope.

Contributors

Played By:
Sidney Davey
Unknown:
Audrey Graham
Introduced By:
Rex Palmer M.C.
Introduced By:
Charles Crathorn
Unknown:
Sylvia Crathorn
Unknown:
Sylvia Brockbank
Produced By:
Michael Shrimpton

Your Chairman
MR. WILLIAM SCOTT-COOMBER introduces
MR. LEON CORTEZ
Professor of the H'Arts
MR. NORMAN TEAL
Wizard of the Xylophone
THE HARMONY HI.LITES Girls who really Sing
MR. Peter ROBINSON
For Pete's sake Laugh
MISS JENNIFER HARRIS and Miss ANGELA WHITE Lead you in Song and THE GENTLEMEN OF THE PIT ORCHESTRA
Conducted by MR. MORRIS MCLEAN
Produced by Peter Pilbeam

Contributors

Unknown:
Mr. Peter Robinson
Unknown:
Miss Jennifer Harris
Produced By:
Peter Pilbeam

A showcase of popular melodies featuring sounds spectacular from
THE RADIO ORCHESTRA Leader, John Jezard
Conducted by MICHAEL COLLINS interludes in rhythm from
THE DEREK NEW QUINTET the vocal touch from
THE NIGEL BROOKS SINGERS
Produced by Chris Morgan

Contributors

Leader:
John Jezard
Conducted By:
Michael Collins
Singers:
Nigel Brooks
Produced By:
Chris Morgan

and this week's guest EVELYN FERNANDEZ
Introduced by MURRAY THORNTON tProduced by Ben Lyons
The Peggy O'Keefe Quartet is appearlng at the Chevalier Restaurant.

Contributors

Unknown:
Evelyn Fernandez
Introduced By:
Murray Thornton
Unknown:
Ben Lyons
Unknown:
Peggy O'Keefe

Light Programme

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