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a show-case of popular melodies featuring sounds spectacular from THE RADIO ORCHESTRA Leader. John Jezard
Conducted by MICHAEL COLLINS 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

The Best in Pop from
THE RAY MCVAY SOUND
PATSY JONES
JOE FAGAN plus this week's guests
Paul Jones
THE CHANTS
THE SHIRALEE
THE GLASS OPENING
Introduced by DAVE CASH
Produced by Keith Bateson
The Ray McVay Band is at the Hammersmith Palais. London

Contributors

Unknown:
Patsy Jones
Unknown:
Joe Fagan
Unknown:
Paul Jones
Introduced By:
Dave Cash
Produced By:
Keith Bateson

Introduced by Marjorie Anderson
We are all givers and receivers: Mora Dickson talks to Jocelyn Ryder-Smith about her book Count Us In, on community service for young people
Reading Your Letters
Bluebells and Nightingales: Susan Ashe in pursuit of a full life
Best-sellers still?: paperback classics reviewed by Peter Bayley
Say Cheese: Sheila Hutchins and George Villiers talk about their favourite cheese dishes
Ellen Dryden reads "Alibi for a Witch" by Elizabeth Ferrars
†Sixth of seven instalments

Contributors

Introduced By:
Marjorie Anderson
Talks:
Mora Dickson
Unknown:
Jocelyn Ryder-Smith
Unknown:
Susan Ashe
Reviewed By:
Peter Bayley
Unknown:
Sheila Hutchins
Unknown:
George Villlers
Unknown:
Ellen Dryden

KEITH SKUES delivers a daily package of popular music with top artists in the studio all the week from Monday to Saturday including
CHRIS BARBER 'S JAZZBAND with OTTILIE PATTERSON
CLIFF BENNETT and THE REBEL RousERS
GEORGE BRADLEY AND his BAND
BOB BRITTON
THE IAN CAMPBELL FOLK GROUP
Francisco CAVEZ and his LATIN-AMERICAN RHYTHM
BOB CORT'S GENTLE FOLK
JOHNNY CURTIS
THE ALAN ELSDON JAZZBAND
TONY EVANS AND HIS BAND with PETER JAYE
GEORGIE FAME AND his BAND
ERIC GALLOWAY AND THE LATIN BEATS
THE HERD
PETER JEFFRIES AND his ORCHESTRA
BILLY J. KRAMER with THE DAKOTAS
Lois LANE
BOB MILLER AND THE MILLERMEN
THE BOB POTTER SIX
THE HARRY STONEHAM Trio
THE TONY WHITE SEXTET a round of records and featuring the Swingalong Tune Shop
Series edited by DEREK MILLS

Contributors

Unknown:
Chris Barber
Unknown:
Ottilie Patterson
Unknown:
Cliff Bennett
Unknown:
George Bradley
Unknown:
Bob Britton
Unknown:
Francisco Cavez
Unknown:
Johnny Curtis
Unknown:
Tony Evans
Unknown:
Peter Jaye
Unknown:
Eric Galloway
Unknown:
Peter Jeffries
Unknown:
Billy J. Kramer
Unknown:
Lois Lane
Unknown:
Bob Miller
Unknown:
Bob Potter
Edited By:
Derek Mills

This listing contains language that some may find offensive.

A series originated by Philip LEVENE which tells some of the stories from between the lines The Companion by Philip Levene
Fay Compton as Mrs. Harcourt
Mary Wimbush as Mrs. Price and Anna Burden as Miss Danby Mrs. Harcourt has had more paid companions than she can remember—' all of them useless creatures.' Then Mrs. Price arrives and she is certainly ' different.' Has Mrs. Harcourt met her matchT
Produced by KEITH Williams

Contributors

Unknown:
Fay Compton
Unknown:
Anna Burden
Unknown:
Miss Danby Mrs.
Produced By:
Keith Williams

Music for everybody with Margaret Neville, Thomas Round, Ian Paterson, BBC Chorus and the BBC Concert Orchestra, leader, Arthur Leavins
Conductor, Marcus Dods
Introduced by John Roberts
Produced by Michael Moores
Margaret Neville broadcasts by permission of Sadler's Wells Opera Company.

Contributors

Unknown:
Margaret Neville
Introduced By:
John Roberts
Produced By:
Michael Moores
Produced By:
Margaret Neville

in the company of Bill Crozier who introduces
THE SEEKERS
NEIL RICHARDSON ,
HIS PIANO, AND VELVET STRINGS
BOB BRITTON
THE ERIC DELANEY BAND
THE ROGER WEBB TRIO
SUSAN GRAY
' Phone-a-dise with your own requests
Late night disc sounds and BBC Top Tunes!
Produced by PAUL WILLIAMS

Contributors

Unknown:
Bill Crozier
Unknown:
Neil Richardson
Unknown:
Bob Britton
Unknown:
Roger Webb
Unknown:
Susan Gray
Produced By:
Paul Williams

Light Programme

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