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BBC Radio 1 England

In Concert

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Greenslade Bryn Haworth
Introduced by ALAN BLACK Producer JEFF GRIFFIN
BBC Two England

The Old Grey Whistle Test

Bob Harris with the news, views, and sounds of today's music Bryn Haworth Robin Trower plus album tracks, films, guests
Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer Michael appleton
BBC Radio 1 England

In Concert

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Bob Harris introduces some of the solo artists who have been In Concert during 1975: Harvey Andrews and Graham Cooper
Chris De Burgh. Gordon Glltrap Bryn Haworth. Alan Hull Country Joe McDonald Don McLean. Melanie Steve Tilston
Loudon Wainwright
Producer JEFF GRIFFIN
BBC Radio 1 England

Greenbelt 79

Richard Skinner reports on the sixth annual Christian Rock Festival held this weekend at Odell Castle estate, Bedfordshire. Among the artists appearing at the festival are Cliff Richard , After the Fire. Bryn Haworth. Randy Stonehill (from the USA) and Garth Hewitt Researcher TIM DEAN
Producer MALCOLM BROWN
BBC One London

The Rock Gospel Show

With Alvin Stardust and Sheila Walsh
Tonight one of Britain's best-loved gospel stars, Bryn Haworth is in the studio with Alvin and Sheila.
On film from America are De Garmo and Key and Mylon Le Fevre.
Also in the studio is Stephanie Lawrence.
Assistant producer ANN RICHARDSON Series producer JIM MURRAY (R)
BBC One London

Songs of Praise

Pam Rhodes discovers the magic of the North York Moors, and meets a variety of locals, including ITV's Heartbeat star Kazia Pelka.
Bryn Haworth performs his new arrangement of Morning Has Broken, while hymns, sung in St Hilda's parish church, Whitby, include Praise to the Lord, the Almighty; Song of Caedmon; and Jesus Is Lord! (S) (W)
BBC Radio 1 England

In Concert

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Clancy, Bryn Haworth
Introduced by PETER DRUMMOND Producer JEFF GRIFFIN
BBC Two England

Songs of Searching

Fifteen minutes of contemporary music for Sunday evening. This week Bryn Haworth
Research TONY jasper
Producer CARISTOPHER MANN
BBC Radio 1 England

In Concert

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The Steve Gibbons Band Bryn Haworth
Introduced by PETE DRUMMOND Producer JEFF GRIFFIN
BBC Radio 1 England

In Concert

Bryn Haworth
Gay and Terry Woods
BBC Two England

The Old Grey Whistle Test

In the studio Gong and Bryn Haworth
Introduced by Bob Harris
Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON






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