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BBC Radio 2

SUNDAY HALF-HOUR

Community hymn-singing from St. Giles and St. Nicholas Parish Church, Sidmouth, Devon
Introduced by JEREMY CARRAD
Conductor, H. SELWOOD
Organist, A. W. J. MACER
Prayer and blessing by THE REV. E. H. SOUTTAR
0 for a thousand tongues to sing
(Lyngham)
PraLie to the Holiest in the height
(Gerontius)
Alleluja, sing to Jesus (Hyfrydol) Jesus, if still the same thou art
( Careys)
When God of old came down from heaven (Winchester Old)
Sun of my soul (Abends)
Fill thou my life. 0 Lord my God
(St. Fulbert)
Love divine, all loves excelling
(BJaenwern)
BBC Radio 2

Waggoners' Walk

(Repeated: Mon 12.15 pm) Written by MARGARET SIMPSON
Directed by ANTON GILL and JOHN CARDY
Clatre Nash finds herself increasingly happy in Bill Ashton 's company; Mike has a showdown with Milton Monk about his connection with Croesus Properties ; he's going to finish with Birmingham and return to the Herald and the campaign to save Waggoners' Walk.
BBC Radio 2

Sunday Half-Hour

from St Nicholas Church, East Dereham. Norfolk
Introduced by DAVID self Conductor
GRAHAM DICKERSON
Organist NEVILLE MOON Prayer and Blessing by THE REV JEREMY SAVILLE
Father, Lord of all creation (Abbots Leigh ); Hark, my soul (Fifer's Lane); Come, thou long-expected Jesus (Cross of Jesus); As pants the hart (Martyrdom); Lo, he comes with clouds descending (Helmsley); Lord Jesus Christ (Living Lord); 0 for a closer walk with God (Stracathro); Love divine, all loves excelling (Blaenwern); Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendour (St Helen)
BBC Birmingham
BBC Radio 2

Sunday Half-Hour

from Hurstpierpoint College, Sussex Introduced by Jeremy Carrad conductor NICHOLAS SEARLS Organist
CHRISTOPHER MOORE
Prayer and Blessing by THE REV GERALD BUSS 0 praise ye the Lord; Jesus, good above all other: Lift high the cross; Let all the world in every corner sing;
Praise the Lord, rise up rejoicing; Eternal Father, strong to save; Jubilate Deo; Blest are the pure In heart; The day thou gavest: Thine be the glory. BBC Bristol
BBC Radio 2

Sunday Half-Hour

from St Thomas 's
Church, Salisbury with choirs and congregations of the area. Introduced by Jeremy Carrad conductor
GARNET SWATRIDGE
Organist NICHOLAS BRAY Prayer and Blessing
THE VEN NIGEL MCCULLOCH , ARCHDEACON OF SALISBURY Hymns: Ye holy angels; Just as I am; Hills of the north: Who can express? (Wesley); In the cross of Christ: Lord of the dance; Psalm 23 (Schubert); Now the day is over; Jerusalem BBC Bristol
BBC Radio 2

The News Huddlines

Roy Hudd laughs at the news with Chris Emmett. Nichola McAuliffe and THE HUDDLINERS
Written by JAMES HENDRIE , RICHARD QUICK. CHARLIE ADAMS , NICK REVELL. IAN BROWN. JEREMY BROWNE ,
GEOFFREY ATKINSON. TREVOR MCCALLUM. TREVOR COOPER , JOHN COLLEE , MARTIN BOOTH, JON LEA. PETER HICKEY and others
(Roy Hudd is in ' Oliver ' at the Hippodrome
Theatre, Birmingham)
BBC Radio 2

Funny You Should Sing That

Jeremy Nicholas begins an affectionate took at 100 years of British comic song-writing. Helped this week with words and music from GUS ELEN. RONALD
FRANKAU, TOMMY CONNOR. FLANDERS AND SWANN and NOEL COWARD among others.
Producer IAN GARDHOUSE
(First broadcast on Radio 4)
BBC Radio 2

Funny You Should Sing That

Jeremy Nicholas with his second look at 100 years of British songwriting, helped this week by words and music from, among others,
BERNARD CRIBBINS
DOUGLAS BYNG , INSTANT SUNSHINE and RONNIE BARKER
Producer IAN GARDHOUSE (First broadcast on Radio 4)
BBC Radio 2

Funny You Should Sing That

Jeremy Nicholas continues his affectionate look at 100 years of British songwriting, helped this week by words and music from The Western Brothers, Gilbert and Sullivan. Max Miller and Flanders and Swann among others, when he investigates the subject of partnerships. Producer IAN GARDHOUSE
BBC Radio 2

Carnival of the Animals

Jeremy Nicholas narrates his own version of events surrounding the Grande fantaisie zoologique by Camille Saint-Saens .
The zookeeper pianists are David Nettle and Richard Markham. Menagerie managed by producer DAVID BELLINGER BBC Pebble Mill
BBC Radio 2

Someone and the Grumbleweeds

Meet the Grumbleweeds - Graham, Maurice and Robin - and this week's 'Someone',
Nicholas Parsons
Written by MIKE CRAIG RON MCDONNELL
EDDIE BRABEN , JOHN BROWN and RICHARD JONES
Lyrics by JEREMY BROWNE Producer MIKE CRAIG BBC North West
BBC Radio 2

Hullo Children.... Everywhere

Early years of the children's record request programme, Children's
Favourites, remembered by Jeremy Nicholas.
With likely contributions from Max Bygraves , Danny Kaye ,
Roy Rogers , Shirley Abicair , Beauty the Talking Budgerigar, and the Obemkirchen Children's Choir (of course).
Producer Ian Gardhouse
(First broadcast on Radio 4)
BBC Radio 2

Hullo Children, Everywhere

Jeremy Nicholas 's celebration of the early years of children's record request programmes. Part 2: 1956 to 1962.
With contributions from
Derek McCulloch ('Uncle Mac'), Mandy Miller , Peter Brough and Archie Andrews as well as the Playmates, Eve Boswell,
Michael Holliday , Ping Ping and Al Verlane ,
Brian Hyland , Tommy Steele , Reginald Gardiner , Alma Cogan and Danny Kaye.
Producer Ian Gardhouse
(First broadcast on Radio 4)
BBC Radio 2

Hullo Children, Everywhere

The last part of an occasional series in which Jeremy Nicholas celebrates the children's record request programme. Today he looks at the 60s and 70s, a period that includes the end of Children's
Favourites on the old
Light Programme and the start of Junior Choice on the newly created Radio 1. Producer Ian Gardhouse
(First broadcast on Radio 4)
BBC Radio 2

Jeremy Nicholas

delves into the BBC
Gramophone Library. This week his subject heading is Trains, from Orient Express to Pacific 231.
Producer Anthony Wills
BBC Radio 2

Jeremy Nicholas

selects music on the theme of trains.
BBC Radio 2

Jeremy Nicholas

delves into the BBC
Gramophone Library. Today: a selection of records about roses. Producer Anthony Wills
BBC Radio 2

Jeremy Nicholas

For Children in Need week, music inspired by and written for children. Producer Anthony Wills






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