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BBC Radio 2

The Saturday Show

Ralph Elphinstone introduces Peter Knight conducting THE RADIO ORCHESTRA With FRIDAY BROWN, DESIGN
DENNIS WALTON 'S VINTAGE SIX
LORNE GIBSON TRIO
Producer ROYSTON HERBERT
BBC Radio 4 FM

Milligna

or Your Favourite Spike
A series of uncorrected mishaps, mistakes and misdeeds perpetrated by Spike Milligan misaligned with JOHN BLUTHAL , VILMA HOLLINGBERY ALAN CLARE and his QUARTET Guest singer Friday Brown
Script by SPIKE MILLIGAN , PETER SPENCE and CHRISTOPHER LANGHAM Producer JOHN BROWELL
(Vilma Hollingbery is in ' The Man Most Likely To at the Duke of York's Theatre, London)
BBC Radio 2

Jackie Rae's Made in Britain

with Frankie Vaughan Friday Brown
The winner of the new song-writer competition and SAFFRON CITY
THE PETER KNIGHT ORCHESTRA
Musical associate NICK INGMAN Producer DAVID RAYVERN ALLEN
BBC Radio 2

Dancing to Midnight

Ray Moore presents Big Band Night with the RADIO big BAND conductors ALAN MOORHOUSE and MALCOLM LOCKYER With DANNY STREET
FRIDAY BROWN, THE MEXICANS HEDLEY KAY AND BROCK
Producer BEVERLEY PHILLIPS
BBC Radio 2

Night Ride

Introduced by Robin Boyle This week's guests include: WALLY WHYTON
SAFFRON CITY
BONE IDLE and FRIDAY BROWN
THE NEW FACES
SID PHILLIPS AND HIS BAND
STELLA AND BAMBOS KARL DENVER TRIO
NORMA WINSTONE with the COLIN PURBROOK TRIO
SCOTT PETERS with the RADIO BIG BAND conducted by FRANK WEIR
BBC NORTHERN DANCE ORCHESTRA conductor BERNARD HERRMANN BBC MIDLAND LIGHT ORCHESTRA conducted by GORDON FRANKS Producers PAM COX and GEOFFREY MULLIN
BBC Radio 2

Joe Henderson

introduces the SINGALONGS THE MICHAEL JOHN SIX
THE RADIO ORCHESTRA conducted by PAUL FENOULHET and studio guests Friday Brown
TheBillGeldardTentet Producer BARBARA pack
BBC Radio 4 FM

Milligna

or Your Favourite Spike
A series of uncorrected mishaps, mistakes and misdeeds perpetrated by Spike Milligan misaligned with JOHN BLUTHAL , VILMA ROLLINGBERY ALAN CLARE and his QUARTET Guest singer Friday Brown Script by SPIKE MILLIGAN PETER SPENCE and CHRISTOPHER LANGHAM
Producer JOHN BROWELL
(Vilma Hollingbery is in ' The Man Most Likely To ' at the Duke of York's Theatre, London)
BBC Radio 2

Bill Maynard

welcomes you to 30 minutes of this and that, with FRIDAY
BROWN, THE KEN MOULE BIG BAND Producer STEVE ALLEN
BBC Two England

George Hamilton IV and Other Folk

Although a dedicated country stylist himself, America's ambassador of country music says ' Yippee ' to most other forms of singing entertainment including: The old and yet very new sound of The King's Singers
The smooth playing and singing of Friday Brown and listens amazed to the musical zeal of Adge Cutler 's Wurzels
Recorded at Cesars Club, Luton Musical director JEREMY LUBBOCK Director MIKE BEGG
Producer DOUGLAS HESPE
BBC Radio 2

Windsor Davies Presents....

The Multi-National Eisteddfod Show
A variety bill featuring the best acts from the world of entertainment This week's stars are Aiden J. Harvey Friday Brown Arthur Askey Music by THE MAX HARRIS ORCHESTRA Written by PETER SPENCE JIMMY MULVILLE and RORY MCGRATH
Producer RICHARD WILLCOX
BBC Radio 2

Hilversum Greets Radio 2

The last in a series of BBC/NOS co-productions Introduced in Holland by Aad Bos with Friday Brown
Mike Redway
JASPER VAN T' HOP (keyboards)
PIET NORDIJK (alto Sax) the METROPOLE ORCHESTRA conducted by DOLF VAN DER LINDEN
Producer ROBIN SEDGLEY and JAN VAN RIEMSDIJK
11.2 Sports Desk






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