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BBC Radio 4 FM

Come to the Cabaret

An entertainment on gramophone records, presented by Peter Clayton Producer
CHRISTINE HARDWICK
BBC Radio 4 FM

Come to the Cabaret

While Parliament's away. A late-night entertainment on gramophone records, presented by Peter Clayton.
BBC Radio 4 FM

Come to the Cabaret

Gramophone records, presented by Peter Clayton
BBC Radio 4 FM

Come to the Cabaret

An entertainment on gramophone records, presented by Peter Clayton
BBC Radio 4 FM

Come to the Cabaret

Records presented by Feter Clayton
BBC Radio 4 FM

Come to the Cabaret

An entertainment on gramophone records, presented by Peter Clayton
BBC Radio 4 FM

Come to the Cabaret

A late-night entertainment on gramophone records. presented by Peter Clayton Producer
CHRISTINE HARDWICK
BBC Radio 4 FM

Come to the Cabaret

An entertainment on gramophone records, presented b) Peter Clayton
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Last Cabaret Before the Ml

An entertainment in the company of Fran Landesman , songwriter and poet, with her friends Arnold Brown
John Cooper Clarke and Frances de la Tour
Musical arrangements by MATTHEW FREEMAN (piano) DON LAWSON (drums) and JOHN PRISEMAN (bass) Singer JILL MARTIN
Stage direction BOB HOWE Producer ALAN NIXON long wave only
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Last Cabaret Before the M1

Fran Landesman, songwriter and poet
with Arnold Brown, John Cooper Clarke, Frances de la Tour
Musical arrangements by Matthew Freeman (piano) Don Lawson (drums) John Priseman (bass) and singer Jill Martin
(Stereo) (Repeat)
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Cabaret Upstairs

New variety acts from London's thriving fringe circuit.
Recorded at the Hemingford
Arms, Islington, North London. Researched by NICK SYMONS and the producer ALAN NIXON
Stereo
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Cabaret Upstairs

New variety acts from London's thriving fringe circuit.
Recorded at the Hemingford
Arms, Islington, North London. Researched by NICK SYMONS and the producer ALAN NIXON
Stereo
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Cabaret Upstairs

Variety from London's fringe Stereo
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Cabaret Upstairs

Variety acts from London's fringe
Stereo
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Cabaret Upstairs

New variety acts from London's fringe circuit
Stereo
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Cabaret Upstairs

The last of six programmes
(Details on Friday at 6.30pm) Stereo
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Cabaret Upstairs

New variety acts from London's thriving fringe circuit. Recorded at the Hemingford Arms, Islington, in North London.
Researched by NICK SYMONS and the producer ALAN NIXON Stereo
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Cabaret Upstairs

New variety acts from London's thriving fringe circuit.
Recorded at the Hemingford
Arms, Islington, North London. Researched by NICK SYMONS and the producer ALAN NIXON Stereo
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Cabaret Upstairs

(Details on Friday at 6.30pm) Stereo






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