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  • BBC RADIO 1 SUNDAY OCTOBER 24TH 1976

    6.55:as Radio 2

    8.00:Playground

    A magazine programme of interest to young listeners Introduced by David Rider and Including
    Young Ideas in Action Producer DON GEORGEContributors

    Introduced By: David Rider
    Producer: Don George
    8.32:* Motor Sport

    The Japanese Grand Prix
    The final and decisive round of the 1976 World Championship, with BARRIE GILL reporting from Fuji.8.34:Ed Stewart

    Also on VHF with Junior Choice10.00:Simon Bates

    with All There is to Hear Producer TED BESTONContributors

    Producer: Ted Beston
    13.00:Jimmy Savile

    10 The Double Top Ten Show
    2.0 Speakeasy: recorded with a specially invited audience Research BERNARD JACKSON Producers
    TED BESTON and IAN GALLContributors

    Unknown: Bernard Jackson
    Unknown: Ted Beston
    15.00:Anne Nightingale's Request Show

    Producer BERNIE ANDREWSContributors

    Producer: Bernie Andrews
    17.00:Insight

    A magazine programme that takes a close look at the people, events and developments that influence today's pop music. Introduced and edited by Stuart GrundyContributors

    Edited By: Stuart Grundy
    18.00:Tom Browne

    Also on VIIF with the Top 20
    Producer pite RITZEMA19.00:as Radio 2

    (7.2-7.30 as VHF)
    FOR THE HONOUR OF GRAYSKULL

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    • BBC RADIO 2 SUNDAY OCTOBER 24TH 1976

      6.55:New Day

      Some prayers and music for the first day of the week presented by Colin SemperContributors

      Presented By: Colin Semper
      7.00:News Summary; weatherman

      7.03:Dudley Savage

      As Prescribed
      DUDLEY SAVAGE at the organ of the ABC Theatre in Plymouth and TREDEGAK TOWN BANS conductor JOHN CHILDS with music requested for patients in hospital or at home Producer IAN CARSONContributors

      Unknown: Dudley Savage
      Conductor: John Childs
      Producer: Ian Carson
      8.03:Come Alive!

      and sing some gospel songs and choruses with the CITY TEMPLE CRUSADER CHOIR, CARDIFF THE RICHARD WILLIAMS JUNIOR SINGERS and KELVIN THOMAS
      Introduced by Wyn Calvin Producer LLOYD WALTERS BBC WalesContributors

      Unknown: Richard Williams
      Unknown: Kelvin Thomas
      Introduced By: Wyn Calvin
      Producer: Lloyd Walters
      8.32:* as Radio 1

      10.02:David Jacobs

      introduces
      Melodies for You
      BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA leader ARTHUR LEAVINS conducted by JAMES H. HOWE
      THE REGINALD LEOPOLD ORCHESTRA leader GEORGE FRENCH with NEIL JENKINS
      Producer PETER BELLContributors

      Leader: Arthur Leavins
      Conducted By: James H. Howe
      Leader: George French
      Unknown: Neil Jenkins
      Producer: Peter Bell
      11.30:People's Service

      The last in a series of three programmes from a studio in Bangor. led by REV ELWYN EDWARDS
      3: What's In It For Mef Producer ELWYN JONES BBC Wales11.55:Good Listening

      12.02:Family Favourites

      Introduced by Jean Challis Taking part:
      MARAMA MARTIN,
      Radio New Zealand ALAN GRACE,
      BFBS Cyprus and Masirah STEVE COSSER , ABC, Sydney
      Producer RAY HARVEY
      (21 November: New Zealand, BFBS Cyprus and Masirah, and Australia)
      (Requests, on postcards please, to: Family Favourites, BBC, London WIA 4WW)Contributors

      Introduced By: Jean Challis
      Introduced By: Masirah Steve Cosser
      Producer: Ray Harvey
      14.02:Listen to Les

      says Les Dawson with DAPHNE OXEN FORD and COLIN EDWYNN Music directed by BRIAN PENDLETON
      Written and produced by JAMES CASEY
      BBC Manchester
      (Repeated: Saturday 7.2 pm 1500m, and 202m Scotland)Contributors

      Unknown: Les Dawson
      Unknown: Daphne Oxen Ford
      Unknown: Colin Edwynn
      Directed By: Brian Pendleton
      Produced By: James Casey
      14.30:Hooray for Hollywood

      A celebration of 50 years of film musicals
      20: Whistle a Happy Tune
      ' Dick and Oscar disapproved of any innovation, suddenly South Pacific had become a classic in their minds and one must not tamper with a classic. Oscar wrote me and said. " Do you realise that since 1875 there has never been one change in a production of Gilbert and Sullivan?, and I replied, " How would you know: " ' (JOSHUA LOGAN) Douglas Fairbanks Jr continues the story of the songwriting partnership of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II.
      Also taking part: KEN DARBY
      DICK HAYMES
      DEBORAH KERR
      JOSHUA LOGAN
      MARY MARTIN
      RICHARD RODGERS
      Written by BENNY GREEN
      Producers JOHN BILLINGHAM and MEL houseContributors

      Unknown: Richard Rodgers
      Unknown: Ken Darby
      Unknown: Dick Haymes
      Unknown: Deborah Kerr
      Unknown: Joshua Logan
      Unknown: Mary Martin
      Unknown: Richard Rodgers
      Written By: Benny Green
      Producers: John Billingham
      Producers: Mel House
      15.30:Cue for a Song

      With the help of BBC Archives. Peter Clayton presents songs and people linked by one idea. The theme this week: Class Producer john F. muirContributors

      Unknown: Peter Clayton
      Producer: John F. Muir
      16.02:Charlie Chester

      with your Sunday Soapbox Producer RON GARDNER BBC BirminghamContributors

      Producer: Ron Gardner
      17.55:Good Listening

      18.00:as Radio 1

      19.02:(also 202m Scotland) The Gag-Crackers' Ball

      19.02:1500m only Brain of Sport

      Round 1
      A weekly nationwide quiz to find the Brain of Sport for 1976.
      This week, at the National Sports Centre, Lilleshall Hall , TONY EDWARDS , RON ROWLEY and STEVE GRIGGS take the hot seat to find out who will go forward to the second of the semi-finals later next month.
      Referee Chris Rhys
      Questionmaster Peter Joaes Devised and produced by MICHAEL TOKE-HASTINGSContributors

      Unknown: Lilleshall Hall
      Unknown: Tony Edwards
      Unknown: Ron Rowley
      Unknown: Steve Griggs
      Unknown: Chris Rhys
      Unknown: Questionmaster Peter Joaes
      Produced By: Michael Toke-Hastings
      19.30:Glamorous Nights

      Unforgettable melodies from the world of operetta and musical theatre.
      Introduced by Sam Costa Written and produced by EDWARD NASHContributors

      Introduced By: Sam Costa
      20.30:Sunday Half-Hour

      from St Macartan's Cathedral, Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh Introduced by DONALD CAIRNS with choirs of the district and PORTORA ROYAL SCHOOL BRASS ENSEMBLE
      Organist and Choirmaster WILLIAM MCBRIDE
      Conductor REGINALD SLAINE Prayer and Blessing by the Dean,
      VERY REV THOMAS CLEMENTS
      Come, thou long-expected Jesus (Hyfrydol): Be thou my vision (Slane); In the name of Jesus (Camberwell); Guide me, 0 thou great Jehovah (Cwm Rhondda); Ye holy angels bright (Darwall); All hail the pow'r of Jesu's name (Diadem); Brothers )oining hand to hand (Wenceslas); Praise, my soul, the king of heaven (Praise my soul) BBC Northern IrelandContributors

      Introduced By: Donald Cairns
      Conductor: William McBride
      Conductor: Reginald Slaine
      Unknown: Thomas Clements
      21.02:Your 100 Best Tunes

      Introduced by Alan Keith Producer JACK DABBSContributors

      Introduced By: Alan Keith
      Producer: Jack Dabbs
      22.02:Sports Desk

      22.05:Nordring 76

      The Best of British ..
      Great Britain's entry for the 1976 Nordring Radio Prize held at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness, earlier this year
      Bill Simpson takes an eccentric view of British music, past and present lain Sutherland conducts the BBC SCOTTISH RADIO ORCHESTRA leader IANTYRE with John Lawrenson
      Marilyn Hill Smith, Jim Smilie and George Mcllwham Script by FRANK SALTER
      Special musical arrangements by ROBERT DOCKER
      Producer FRANCES LINEContributors

      Unknown: Bill Simpson
      Unknown: John Lawrenson
      Unknown: Jim Smilie
      Unknown: George McLlwham
      Script By: Frank Salter
      22.45:Sounds of Jazz

      Peter Clayton with news. reviews and comment from the world of jazz. with the DAVE GOLD ORCHESTRA
      Producers LAWRIE MONK and KEITH STEWART including at 12.0
      Midnight Newsroom; weather; motoring informationContributors

      Unknown: Peter Clayton
      Unknown: Keith Stewart
      0.31:* am News Summary

      FOR THE HONOUR OF GRAYSKULL

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      • BBC RADIO 1 MONDAY OCTOBER 25TH 1976
        6.00:as Radio 2

        7.00:Noel Edmonds

        Producer DAVE TATE.Contributors

        Producer: Dave Tate.
        9.00:Tony Blackburn

        Producer DAVE ATKEYContributors

        Producer: Dave Atkey
        12.00:Paul Burnett

        Producer RON BELCHIER including at 12.30 pm Newsbeat
        Today the way it is.
        Laurie Mayer and the Newsbeat team find the news and the people making it.Contributors

        Producer: Ron Belchier
        Unknown: Laurie Mayer
        14.02:David Hamilton

        Also on VHF with the Radio Car touring the City of Edinburgh
        Producer PAUL WILLIAMSContributors

        Producer: Paul Williams
        16.30:It's D.L.T. OK!

        Producer TIM BLACKMOREContributors

        Producer: Tim Blackmore
        17.45:Newsbeat

        More news with Laurie MayerContributors

        Unknown: Laurie Mayer
        18.02:as Radio 2

        23.00:John Peel

        Also on VHF
        Producer JOHN WALTERSContributors

        Producer: John Walters
        0.00:* am as Radio 2


        FOR THE HONOUR OF GRAYSKULL

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        • BBC RADIO 2 MONDAY OCTOBER 25TH 1976
          6.00:News Summary; weather

          6.02:Colin Berry

          Producer FRANCES LINE including at
          6.15 Pause for ThoughtContributors

          Producer: Frances Line
          7.02:Terry Wogan

          Producer Geoffrey Mullin including at
          8.27 Racing Bulletin and at
          8.45 Pause for ThoughtContributors

          Producer: Geoffrey Mullin
          9.02:Pete Murray's Open House

          Producers ANGELA BOND
          ANN COLVIN , ROYSTON HERBERT
          Requests, on postcards please, to: Open House, BBC, London W1A 4WW including at 10.30
          Waggoners' Walk
          (Friday afternoon's broadcast)Contributors

          Producers: Angela Bond
          Unknown: Ann Colvin
          11.30:Jimmy Young

          Producers HARRY WALTERS and COLIN CHANDLERContributors

          Producers: Harry Walters
          Unknown: Colin Chandler
          13.50:* pm Sports Desk

          13.55:Good Listening

          14.02:David Hamilton

          as Radio 1, but including on 1500m only (also 202m Scotland)
          2.45 and 3.45 Sports Desk: with latest racing results16.30:Waggoners' Walk

          (Repeated: Tuesday 10.30 am) Written by JILL HYEM and ALAN DOWNER
          Produced and directed by PETER NOVIS , PIERS PLOWRIGHT and DAVID JOHNSTON
          Andy has broken to his children that he is leaving the family; Peter has failed to keep a date for a drink with Sophie: and Kath has made a new friend, Dora Beevers , at her slimming club. Cast: page 58Contributors

          Written By: Jill Hyem
          Directed By: Peter Novis
          Directed By: Piers Plowright
          Directed By: David Johnston
          Unknown: Dora Beevers
          16.45:Sports Desk

          with latest racing results16.47:John Dunn

          An afternoon miscellany of words and music
          Producers JOHN MELOY and BARBARA PAGE including at
          5.45 Sports Desk: with latest racing resultsContributors

          Producers: John Meloy
          18.45:Sports Desk

          A round-up of the day's news, with classified racing results19.02:Pop Score

          A game that adds up to questions of pop and popular music. Popping the questions Pete Murray
          And hoping to score off each other
          Tony Blackburn, Johnny More v
          Terry Wogan. Duggle Brown Compiled and produced by RICHARD WILLCOXContributors

          Unknown: Pete Murray
          Unknown: Terry Wogan.
          Produced By: Richard Willcox
          19.30:Alan Dell

          7.3t The Dance Band Days
          A selection of British dance band favourites
          8.2 Stereo The Big Band Sound Producer LAWRIE MONK21.02:Humphrey Lyttelton

          with The Best of Jazz on records Producer KEITH STEWARTContributors

          Producer: Keith Stewart
          22.02:Sports Desk

          22.05:Star Sound

          A musical look at the world of films.
          ' Henry Mancini put me on the right track when he said - melody is the name of the game.' idneyW.Samnelsonintroduces a preview of Filmharmonic 76 which highlights the music of Richard Rodney Ben nett, Bernard Herrmann and John Williams.
          You Asked for It!: a selection of listeners' requests picked from the postbag.
          FamilyFilms:answersand winners of the 'Bugsy Malone ' competition.
          Introduced by David Bellan Written and compiled by LYN FAIRHURST
          Requests, on postcards please, to: Star Sound, BBC, London W1A 4WWContributors

          Unknown: Henry Mancini
          Unknown: Richard Rodney Ben
          Unknown: Bernard Herrmann
          Unknown: John Williams.
          Unknown: Bugsy Malone
          Introduced By: David Bellan
          23.02:Michael Meech

          1500m only (also 202m Scotland) VHF joins Radio 1 with The Late Show0.00:* am

          Midnight Newsroom; weather; motoring information

          FOR THE HONOUR OF GRAYSKULL

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