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    BBC RADIO 1 SATURDAY MARCH 22ND 1975

    6.00:as Radio 2


    8.06:Ed Stewart

    Also on VHF with Junior Choice Producer DON GEORGE including at
    8.45* Headline Spotters
    Children discuss the newsContributors

    Producer: Don George


    10.00:Rosko

    Producer DAVE PRICE

    13.00:Neil Diamond's Top Twelve

    Also on VHF
    BRIAN MATTHEW invites a leading personality to choose 12 favourite tracks to make up his own personal album.
    Producer STUART GRUNDYContributors

    Unknown: Brian Matthew
    Producer: Stuart Grundy


    14.00:Alan Freeman

    Also on VHF
    Producer TONY WILSONContributors

    Producer: Tony Wilson


    17.00:John Peel

    Also on VHF with news, reviews and comment on the Rock Week Producer JOHN WALTERSContributors

    Producer: John Walters


    18.30:In Concert

    Also on VHF
    The Kiki Dee Band
    Introduced by PETE DRUMMOND
    Producer JEFF GRIFFINContributors

    Unknown: Kiki Dee
    Introduced By: Pete Drummond
    Producer: Jeff Griffin


    19.30:as Radio 2


    0.33:* am Closedown

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    BBC RADIO 2 SATURDAY MARCH 22ND 1975
    6.00:News Summary; weather


    6.02:Bruce Wyndham

    with The Early Show Producer JACK DABBS including at
    8.3 Racing BulletinContributors

    Producer: Jack Dabbs


    8.06:' as Radio 1


    10.02:Charlie Chester

    Your Smiling Saturday Show Producer MICHAEL FORDContributors

    Producer: Michael Ford


    12.02:The Fred Astaire Story

    (BING CROSBY)
    David Niven begins a 13-part tribute to one of the greatest entertainers of the century. 1: Curtain Up
    A summary of Astaire's life and career with the help of: Fred Astaire , Adele Astaire Ava Astaire , Irving Berlin George Burns
    Richard Chamberlain
    Cyd Charisse. Bing Crosby
    Stanley Donen , Sir John Gielgud Sheilah Graham , Bob Hope Gene Kelly , Michael Kidd
    Claire Luce , Johnny Mercer Ann Miller , Janis Paige
    Hermes Pan , Richard Quine Ginger Rogers , Herbert Ross Harry Warren
    Written by BENNY GREEN
    Producer JOHN BILLINGHAM
    A RADIO TIMES Special on sale at newsagents: price 50pContributors

    Unknown: David Niven
    Unknown: Fred Astaire
    Unknown: Adele Astaire
    Unknown: Ava Astaire
    Unknown: Irving Berlin
    Unknown: George Burns
    Unknown: Richard Chamberlain
    Unknown: Cyd Charisse.
    Unknown: Bing Crosby
    Unknown: Stanley Donen
    Unknown: Sir John Gielgud
    Unknown: Sheilah Graham
    Unknown: Bob Hope
    Unknown: Gene Kelly
    Unknown: Michael Kidd
    Unknown: Claire Luce
    Unknown: Johnny Mercer
    Unknown: Ann Miller
    Unknown: Janis Paige
    Unknown: Hermes Pan
    Unknown: Richard Quine
    Unknown: Ginger Rogers
    Unknown: Herbert Ross
    Unknown: Harry Warren
    Written By: Benny Green
    Producer: John Billingham


    13.02:I'm Ken, He's Bill

    1500m only (also 202m Scotland) VHF joins Radio 1 with SUZANNE KERCHISS
    APRIL WALKER and PAT COOMBS in Baby Talk featuring
    Written by RICHARD MATHEWS and JOHN DAVIS Producer EDWARD TAYLOR
    (Repeated: Sunday 7.2 pm)Contributors

    Unknown: Suzanne Kerchiss
    Unknown: April Walker
    Unknown: Pat Coombs
    Written By: Richard Mathews
    Written By: John Davis
    Producer: Edward Taylor
    Ken: Peter Cleall
    Bill: Derek Seaton
    Mrs Platt: Patricia Hayes


    13.30:Sport on 2

    1500m only (also 202m Scotland) VHF joins Radio 1
    Introduced by Alan Parry
    1.40; 2.10; 2.50*
    Racing from Doncaster featuring the first big flat race of the season, The Lincoln
    2.15 Brocklesby Stakes
    2.55 Irish Sweeps Lincoln H'cap Commentators PETER BROMLEY and MICHAEL SETH-SMITH
    Together with other results
    1.30; 2.20; 3.45; 5.0*
    Football League Special
    Exclusive live commentary on one of the top matches of the day, score-flashes from five other grounds, scores and re-suits as they come in, with classified checks at 5.0 and 5.45%
    1.45; 3.0; 5.25*
    Rugby Union featuring the County Championship Final
    Can Eastern Counties, fresh from their shock win over Lancashire and playing in their first Championship Final since 1948. now go to Kingsholm and topple the title holders, Gloucestershire. on theirown ground? News of the Final throughout the afternoon, with commentary on the first half by PETER WEST and CHRIS REA plus expert analysis from former international referee MIKE TITCOMBE.
    1.50; 2.0; 2.20; 5.30* International Badminton
    The 65th All-England Championships
    Finals Day at the Empire Pool, Wembley, and you can hear commentary and reports by NORMAN CUDDEFORD , with expert assessment by JUDY HASH-MAN, winner of ten All-England Ladies Singles Championships.
    4.42*
    Sports Report Timetable
    1.30 News/Prospects
    2.0 Badminton; 2.10 Racing
    2.20 Badminton/Football
    2.50 Racing; 3.0 Rugby
    3.45 Football half-times
    3.55 Football commentary
    4.42 Sports Report
    5.8 Classified Football
    5.25 Rugby Round-up
    5.40 Classified Racing/Football Events may alter timings
    A Radio Sports Unit productionContributors

    Introduced By: Alan Parry
    Commentators: Peter Bromley
    Commentators: Chris Rea
    Unknown: Mike Titcombe.
    Unknown: Norman Cuddeford


    18.03:Strike Up the Band

    1500m only (also 202m Scotland) VHF joins Radio 1
    THE HAMMONDS SAUCE WORKS BAND conductor GEOFFREY WHITHAM Introduced by James Alexander Gordon Producer ALLAN GILESContributors

    Conductor: Geoffrey Whitham
    Introduced By: James Alexander Gordon
    Producer: Allan Giles


    18.30:Let's Go Latin

    1500m only (also 202m Scotland) VHF joins Radio 1
    David Gell invites you to a fiesta of Latin-American music, featuring this week LOS ZAFIROS Producer PETER CHISWELLContributors

    Unknown: David Gell
    Unknown: Los Zafiros
    Producer: Peter Chiswell


    19.02:Hello Cheeky

    1500m only (also 202m Scotland) VHF joins Radio 1

    19.30:Radio 2 Top Tunes

    BBC NORTHERN RADIO ORCHESTRA conductor NEIL RICHARDSON
    BBC MIDLAND RADIO ORCHESTRA conduotor NORRIE PARAMOR play the week's most popular tunes from Radio 2 programmes Introduced by Joe HendersonContributors

    Conductor: Neil Richardson
    Unknown: Norrie Paramor
    Introduced By: Joe Henderson


    20.30:Gateway to Europe

    Tony Brandon looks back over the last few years at some well-known songs that won the Eurovision Song Contest, and some that didn't. With the help of BRIAN FAHEY and the SCOTTISH RADIO ORCHESTRA
    Producer HUMPHREY WALWYNContributors

    Unknown: Tony Brandon
    Unknown: Brian Fahey


    21.00:Eurovision Song Contest 1975

    from Stockholm
    Live coverage of the final to decide the best new European popular song of the year.
    The United Kingdom entry Let Me Be the One written by PAUL CURTIS sung by The Shadows
    Terry Wogan sets the scene, and provides an on-the-spot commentary.Contributors

    Written By: Paul Curtis
    Unknown: Terry Wogan


    22.45:Alan Dell

    with Mustc Through Midnight Producers BILL BEBB
    B-ARBARA PAGE, MEL HOUSE and at 12.0
    Midnight Newsroom; weather

    0.31:News Summary


    0.33:* Closedown

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    BBC RADIO 1 SUNDAY MARCH 23RD 1975


    6.55:as Radio 2


    8.32:Ed Stewart

    Also on VHF with Junior Choice
    Producer DON GEORGEContributors

    Producer: Don George


    10.00:Paul Burnett

    With All There is to HearContributors

    Producer: Mike Hawkes


    13.00:Jimmy Savile

    1.9 The Double Top Ten Show
    2.0 Savile's Travels Producer TED BESTONContributors

    Producer: Ted Beston


    15.00:The Dave Lee Travis Request Show

    Producer PETE RITZEMAContributors

    Producer: Pete Ritzema


    17.00:The Story of Pop: 12: Bring it on Home

    Contributors

    Introduced by: Alan Freeman
    Writer: Keith Skues
    Writer: John Pidgeon
    Series consultant: Charlie Gillett
    Series editor: Keith Skues
    Series producer: Tim Blackmore


    18.00:Tom Browne

    Also on VHF with the Top 20
    Producer MIKE HAWKESContributors

    Producer: Mike Hawkes


    19.00:Quiz Kid 75

    Chairman Alan Freeman
    The search for the boy or girl who knows the most about pop music, organised in co-operation with the NAYC. Grand Final from the Paris Studio, London
    Producer TONY BALEContributors

    Unknown: Alan Freeman
    Producer: Tony Bale


    19.30:as Radio 2


    0.33:* am Closedown

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    BBC RADIO 2 SUNDAY MARCH 23RD 1975

    6.55:New Day

    Some prayers and music for the first day of the week. Introduced by COLIN SEMPERContributors

    Introduced By: Colin Semper


    7.00:News Summary; weather


    7.03:Dudley Savage: As Prescribed

    Dudley Savage at the organ of the ABC Theatre in Plymouth and the BBC NORTHERN IRELAND ORCHESTRA conductor KENNETH ALWYN with music requested for patients in hospital or at home Producer BILL LAIRDContributors

    Unknown: Dudley Savage
    Conductor: Kenneth Alwyn


    8.03:Gospel Road

    Devised and presented by Alastair Pirrie
    Producer DAVID WINTERContributors

    Presented By: Alastair Pirrie
    Producer: David Winter


    8.30:as Radio 1


    10.03:David Jacobs

    Introduces Melodies for You BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA leader ARTHUR LEAVINS conducted by KENNETH ALWYN REGINALD LEOPOLD ORCHESTRA With BRIAN RAYNER COOK
    Producer ROBERT BOWMANContributors

    Leader: Arthur Leavins
    Conducted By: Kenneth Alwyn
    Conducted By: Reginald Leopold
    Unknown: Brian Rayner
    Producer: Robert Bowman


    11.30:People's Service

    from the Edinburgh studios.
    The last of three programmes led by GORDON SIMPSON . Minister of Currie Kirk , Midlothian.Contributors

    Unknown: Gordon Simpson
    Unknown: Currie Kirk


    12.02:Family Favourites

    Introduced by Sandi Jones ROD MCNEIL , ABC, Sydney
    MARAMA MARTIN , NZBC, Wellington
    BILL PAUL , CBC, Toronto
    KAY DONNELLY , BFBS, Malta
    Producer PAM COX
    (13 April: Australia, New Zealand, Canada and British Forces in Singapore and Gan. Requests. on postcards please, to Family Favourites,' BBC, London W1A 4WW)Contributors

    Introduced By: Sandi Jones
    Introduced By: Rod McNeil
    Unknown: Marama Martin
    Unknown: Bill Paul
    Unknown: Kay Donnelly
    Producer: Pam Cox


    14.02:Hello Cheeky

    Conceived and performed bv
    Barry Cryer , Tim Brooke-Taylor John Junkin
    (who also claim they wrote It) With THE DENIS KING TRIO
    Producer BOB OLIVER ROGERS
    CRepeated: Saturday 7.2 pm)Contributors

    Unknown: Barry Cryer
    Unknown: Tim Brooke-Taylor
    Unknown: John Junkin
    Producer: Bob Oliver Rogers


    14.30:Wodehouse on Broadway

    Ian Carmichael tells the story of a neglected aspect of the work of P. G. Wodehouse , whose career as a lyricist/ lioretttst In the musical theatre broke new ground.
    The programme includes extracts from one of the last radio interviews Wodehouse ever gave.
    With the help of INDIA ADAMS Written by BENNY GREEN Producer STEVE alumContributors

    Unknown: Ian Carmichael
    Unknown: P. G. Wodehouse
    Written By: Benny Green
    Producer: Steve Alum


    15.30:Teddy Johnson

    presents The Vocal Touch Written by KEN BARNES Producer JOHN MELOYContributors

    Written By: Ken Barnes
    Producer: John Meloy


    16.02:Charlie Chester

    with your Sunday Soapbox also featuring Percy Edwards Producer RON GARDNERContributors

    Unknown: Percy Edwards
    Producer: Ron Gardner


    18.00:as Radio 1


    19.02:I'm Ken, He's Bill

    Baby Talk

    19.30:Semprini Serenade

    BBC RADIO ORCHESTRA leader MICHAEL TOMALIN conducted by Vilem Tausky Producer JOHN MELOYContributors

    Leader: Michael Tomalin
    Conducted By: Vilem Tausky
    Producer: John Meloy


    20.30:Sunday Half-Hour

    Introduced by Douglas AITKEN from King's College Chapel, Aberdeen University, with the Chapel choir and a congregation of students from the University.
    Organist PETER INNESS
    Prayer and Blessing by REV DR ALAN MAIN. Chaplain to the University.
    The Lord of heav'n confess (St John); Of the Father's love begotten (Corde Natus); We sing the pra.ise of him who died (Walton): Now the green blade riseth (Noel Nouvelet); Spirit of God (Gerontius): Lord. in the fulness of my might (University): Almighty Father of aU things that be (Chilton Foliat ); The Saviour dy'd, but rose again (St Andrew); All praise to thee, my God. this night (Tallis' Canon)Contributors

    Introduced By: Douglas Aitken
    Organist: Peter Inness
    Unknown: Chilton Foliat


    21.02:Your 100 Best Tunes

    Introduced by Alan Keith Producer PETER CHISWELLContributors

    Introduced By: Alan Keith
    Producer: Peter Chiswell


    22.02:Brass and Strings

    BBC RADIO ORCHESTRA conducted by LEON YOUNG THE BAND OF
    THE QUEEN'S REGIMENT
    (Territorial and Volunteer Reserve) Bandmaster
    EDWARD CLARKE Introduced by James Alexander Gordon Producer ALLAN GILESContributors

    Conducted By: Leon Young
    Unknown: Edward Clarke
    Introduced By: James Alexander Gordon
    Producer: Allan Giles


    23.02:Sounds of Jazz

    Peter Clayton with news, reviews and comment from the world of jazz with BARRIE FORGIE BIG BAND Producers LAWRIE MONK and KF.ITH STEWART Including at 12.0
    Midnight Newsroom; weatherContributors

    Unknown: Peter Clayton
    Unknown: Barrie Forgie


    0.31:News Summary


    0.33:* Closedown

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    BBC RADIO 1 MONDAY MARCH 24TH 1975

    6.00:as Radio 2


    7.00:Noel Edmonds

    Producer DAVE TATEContributors

    Producer: Dave Tate


    9.00:Tony Blackburn

    Producer ROGER PUSEYContributors

    Producer: Roger Pusey


    12.00:Johnnie Walker

    Producer RON BELCHIER including at 12.30 Newsbeat
    Today the wav 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
    Producer PAUL WILLIAMSContributors

    Producer: Paul Williams


    17.00:Newsbeat

    More news with Laurie MayerContributors

    Unknown: Laurie Mayer


    17.15:John Peel

    with Top Gear
    Producer JOHN WALTERSContributors

    Producer: John Walters


    19.00:as Radio 2


    0.33:* am Closedown

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    BBC RADIO 2 MONDAY MARCH 24TH 1975

    6.00:News Summary; weather


    6.02:Simon Bates

    with The Early Show Producer GEOFF including at
    6.45 Pause lor Thought
    A selection from Pause for Thought, 25p, from bookshops

    7.02:Terry Wogan

    Producer DENIS O' KEEFFE including at
    8.27 Racing Bulletin and at
    8.45 Pause for ThoughtContributors

    Producer: Denis O' Keeffe


    9.02:Pete Murray's Open House

    Producers DENYS JONES ANGELA BOND. JACK DAUBS
    (Requests, on postcards please, to ' Open House,' BBC. London WI 4WW) including at 10.30
    Waggoners' Walk NW (Friday afternoon's broadcast)

    11.30:Jimmy Young

    Producers HARRY WALTERS and ANN COLVINContributors

    Producers: Harry Walters
    Unknown: Ann Colvin


    13.45:Ricochet

    (Friday evening's broadcast'

    14.02:David Hamilton

    as Radio 1 but including
    (1500m. also 202m Scotland)
    2.45, 3.45 and 4.45 Sports Desk: with up-to-the-mmute racing results

    17.02:Waggoners' Walk NW

    (Repeated: Tuesday 10.30 am) Producers PIERS PLOWRIGHT and DAVID JOHNSTON
    Drake Douglas has walked back into Lynn's life; Julie Jardine has become increasingly dependent on Ben; and Ken Thurs -ton has been settled in at the Hampstead Herald by Debbie Franks , his fellow trainee, and knocked out by Mrs Tandy. Cast: page 58Contributors

    Producers: Piers Plowright
    Producers: David Johnston
    Unknown: Julie Jardine
    Unknown: Ken Thurs
    Unknown: Debbie Franks
    Unknown: Mrs Tandy.


    17.17:Sam Costa

    Producer FRANCES LINE including at
    5.45 Sports Desk: with up-to-the-minute racing results

    18.35:Ricochet

    (Repeated: Tuesday 1.45 pm) starring Ray Barrett as Michael John O'Shea
    Margaret Wolfit as Jan Paxton Alexander John as Dusty Miller and Douglas Blackwell
    Edward Kelsey. Gretta Gourlet Devised and written by TONY SCOTT VEITCH. Producer
    ALASTAIR SCOTT JOHNSTON
    The theme music of Ricochet played by Norrie Paramor and the BBC Midland Radio Orchestra is available in stereo on a BBC record, RESL 20, price 55pContributors

    Unknown: Ray Barrett
    Unknown: Michael John O'Shea
    Unknown: Margaret Wolfit
    Unknown: Jan Paxton
    Unknown: Alexander John
    Unknown: Douglas Blackwell
    Unknown: Edward Kelsey.
    Written By: Tony Scott Veitch.
    Unknown: Alastair Scott Johnston
    Played By: Norrie Paramor


    18.45:Sports Desk

    A round-up of the day's news, With classified racing results.

    19.02:Mike Yarwood

    says Be My Guest as he plays a few records that remind him of some of the milestones in his career.
    Producer RICHARD BURWOOD

    19.30:Alan Dell

    7.30 The Dance Band Days
    A selection of British dance band favourites.
    Producer LAWRIE MONK
    8.2 The Big Band Sound Stereo Producer JOHN HOOPERContributors

    Producer: John Hooper


    21.02:Humphrey Lyttelton

    with The Best of Jazz on records
    Producer KEITH STEWARTContributors

    Producer: Keith Stewart


    22.02:Sports Desk


    22.05:John Dunn

    with Music Through Midnight JULIE DAWN and your letters and at 12.0
    Midnight Newsroom; weatherContributors

    Unknown: Julie Dawn


    0.31:News Summary


    0.33:* Closedown

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    BBC RADIO 1 TUESDAY MARCH 25TH 1975

    6.00:as Radio 2


    7.00:Noel Edmonds


    9.00:Tony Blackburn


    12.00:Johnnie Walker

    including this week's new Top 30 discs, and at 12.30 Newsbeat
    Today the way it is
    Laurie Maver and the Newsbeat team find the news and the people making it.Contributors

    Unknown: Laurie Maver


    14.02:David Hamilton

    also on VHF

    17.00:Newsbeat

    More news with Laurie MayerContributors

    Unknown: Laurie Mayer


    17.15:Alan Freeman

    Youth Club Call
    Producer TIM BLACKMOREContributors

    Producer: Tim Blackmore


    19.00:as Radio 2


    0.33:* am Closedown

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    BBC RADIO 2 TUESDAY MARCH 25TH 1975

    6.00:News Summary; weather


    6.02:Simon Bates

    with The Early Show including at
    6.15 Boxing - report on the World Heavyweight Championship fight between Muhammad Ali and Chuck Wepner. 5.45 Pause for Thought
    (Stereo)Contributors

    Unknown: Muhammad Ali
    Unknown: Chuck Wepner.


    7.02:* Terry Wogan

    including at
    7.15 Boxing - report on the World Heavyweight Championship fight between Muhammad Ali and Chuck Wepner.
    8.27 Racing Bulletin and at
    8.45 Pause for ThoughtContributors

    Unknown: Muhammad Ali
    Unknown: Chuck Wepner.


    9.02:Pete Murray's Open House

    (Requests, on postcards please, to ' Open House,' BBC, London W1A 4WW)
    Including at 10.30
    Waggoners' Walk NW

    11.30:Jimmy Young


    13.45:Ricochet

    (Mon evening's broadcast)

    14.02:David Hamilton

    as Radio 1, but including
    (1500m. also 202m Scotland)
    2.45. 3.45 and 4.45 Sports Desk

    17.02:Waggoners' Walk NW

    (Repeated: Wed 10.30 am)

    17.17:Sam Costa

    including at 5.45 Sports Desk

    18.35:Ricochet

    (Repeated: Wed 1.45 pm)

    18.45:Sports Desk


    19.02:Three in a Row

    Don Davis presents the general knowledge game which will be visiting towns and cities throughout the British Isles. There are cash prizes for members of the studio audience who take part. This week:
    The Parts Studio, London Devised by DON DAVIS Producer IAN FENNERContributors

    Unknown: Don Davis
    Unknown: Don Davis
    Producer: Ian Fenner


    19.30:The Organist Entertains

    REGINALD DIXON
    (BBC Theatre Organ) LOUIS MORDISH
    (Gaumont State. Kilburn)
    NOEL BRIGGS (. Granada Kingston upon-Thames) BRIAN SHARPE (Electronic)
    Introduced and produced by Robin RichmondContributors

    Unknown: Reginald Dixon
    Unknown: Louis Mordish
    Unknown: Noel Briggs
    Unknown: Granada Kingston
    Unknown: Brian Sharpe
    Produced By: Robin Richmond


    20.02:Star Sound

    A musical look at the world
    . of films.
    Salute to Cole Porter Illustrated by Julie Andrews , The Andrews Sisters, Fred Astaire , Virginia Bruce , Bing Crosby , Maurice Chevalier. Nelson Eddy , Judy Garland , Kathryn Grayson , Howard Keel , Ann Miller. Shirley Maclaine , Eleanor Powell, Tommy Rail. Frank Sinatra, and Barbra Streisand
    Introduced by David Bellan Written and compiled by LYN FAIRHVRSTContributors

    Illustrated By: Julie Andrews
    Unknown: Fred Astaire
    Unknown: Virginia Bruce
    Unknown: Bing Crosby
    Unknown: Maurice Chevalier.
    Unknown: Nelson Eddy
    Unknown: Judy Garland
    Unknown: Kathryn Grayson
    Unknown: Howard Keel
    Unknown: Ann Miller.
    Unknown: Shirley MacLaine
    Unknown: Tommy Rail.
    Unknown: Frank Sinatra
    Unknown: Barbra Streisand
    Introduced By: David Bellan


    21.02:The Impresarios

    Michael Craig continues the story of the creators of the world of entertainment. The Littlers: part 3
    (Sir Emile, Prince, Blanche)
    I used to say to my husband Emile, now if you did a pantomime, I could be your principal boy. (CORA GOFFIN) They u'ere very devoted to one another, Emile and Prince, but they never saw eye to eye.
    (NORA DELANY)
    Of course we were bulh very young impresarios - 1 would have been about 16 and Prince would have been about 171.
    (BLANCHE LITTLER) with JOHN RYE and ANDREW SACHS Research BILL SULLIVAN
    Written by FRANK SALTER
    Producer DAVID RAYVERN ALLEN
    (Andrew Sachs is in No Sex Please - We're British at the Strand Theatre, London)Contributors

    Unknown: Michael Craig
    Unknown: John Rye
    Written By: Frank Salter
    Producer: David Rayvern Allen
    Unknown: Andrew Sachs


    22.02:Sports Desk


    22.05:Jeff Cooper

    with Music Through Midnight Including Contact and at 12.0
    Midnight Newsroom: weather

    0.31:an News Summary


    0.33:Closedown

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    BBC RADIO 1 WEDNESDAY MARCH 26TH 1975
    6.00:as Radio 2


    7.00:Noel Edmonds


    9.00:Tcny Blackburn


    12.00:Johnnie Walker

    including at 12.30 Newsbeat
    Today the way it is.
    Laurie Mayer and the Netosbeat team find the news and the people making itContributors

    Unknown: Laurie Mayer


    14.02:David Hamilton

    Also on VHF

    17.00:Newsbeat

    More news with Laurie MayerContributors

    Unknown: Laurie Mayer


    17.15:Anne Nightingale

    reviews the latest sounds
    Producer BERNIE ANDREWSContributors

    Producer: Bernie Andrews


    19.00:as Radio 2


    0.33:* am Closedown

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    BBC RADIO 2 WEDNESDAY MARCH 26TH 1975

    6.00:News Summary; weather


    6.02:Simon Bates

    with The Early Show including at
    6.45 Pause for Thought

    7.02:Terry Wogan

    includins at
    8.27 Racing Bulletin and at
    8.45 Pause for Thought

    9.02:Pete Murray's Open House

    including at 10.30
    Waggoners' Walk NW (Tues afternoon's broadcast)

    11.30:Jimmy Young


    13.45:Ricochet

    (Tues evening's broadcast)

    14.02:David Hamilton

    as Radio 1, but including
    (1500m, also 202m Scotland)
    2.45. 3.45 and 4.45 Sports Desk

    17.02:Waggoners' Walk NW

    (Repeated: Thurs 10.30 am)

    17.17:Sam Costa

    Including at 5.45 Sports Desk

    18.35:Ricochet

    (Repeated: Thursday 1.45 pm)

    18.45:Sports Desk

    A round-up of the day's news, with classified racing results

    19.02:Pop Score

    Popping the questions
    Pete Murray , and hoping to score off each other
    Tony Blackburn and Kenny Ball v Terry Wogan and Roger Kltter Compiled and produced by RICHARD WILLCOXContributors

    Unknown: Pete Murray
    Unknown: Terry Wogan
    Unknown: Roger Kltter
    Produced By: Richard Willcox


    19.30:Ring-a-Song

    Ted Taylor introduces and plays listeners' requests via the telephone with JO MARNEY , RAY MORGAN THE TED TAYLOR FOUR and EVE DELROY
    Producer RAY HARVEYContributors

    Introduces: Ted Taylor
    Unknown: Jo Marney
    Unknown: Ray Morgan
    Unknown: The Ted Taylor
    Producer: Ray Harvey


    20.02:Country Club

    Wally Whyton introduces a weekly get-together of all kinds of country music with news and reviews from David Allan Featuring this week:
    Vernon Oxford with the Kelvin Henderson Band plus a very special item for all the Jim Reeves fans.
    Jim Reeves revivalists: page 5Contributors

    Presenter: Wally Whyton
    Producer: Colin Chandler


    22.02:Sports Desk


    22.05:Tom Edwards

    with Music Through Midnight JULIE DAWN and your letters and at 12.0
    Midnight Newsroom; weatherContributors

    Unknown: Julie Dawn


    0.31:News Summary


    0.33:* Closedown

    FOR THE HONOUR OF GRAYSKULL

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