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RADIO 2 40th ANNIVERSARY PROGRAMME RUNDOWN

 
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malcyb



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PostPosted: Mon Aug 11, 2008 10:39 pm    Post subject: RADIO 2 40th ANNIVERSARY PROGRAMME RUNDOWN Reply with quote

Thought you might be interested to see the programmes as broadcast on Sunday, 30th September.2007 - Radio 2 celebrated it's 40th!

BBC RADIO 2 40th ANNIVERSARY
SUNDAY 30th SEPTEMBER 2007 Introduced by Terry Wogan

9.05am BREAKFAST SPECIAL with PAUL HOLLINGDALE

George Martin - Theme One
Julie Andrews - The Sound Of Music
Sergio Mendes & Brazil '66 – Daytripper
Bobby Darin – Things
Small Faces - Itchycoo Park
Keith West – Excerpt From A Teenage Opera
Traffic – Hole In My Shoe
Harpers Bizarre – Anything Goes
Diana Ross & The Supremes – Reflections
Manfred Mann – Semi-Detached Suburban Mr James
Johnny Mann Singers – Cottonfields
Peter & Gordon – Lady Godiva
Nancy Wilson – Like Someone In Love
Syd Dale – C’Mon In (show’s theme)

10.05am JUNIOR CHOICE with ED “STEWPOT” STEWART

Stan Butcher’s Birds & Brass – Morningtown Ride (show’s theme)
The Monkees – Pleasant Valley Sunday
Benny Hill – Ernie
Allan Sherman – Hello Muddah Hello Faddah
Alan Price Set – Don’t Stop The Carnival
Henry Blair – Sparky’s Magic Piano
Bernard Cribbins – Right Said Fred
The New Christy Minstrels – Three Wheels On My Wagon
Peter, Paul & Mary – Puff, The Magic Dragon
Montage – Nellie The Elephant (Mandy Miller) /
A Windmill In Old Amsterdam (Ronnie Hilton) /
Lily The Pink (The Scaffold) /
Donald, Where’s Your Trousers (Andy Stewart) /
Football Crazy (Robin Hall & Jimmie MacGregor) /
The Laughing Policeman (Charles Penrose) /
You’re A Pink Toothbrush (Max Bygraves) /
The Ugly Bug Ball (Burl Ives) /
Grandad (Clive Dunn) /
The Runaway Train (Michael Holliday) /
Two Little Boy (Rolf Harris) /
633 Squadron (Ron Goodwin & His Orchestra)
Terry Scott – My Brother

11.05am THE KENNY EVERETT RADIO SHOW (1981)

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra – Hooked On Classics
Dave Stewart & Barbara Gaskin – It’s My Party
ELO – Here Is The News
Yarbrough & Peoples – Don’t Stop The Music
Medley - Everly Brothers – Poor Jenny /
Duane Eddy – Some Kinda Earthquake /
Kyu Sakamoto – Sukiyaki /
Doris Day – Move Over Darling
Laurie Anderson – O Superman
Elton John – This Song Has No Title
Chicago – If You Leave Me Now
ELO – 21st Century Man
Medley - Elvis Presley – Got A Lot O’ Living To Do /
Craig Douglas – A Hundred Pounds Of Clay /
Connie Francis – Carolina Moon /
Eddie Cochran – C’Mon Everybody
Sharon Benson – Just Get It Over With
Paginini’s Perpetual Motion

12.00pm NEWS on the hour

- - - - - - - - part two - - - - - - - -

Alvin Stardust – Pretend
Chubby Checker – Limbo Rock
Four Tops – When She Was My Girl
Shakin’ Stevens – It’s Raining
Medley - Marty Wilde - Bad Boy /
10cc - The Dean & I /
Hurricane Smith - Don’t Let It Die /
Simon & Garfunkel - Homeward Bound
Hi Gloss – You’ll Never Know
Christopher Cross – Arthur’s Theme (Best That You Can Do)
Diana Ross – Upside Down
Cliff Richard – Daddy’s Home
Savanna – I Can’t Turn Away
Medley - The Chiffons – Sweet Talkin’ Guy /
Perry Como – Magic Moments /
Ketty Lester – Love Letters
Fanfare written by Dudley Moore
Bobby Pedrick - White Bucks & Saddle Shoes

1.05pm FAMILY FAVOURITES with MICHAEL ASPEL

Andre Kostelanetz – With A Song In My Heart (show’s theme)
Frank Sinatra – I’ve Got You Under My Skin
Rod Stewart – Sailing
Barry White – Just The Way You Are
Robbie Williams – Angel
Ella Fitzgerald – Our Love Is Here To Stay
Van Morrison – Warm Love
Dean Martin – Volare
Eddie Reader – Patience Of Angels
Madonna – Crazy For You
Judy Garland – Zing Went The Strings Of My Heart
Take That – Rule The World

2.00pm NEWS on the hour

- - - - - - - - part two - - - - - - - -

Sister Sledge – We Are Family
Bryan Adams – Everything I Do, I Do It For You
Shirley Bassey – Never Never Never
Dolly Parton – I Will Always Love You

Icon Of The Last 40 Years: Result –
In First Place – Terry Wogan
In Second Place – The Beatles
In Third Place - Nelson Mandela
In Fourth Place – Princess Diana

Nat King Cole – Stardust

2.30pm PICK OF THE POPS with Smashie & Nicey

Brass Incorporated – At The Sign Of The Swinging Cymbal (theme)
Georgie Fame – Try My World
Mike Sammes Singers – Somewhere My Love
Paul Jones – Thinkin’ Ain’t For Me
Seekers – When Will The Good Apples Fall
The Herd – From The Underworld
Peter, Paul & Mary – I Dig Rock ‘N’ Roll Music
Shirley Bassey – Big Spender
The Association – Never My Love
Monkees – Alternate Title
The Walker Brothers – Living Above Your Head
John Mayall – Stand Back Baby

3.00pm NEWS on the hour

- - - - - - - - part two - - - - - - - -

Pink Floyd – The Scarecrow
Jimi Hendrix Experience – Foxey Lady
Maurice Jarre – Somewhere My Love - Doctor Zhivago OST
Beach Boys – I Get Around
Scott Walker – Lady Came From Baltimore
Beatles – Fixing A Hole
Jimi Hendrix Experience – Burning Of The Midnight Lamp (20)
Stevie Wonder – I Was Made To Love Her (19)
Dubliners – Black Velvet Band ( 18 )
Bee Gees – Massachusetts (17)
Anita Harris – Just Loving You (16)
Rolling Stones – Dandelion (15)
Box Tops – The Letter (14)
Beach Boys – Heroes & Villains (13)
Tremeloes – Even The Bad Times Are Good (12)
Frankie Vaughan – There Must Be A Way (11)
Cliff Richard – The Day I Met Marie (10)
Scott McKenzie – San Francisco (Flowers In Your Hair) (9)
Tom Jones – I’ll Never Fall In Love Again ( 8 )

4.00pm NEWS on the hour

- - - - - - - - part three - - - - - - - -

Traffic – Hole In My Shoe (7)
Flowerpot Men – Let’s Go To San Francisco (6)
Diana Ross & The Supremes – Reflections (5)
Small Faces - Itchycoo Park (4)
The Move – Flowers In The Rain (3)
Keith West – Excerpt From A Teenage Opera (2)
Engelbert Humperdinck – The Last Waltz (1)

4.30pm 40th BIRTHDAY SPECIAL with BRIAN MATTHEWS

Humphrey Lyttelton – Saturday Jump (Saturday Club Theme)
Johnny Dankworth – African Waltz
Robin Hall & Jimmie MacGregor – Three Craws
Bert Weedon – Guitar Boogie Shuffle
(Colin Blunstone Interview)
Zombies – She’s Not There
(Dusty Springfield Interview)
Dusty Springfield – Going Back
(John Lennon Interview)
Beatles – In My Life

5.00pm NEWS on the hour

- - - - - - - - part two - - - - - - - -

John Barry Seven – Hit & Miss (Juke Box Jury Theme)
(George Harrison Interview)
Beatles – I Need You
(Marianne Faithful Interview)
Marianne Faithful – As Tears Go By
(Paul McCartney Interview)
Beatles – She’s Leaving Home
(Petula Clark Interview)
Petula Clark – Downtown
(Pete Townshend Interview)
The Who – Pinball Wizard
(Cilla Black Interview)
Cilla Black – Anyone Who Had A Heart
(Chris Curtis Interview)
Searchers – What Have They Done To The Rain

6.00pm NEWS on the hour

- - - - - - - - part three - - - - - - - -

Ken Mackintosh Orchestra – Raunchy
(Matt Monro Interview)
Matt Monro – My Kind Of Girl
(Ringo Starr Interview)
Beatles – Yellow Submarine
(Graham Nash Interview)
Hollies – Just One Look
Cleo Laine – Wages Of Sin (From OST Mystery Of Edwin Drood)

6.30pm SEMPRINI SERENADE

Light classics with pianist Alberto Semprini and the orchestra conducted by Vilem Tausky in an archive programme first broadcast on 24th January 1971.

7.30pm ROUND THE HORNE

Classic radio comedy with Kenneth Horne in an episode entitled “Frankenstein’s Monster” first broadcast on 10th March 1968.

8.00pm SING SOMETHING SIMPLE

Song medleys with the Cliff Adams Singers in an archive programme first broadcast on 16th March 2000.

30.09.2007.
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 12, 2008 8:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I remember it well. The only thing that didn't work very well (IMO) was 'Smashy & Nicey' doing POTP. I'm afraid I had to switch that off.

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 25, 2008 8:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Keith West OMIGOD NO.
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