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Ocean Sound This Week No.53: Programme 53 of a weekly news and sports review

Title
Ocean Sound This Week No.53: Programme 53 of a weekly news and sports review
Transmission details
25 Oct 1987 at 19:00
Description
OCEAN SOUND THIS WEEK NO. 53 Programme 53 of a weekly news and sports review called Ocean Sound This Week, broadcast by independent radio station Ocean Sound on 25 October 1987. Presented by MATT HOPPER. 00:01-00.54 mins - Introduction. From 01:07-02:15 - PRINCESS OF WALES visit to Winchester. From 02:17-02.50 - LT COL CHARLES MCDOWD talking about visit and service. From 03:20-04:40 - DUKE AND DUCHESS OF YORK’S visit to Royal South Hants Hospital - Children’s Wards and Urology Depts. Interviews with children. From 04:48-05:00 - Opening of new O.P.D. - Professor MICHAEL WHITEHOUSE. From 05:15-09:00 - Dire Straits singing Walk of Life. From 09:32-12:26 - BILL WYMAN of Rolling Stones with PETE WARDMAN - Selection of Local Groups. From 12:28-20:20 - Interview with BILL WYMAN about new groups and bands. From 20:27-24:40 - Rolling Stones sing I like it. From 25:15-32:23 - Review of week’s news and sports. From 32:48-35:32 - GEORGIE FAME singing Yeah, yeah. From 35:39-38:37 - Interview with GEORGIE FAME. From 38:50-40:48 - CRAIG DOUGLAS singing Only sixteen. From 41:00-45:14 - Interview with CRAIG DOUGLAS. From 45:15-46:26 - CRAIG DOUGLAS singing Pretty Blue Eyes. From 46:40-50:26 - Bee Gees singing You Win Again. From 50:28-51:21 - Closing Announcement and Music. [Box 9]
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Duration
00:51:30
Notes
NB new intro to programme. Track 1- Music at approx 5-9 mins. Track 2- Music at approx 11-15 mins. Track 4- Music at approx 0-2 mins; 6-8 mins; 12-18 mins.
Misc. notes
Gauge:-1/8 inch tape
Production company
Ocean Sound
Extent
1 tape

Credits

Presenter
Matt Hopper
Reporter
Pete Wardman
Interviewees
Charles McDowd; Bill Wyman; Craig Douglas

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