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Ocean Sound This Week No.63: Programme 63 of a weekly news and sports review

Ocean Sound This Week No.63: Programme 63 of a weekly news and sports review
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10 Jan 1988 at 19:00
OCEAN SOUND THIS WEEK NO. 63 Programme 63 of a weekly news and sports review called Ocean Sound This Week, broadcast by independent radio station Ocean Sound on 10 January 1988. Presented by PETE WARDMAN. 00:01-01:18 - Introduction. 01:21-04:54 -PENNY GOWER talks to FRANK LOCKYER on the Salisbury Cathedral Spire Trust Appeal. 05:01-12:33 - GUY HORNSBY with DR ALAN MARIAN-DAVIES and CHRIS BRUCE from St Ivel on: Got your Fats Right; a guide to fitness and over-eating. 12:35-15:04 - Music 16:02-24:12 - Isle of Wight Programme Report on a Multi-Billion Pound Scheme to reclaim the Rycle Sands and build a new town. Interviews with the public. ROBERT JONES, Isle of Wight Labour Party member, speaks against plan. IAN MORGAN, leader of Medina Council speaks against; JEFF MANORS, leader of Liberals in favour. Mr MacCallum of Brembridge who proposes the scheme. 24:22-30:40 - Is it possible to manufacture super-children? GUY HORNSBY talks to JANE WALMSLEY; mastermind of new Channel 4 series entitled Hothouse People. 31:16-38:15 - Review of the week’s news and sports by KAREN WOODS. 39:05-42:25 - DAVID BRADFORD speaks to PHIL BLAKE, local organiser of Red Nose Day - money raised for Comic Relief. Appeal for help by local people. 42:30-46:02 Music - Rocking Around the Christmas Tree, by Mel Smith and Kim Wilde. 46:25-50:45 - Network Chart No 1 - Belinda Carlisle singing Heaven is a Place on Earth. 51:20-52:19 Closing Announcement and Music. [Box 10]
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Ocean Sound This Week, a Sunday evening [19:00-20:00] review of the past week’s programmes. Track 1- Music at 12-15 mins. Track 4- Music at 4-6 mins; 7-11 mins.
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Ocean Sound
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Jane Walmsley; Frank Lockyer; Alan Marian-Davies; Chris Bruce; Robert Jones; Ian Morgan; Jeff Manors; Phil Blake
Guy Hornsby; Karen Woods; Penny Gower; David Bradford
Pete Wardman

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