The Wirelesss Programme 08 June

Music played in this programme included the records listed below with approximate broadcast times. This list may not be complete, there may have been extra records played that we do not have the information about

14:06 Its Only a Paper Moo by Nat King Cole

14:07 Are You Lonesome Tonight by Elvis Presley

14:15 Are You Lonesome Tonight by Elvis Presley

14:18 Evry time we say goodbye by Ella Fitzgerald

14:21 Evry time we say goodbye by Ella Fitzgerald

14:23 I’ll Take You Home Again Kathleen by Slim Whitman

14:26 Lay Down Your Arms by Anne Shelton

14:31 On The Sunny Side Of The Street by Louis Armstrong and his Orch.

14:35 The Wisdom of a Fool by Ronnie Carroll

14:39 Love is the sweetest thing by Al Bowlly

14:40 Love is the sweetest thing by Al Bowlly

14:46 Down Forget-Me-Not Lane by Flanagan And Allen

14:49 Memories Are Made Of This by Dean Martin

14:52 My Special Angel by Bobby Helms

14:55 Somebody Loves Me by Dinah Shore

15:06 All The Things You Are by Frank Sinatra

15:12 Unchained Melody by Righteous Brothers

15:21 Forgotten Dreams by Leroy Anderson

15:26 High Noon (Do Not Forsake me) by Tex Ritter

15:29 The lady is a tramp by Bing Crosby

15:30 The lady is a tramp by Bing Crosby

15:35 Suddenly Theres a Valley by Lee Lawrence

15:40 Non Je Ne Regrette R by Edith Piaf

15:43 Never be Anyone Else by Ricky Nelson

15:51 Close Your Eyes by Tony Bennett

15:53 Maybe by Frankie Laine

15:55 Maybe by Frankie Laine

15:56 Is It Really Over by Jim Reeves

15:58 Let Me Go Lover by Joan Weber

16:03 Dreamboat by Alma Cogan

16:03 Heartbeat by Ruby Murray

16:10 Heartbeat by Ruby Murray

16:17 Vanessa by Ted Heath

16:27 Somewhere by Bobby Darin

16:30 More Than Ever Come what may by Robert Earl

16:37 More Than Ever Come what may by Robert Earl

16:37 I Need You Now by Eddie Fisher

16:47 Tweedle Dee by Frankie Vaughan

16:52 Tweedle Dee by Frankie Vaughan

16:52 Blueberry Hill by Fats Domino

16:55 Almost there by Andy Williams

16:57 The Naughty Lady Of Shady Lane by Dean Martin

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