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In Town Tonight BBC radio programme 1930/1940s

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Harry Report 17 Jul 2008 11:08

Does anyone remember monday night at eight? Penny on the drum and Paul Temple methinks - with the coronation scot music?
Happy days

Purple **^*Sparkly*^** Diamond

Purple **^*Sparkly*^** Diamond Report 17 Jul 2008 02:37

I remember it, my mum spent a lot of time listening to the radio as we didn't have tv till about 1960/61


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J* Near M3.Jct4 Report 16 Jul 2008 23:54

It was on Saturday evening, introductory music was Knightsbridge March composed by Eric Coates.


Bobtanian Report 16 Jul 2008 23:54

" all right Guv?

Lovely flowers?

nice eyes lady......."


Harry Report 16 Jul 2008 23:44

I was daft enough to believe there was some large PC actually stopping the traffic. Seemed so real to my young ears.
Can't remeber much about the content - perhaps mixing some of it with "monday night at eight is on the air"

Happy days


Eddie Report 16 Jul 2008 19:25

does any body remember the in town tonight radio programmes as my wifes late grandfather sam langford was on the programme quite a few times with brian johnston and the famous dart player joe hitchcock who used to throw 4inch nails knocking ciggaretes out of peoples ears sam used to run several pubs in london the admiral nelson kings arms kentish town rd and the harrow inn abbey wood