De tamme boerenzoon van Andre van Duin is de hoogste nieuwe op nummer 25. De Vlaamse uitvoering, genaamd De wilde boerendochtere van Ivan Heylen, staat rotsvast op nummer 1. Op 30 verwelkomen we een groep Pluggers als Us met Music in the air. Op 39 zien we Steely Dan binnenkomen met Rikki donít loose that number. De treiterschijf deze week is Spaanse muziek van Tony y Los Santos met Trico Trico Tras. Ted Bouwens heeft een kanskaart gekozen uit de tijd dat geluk nog heel gewoon was : Die goeie ouwe tijd van Gerard Cox.

Deze Top 50 kun je hier beluisteren:

Uur 1††††††††††††††††††††††††† Uur 2††††††††††††††††††††††††† Uur 3

En als extraatje de

TROEF 20

Onder de TOP 50 kun je de herinneringen van Michael Downing lezen uit de tijd dat deze Top 50 werd uitgezonden en daaronder een paar scans uit de Pop-Telescoop van 15 Juni 1974.

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The RNI memories of Michael Downing for this week in 1974

 

With two and a half months to go, there were no changes to the main weekday Dutch programmes in June 1974, which were:

6.00 Dick de Graaf

9.00 John de Mol Junior (Branding)

10.00 Ted Bouwens

12.00 Tony Berk

14.00 Ferry Maat

16.00 Leo van der Goot

18.00 - 20.00 Eric Post or Gerard Smit (Buitengaats, live from the Mebo 2)

Marc van Amstel was based on land, filling in on various programmes when the regular presenter was away. Newsreaders by this time were Herman de Bruin, Peter Jager and Gerard Reitsma. Ferry Maat presented the Top 50 on Saturday afternoon and also had a weekly Soul Show, which turned out to be the longest running programme from the whole of the RNI period. The Troef 20 was on Saturday and, on 15 June 1974, was presented by Gerard Smit.

On the International service, the DJ team in June 1974 consisted of Brian McKenzie, Don Allen, Robin Banks, Roger Kent and Jason Wolfe. Jason replaced Graham Gill, who had left RNI in May 1974. With the exception of Robin Banks, all of the DJs had special programmes once a week - Brian McKenzie had the Rock'n'Roll Special from 22.00 to 24.00 on Friday, Don Allen had the Country'n'Western Jamboree on Saturday, Roger Kent presented the Hitback Show from 20.00 to 22.00 on Sunday and this was followed by the Request Show from 22.00 to 24.00 presented by Jason Wolfe. If the DJ was due to be on shore leave, an edition of the programme was pre-recorded to be played in their absence.

The Toppers 20 show from 20.00 to 22,00 on Friday evening was presented by Don Allen on Friday 14 June 1974 and was based on the UK chart. Only "Hot line" by the Philadelphia Flyers at no. 15 was not a UK hit. The records in the Toppers 20 were played a lot on the International service at this time, along with the Smash Play, which followed the news at the top of each hour. Smash Play in the week from 14 June to 20 June 1974 was "Train of thought" by Cher. There were also the featured LPs, which this week included long forgotten albums by Bill Wyman ("Monkey grip"), Andy Williams ("The way we were"), Florence Warner ("Florence Warner"), Herb Alpert ("You smile the song begins") and Liza Minnelli ("Live at the Winter Gardens").

De voorpagina van de Pop-Telscoop van 15 Juni 1974

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De Pop-telex

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De Popagenda

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