The summer of 71 van Bolland en Bolland is deze week de hoogste nieuwe op nummer 34. Rings van Cymarron komt binnen op 46, een plaatje dat bij menig telefoonspelletje gebruikt is. Sylvias Mother van Dr Hook komt op het randje van de Top 50 binnen. De Les Humphries Singers zijn de artiesten achter de treiterschijf deze week : Old man Moses. Het prachtige Meet me on the corner van Lindisfarne is deze week de kanskaart van Peter Holland. Tony Berk heeft Bonje Cornelia Swart tot zangeres van zijn kanskaart verkozen, Manana Manana.

Deze Top 50 kun je hier beluisteren:

Uur 1 Uur 2 Uur 3

Als toegift deze week platen uit de RNI playlist, de kanskaarten, de treiterschijven en een track van de LP van de week in de vorm van een Top 17. De volledige playlist vind je onderaan deze pagina.

PLAYLIST

Onder de TOP 50 kun je de herinneringen van Michael Downing lezen uit de tijd dat deze Top 50 werd uitgezonden en een aantal scans uit de Poptelescoop van 6 April 1972.

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The RNI memories of Michael Downing for this week

 

Saturday 8 April 1972

The Kop Op Special programme this morning is presented by Gerard Smit. There are two mobile discotheques advertised for today and both of them are supposed to feature Tony Berk and Mike Ross, although Mike is on board the Mebo 2 so won't be appearing.

Tonight's programmes are:

18.00 Rob Eden (International Prediction Hit 40)

21.05 Brian McKenzie

23.00 Brian McKenzie (Kent Request Hour)

24.00 Rob Eden

3.00 - 7.00 Mike Ross

Brian McKenzie and Rob Eden read the news. In the Top 40 show, which overran by five minutes, no Barry Martin hitpick was played, so it's reasonable to assume that he has left RNI without having presented a single programme.

Today was another date mentioned in reports for the start of the World Service, but nothing has transpired.

Sunday 9 April 1972

Hans ten Hooge hosts Kop Op and Gerard Smit presents Driemaster.

International service programmes are:

18.00 Brian McKenzie (Hitback Show)

20.00 Rob Eden (Cloud Nine)

23.00 Mike Ross (Kent Request Hour)

24.00 - 3.00 Brian McKenzie

Brian McKenzie and Rob Eden read the news.

Monday 10 April 1972

Hans ten Hooge takes back Driemaster today and programmes this evening are:

18.00 Rob Eden

21.00 Brian McKenzie

23.00 Brian McKenzie (Kent Request Hour)

24.00 - 3.00 Rob Eden

The news service is a year old today and reading news this evening are Rob Eden and Brian McKenzie. Rob Eden has some new jingles today made by Brian McKenzie.

Tuesday 11 April 1972

Hans ten Hooge goes off on shore leave and Nico Steenbergen and Tony Allan return. Nico takes over on Driemaster and International service programmes are:

18.00 Rob Eden

21.00 Tony Allan

23.00 Tony Allan (Kent Request Hour)

24.00 - 3.00 Brian McKenzie

John de Mol is on board the Mebo 2 today and tomorrow. Tony Allan, who refers to himself as "the delightful Tony Allan" has made a new promo for the Brian McKenzie show, which goes "Won't you come along and listen to the Brian McKenzie show, the Brian McKenzie show (far be it from me to try and influence you, but you really should listen to Brian McKenzie tonight at midnight). He's on the air from 12 till 3 on 220 that's Radio North Sea. Won't you come along and listen to the Brian McKenzie show today, that's nice".

Tony Allan and Brian McKenzie read the news.

Wednesday 12 April 1972

The programme schedule is the same as yesterday. RNI is off the air on medium wave for about a minute at 21.25, but no reason is given for the break in transmissions.

Thursday 13 April 1972

Gerard Smit, Mike Ross and Brian McKenzie go off on shore leave, as does Rob Eden, despite saying last night that he would be staying on board for another week. Paul May, Terry Davis and Leo van der Goot return. Programmes this evening are:

18.00 Terry Davis

21.00 Paul May

23.00 Paul May (Kent Request Hour)

24.00 - 3.00 Tony Allan

Tony Allan and Terry Davis read the news.

Friday 14 April 1972

The Tony Allan show is extended through the Skyline slot to make it a six hour marathon show from 24.00 to 6.00 on Saturday morning. Tony Allan and Terry Davis read the news.

New records that I heard played for the first time on RNI in the week commencing 8 April 1972 were:

Uitvoerende(n)

Titel

Steve and Bonnie

Brief Encounter

Doors

Ships w/sails

Honeycone

The day I found myself

Gene Pitney

I just can't help myself

Hollies

Long cool woman in a black dress

Aretha Franklin

Daydreaming

Lally Stott

Sweet Meenie

Lt. Pigeon

Mouldy old dough

Earth and Fire

Memories

Royal Scots Dragoon Guards

Amazing grace

Hurricane Smith

Oh babe what would you say

De voorpagina van de Poptelescoop van 6 April 1972

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De Pop-Telex

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Reklame...

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De playlist van de 17 extra platen deze week

 

 

PLAYLIST

1

Les Humphries Singers

Old man Moses

Treiterschijf

2

Donnie Elbert

I can't help myself

Kanskaart

3

Lindisfarne

Meet me on the corner

Kanskaart

4

Bonnie St. Claire

Manana Manana

Kanskaart

5

Martha Reeves & the Vandellas

Bless you

Kanskaart

6

Monica & The Voices of Freedom

Paula

Kanskaart

7

David Bowie

Changes

Playlist

8

Staple Singers

I'll take you there

Playlist

9

Carly Simon

Legend in your own time

Playlist

10

Paul Simon

Me And Julio Down By The Schoolyard

Playlist

11

Les Crane

Desiderata

Playlist

12

New Seekers

An Old Fashioned Love Song

Playlist

13

Donny Osmond

Puppy Love

Playlist

14

Todd Rundgren

I saw the light

Playlist

15

Betty Wright

Clean up woman

Playlist

16

Marmalade

Radancer

Playlist

17

Mac & Katie Kissoon

Hey Diddle Diddle

LP van de Week