Dit is de eerste smalle en langwerpige uitgave van de RNI Top 50. De hoogste nieuwe is Brown Sugar van de Stones op 14. Rosetta van Fame & Price komt binnen op nummer 28. Op 43 horen we Love her madly van de Doors voor ít eerst in de Top 50 en op 45 komt de Jimi Hendrix Experience binnen met Angel. A day begins van Greenfield en Cook is deze week de hekkensluiter als laagste nieuwe. Mozart Symphony No. 40 staat onveranderd op nummer 1. Twee mooie treiterschijven deze week, Poetas Andaluces van Aquaviva en I am ... I said van Neil Diamond. De kanskaart van Joost den Draaier is een oudje uit 1967 : For what itís worth van Buffalo Springfield.

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 18. 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 daaronder scans van de MP van Mei 1971.

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The RNI memories of Michael Downing for this week in 1971

 

Saturday 1 May 1971

There are programme changes today, which include the Dutch service extending its broadcasting hours to 6.00 to 16.00. The full schedule for today is:

6.00 Peter Holland

6.30 Johan Maasbach

7.00 Peter Holland

9.00 Jan Van Veen

12.00 Joost de Draaier (Super Top 50)

15.00 Joost de Draaier (Toekomstmuziek)

16.00 Stevi Merike

18.00 Dave Rogers

20.00 Stevi Merike

22.00 Tony Allan

24.00 - 3.00 Dave Rogers

So the new Dutch DJ is Peter Holland, not Paul as announced by Tony Allan during the past week. Lots of new jingles introduced today, as well as more news about the RNI mobile discotheque. Also announced is a new hitback show to start next week.

News is read by Tony Allan and Dave Rogers.

Sunday 2 May 1971

RNI is on the air today from 7.00 to 3.00, with this schedule:

7.00 Peter Holland

7.30 Johan Maasbach

8.00 Joost de Draaier

12.00 Ferry Maat

15.00 Stevi Merike (Super Hit 50)

18.00 Dave Rogers

20.00 Stevi Merike

22.00 Tony Allan

24.00 - 3.00 Dave Rogers

News is read by Tony Allan and Dave Rogers

Monday 3 May 1971

Today's Dutch service is:

6.00 Peter Holland

6.30 Johan Maasbach

7.00 Peter Holland

9.00 Jan Van Veen

12.00 Joost de Draaier

14.00 Ferry Maat

The International service programmes, from 16.00, follow the same schedule as Saturday. News is read by Tony Allan, Stevi Merike and Dave Rogers.

The start of the International service has a promo that lists the DJs and includes Mike Ross, who was with the station in September 1970.

All of the English DJs are hoping to start regular spots on their programmes - Stevi Merike's will be "Favourite things" and "Tea Time Tunes". Stevi also has the first part of an interview with Olivia Newton-John in his afternoon programme today, as part of "Tea Time Tunes".

Tuesday 4 May 1971

Crispian St John returns to the ship and this changes the International service programme schedule to:

16.00 Stevi Merike

18.00 Dave Rogers

20.00 Crispian St John

22.00 Tony Allan

24.00 - 3.00 Dave Rogers

Stevi Merike has the second part of his interview with Olivia Newton-John on the "Tea Time Tunes" spot on his programme. There are now regular weather checks at quarter past and quarter to the hour between 16.15 and 20.15, complete with a weather jingle.

A number of new records introduced today, which presumably came out to the ship with Crispian, including Free, Tony and Tandy, David and Jimmy Ruffin, Dave Edmunds, Mungo Jerry and the Jackson Five.

News is read by Stevi Merike.

Wednesday 5 May 1971

Stevi Merike interviews Drafi Deutscher on his "Tea Time Tunes" spot today. It is also confirmed today that all of the Dutch service programmes are pre-recorded.

Stevi Merike is the newsreader again today.

Thursday 6 May 1971

As indicated by the promo at 16.00, Mike Ross returns to RNI today. Alan West also returns to the Mebo 2 and Dave Rogers goes off on shore leave. Programmes today are:

6.00 Non-stop

6.30 Johan Maasbach

7.00 Peter Holland

9.00 Jan Van Veen

12.00 Joost de Draaier

14.00 Ferry Maat

16.00 Stevi Merike

18.00 Alan West

20.00 Crispian St John

22.00 Tony Allan

24.00 - 3.00 Mike Ross

News is read by Mike Ross.

Friday 7 May 1971

The Dutch service and Stevi Merike show are broadcast as normal, but the mediumwave and shortwave transmitters leave the air at 18.30 in the Alan West show for maintenance. Alan said that they would return to the air at 20.30, but only the shortwave transmitter returned.

News is read by Crispian St John.

 

Uit de Muziek Parade van Mei 1971

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Liviní Blues

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Reklame voor kniekousen ...

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De playlist van de 18 extra platen deze week

 

 

PLAYLIST

1

Aquaviva

Poetas Andaluces

Treiterschijf

1

Neil Diamond

I am Ö I said

Treiterschijf

2

Buffalo Springfield

For what it's worth

Kanskaart

3

Peddlers

Let me be turned to stone

Kanskaart

4

Middle of the Road

Tweedle dee, Tweedle dum

Kanskaart

5

Maggie McNeal

Isolation

Kanskaart

6

Tony & Tandy & Fleur-De-Lys

Two Can Make It Together

Playlist

7

Curved Air

It Happened Today

Playlist

8

Mungo Jerry

Somebody Stole My Wife

Playlist

9

Dave Edmunds

Iím Cominí Home

Playlist

10

Boz Scaggs

We were always sweethearts

Playlist

11

Mountain

The animal trainer and the toad

Playlist

12

Michael Nesmith & First National Band

Nevada fighter

Playlist

13

Brotherhood of Man

Reach out your hand

Playlist

14

Seatrain

13 Questions

Playlist

15

Guess Who

Albert Flasher

Playlist

16

Ides of March

L.A. Goodbye

Playlist

17

Shocking Blue

Never marry a railroad man

LP van de Week