De hoogste nieuwe deze week is Wait for the sun van Bolland & Bolland op nummer 30. De Matromony van Gilbert O’Sullivan zakt deze week van 5 naar 8 en Ooh-wakka-doo-wakka-dee komt nieuw binnen op 34. De “stuiterplaat”, zoals Ferry Maat deze wel plachtte te noemen, van Keith Beckingham & Dukes (Women in love) komt nieuw binnen op 43. De maxi-single van Procol Harum staat deze week onveranderd op nummer 1. De treiterschijf is van Bata Illic : Michaela. Het ochtendeditie team heeft een wel hele mooie plaat tot kanskaart gekozen : It’s going to take some time this time van Richard en Karen Carpenter.
Deze Top 50 kun je hier beluisteren:
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.
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 Pop-telescoop van 13 Juli 1972.
The RNI memories of Michael Downing for this week
Saturday 15 July 1972
A mobile discotheque today is advertised as featuring Tony Berk and Tony Allan, but, as Tony Allan is on board the Mebo 2 at present, presumably Terry Davis will appear instead.
Tonight's programmes are:
19.00 Tony Allan (International Prediction Hit 40)
22.00 Brian McKenzie (Reviews)
23.00 Rob Eden (Kent Request Hour)
24.00 Arnold Layne
3.00 - 7.00 Mike Ross
Rob Eden, Brian McKenzie, Arnold Layne and Tony Allan all read news. Tony Allan does not like "I'll take you there" by the Staple Singers, no. 17 in this week's Top 40. The temperature on board the Mebo 2 this evening is the hottest that it's been this year so far at 19 degrees, so Tony Allan threatens to take off his trousers, but doesn't. There is a repeat of last year's "In Concert" programme with T Rex between 4.00 and 5.00 in the Mike Ross Skyline show.
Sunday 16 July 1972
From 14.30 to 16.30 Leo van der Goot hosts Driemaster live from the deck of the Mebo 2. Mike Ross and Tony Allan are also featured in this broadcast, as well as crew members and passing ships.
The programme schedule this evening is:
19.00 Brian McKenzie (Hitback Show)
21.00 Rob Eden (Cloud Nine)
23.00 Arnold Layne (Kent Request Hour)
24.00 - 3.00 Tony Allan
All DJs read news. Rob Eden describes the 21.30 newsreader as "Soul Sister Tony Allan".
Peter Holland and Tony Berk are the DJs appearing in today's mobile discotheque.
Monday 17 July 1972
Temperature on board this evening is again 19 degrees. The programmes this evening are:
19.00 Arnold Layne
21.15 Rob Eden
23.00 Tony Allan (Kent Request Hour)
24.00 - 3.00 Brian McKenzie
All four DJs are on news at some point during the evening.
Tuesday 18 July 1972
Arnold Layne goes off on two weeks' holiday and Hans ten Hooge also goes off on shore leave. Returning today are Gerard Smit and Terry Davis. Temperature on board the Mebo 2 this afternoon is 24 degrees and tonight's programme schedule is:
19.00 Tony Allan
21.00 Rob Eden
23.00 Terry Davis (Kent Request Hour)
24.00 - 3.00 Brian McKenzie
After offering a copy of Bolland and Bolland's "Wait for the sun" to the first five people to write in and tell him the title of the previous Bolland and Bolland single, Tony Allan is astounded that he had received six answers within 48 hours from Holland and Belgium. Only two of these were the right answer, however. But he will still send a copy of the record to all six and also to the first six to arrive from the UK and Germany. All four DJs featured in this evening's programmes also read news.
Wednesday 19 July 1972
Mike Ross, who was to go off on the tender yesterday, is still on board, so will not feature in the mobile discotheque advertised for today. Ferry Maat is the other DJ advertised as appearing.
Apparently it has been an outrageous day on board - the other DJs have pulled Mike Ross's bed to bits. News is again read by all four DJs featured in the programming, which follows the same schedule as yesterday.
Thursday 20 July 1972
Leo van der Goot goes off on shore leave and Nico Steenbergen returns and takes over on Driemaster.
A new set of jingles on the Tony Allan show this evening and Tony also has six winners from the UK for his Bolland and Bolland competition. Rob Eden was watching something on television until 21.15, so Tony Allan filled in until then, playing the whole of the "Five Bridges Suite" by the Nice from around 20.45 until Rob arrived in the studio. Rob Eden, Terry Davis, Brian McKenzie and Tony Allan read the news in that order.
Friday 21 July 1972
Tony Berk has an interview with Billy Jones on his programme and Ferry Maat has one with a member of the Walkers.
Mike Ross hosts the Skyline programme from 3.00 to 6.00 on Saturday morning and newsreaders are Rob Eden, Terry Davis, Brian McKenzie and Tony Allan.
Tony Berk and Ferry Maat appear in a mobile discotheque today.
New records played on RNI this week included:
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De nieuwe releases
De playlist van de 17 extra platen deze week