Disney Time

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Disney Time
Genre Family
Presented by Various
Original language(s) English
Broadcast
Original channel BBC1

Disney Time was a television series that ran in the UK on the BBC, and also ITV at one point. It was a regular holiday schedule filler. Clips of Disney films were introduced by celebrity hosts, which over the years included Paul and Linda McCartney, Noel Edmonds, Sarah Greene, Doctor Who's Tom Baker, The Goodies and Phillip Schofield.

The following (incomplete) list is of programmes broadcast on BBC1. Prior to 1971, Christmas editions were always shown on Christmas Day itself.

1960's[edit]

1961[edit]

David Jacobs hosted "The World of Walt Disney" a compilation of excerpts on Christmas Day with clips from Pinocchio, Bambi, Song of the South, Melody Time, Bear Country, The Vanishing Prairie, Perri, Nikki, Wild Dog of the North, Moon Pilot, Bon Voyage, In Search of the Castaways, The Prince and the Pauper ((1962 film), part of Walt Disney anthology television series television series. It starred Guy Williams as Miles Hendon, and Sean Scully in the dual roles of Prince Edward and Tom Canty) and Babes in Toyland.

1962[edit]

"Hayley in Disneyland" - Hayley Mills meets Walt Disney in Hollywood on Christmas Day and introduces some of her favourite Disney films with scenes from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Fantasia, Dumbo, Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, The Legend of Lobo, 20,000 Leagues under the Sea, The African Lion, Summer Magic starring Hayley Mills and In Search of the Castaways

1963[edit]

"Walt Disney" on Christmas Day with David Tomlinson introducing scenes from Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, Treasure Island, Robin Hood, The Reluctant Dragon, The Adventures of Mr Toad, Swiss Family Robinson, In Search of the Castaways, 101 Dalmatians, Mary Poppins, Dr Syn, alias The Scarecrow, The Three Lives of Thomasina, The Sword in the Stone

1964[edit]

Julie Andrews introduced "Disney Time" on Christmas Day with excerpts from Pluto's Christmas Tree, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, The Living Desert, Emil and the Detectives, Vanishing Prairie, Peter Pan, The Monkey's Uncle, Three Caballeros, Bon Voyage !, The Legend of Lobo, Pinocchio, Those Calloways, Lady and the Tramp and Mary Poppins.

1965[edit]

Susan Hampshire with the help of Matthew Garber hosted the August Bank Holiday show on 29 August with excerpts from The Three Lives of Thomasina which Susan Hampshire starred in, Lady and the Tramp, The Incredible Journey, That Darn Cat !, Song of the South, The Sword in the Stone, Swiss Family Robinson, The Monkey's Uncle, Peter Pan, Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree, Mary Poppins and Goofy: How to ride a horse (1941).

Maurice Chevalier hosted the Christmas Day show with excerpts from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Bon Voyage !, Pinocchio, That Darn Cat !, In Search of the Castaways, Fantasia, A Country Coyote goes to Hollywood, Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree, The Waltz King, Peter Pan, Emil and the Detectives, Summer Magic, A Square Peg in a Round Hole, The Ugly Dachshund, Monkeys go home ! which starred Maurice Chevalier, Mary Poppins.

1966[edit]

Nancy Kwan hosted the Easter show on 11 April with excerpts from Alice in Wonderland, The Waltz King (1964), Mary Poppins, Peter Pan, The Ugly Dachshund, The Incredible Journey, Cinderella, Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree, Tenderfoot, Darby O'Gill and the Little People and Lt Robin Crusoe USN

Susan Hampshire hosted the August Bank Holiday show on 28 August with clips from Kidnapped, Lady and the Tramp, In Search of the Castaways, Jungle Cat (1964), The Absent-Minded Professor, 20,000 Leagues under the Sea, 101 Dalmatians, Perri, Rob Roy the Highland Rogue, The Hunting Instinct (1961), Lt Robin Crusoe USN, The Fighting Prince of Donegal.

Rolf Harris presented the Christmas Day show with extracts from Lady and the Tramp, Peter Pan, Wind in the Willows, Follow Me Boys !, Ballerina (1956), The The Fighting Prince of Donegal, Mary Poppins and Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree.

1967[edit]

The Easter show on 27 March was a three handed international - Leslie Crowther with Peter Glaze and from Paris Maurice Chevalier introducing clips from Fantasia, Bambi, Follow Me, Boys !, In Search of the Castaways, Monkeys Go Home starring Maurice Chevalier, Wind in the Willows, The Gnome-Mobile, Peter Pan and Song of the South.

Tommy Steele presented the August Bank Holiday show on 28 August with excerpts from Peter Pan, Treasure Island, Fun and Fancy Free, The Gnome-Mobile, The Million Dollar Collar, Three Little Pigs, Robin Hood, Jungle Book, Bullwhip Griffin and The Happiest Millionaire.

The Christmas Day show was introduced by Dick Van Dyke with clips from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Fantasia, Bear Country, Mary Poppins starring Dick Van Dyke, The Happiest Millionaire, Blackbeard's Ghost, Never a Dull Moment also starring Dick Van Dyke, and Jungle Book.

1968[edit]

Peter Ustinov hosted the Easter show on 14 April and introduced excerpts from Rob Roy, The Fighting Prince of Donegal, The Reluctant Dragon, A Knight for a Day, The Happiest Millionaire, Jungle Book and Blackbeard's Ghost (which he starred in).

Leslie Crowther presented the August Bank Holiday show on 2 September and introduced clips from Mary Poppins, The Absent-Minded Professor, Blackbeard's Ghost, The Happiest Millionaire, Bon Voyage !, The Parent Trap, Donald's Weekend, Jungle Book, Never a Dull Moment and Cinderella.

Val Doonican hosted the Christmas Day show with clips from Bambi, Mary Poppins, Peter Pan, Jungle Book, Donald's Snow Fight, The Happiest Millionaire, Never a Dull Moment and Cinderella.

1969[edit]

Easter Monday fell on 7 April and Disney Time was introduced by Stratford Johns including scenes from Fantasia, That Darn Cat, Jungle Book, Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery day, Cinderella, The Love Bug, Sammy the wayout seal and The Shaggy Dog (1963)

Petula Clark presented the Whitsun show With clips from A Hundred and One Dalmatians, The Absent-Minded Professor, Swiss Family Robinson, Wind in the Willows, Guns in the Heather, Cinderella, Seal Island and The Love Bug

The August Bank Holiday show on 1 September was hosted by Cilla Black from Blackpool with excerpts from: A Hundred and One Dalmatians, Ride a Northbound Horse, Mary Poppins, Bon Voyage !, Third Man on the Mountain, Hawaiian Holiday, Alice in Wonderland, The Love Bug and Dumbo

Julie Andrews introduces scenes and characters from some of her favourite Walt Disney films including Fantasia, Jungle Book, Swiss Family Robinson, Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day, King of the Grizzlies, 20,000 Leagues under the Sea, A Hundred and One Dalmatians, Pluto's Christmas Tree, Mary Poppins which starred Julie Andrews and Alice in Wonderland

1970's[edit]

1970[edit]

The Easter edition on 30 March introduced by Jimmy Tarbuck with scenes from Alice in Wonderland, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Treasure Island, King of the Grizzlies, My Dog, the Thief (1969), A Hundred and One Dalmatians, The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes and In Search of the Castaways

Cliff Richard introduced this Whitsun programme of Walt Disney films - The Living Desert, Pinocchio, Lady and the Tramp, The Love Bug, King of the Grizzlies, Alice in Wonderland, In Search of the Castaways, Hang your hat on the wind, and Jungle Book

Ken Dodd hosted the August Bank Holiday edition from Scarborough where he was appearing at the Futurist Theatre with excerpts from Cinderella, Dumbo, Pinocchio, In Search of the Castaways, 20,000 Leagues under the Sea, The Boatniks, Smoke, Treasure Island and The Aristocats

Harry Worth hosted Disney Time on Christmas Day at 4.30pm and introduced clips from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Pinocchio, Perri, That Darn Cat, Smoke, Jungle Book, The Aristocats and Charlie the lonesome Cougar

1971[edit]

The Easter edition was introduced by Harry Secombe on April 12 from his home in Surrey. Clips include Swiss Family Robinson, Dumbo, The Wild Country, The Sword in the Stone, The Hunting Instinct (Donald Duck), The Barefoot Executive and The Aristocats

The Whitsun Holiday was introduced by Lulu - Robin Hood, Alice in Wonderland, Pinocchio, Swiss Family Robinson, The Wild Country, One Hundred and One Dalmatians and Million Dollar Duck

On August Bank Holiday Disney Time was introduced by Derek Nimmo from the South of France with excerpts from Sleeping Beauty, The Living Desert, Scandalous John, The Aristocats, Treasure Island, Fantasia, The Boat Builders, Track of the Giant Snow Bear and Bedknobs and Broomsticks

Valerie Singleton, Peter Purves and John Noakes from Blue Peter hosted the Christmas Disney Time on 27 December with clips from Sleeping Beauty, Treasure Island, Robin Hood, Swiss Family Robinson, Wind in the Willows, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and Bedknobs and Broomsticks

1972[edit]

The Easter edition was introduced by Bruce Forsyth on April 3 and clips included Dumbo, Sleeping Beauty, Lt Robin Crusoe USN, Bedknobs and Broomsticks, Mickey Mouse Anniversary Show, Babes in Toyland, Now You See Him, Now You Don't, Bear Island and The Three Caballeros

Terry Thomas introduced the Whitsun show with excerpts from Dumbo, One Hundred and One Dalmatians, Robin Hood (not the 1973 cartoon), The Love Bug, Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree, Menace on the Mountain, Napoleon and Samantha, Now You See Him, Now You Don't

The August Bank Holiday show featured clips from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, The Aristocats, Napoleon and Samantha, Now You See Him, Now You Don't, The Living Desert, The Gnome-Mobile, Pablo and the Dancing Chihuahua and the Mickey Mouse Anniversary Show - no host is listed.

Rolf Harris hosted the Christmas Disney Time on Christmas Evefrom the Odeon, Leicester Square with excerpts from Snow White, Peter and the Wolf, Cinderella, Mickey Mouse Bear Country, Darby O'Gill and the Little People and Snowball Express.

1973[edit]

Roy Castle hosted the Easter show on 23 April from the National Sports Centre, Crystal Palace with excerpts from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Diamonds on Wheels, Mary Poppins, Snowball Express, Robin Hood, The World's Greatest Athlete, The Sword and the Stone, Saludos Amigos, The Incredible Journey and The Absent-Minded Professor.

The Whitsun show was introduced by Jon Pertwee from Stockholm with scenes from Mary Poppins, Alice in Wonderland, Pinocchio, The Incredible Journey, Diamonds on Wheels, The Sword in the Stone, The Gnome-Mobile, Fun and Fancy Free and The World's Greatest Athlete

Stanley Holloway hosted the August Bank Holiday show on 27 August - no clips are listed

Paul and Linda McCartney hosted the Christmas Disney Time on Boxing Day - no clips are listed

1974[edit]

Graham Hill from Brands Hatch introduced the Easter edition with clips from Song of the South, One Little Indian, One Hundred and One Dalmatians, That Darn' Cat, Run Cougar Run, Robin Hood, Superdad, Dumbo, Three Caballeros, The Absent Minded Professor and Herbie Rides Again

The Whitsun holiday show was hosted by Don Maclean and Peter Glaze on May 27 and featured excerpts from Peter Pan, Herbie Rides Again, Song of the South, Three Caballeros, Fun and Fancy Free, One Little Indian, That Darn Cat and Superdad

On August Bank Holiday the show was introduced by Rod Hull and Emu with scenes from That Darn Cat, Mickey's Fire Brigade, Superdad, Peter Pan, Alice in Wonderland, Island at the Top of the World, Charlie and the Angel and Song of the South

Derek Nimmo hosted the Christmas edition, not on Boxing Day but on the previous Saturday, 21 December and included clips from Peter Pan, Island at the Top of the World, Mary Poppins, Cast-away Cowboy, Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too, Sleeping Beauty, Robin Hood and One of Our Dinosaurs is Missing

1975[edit]

The Easter show was presented by Leslie Crowther with scenes from Lady and the Tramp, Island at the Top of the World, Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too, Escape to Witch Mountain, The Bears and I, Three Caballeros, Castaway Cowboy and Mickey Mouse Anniversary Show

Ed Stewart hosted the Whitsun show from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital for Children, Hackney Road, London. The films included Jungle Book, Escape to Witch Mountain, Lady and the Tramp, The Bears and I, The Apple Dumpling Gang and The Hunting Instinct

Tom Baker (as the Fourth Doctor) hosted the August Bank Holiday Disney Time on 25 August and introduced excerpts from Clock Cleaners, Blackbeard's Ghost, The Jungle Book, African Lion, The Apple Dumpling Gang, Bedknobs and Broomsticks, Return of the Big Cat, Escape to Witch Mountain and Lady and the Tramp.

Bing Crosby hosted the Christmas Disney Time on Boxing Day with clips from Jungle Book, Lady and the Tramp, The Apple Dumpling Gang, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Donald's Snow Fight, Melody Time, Return of the Big Cat and One of Our Dinosaurs is Missing

1976[edit]

Easter Monday fell on April 19 and Disney Time was presented by Roy Castle with scenes from A Hundred and One Dalmatians, Nikki, Wild Dog of the North, Man, Monsters and Mysteries, The Absent-Minded Professor, Escape from the Dark, Bambi, Black-beard's Ghost, One of Our Dinosaurs is Missing, Mail Pilot and Fun and Fancy Free.

The Whitsun show was hosted by Shari Lewis With Hush Puppy, Lamb Chop, Charlie Horse and Dandylion with scenes from Robin Hood, Blackbeard's Ghost, Bambi, One of Our Dinosaurs is Missing, Peter Pan, Lady and the Tramp, Jungle Book, Escape from the Dark and No Deposit, No Return.

August Bank Holiday was on Monday 30th and the show was presented by Bernard Cribbins and included scenes from Bambi, Escape from the Dark, 101 Dalmatians, No Deposit, No Return, The Strongest Man in the World and Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree

The Goodies hosted Christmas Disney Time on Boxing Day at 5:50 pm. It was presented from Selfridges store in London, and featured clips from Cinderella, Ride a Wild Pony, 101 Dalmatians, Dumbo, Jungle Book, The Shaggy DA, Bambi, The Treasure of Matecumbe and Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree.

1977[edit]

The Easter show on 8 April was hosted by John Craven and clips included Cinderella, Bambi, Treasure of Matecumbe, Wind in the Willows, Freaky Friday, The Shaggy DA and Pinocchio

The Whitsun bank holiday was moved back one week to coincide with the Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee holiday and Disney Time was on Tuesday 6 June (which was also the 33rd anniversary of D-Day). The show was presented by Noel Edmonds and excerpts included Cinderella, The Rescuers, The Shaggy DA, Swiss Family Robinson, Freaky Friday and Peter Pan

August Bank Holiday fell on the 29th - Disney Time was hosted by Val Doonican from Bournemouth and included Song of the South, Swiss Family Robinson, Freaky Friday, Donald Duck Goes West, The Rescuers, The Shaggy DA and Cinderella.

David Jacobs hosted Christmas Disney Time in a special to celebrate 50 episodes of the show (he introduced the very first show in 1961) on Holiday Tuesday, as Boxing Day was on a Sunday this year. He played host to some of the many stars who appeared in Disney films over the years. Sean Connery, Karen Dotrice, Jodie Foster, Susan Hampshire, Dean Jones, Sir John Mills, Hayley Mills and Peter Ustinov are amongst the celebrities who introduced scenes from their films including Darby O'Gill and the Little People, Mary Poppins, Candleshoe, Thomasina, Herbie goes to Monte Carlo, The Swiss Family Robinson, In Search of the Castaways, Robin Hood, Cinderella, The Rescuers and Pete's Dragon

1978[edit]

This Easter edition was introduced by Cliff Richard on 27 March. Films included The Rescuers, Alice in Wonderland, Candleshoe, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Mary Poppins, That Darn Cat, Pinocchio and Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo.

Penelope Keith presented the Whitsun show from Brighton with clips from Alice in Wonderland, Fantasia, Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo, Swiss Family Robinson, Pinocchio, Pete's Dragon, One Hundred and One Dalmatians, The Boatniks Hawaiian Holiday, Candleshoe and Jungle Book

The August Bank Holiday show was hosted by Little and Large from Great Yarmouth with excerpts from Pinocchio, Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo, Cinderella, Treasure Island, The Rescuers, Cat from Outer Space, Pete's Dragon, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, and Diamonds on Wheels.

Paul Daniels presented the Boxing Day Disney Time. Film clips included 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Fantasia, Return from Witch Mountain, Alice in Wonderland, Pete's Dragon, Cat from Outer Space, Sword in the Stone and Sleeping Beauty

1979[edit]

John Noakes hosted Easter Disney Time on 14 April at 5:30 pm from Port Hamble. Films included Fantasia, Bedknobs and Broomsticks, The Aristocats, Lady and the Tramp, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea and Return from Witch Mountain

Whitsun Disney Time on 28 May at 6:00 pm for the first time from Scotland, with the traditional mixture of new films and old favourites, both cartoon and live-action. Introduced by Isla St Clair from Troon, Ayrshire clips included Dumbo, Bambi, The Sword in the Stone, Bedknobs and Broomsticks, The Spaceman and King Arthur, Rob Roy, Hill's Angels and Greyfriars Bobby.

Jim Davidson hosted August Bank Holiday Disney Time on 27 August at 6:00 pm from Torbay. Excerpts from Dumbo, The Spaceman and King Arthur, Bedknobs and Broomsticks, Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day, The Incredible Journey, Hill's Angels, The London Connection and The Aristocats.

Rod Hull and Emu hosted Christmas Disney Time on Boxing Day at 5:10 pm and featured clips from The Aristocats, The Love Bug, The Ugly Dachshund, Sleeping Beauty and the new Disney science fiction film, The Black Hole.

1980's[edit]

1980[edit]

  • Paul Daniels hosted a Disney Time on 7 April at 5:30 pm
  • Mike Yarwood hosted Whitsun Disney Time on 24 May at 5:40 pm.
  • Jerry Stevens hosted August Bank Holiday Disney Time on Saturday 23 August at 6:15 pm.
  • Marti Caine hosted Christmas Disney Time on Boxing Day at 5:10 pm.

1981[edit]

This year there was an extra programme:

1982[edit]

  • Jimmy Tarbuck hosted Easter Disney Time on 12 April at 5:10 pm.
  • Kenny Everett hosted August Bank Holiday Disney Time on 30 August at 5:25pm
  • Rolf Harris hosted Christmas Disney Time on Christmas Sunday at 5:20pm

1983[edit]

1984[edit]

  • Noel Edmonds hosted Easter Disney Time on 24 April at 5:20pm.
  • Su Pollard hosted Whitsun Disney Time on 28 May at 5:05pm.
  • Keith Harris hosted August Bank Holiday Disney Time on 27 August at 5:05pm.
  • Paul Nicholas hosted Christmas Disney Time on New Year's Day at 5:20pm.

1985[edit]

  • The Krankies hosted Easter Disney Time on 8 April at 5:20pm.
  • Les Dennis and Dustin Gee hosted Whitsun Disney Time on 27 May at 5:10pm.
  • Ruth Madoc hosted August Bank Holiday Disney Time on 26 August at 5:10pm.
  • Jan Francis hosted Christmas Disney Time on Boxing Day at 4:10pm.

1986[edit]

  • Mike Smith hosted Easter Disney Time on 31 March at 5:20pm.
  • Bernie Winters hosted Whitsun Disney Time on 25 May at 5:50pm.
  • Rolf Harris hosted August Bank Holiday Disney Time on 25 August at 5:15pm.
  • Little and Large hosted Christmas Disney Time on Boxing Day at 4:00pm.

1987[edit]

  • David Jason hosted Easter Disney Time on 20 April at 5:20pm.
  • Phillip Schofield hosted Whitsun Disney Time on 25 May at 5:25pm.
  • Les Dawson hosted August Bank Holiday Disney Time on 31 August at 6:15pm.
  • Kenny Everett hosted Christmas Disney Time on 28 December at 4:00pm.

1988[edit]

Anneka Rice hosted Easter Disney Time on 4 April at 5:20pm with clips from Jungle Book, Pinocchio The Fox and the Hound, Make Mine Music, Fantasia, and Bedknobs and Broomsticks

The Whitsun show was presented by Anne Robinson. Films included: Jungle Book, The Aristocats, Cinderella, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Gary Wilmot introduced the August Bank Holiday show with excerpts from Dumbo, Jungle Book, Fantasia, Bambi, Lady and the Tramp and Mary Poppins

The Boxing Day Disney Time was hosted by David Essex with clips from Snow White, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Fantasia, and 101 Dalmatians.

1989[edit]

The Easter edition was hosted by Matt Goss of Bros. with clips from Jungle Book, Lady and the Tramp, Alice in Wonderland, Song of the South, Dumbo and Blackbeard's Ghost

At Whitsun Disney Time was presented by Lulu with excerpts from Lady and the Tramp, Jungle Book, Peter Pan, Mary Poppins, Cinderella and Pinocchio.

The August Bank Holiday edition was hosted by Frank Bruno. Films include Jungle Book, The Rescuers, Bambi, Oliver and Co and Cinderella.

For the first year since 1960 there was no Disney Time show on BBC1 over the Christmas holidays at all.

1990's[edit]

1990[edit]

This year there was just the Boxing Day show with Phillip Schofield from Disney World - no listings available. This was stated to be the 100th show by the host.

1991[edit]

Disney Time returned to its former pattern of being shown on most UK Bank Holidays, although every show was presented by Phillip Schofield.

The Easter show was broadcast on 1 April from Warwick Castle - no listings are available.

Whitsun Bank Holiday Disney Time was on 26 May - Phillip Schofield was assisted by Paul Daniels and clips included Cinderella, Mary Poppins and The Sword in the Stone

The August Bank Holiday show was broadcast on 26 August with excerpts from Dumbo, Peter Pan and the latest smash hit - The Rocketeer.

From Walt Disney World in Florida, Phillip Schofield introduced the Christmas edition on 28 December - clips with a nautical flavour from such cartoon classics as Pinocchio, Bedknobs and Broomsticks, The Little Mermaid and Mickey 's Christmas Carol.

1992[edit]

From the Tower of London Phillip Schofield introduced the Easter edition on 19 April - no listings are available.

The Whitsun show came from Euro Disney in France, Phillip Schofield presented a rollercoaster ride of clips from films such as The Rocketeer, and all-time cartoon classics such as Dumbo, Sleeping Beauty and Alice in Wonderland

Sarah Greene presented excerpts from Disney classics from Emmen Zoo in the Netherlands on August Bank Holiday show on 31 August including Cinderella, The Rescuers Down Under, and there was a preview of the new, Oscar-winning Beauty and the Beast.

Sarah Greene also presented the Christmas edition on 27 December with clips from Cinderella, The Little Mermaid, Dumbo and Beauty and the Beast

1993[edit]

There were no Disney Time shows this year

1994[edit]

The August Bank Holiday edition on 29 August was a spectacular wildlife edition hosted by Sarah Greene including clips from Lady and the Tramp, Homeward Bound, Robin Hood, and the phenomenally successful new Disney animated feature The Lion King. Featuring a special contribution from Johnny Morris.

This was the last edition listed in the Radio Times to date (2014).

The Disney Channel UK started broadcasting on BSkyB on 1 October 1995 but has never broadcast a similar show.

Miscellaneous[edit]

"Disney Time" is also a song on Jarvis Cocker's debut solo record, as well as a song on Millencolin's album: Same Old Tunes

References[edit]

External links[edit]

BBC Genome Project is the main source of all programme information[1]

  1. ^ http://genome.ch.bbc.co.uk/