1969 saw much less sharing of programmes with Radio 2
'Saturday Club' last show (18th) - replaced by Kenny Everett, his grannyphone and butler 'Crisp' who was played by actor Brian Colvin.
Pete Brady was replaced by Guy Blackmore in the daily 2Pm slot.
Pete Drummond began a new series at 6.32pm reviewing new releases.
Fans attacked a Radio 1 commissionaire at the London branch of Radio 1 Club.
David Symonds was replaced in his Monday to Friday slot by Tony Brandon.
Terry Wogan was given his own daily breakfast show after covering for Jimmy Young.
Dave Cash moved to early evenings replacing Tony Brandon.
Pete murray launched his 'Open House' replacing the Family Choice show - only the first hour was transmitted on 247m.
Scene and Heard moved to 1Pm just before the Rosko show.
Johnnie Walker started at Radio 1 with a Saturday show, 2-3.55 pm having broadcast on Radio Caroline, risking prosecution under the Marine Offences Act, until early 1969.
John Peel began a weekly 1 hour show on Wednesdays.
Jimmy Savile launched 'Speakeasy,' a young peoples' uninhibited discussion programme interspersed with music.
SUNDAYS in 1969
Stuart Henry replaced by David Symonds in January (until April when Stuart moved to 9pm on Sundays). Mike Raven re-timed to 10pm and later to 7.30pm.
Ray moore introduced 'Stage One' at 4Pm assisted by Bob miller and his millermen - this show saw Gilbert O' Sullivan making his musical debut.
After a few months, David Symonds was replaced by Dave Lee Travis.
A new weekly show was launched for trialling new D.J.'s. Going through their paces included Stevi merike, Bill Gates (no not that one), Dave Eastwood, Anne Nightingale and Noel Edmonds.
In September a new 7pm series was launched with Peter Sarstedt, who previously sang a 'suspect' song on the Radio 1 Club show!