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2.0 Preview 3.45 Racing
2.5 Music 3.50 Music
2.30 Sports News 4.10 Motor Cycling
2.35 Music 4.20 Cycling
2.55 Racing 4.30 Sports News
3.10 Music 4.35 Cricket
3.30 Sports News 4.50 Music 5.35 Motor Cycling
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PREVIEW of the afternoon's sport at 2.0
CRICKET reports and recorded highlights Glamorgan v. The South Africans John Adolt, Charles Fortune atCarditl Yorkshire v. Lancashire 1. W. Swanton at Headingley Somerset v. Gloucestershire Alan Gibson at Bath Middlesex v. Sussex Brian Johnston at Lord's Derbyshire v. Northamptonshire Peter Cranmer at Derby at 4.35 and 6.10 Scoreboard: Lunchtime at 1.35;
CYCLING Evening at 6.40 Tour of Britain Organised by the British Cycling Fedoration. Promoted by the Milk Marketing Board A report on the first stage BLACKPOOL TO MORiCAMM by Sidney Salmarsh at 4.20
ATHLETICS The British Games Organised by 'The News of the World' Incorporating the Inter-County Championships FROM WHITE CITY STADIUM A report by Harold Abrahams illustrated by commentaries recorded by Rex Alston at 5.40
RACING at Hurst Park Commentaries by Raymond Glendenning assisted by Roger Mortimer The Crocker Bulteel Cup Handicap at 2.55 The Winstan Churchill Stakes at 3.45 (recorded)
MOTOR CYCLING Blandford International Road Race Meeting Organised by the Blackmore Vale M.C.C. Commentaries by Murray Walker and Eddie Filch FROM BLANDFORD CAMP. DORSET Senior Race at 3.35 and 4.10 Junior Race at 5.20 and 6.0
SPORTS NEWS News of the past hour, Including racing results and cricket scores at 2.30, 3.30, and 4.30 And full results at 5.30
MUSIC Eric Galloway and his Band (Eric Galloway and his Band are at the Majestic Ballroom, Finsbury Park) Morris Motors Band Conductor, G. V. Brooks (BBC recordings) and gramophone records, including Frank Cordell and his Orchestra * at 2.5, 2.35, 3.10, 3.50, 4.50, 5.55, 6.25 'These times are approximate


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Light Programme, 6 June 1960 14.00

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