Football League, by Charles Buchan
Scottish League, by Tommy Muirhead
Racing: Raymond Glendenning on today's meeting at
Rugby Union, by Rex Alston
Rugby League, by Alan Dixon
Introduced by Eamonn Andrews
Wynford Vaughan Thomas visits a point on one of the main roads leading out of London and talks to some of the many motorists who are 'out and about' this Easter. He asks them to choose their favourite records which are played for them by the BBC Gramophone Library
Further reports, news, and comment
Leading players, administrators, and journalists talk with Eamonn Andrews
Today's programme includes:
First Division. Arsenal v. Luton Town ; Cardiff City v. West Bromwich Albion ; Huddersfield Town v. Manchester United: Wolverhampton Wanderers v. New-castle United Second Division : Liverpool v. Bristol City; Sheffield Wednesday v. Notts. County
Scottish League : an outstanding match
Rugby Union: London Schools v. Paris Schools at Twickenham
A tour of the world of music in the company of Laurie Payne , Jean Campbell
BBC Variety Orchestra
Conductor, Paul Fenoulhet
(Laurie Payne is appearing in "The Water Gipsies- at the Winter Garden Theatre, London)
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