Tlie Network Three transmitters, both medium-wave and VHF, will be used for one channel Heft) and the BBC's television sound transmitters for the other (right)
THIS PROGRAMME INCLUDES:
A recording of Act 3 of Orazio Vecchi 's madrigal opera L'Amfiparnaso sung in the English translation of Edward Dent by the BBC Midland Singers conductor. John Lowe with narration written and spoken by Alvar Lidell and, gramophone records of music played by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Sir Thomas Beecham
INTRODUCED BY ROBIN BOYLE
Yorkshire v. The Australians
Commentary by E. W. Swanton and Bob Richardson
AT BRADFORD Surrey v. Worcestershire
Commentary by Rex Alston
AT THE OVAL
Somerset v. Hampshire Commentary by Alan Gibson
AT 3.0, 3.30, 4.0, 4.45, 5.10 and 5.35
The Great Jubilee Handicap
Run over a distance of on* mile two furlongs
Commentary from the Grandstand by Peter Bromley with a summary by Roger Mortimer
AT KEMPTON PARK
Commentary by Raymond Baxter. Robin Richards , and John Bolster on the Inter-Continental Formula race of 80 laps for the Daily Express International Trophy
AT 3.0, 3.20, 4.15 and 4.35
The North-West '200'
Commentary by Graham Walker and Billy Clark at the Portstewart, Coleraine, Portrush Circuit
AT PORTSTEWART at 3.0 350 C.C. (Result) at 3.50 250 C.C. (Closing Stages) at 4.30, 5.5, and 5.25 500 c.c
SUMMARY OF TIMES
Cricket, Motor Racing, Motor Cycling
3.20 Motor Racing
4.15 Motor Racing
4.35 Motor Racing
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