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: Sports Service

INTRODUCED BY TIM GUDGIN
CRICKET
Yorkshire v. Lancashire
Commentary by Robert Hudson
FROM SHEFFIELD
Gloucestershire v. Somerset
Commentary by John Arlott
FROM BRISTOL
Warwickshire v. Leicestershire
Commentary by Peter Cranmer
FROM EOGBASTON
At 3.0. 3.15, 3.35. 4.5, 5.0. 5.40
RACING
Steve Donoghue
Apprentices Handicap
Run over one mile and a half
Commentary by Peter Montague Evans with a summary by Roger Mortimer
FROM EPSOM
At 3.2
MOTOR RACING
Guards Trophy
A 76-lap race for Intercontinental Formula racing cars
Commentary by Robin Richards at the Grandstand, by Eric Tobitt at Westfield Send and Les Leston in the Pits
FROM BRANDS HATCH
Meeting organised by the British Racing Sports Car Club
At 3.27. 4.20. 4.37. and 5.33
MOTOR CYCLING
1961 British Championships
Meeting
Organised by the Cheshire Centre A.C.U.
Commentaries on the 500 c.c. race by Murray Walker at the Grandstand, and by George Carr at Knicker Brook
FROM OULTON PARK
At 3.57, 4.25. and 4.50
ATHLETICS
British Games incorporating Great Britain and Northern Ireland v. Hungary Organised by the British Amateur Athletic Board
Promoted by the News of the World'
A report by Harold Abrahams illustrated with commentaries recorded by Rex Alston
FROM WHITE CITY STADIUM, LONDON
At 5.20
SUMMARY OF TIMES
3.0 Cricket
3.2 Racing
3.15 Cricket
3.27 Motor Racing
3.35 Cricket
3.57 Motor Cycling
4.5 Cricket
4.20 Motor Racing
4.25 Motor Cycling
4.37 Motor Racing
4.50 Motor Cycling
5.0 Cricket
5.20 Athletics
5.33 Motor Racing
5.40 Cricket

Contributors

Introduced By: Tim Gudgin
Commentary By: Robert Hudson
Commentary By: John Arlott
Commentary By: Peter Cranmer
Commentary By: Peter Montague Evans
Unknown: Roger Mortimer
Commentary By: Robin Richards
Unknown: Eric Tobitt
Unknown: Les Leston
Unknown: Murray Walker
Unknown: George Carr
Unknown: Oulton Park
Unknown: Harold Abrahams
Unknown: Rex Alston

: TALKING ABOUT THE PROMS

Alec Robertson introduces some of the music to be broadcast from the Promenade Concerts during, the coming week
This morning's recorded broadcast in the Home Service

Contributors

Introduces: Alec Robertson

: PARENTS AND CHILDREN

Teenagers Talk
What do teenagers think about adult views on teenagers? What makes a person adult rather than adolescent? What is ' loutish ' behaviour?
These are some of the questions discussed by a group of boys from a Secondary Modern School in Kent, in conversation with D. L. HOWARD , a sociologist and head of the English department of the school concerned.

Contributors

Unknown: D. L. Howard

: Third Programme

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