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The Organ of the Royal Festival Hall, London
FELIX APRAHAMIAN talks about this famous instrument Illustrations played by RALPH DOWNES ,
Curator of the organ
See page 6
Second movement from
Symphony No. 3, In C minor
Suisse ROMANDE Orchestra
Conducted by ERNEST ANSERMET on a gramophone record


Talks: Felix Aprahamian
Played By: Ralph Downes
Unknown: Pierre Segon
Conducted By: Ernest Ansermet


Introduced by BOB WILLCOX
Martini International Club Tournament
Reports by TOM Scott on the final day's play
From Royal Liverpool Golf Club, Hoylake
English Open Amateur
Stroke Play Championship for the Brabazon Trophy
Reports by FRANK PENNINK on the final day's play
From Royal Birkdale Golf Club Lancashire
1.0; 2.15; 3.25; 4.35; 5.35
Gloucestershire w. West Indies
Commentaries by Rex ALSTON and Roy LAWRENCE
From Bristol
Surrey v. Kent
Commentary by BRIAN JOHNSTON
From The Oval
Warwickshire v. Hampshire
Commentary by ROBERT HUDSON
From Coventry
1.10; 2.25; 3.35; 4.0; 4.45; 5.45
1.55 Cricket Preview 1963 BRIAN JOHNSTON discusses the prospects for the coming season with E. W. SWANTON, S. C. GRIFFITH, Secretary of the M.C.C., and R. A. ROBERTS
1.50 Down the Card with PETER BROMLEY
3.5 The Victoria Cup
A handicap race for three-year-olds and upwards run over a distance of seven furlongs
Commentary by PETER BROMLEY , with a summary by ROGER MORTIMER
From Ascot Heath
3.40 Charles Elsey Challenge Trophy
A handicap race for four-year* olds and upwards run over a distance of a mile and a half.
Commentary by PETER MONTAGUE-EVANS From Beverley
5.30 A review of the day's highlights by PETER BROMLEY
5.15 A.S.A. Trials
An illustrated report by ALUN Williams with comments by PAT BESFORD
From Walsall Gala Baths
Summary of Times
1.0 Golf
1.10 Cricket
1.50 Racing
1.55 Cricket
2.15 Golf
2.25 Cricket
3.5 Racing
3.25 Golf
3 35 Cricket
3.40 Raclnf
4.0 Cricket
4.35 Golf
4.45 Cricket
5.15 Swimming
5.30 Racing
5.35 Golf
5.45 Cricket


Introduced By: Bob Willcox
Unknown: Tom Scott
Unknown: Frank Pennink
Unknown: Rex Alston
Unknown: Roy Lawrence
Commentary By: Brian Johnston
Commentary By: Robert Hudson
Unknown: Brian Johnston
Unknown: R. A. Roberts
Unknown: Peter Bromley
Commentary By: Peter Bromley
Unknown: Roger Mortimer
Unknown: Charles Elsey
Commentary By: Peter Montague-Evans
Unknown: Peter Bromley
Unknown: Alun Williams

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