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: Sports Service

Introduced by Rodney Burke

CRICKET
1.15; 2.10; 3.30; 3.50; 4.35; 5.40 Sussex v. Middlesex
Commentary by JOHN ARLOTT Lancashire v. Yorkshire
Commentary by Robert HUDSON Derbyshire v. Warwickshire
Commentary by PETER CRANMER
RACING
1.40 Down the Card with PETER BROMLEY
3.0 Steve Donoghue
Apprentice Handicap
A race for apprentice riders only run over a distance of one-and-a-half miles (The Derby course)
Commentary by PETER BROMLEY ; summary by ROGER MORTIMER
5.20 A Review by PETER BROMLEY
MOTOR RACING
Brands Hatch
International Meeting
1.45 Finish of the Twenty Guards Trophy Race for sports cars and prototype grand touring cars up to 2,000 c.c.
3.20t Finish of the Slip Molyslip Trophy Race for touring cars
3.40 Start of the Guards International Trophy Race for sports cars and prototype grand touring cars over 2,000 c.c. and grand touring cars over 2.500 c.c.
5.5 Finish of the Guards International Trophy Race
Commentary by Robin Richards , Eric Tobitt , and LES LESTON
MOTOR CYCLING
1963 British Championships Meeting
Organised by the Cheshire Centre A.C.U.
1.55 Finish of 350 c.c. race
2.50 Finish of 125 c.c. race
4.15 Finish of 250 c.c. race
4.55 Finish of second side-car race
5.50 Progress report on 500 c.c. race
Commentaries by MURRAY WALKER at the Grandstand, and by GEORGE CARR at Knicker Brook
ATHLETICS
2.5; 3.15; 4.30; 5.25
Great Britain v. U.S.A.
Organised by the British Amateur Athletic Board tn conjunction with the ' News of the World '
Commentaries and reports by REX ALSTON and HAROLD ABRAHAMS

Contributors

Introduced By: Rodney Burke
Commentary By: John Arlott
Commentary By: Robert Hudson
Commentary By: Peter Cranmer
Unknown: Peter Bromley
Unknown: Steve Donoghue
Commentary By: Peter Bromley
Unknown: Roger Mortimer
Review By: Peter Bromley
Commentary By: Robin Richards
Commentary By: Eric Tobitt
Commentary By: Les Leston
Unknown: Murray Wal
Unknown: George Carr
Unknown: Rex Alston
Unknown: Harold Abrahams

: IMPROVE YOUR GERMAN

Programme 22
Script by SYDNEY SALAME
ROLF RICHARDS as Herr Muller ANDREW SACHS as Richard Produced by ARTHUR LANGFORD
Repeated on Friday at 6.40
For details of accompanying booklet see page 38

Contributors

Script By: Sydney Salame
Script By: Rolf Richards
Unknown: Herr Muller
Unknown: Andrew Sachs
Produced By: Arthur Langford

: PARENTS AND CHILDREN

Teaching in Primary Schools
Do the children play too much? Are tables thoroughly taught? What about spelling? Miss M. V. DANIEL , who has trained many primary school teachers, talks with JOAN YORKE.
The Odd Man Out
Problem children are not necessarily neglected children or orphans, or from bad homes. There is often a ' difficult ' child in a normal, happy home. The speaker, who is a psychiatrist and a mother, considers some of the reasons why a child may become a trouble to his parents.

Contributors

Unknown: Miss M. V. Daniel
Unknown: Joan Yorke.








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