People and developments that have influenced pop music.
Leiber and Stoller this year celebrate 25 years of success.
This second programme traces their career from 1959 to the present day and their influence on such diverse talents as the Drifters, Peggy Lee, Phil Spector and Stealers Wheel.
Introduced by Alan Parry
Motor Racing: the French Grand Prix, barriegill reports. Rowing: JOHN SNAGGE reports on Henley Royal Regatta.
Cricket: reports on the John Player League plus highlights and scores from other games. News of racing in France; and a report on the Tour de France. A Radio Sports Unit production
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