People and developments that have influenced pop music. Thus week:
The Influence of Jazz on Pop An examination of how jazz music and musicians have influenced the world of rock and a look at the movement oalled ' jazz-rock '. With music from BLOOD, SWEAT AND TEARS. CHICAGO, SOFT MACHINE and Cream
Introduced by PETE DRUMMOND
Producer TONY HALE (Manchester)
with Ed Stewart
International Athletics -
Great Britain v USSR: ALAN PARRY and NORMAN CUDDEFORD report from Crystal Palace on the first day of this star-studded Bank Holiday Kraft International. PETER MATTHEWS provides the facts and figures Cricket: The John Player League and the fight for the Sunday League title, plus news of all today's matches.
Motor Cycling: The Czechosluvakian Grand Prix, the decisive round in this year's World Championship. CHRIS CARTER reports from Brno.
Rowing - The World Championships: Finals day in the women's and the lightweight events at Holme Pierrepont, Nottingham. Reporters PETER JONES , JOHN SNAGGE , PHIL KING. Cycling: HUGH PORTER and JOHN BURNS report from The World Championships in Belgium.
A Radio Sports Unit production
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