Introduced by Sue MacGregor Guest of the Week:
Reading your Letters.
Outwardly Poor, Inwardly Rich: GRACE HALSELL tells what it feels like to be a Red Indian today.
Of Current Concern: a discussion of topics in the news. ANN MORRISH reads My Father's House by KATHLEEN CONLON (5)
Racing from Royal Ascot featuring the S.5 Queen Mary Stakes and the 3.45 Royal Hunt Cup
Commentary and reports by PETER BROMLEY
Fashion comment by AILSA GARLAND
Cricket: Reports on the first day of the West Indies Touring Team's opening match against Essex at Chelmsford, by TONY COZIER.
3.45* Sports Desk
Waggoners' Walk NW (Repeated: Thursday, 10.30 am) and at
4.45 Sports Desk
A game that adds up to questions of pop and popular music Popping the questions
Pete Murray and hoping to score Tony Blackburn and Roger Whittaker v
Terry Wogan and Peter Noone
Compiled and produced by RICHARD WILLCOX
1500m (102m in Scotland) only with Bob Holness; the midweek edition that puts you at the centre of events up and down the country, with the music of RONNIE ALDRICH AND HIS ORCHESTRA CORNS
Producer MARTIN FISHER
Including at 10.15 Sports Desk
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