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: Barry Alldis

with The Early Show including at
6.15 Pause for Thought

: Terry Wogan

including at
8.27 Racing Bulletin and at
8.45 Pause for Thought

: Pete Murray's Open House

(Requests, on postcards please, to Open House,' BBC, London W1A 4WW) including at
Waggoners' Walk NW

: Jimmy Young

: Joe Henderson

including at
1.45 and 2.15 Sports Desk: with up-to-the-minute racing results

: John Dunn

Racing from Newbury
Featuring the 3.0 Horris Hill Stakes. Commentary and reports by PETER BROMLEY
3.45 Sports Desk: with up-to-the-minute racing results.
Waggoners' Walk NW (Repeated: Friday. 10.30 am) Written by ALAN DOWNER and JILL HYEM

The cast this week:

and at 4.45 Sports Desk: with up-to-the-minute racing results


Presenter: John Dunn
Commentary/Reporter (Racing from Newbury): Peter Bromley
Writer (Waggoners' Walk): Alan Downer
Writer (Waggoners' Walk): Jill Hyem
Producer (Waggoners' Walk): Glyn Dearman
Producer (Waggoners' Walk): David Johnston
Mike Nash: Edward Cast
Claire Nash: Ellen McIntosh
Barbara Watling: Patricia GalIimore
Kay Munro: Eva Haddon
Jack Munro: Rod Beacham
Alice Turner: Hazel Coppen
Cordon Turner: Will Leighton
Peter Tyson: Basil Moss
Lynn Tyson: Judy Franklin
Arthur Tyson: Lockwood West
Ben Woodhouse: David Valla
Cliff Edwards: Anthony Jackson
Colin Bartley: Roger Hammond
Jean Lennox: Maureen Morris
Matt Prior: Michael Deacon
Liz Warner: Joan Harrison
Don Merrow: Geoffrey Matthews
Ferdy: John Pullen
Mr Watling: Don McKillop
Marcus Whitby: Edward Duke
Diana Whitby: Margaret Anderson
Alexander Whitby: Godfrey Kknton
Headmaster: Duncan McIntyre

: Tony Brandon 650 Sports Desk

A round-up of the day's news, with classified racing results

: Ask a Cine Question

Who's the star. what's the film, the scene, the song and the sound effect?
Test your movie knowledge against this week's panel: Ned Sherrin
Bob Monkhouse and Muriel Pavlow
Asking the cine questions Dick Vosburgh
Devised and compiled by LYN FAIRHURST
Where did Lyn Fairhurst get the title for the programme? ' was lying on the beach at Las Palmas: I don'know whether it was the sun or the wine! '


Unknown: Ned Sherrin
Unknown: Bob Monkhouse
Unknown: Lyn Fairhurst

: Kenneth McKellar

with A Song For Everyone with Brian Fahey and the Scottish Radio Orchestra leader IAN TYRE
Producer EOIN HAMII. TON Fake Fahey: page 4


Unknown: Brian Fahey
Producer: Eoin Hamii.

: Country Club

A weekly get-together with all kinds of Country music
Introduced bv David Allan Producer COLlN CHANDLER


Unknown: David Allan
Producer: Colln Chandler

: Folkweave

visits the Argyll Folk Club, Ripley
Introduced by Tony Capstick Producer PETER PILBEAM


Introduced By: Tony Capstick
Producer: Peter Pilbeam

: Alan Moorhouse

conducts the NDO
Introduced by PETER WHEELER Producer JOHN wii. cox


Introduced By: Peter Wheeler
Producer: John Wii.

: Late Night Extra

1500m (202m in Scotland) only Bob Hotness with the international world of music and news, featuring
Producer GEOFF DOBSON including at
10.15 Sports Desk


Unknown: Bob Hotness
Unknown: John Fox
Producer: Geoff Dobson

: Night Ride

Introduced by Eugene Fraser With JULIE DAWN and your letters


Introduced By: Eugene Fraser
Introduced By: With Julie Dawn

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