Max Bygraves tells, in his own words and those of his friends, the story of his climb from humble beginnings in South-East London to international fame as an entertainer
3: From London Palladium to New York Palace
Script and narration by David Gell
Producer DENYS JONES
on Love. Being an inexpert dissertation on a fascinating subject, expertly performed by Bob's friends David Jason Julia McKenzie , and JACK EMBLOW (for odd lines) AND HIS SEPTET (for odd music) Written by bob MONKHOUSE Producer JOHN BROWELL (Repeated: Sunday, 7.2 pm)
1500m only (also 202m Scotland) VHF joins Radio 1
Introduced by Desmond Lynam
1.30; 3.0; 3.55'
Football: Wembley Leeds United v Liverpool The League Champions v The FA Cup winners
Commentators PETER JONES and ALAN PARRY with MIKE ENGLAND.
1.35; 2.10; 2.40; 5.45* Racing: Redcar
2.15 Bass Rosebowl
2.45 William Hill Gold Cup
Commentator PETER BROMLEY.
1.40; 2.15; 2.50; 3.45; 4.45* Cricket
England v Pakistan
Reports from Lord's by CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS and HENRY BLOFELD on the Second Test Match. Also
Hampshire v Lancashire
Reports from Bournemouth by STANLEY ALLEN
Worcestershire v Somerset
Reports from Worcester by ALAN GIBSON.
1.45; 2.15; 2.50; 3.45; 4.50* Athletics: Crystal Palace
British International Games
(including the Ems ley Carr Mile) Commentators NORMAN CUDDEFORD and PETER HILDRETH.
2.6; 4.50* Golf
The Dutch Open
Reports from JOHN FENTON on the third round at Hilversum Golf Club, Holland. Also reports from TOM SCOTT on the final day's play in the Colgate European Open Championship for women at Sunningdale. Timetable:
1.30 News and prospects
1.40 Lunchtime Cricket scores
1.55 Shipping Forecast
2.0 Golf; 2.10 Racing
4.45 Teatime Cricket scores
5.45 Classified Racing' Results A Radio Sports Unit production
with the BBC RADIO ORCHESTRA Angela Morley and the strings Alyn Ainsworth and the Radio Big Band
Brian Fahey and the BBC SCOTTISH RADIO ORCHESTRA with Peter Morrison
Introduced by Simon Bates Producers FRANK HOOPER and DAVID WEARE
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