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 4: Sing-Along-A-Max
Script and narration David Gell Producer DENYS JONES
A perilous voyage undertaken by Bob and his special guest Peter Jones , with fellow-travellers David Jason Barbara Mitchell , 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) VIIF joins Radio 1
Introduced by Desmond Lynam
1.30; 2.0; 3.5; 3.45; 5.0* Football League Special
Sport on 2's unrivalled coverage of the afternoon's football - live score-flashes from six top matches, with second-half commentary on one of them, results as they come in and a classified check at 5.0.
1.40; 2.25; 2.55; 3.25; 5.45* Racing: Newbury
2.30 Washington Singer Stakes
3.0 William Hill H'cap Stakes
3.30 Geoffrey Freer Stakes
Commentator DEREK THOMPSON
Together with results from today's other meetings.
1.45; 2.35; 3.5; 3.35; 4.50; 5.25* Cricket
The battle for the County Championship, with special reports on: Glamorgan v Hampshire
HENRY BLOFELD from Cardiff Middlesex v Surrey
BRIAN JOHNSTON from Lord's Worcestershire v Essex
PETER CRANMER from Worcester Plus news of Lancashire v the Pakistan Touring Team and the other championship games.
1.50; 2.35; 3.5; 3.35; 4.50; 5.30* Golf: York
The Benson and Hedges Festival Reports on the final round by PERCY HUGGINS and JOHN FENTON from the Fulford Golf Club.
Motor Racing The battle for the World Championship
BARRIE GILL reports from Osterreichring, scene of tomorrow's Austrian Grand Prix - the 14th of the 17 races counting towards the 1974 Championship. News. too. from Worthing of the English Bowling Association Championships, and at
4.42* the return of Sports Report
Football results as they come in, a classified check at 5.0, a report-a-minute on the top games of the day, the personalities who make the news, comment on the issues of the moment, and classified racing results at 5.45*.
1.30 News/prospects from all featured events
1.45 Lunchtime Scoreboard
1.55 Shipping Forecast
2.0 Motor Racing/Football
2.25 Racing; 2.35 Cricket/Golf
3.25 Racing; 3.35 Cricket/Golf
3.45 Football half-times
3.55 Football commentary
4.42 Sports Report
5.0 Classified Football
5.45 Classified Racing
Events may alter timings
A Radio Sports Unit production
1500m only 'also 202m Scotland) VHF joins Radio 1 with Colin Edwynn and Daphne Oxenford Music directed by BRIAN FITZGERALD
Written and produced by JAMES CASEY
7.30 Sports Desk: with close-of-play cricket scoreboard
BBC NORTHERN DANCE ORCHESTRA conductor ALAN MOORHOUSE BERNARD HERRMANN AND
HIS ORCHESTRA play the week's most popular tunes from Radio 2 programmes Introduced this week by Colin Berry
Applications to join the listening panel should be addressed to ' Radio 2 Top Tunes,' BBC, Pebble Mill Road, Birmingham B5 7QQ
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 Elaine Delmar
Introduced by Simon Bates Producers FRANK HOOPER and EOIN HAMILTON
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