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: Simon Bates

J.15 Pause for Thought

: Terry Wogan

8.27 Racing Bulletin and at
8.45 Pause for Thought

: Pete Murray's Open House

including at 10.30
Waggoners' Walk

: Jean Challis

1.50 Cricket Scoreboard

: David Hamilton

as Radio 1. but including on 1500m only (also 202m Scotland)
2.45. 3.45 and 4.45 Sports Desk

: Waggoners' Walk

(Repeated: Wed 10 30 am)

: Sam Costa

including at 5.45 Sports Desk

: Sports Desk

: Beat the Record

Don Davis once again invites listeners by telephone to join in the national game of naming the tune.
Prizes for all who knots their music
If you would like to play this game, send a postcard giving your name. address and telephone number to: ' Beat the Record.' BBC, London W1A 4WW Devised by DON DAVIS Producer IAN FENNER
7.30 Cricket Scoreboard

Contributors

Unknown: Don Davis
Unknown: Don Davis
Producer: Ian Fenner

: Sing Something Simple

The Adam Singers directed by CLIFF ADAMS
Accompanied by JACK EMBLOW Producer JOHN BROWELL

Contributors

Directed By: Cliff Adams
Accompanied By: Jack Emblow
Producer: John Browell

: The Musical World of Frank Chacksfield

with the BBC Radio Orchestra and songs from JOANNE BROWN Introduced by Robin Boyle Producer BRIAN WILLEY

Contributors

Unknown: Joanne Brown
Introduced By: Robin Boyle
Producer: Brian Willey

: The Impresarios

Michael Craig continues the stories of the men who create the world of entertainment. Harold Fielding
3: The individual Impresario with the voices of Harold Fielding: I don'think one would be a good impresario if one had all successes, you'd get too cocky, you'd get to believe that you couldn'go wrong - you must be pulled up by these flops. Ray Cook : He's like a dynamo, I mean he's like a whirlwind, a white tornado - he's incredible, he races round that office - he laughs, he shrieks, he jumps up and down. When he's angry he stamps his feet, and bashes the table and says, No, no, no, I will not have it,' and then he laughs and says, ' Hat'e a drink.' Joe Brown about' Charlie Girl ': I never thought we'd get to the West End at all, but we did. It was a good effort all round, but I think it was mainly down to Fielding's guts that brought the thing off. and Ian Bevan , Joan Preston Research BILL SULLIVAN Written by FRANK SALTER Producer DAVID RAYVERN ALLEN

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Craig
Unknown: Ray Cook
Unknown: Joe Brown
Unknown: Charlie Girl
Unknown: Ian Bevan
Unknown: Joan Preston
Unknown: Bill Sullivan
Written By: Frank Salter
Producer: David Rayvern Allen

: * 1500m only (also 202m Scotland) Chris Finnegan v Johnny Frankham

The British Light-Heavyweight Championship
CHRIS FINNEGAN , one of Britain's favourite boxers, tries to regain the championship he lost just over a year ago to World Champion John Conteh. who has since relinquished it. His opponent for the vacant title on Mike Barret 's Albert Hall bill tonight is JOHNNY FRANKHAM of Reading who has often delighted British light fans with his unorthodox style. Exclusive live commentary by DESMOND LYNAM with inter-round summaries by HENRY COOPER.
Shown tomorrow in Sportsnight at 9.55 pm BBC1

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Finnegan
Unknown: John Conteh.
Unknown: Mike Barret
Unknown: Albert Hall
Unknown: Johnny Frankham
Commentary By: Desmond Lynam
Unknown: Henry Cooper.

: Colin Berry

with Music Through Midnight including Contact and at 12.0 Midnight Newsroom; weather

: News Summary

: * Closedown









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