The Docfcinp The moment of truth on which the mission depends as the two manned spacecraft join together for the first time in space
From London ARTHUR GARRATT describes the events with the voices of the Astronauts and Cosmonauts, with reports from PHILIP SHORT in Moscow.
The quiz game devoted to those days of not so long ago when music was melodic, lyrics were lyrical and a record player was simply called - gramophone!
This week Margaret Lockwood Vince Hill , Pete Murray Chairman Shaw Taylor
At the piano DENNIS GOMM
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7.30 Sports Desk including Cricket Scoreboard
Tony Capstick introduces recordings Of ARCHIE FISHER at the Preston Folk Club, BERNARD o'sullivan and tommy MCMAHON at Loughborough 74. gipsy's kiss in concert and residents of the Riverboat Folk Club, Colwyn Bay plus news from the Folk World.
Producer PETER pilbeam including at 8.15
The Apollo/Soyuz Mission
The hatch of the Soyuz spa cecra ft is opened and for the first time the American Apollo co tom Stafford and Module Pilot DON SLAYTON pass through to meet the Soviet Cosmonauts, ARTHUR GARRATT in London describes the events.
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