Fragrant memories from
Victorian and Edwardian times and a little later, with VALERIE MONESE , BARRY KENT REGINALD LEOPOLD ORCHESTRA
THE REDBRIDGE BRASS and THE YOUNG MEN
Introduced by Alan Keith Producer ROBERT BOWMAN
Richard Dunn , who a month ago became the first Yorkshireman since Bruce Wood -cock to win the British Heavyweight Championship, returns to Wembley tonight for his first fight since taking the title. Exclusive ' live ' commentary on the whole of the 15-round contest by DESMOND LYNAM , with inter-round summaries by HENRY COOPER.
Introduced direct from the ringside by PETER JONES
Plus news of the rest of the action on this Harry Levene promotion - which also features the British Middleweight Championship fight between Kevin Finnegan and Alan Minter-and reports from An. field on the UEFA Cup-tie between Liverpool and San Sebastian.
A Radio Sports Unit production See Sportsnight tomorrow, 9.55 pm BBCl
A series in which some of the greatest popular songwriters of the century talk about their life and work. This week: Hal David JOHN DUNN introduces the man and his music, whose compositions include: Alfie; Do You Know The Way to San Jose: A House is Not a Home; The Look of Love: Magic Moments: Make It Easy On Yourself; 24 Hours from Tulsa; What The World Needs Now: What's New Pussycat?; Wives and Lovers. Written bv CHARLES THOMPSON Producer: BRIAN WILLEY
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