Fragrant memories from Victor ian and Edwardian times and a little later with PAT WHITMORE DEREK HAMMOND-STROUD THE REGINALD LEOPOLD ORCHESTRA THE BLACK DYKE BAND and THE YOUNG MEN Introduced by Alan Keith Producer ROBERT BOWMAN
Five of the fourth round ties take place tonight with NOTTS COUNTY, winners at Leeds in the last round, facing another formidable task at EVERTON; Third Division PETERBOROUCH away to MIDDLESBROUGH: the last Fourth Division survivors, DON-CASTER ROVERS, at home to HULL: and two all-First Division games BURNLEY v LEICESTER CITY and QUEENS PARK RANGERS V NEWCASTLE.
You can hear exclusive ' live ' commentary on the second half of one of tonight's matches, plus news of all the others.
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Some of the greatest popular songwriters of the century talk about their life and work. This week: Irving Berlin PETER CLAYTON introduces the man and his music, whose compositions include: There's No Business Like Show Business; Cheek to Cheek; A Couple of Swells; Isn't It a Lovely Day Written by PETER CLAYTON Producer BRIAN WILLEY
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