1500m only (also 202m Scotland) VHF ioins Radio I
The Lawn Tennis Championships Commentary by MAX ROBERTSON
GERALD WILLIAMS JOHN MOTSON and NORMAL CUDDEFORD. Expert analysis from FRED PERRY , CHRISTINE JANES and BOB HOWE. Plus up-to-the minute news of all matches, and the personalities visiting the All England Club for the world's greatest tennis championships. Introduced from Wimbledon by PETER JONES including at
2.45* and 3.45* Sports Desk
The new comedy game described as a riotous assembly
Having a riot Bernard Cribbins Barry Cryer , Jim Davidson and Don Maclean
Riot control by Lance Percival Scriptrioting by DANNY GREENSTONE , GRAHAM DEYKIN Alibis produced by JOHN LLOYD
Tony Capstick introduces recordings made at Folk on the Moor. Heaton Moor Rugby Club; ROGER AND HELEN WATSON recorded at the Wadebridge Festival 1975 and If I Had a Song
3: A Sense of Place
Written and introduced by SAM RICHARDS
News from the Folk World Producer PETER PILBEAM BBC Manchester
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