including at 8.03 Racing Bulletin
with your Smiling Saturday Show
Bon Durbridge with the best of Radic2Extractsinwordsitnd music selected from last weed's programmes
Script by PETER CLAYTON Producers BRtAN WiLLBT *n<) BEN)S O'KEEFFE
1500m only (also 202m Scotland) VHF joins Radio 1
Starring the mind and madness of David Morgan
with Pat Coombs, Bill Pertwee and the Don Lusher Quartet
Script by David Morgan
Producer John Simmonds
(Rptd Sun 7.2 pm VHF, 247m, and 202m Scotland)
The Don Lusher
1500 m only (also 202m Scotland) VHF joins Radio 1
Introduced by John Helm
1.30; 2.20; 3.5; 3.20; 3.45; 3.55; 4.42; 5.0; 5.40*
Football League Special
A new season kicks off and Sport on 2 brings special coverage of this afternoon's games with exclusive live commentary on the second half of one of the top matches.
Score flashes throughout the afternoon from eight other grounds, results as they come in with classified checks at 5.0 and 5.45;*
1.30; 2.0; 2.20; 2.50; 3.20
Athletics: The Women's AAA Championships
After disappointing Olympic performances, Britain's women will be out to rebuild their reputations as they face international opposition at Crystal Palace Commentary and reports by Alan Parry and Peter Matthews
1.30; 2.10; 2.40; 3.10; 4.50; 5.40*
Racing from Kempton Park
Featuring commentary by Derek Thompson on the Playboy Nursery Handicap Stakes, worth Â£3,000 to the winner.
2.15 Crown Plus Apprentice Championship Stakes (1 3/4m)
2.45 Brooke Bond Tea Cup Ladies' Race (1 1/4m)
3.15 Playboy Nursery Handicap Stakes (6f)
1.30; 2.20; 2.50; 3.20; 4.50; 5.40*
The fight for the County Championship with reports on today's crucial games plus news of the West Indians' match against Gloucestershire at Bristol.
1.30; 2.0; 2.20; 3.20
Golf: The Double Diamond World Golf Classic
The world stars are at the King's Course, Gleneagles, for the final day of this international team match play tournament. Reports by John Fenton
And at 5.0 the return of:
Classified football checks at 5.0 and 5.45, reports and comments on the top stories of the day, the personalities making the news. Motor Sport at 5.30*, classified racing at 5.40*
Plus news of practice for the Czech motor cycling Grand Prix from Chris Carter in Brno; in bowls, reports on the Middleton Cup at Worthing from Harold Shapland.
1.30 News and Prospects from all featured events, including the lunchtime cricket score-board
3.5 Football score flashes
3.20 Football score flashes/Cricket/Athletics/Golf
3.45 Football half times
3.55 Football commentary
4.42 First football results
5.0 Sports Report
5.30 Motor Sport
5.40 Classified Racing/Football/Cricket
A Radio Sports Unit production
]5eemoM<!< (ftiso 202m Scotiond) VHP join! Radio 1
Speaking MusifHUM' Johnnie Ray reeaits the story behind the song </ Ycu Bcfteuf.
YcM Asked for <: a setection eftisteners'requests.
Gftne the itcuttds: songs and themes iron) the current re-teases.
The MtMOuW Brentcs: answers and winners of the mystery voice competition. tntroduce< by Da*id Be))*n Written and compiled by LYN FOXHURST inctuding at 3 Crest, Channet Metering )Bferma<i<Mt
]SOttncH)M <oiso 202mScotf<tnd) VHF jottu ttadio 1
(.fMt Sunday's brfMtdc<Mt)
Johnny Deugtas and the BBC MIDLAND RADIO ORCHESTRA p)ay the week's most poputar tunes fremRadio2programntea !ntre<)uce() by Jehn Dun * BBC BtrminphatH
Sidney Harrison plays and presents the varying styles of tostat and Schxefer and James Meedy
Producer tLAN cwtN
with the BBC RADIO ORCHESTRA
AnKeta Mer)ey and the Strings Alyn Ainsworth and the RADIO BIG BAND
Brian Fahey and the BBC SCOTTISH RADIO ORCHESTRa wtth DOn Estelle
!ntreduced by Don Durbridge Producers FRANK HOOPER and EOIN HAMILTON
Pre'.fntfd by David CeM
A menthty programme tT) which ).<oe young peepte in seven European countries vote to discover the number one record in Europe today.
Taking part this month are: P)NLANB(YLt:),Gt:RMANY(Wt)R) IRELAND (RTE), NORWAY (NRK) S)'A)M(RNE),SWEMN(SR) ))mTt:DK)NnBOM<BBC) Pro<)ucersTEVE<LLEX tl.2 Sports DesR
with The Late Show Including at 12
Midnight Newsroom; weather, motoring information