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: Tom Edwards

Producer FRANCES LINZ including at
8.3 Racing Bulletin

Contributors

Producer: Frances Linz

: * as Radio 1

: Sam Costa

Producer DAVID WELSBY BBC Birmingham
(Sam introduces Glamorous Nights tomorrow at 7.30 pm)

Contributors

Producer: David Welsby

: Two's Best

Len Jackson with the best of Radio 2. Extracts in words and music selected from last week's programmes.
Script by KEITH HOWELL Producers BRIAN WILLEY and DENIS O KEEFFE

Contributors

Unknown: Len Jackson
Script By: Keith Howell
Producers: Brian Willey

: The Gag-Crackers' Ball

Cracking the gags: Charlie Chester Ray Fell and Mike Burton with KEN MACKINTOSH AND THE KING STREET BRASS and THE MICHAEL JOHN SINGERS with additional script material by CHARLIE CHESTER
Producer MARTIN FISHER
(Rptd: Sun 7.2 pm VHF; 247m, and 202m Scotland)

Contributors

Unknown: Charlie Chester
Unknown: Ray Fell
Unknown: Mike Burton
Unknown: Ken MacKintosh
Singers: Michael John
Unknown: Charlie Chester
Producer: Martin Fisher

: Sport on 2

1500m only (also 202m Scotland) VHF joins Radio 1
Presented by Desmond Lynam
1.30; 3.45; 5.0; 5.45*
Football League Special
Exclusive live commentary on one of the top matches; score Bashes throughout the afternoon from five other grounds; scores and results as they come in, with classified checks at 5.0 and 5.45*.
1.45; 2.11; 2.40; 3.10; 4.50; 5.40* Racing from
Haydock Park
Featuring commentary by PETER BROMLEY on the Vernons Sprint Cup, worth £12,000 to the winner.
1.45 Vernons Organisation Stakes dim)
2.15 Fleetwood Nursery Handicap Stakes (7f)
2.45 Vernons Sprint Cup (6F)
Plus results from the other meetings throughout the afternoon, with a classified check at S.40*.
1.30; 2.0; 3.0'
Lawn Tennis
London will be the big attraction for many of the world's leading players during the next three weeks, with three major international competitions: the Dewar Cup. one of the last events in the 1976 Grand Prix; Britain defending the Wightman Cup against the United States; followed by the Benson and Hedges Championships, the last Grand Prix event in Europe this year. Today at the Sobell Centre, in North London, some of the lesser-known players will be attempting to qualify for the draw for the Deu'ar Cup, which starts there on Monday and moves on to the Royal Albert Hall on Tuesday night. News of today's qualifying matches from GERALD Williams , who also talks to some of the stars, and takes a closer look at the Sobell Centre, which has become an important part of London's sporting scene.
Also news of the Rugby Union County Championship, with YORKSHIRE facing NORTHUMBER-LAND. CHESHIRE V LANCASHIRE, and DURHAM v CUMBRIA.
And at 5.0*
Sports Report
Classified Football at 5.0 and
5.45*: reports and comments on the top football stories of the day: the personalities making the news: Rugby Round-up at 5.25*. and classi. fied Racing Results at 5.40*.
Timetable:
1.30 News/prospects from all featured events, including the 1.45 race from Haydock Park.
2.0 Tennis/Racing/Football
3.5 Tennis Football score flashes
3.10 Racing
3.20 Tennis / Football score flashes
2.45 Football half-times
3.55 Football Commentary
4.42 First Football Results
4.50 Rugby/Tennis/Racing
5.0 Sports Report
5.30 Rugby Round-up
S.40 Classified Racing/Football
Events may alter timings
A Radio Sports Unit production

Contributors

Presented By: Desmond Lynam
Commentary By: Peter Bromley
Unknown: Albert Hall
Unknown: Gerald Williams

: Wally Whyton

1500m only (also 202m Scotland) VHF joins Radio 1 invites you to enjoy Both Sides Now with this week's guests: James Donaldson Band News and features from JIM LLOYD
Bass and asides from BRIAN BROCKLEHURST Producer BILL BEBE

Contributors

Unknown: James Donaldson
Bass: Jim Lloyd
Unknown: Brian Brocklehurst

: Listen to Les

1500m only (also 202m Scotland) VHF joins Radio 1

: Radio 2 Top Tunes

Norrie Paramor and the BBC MIDLAND RADIO ORCHESTRA play the week's most popular tunes from Radio 2 programmes Introduced by Don Moss BBC Birmingham
Applications to join the listening panel should be addressed to: BBC, Pebble Mill Road, Birmingham B5 7QQ.

Contributors

Introduced By: Don Moss

: Kings of the Keyboard

Steve Race presents 30 minutes of music in varying styles, played this week by; Phyllis Sellick and Terence Beckles Gordon Langford and the Neville Dickie Trio
Producer STUART HOBDAY

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Race
Unknown: Phyllis Sellick
Unknown: Terence Beckles
Unknown: Gordon Langford
Unknown: Neville Dickie
Producer: Stuart Hobday

: Saturday Night

with the BBC RADIO ORCHESTRA Angela Morley and the Strings Alyn Ainsworth and the RADIO BIG BAND
Brian Fahey and the BBC SCOTTISH RADIO ORCHESTRA with Austin Brown
Introduced by Don Durbridge Producers FRANK HOOPER and CAMPBELL MACKENZIE

Contributors

Unknown: Angela Morley
Unknown: Alyn Ainsworth
Unknown: Brian Fahey
Introduced By: Don Durbridge
Producers: Frank Hooper
Producers: Campbell MacKenzie

: Pop Over Europe

The top pop of the month from: Austria, Great Britain Hungary, Ireland
Monte Carlo, Poland Portugal, Switzerland
West Germany and Yugoslavia Introduced from London by Katie Boyle
(Organised by W German Radio)

Contributors

Unknown: Katie Boyle

: Alan Dell

with The Late Show
Including at 11.2 Sports Desk, and at 12.0 Midnight Newsroom; weather; motoring information

Contributors

DJ: Alan Dell
Producer: Pam Cox
Producer: Denys Jones








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