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Listings

: Colin Berry

including at
6.15 Pause for Thought

: Terry Wogan

including at
7.10 and 8.10 Cricket:
ChrisTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS reports from Madras on the progress of the fourth day's play in the Third Test between India and England
8.27 Racing Bulletin and at
S.45 Pause for Thought

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Martin-Jenkins

: Pete Murray's Open House

including at 9.40
Cricket: a teatime report from CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS On the fourth day of the Third Test at Madras and at 10.30
Waggoners' Walk

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Martin-Jenkins

: Ray Moore

including at
11.40 Cricket: further report by CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS On the fourth day's play

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Martin-Jenkins

: Ed Stewart

as Radio 1, but including on 1500m only (also 202m Scotland)
2.45 and 3.45 Sports Desk

: Waggoners' Walk

(Repeated: Wed 10.30 am)

: Sports Desk

: John Dunn

including at
5.45 Sports Desk

: Sports Desk

with classified racing results

: Beat the Record

Don Davis invites listeners by telephone to join in the national game of naming the tune; ' Prizes for all who know their music.' Devised by DON DAVIS Producer TONY LUKE

Contributors

Unknown: Don Davis
Unknown: Don Davis
Producer: Tony Luke

: Robin Richmond

The Organist Entertains NORMAN scoTT (Granada, Kingston-upon-Thames) JOSEPH SEAL
(Music Museum, Brentford)
RON CURTIS (Paramount Organ Works, Bolton)
MARIA KUMAGAI (Electronic)

Contributors

Unknown: Ron Curtis
Unknown: Maria Kumagai

: * Soccer Special

Exclusive live commentary by PETER JONES and ALAN PARRY on the second half of one of tonight's top matches, plus news of the others.
A Radio Sports Unit production

Contributors

Commentary By: Peter Jones
Commentary By: Alan Parry

: Satchmo

The story of Louis Armstrong 1: Louis and his Wonderful World ' My neighbourhood in Corona, Long Island - it's just like one big family. I saw three generations grow up and they all come and see Uncle Satchmo and Aunt Lucille. That's why I can say: "I hear babies cry. I watch them grow. They have much more than I'll ever know".' (LOUIS ARMSTRONG, 1968) Humphrey Lyttelton sets the scene and tells the story of Louis's beginnings in New Orleans. Script by MAX JONES Research JOHN CHILTON Producer STEVE ALLEN

Contributors

Unknown: Humphrey Lyttelton
Script By: Max Jones
Unknown: John Chilton
Producer: Steve Allen

: Among Your Souvenirs

Fragrant memories with PATRICIA REAKES ALAN PERRY MICHAEL GOLDTHORPE THE REGINALD LEOPOLD ORCHESTRA THE NEWHAM BAND and FIVE IN A BAR Introduced by Alan Keith

Contributors

Unknown: Patricia Reakes
Unknown: Alan Perry
Unknown: Michael Goldthorpe
Unknown: Reginald Leopold
Introduced By: Alan Keith

: Sports Desk

: BBC Radio Orchestra

with its guests Frank Cordell and Rosemary Squires
Introduced by Don Moss Producer JOHN BUSSELL

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Cordell
Unknown: Rosemary Squires
Introduced By: Don Moss
Producer: John Bussell

: Ruth Cubbin

1500m only (also 202m Scotland) VHF joins Radio 1 with The Late Show








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