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: Tom Edwards

with The Early Show Producer FRANCES LINE including at
3.3 Racing Bulletin

: as Radio 1

: Tony Brandon

Producer DAVID WELSBY BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Producer: David Welsby

: Two's Best

Len Jackson with the best of Radio 2 selected from last week's programmes.
Written by KEITH HOWELL
ProducersJOHN BILLINGHAM and JACK DABBS

Contributors

Unknown: Len Jackson
Written By: Keith Howell
Producers: John Billingham
Producers: Jack Dabbs

: Punch Line

Kenneth Connor Bob Monkhouse and June WhitSeld throw the punches
Terry Wogan referees
Sketches by COLIN BOSTOCK-SMITH GEORGE EVANS and MYLES RUDGE
Producer EDWARD TAYLOR
(Repeated: Sunday 10.30 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Connor
Unknown: Bob Monkhouse
Unknown: Terry Wogan
Unknown: Colin Bostock-Smith
Unknown: George Evans
Unknown: Myles Rudge
Producer: Edward Taylor

: Sport on 2

Presented by Tony Adamsoa
1.30; 2.0; 3.5; 5.0*
World Cup Special
The top 16 soccer nations, Including West Germany, Brazil, Holland, Hungary, Italy and Scotland, are in Argentina for the start of the 1978 World Cup which opens on Thursday with West Germany, the holders, playing Poland in Buenos Aires. Scotland start their campaign next Saturday in Cordoba where they play Peru. The BBC Radio Sport team is joined in Argentina by former Scottish international DENIS law, following the news stories and talking to some of the personalities assembled for one of the greatest of all football occasions
1,30; 2.25; 2.55; 5.40. Racing from
Kempton Park
Featuring commentary by PETER BROMLEY on the Jubilee Stakes, worth 110,000 to the winner.
2.30 Appledore Handicap (13m)
3.0 Ultramar Jubilee Stakes (Urn)
Plus results throughout the afternoon from the other meetings, with a classified check at 5.40*
1.30; 2.0; 2.35; 3.5; 5.40* Cricket
The PAKISTAN TOURING TEAM meet KENT at Canterbury in their last match before the First Test at Edgbaston while, at Headingley, YORKSHIRE and LANCASHIRE meet in the traditional Roses match. Commentary and reports from both matches, plus news of the rest of the day s games
1.30; 2.0; 2.35; 3.5; 5.40* Golf
Commentary and reports by CHRIS REA and JOHN FEN TON on the second round of the 150,000 Colgate
FbA Championship at Royal Birkdale 1.30; 2.1; 2.35; 3.5; 5.40*
International Tennis
The build-up to Wimbledon continues with many of the world's leading players in Rome for the Italian Open Championships.
Commentary and reports by GERALD WILLIAMS
In Rugby, news of the Sydney v Wales game; in Swimming. ANITA LONSBROUGH reports on the National Championships at Blackpool and, in Cycling. JOHN BURNS looks ahead to the start of the 21st Milk Race at Brighton tomorrow.
Timetable:
1.3* News/prospects from all featured events
2.1 World Cup Soccer/Cricket/
Golf/Tennis
2.25 Racing from Kempton Park 2.35 Cricket/Golf/Tennis
2.55 Racing from Kempton Park 3.5 World Cup Soccer/Cricket/
Golf/Tennis
5.0 Round-up, including World
Cup Soccer/Golf/Tennis/ Cricket
5.44 Classified Racing/Cricket
Events may alter timings
A Radio Sport and on production C.3 Cross-Channel Motoring Information

Contributors

Presented By: Tony Adamsoa
Commentary By: Peter Bromley
Unknown: Chris Rea
Unknown: John Fen
Unknown: Gerald Williams
Unknown: John Burns

: European Pop Jury

Introduced in London by Colin Berry
A monthly programme in which 1,400 young people in eight European countries vote to discover the number one record in Europe today. Taking part this month:
BELGIUM (BRT), DENMARK (DR)
GERMANY (WDR), IRELAND (RTE) NORWAY (NRK), SPAIN (RNE) SWEDEN (SR)
UNITED KINGDOM (BBC) ProducerMEL HOUSE

Contributors

Unknown: Colin Berry
Producer: Mel House

: Sports Desk

with close-of-play cricket scores

: 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 Tim Gndgin (Applications to join the voting panel should be addressed to: BBC, Pebble Mill Road, Birmtngham B5 7QQ)
Silver Serenade with Norrie Paramor and the BBC Midland Radio Orchestra, on the BBC record label, is available from record shops

Contributors

Unknown: Norrie Paramor
Introduced By: Tim Gndgin
Unknown: Norrie Paramor

: Richard Rodney Bennett

at the piano

: Barn Dance

at the Radio 2 Ballroom The Greensleeves Band led by DENNIS DARKE with Dick Witt Irene Harcourt and Five in a Bar
Introduced by Pat Nelson Producer BRIAN PATTEN
BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Dennis Darke
Unknown: Dick Witt
Unknown: Irene Harcourt
Introduced By: Pat Nelson
Producer: Brian Patten

: Saturday Night with the BBC Radio Orchestra

and its guests Robert Farnon Des O'Connor
Sweet Substitute with the Midnite Follies Orchestra Alyn Ainsworth and the Big Band
Introduced by Sheila Tracy Producer JOHN BUSSELL

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Farnon
Unknown: Des O'Connor
Introduced By: Sheila Tracy
Producer: John Bussell

: Sports Desk

including a report by ANITA LONSBROUGH on the National Swimming Championships at Blackpool

: Peter Wheeler

with The Late Show Producer PAM COX including at 12.0
Midnight Newsroom; weather; motoring information








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