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1.3 Sports Desk: latest news of today's Gillette Cup quarter-finals
1.45 Sports Desk: with early racing results and lunchtime cricket scores
Music from the great musical shows of stage and screen
BBC RADIO ORCHESTRA leader MICHAEL TOMALIN conducted by KENNETH ALWYN with Lorna Dallas Niall Murray and the John McCarthy Slngert Introduced by Len Jackson
Producer ROBERT BOWMAN
The Life and Times of Sir Noël Coward 8: Tonight at 8.30
In this eighth episode his career as an actor, play-wright, composer and director is traced through the most ambitious of all his productions, Tonight at 8.30. Including JOYCE CAREY , GRAHAM PAYN, LORD MOUNTBATTEN, CELIA JOHN SON, and the voices of MARGARET LEIGHTON., TREVOR HOWARD , GERTRUDE LAWRENCE and NOËL COWARD. Written and narrated by Sheridan Morley
Producer BARRY KNIGHT
. (Sheridan Morley's Films: page 15)
Chairman Barry Took Peter Goodwrlght and Faith Brown v Roger Kitter and Johnny More
THE RONNIE PRICE TRIO
Producer RICHARD WILLCOX (Repeated: Sat 1.2 pm)
(Peter Gooduiright is in ' The Cilla Black Show ' at the Winter Gardens Theatre, Bournemouth; Roger Kitter is in ' An Evening with Des O'Con-nor' at the Festival Hall, Paignton). (Barry Took 's Preview: page 17)
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