BBC Radio Carlisle plays host to today's programme as Family Favourites are shared with the people of Cumbria, the Solway Coast and the Pennines. Producers SANDRA BLACK and CHARLES CLARK-MAXWELL
2.45; 3.45 Sports Desk Racing at Newmarket Exclusive commentary bv PETER BROMLEY
3.35 £35.000 William Hill Dewhurst Stakes (7f)
direct from the City Hall. Kingston upon Hull lain Sutherland conducts the BBC Concert
Orchestra with the Griinethorpe Colliery Band conductor Ray Farr Star singers:
Maryetta Midgley Vernon Midgley Introduced bv Robin Boyle
Producer JOHN BUSSELL
(In association with the city of Kingston upon Hull)
TEDDY JOHNSON looks at the life and times of P. G. Wodehouse. in this the author's centenary year.
9.55 Sports Desk
Introduced by Tim Gudgin with Colin Anthony Group David Horler and Barry Forgie Orchestra Uptown with Nick Curtis Bill Geldard Big Band including at
2.25* Week Ending
(for details: 10.35 pm R4)
3.5* Letter from America bV ALISTAIR COOKE
(For details: 9.15 pm R4)
4.5* You and Yours With BILL BRECKON
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