England v Wales
Mike Ingham is your host at Wembley for tonight's opening match of the British Championship. England, who have not beaten Wales at Wembley in this competition for ten years, will be hoping for a good performance in preparation for next month's European
Championship match against GREECE.
PETER JONES , GEORGE HAMILTON with expert analysis from FRANK MCLINTOCK Producer ROB HASTIE
A celebration in four parts of the words and music of R. P. WESTON and BERT LEE starring
Roy Hudd as Bob Weston Billy Dainty as Bert Lee with Caro Gurney Roy Macready Penelope Nice Dudley Stevens and Ian Smith at the piano
2: My Word You do Look Queer
Devised and written by ROY HUDD
Musical arrangements by IAN SMITH Producer
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