Presented by Peter Jones Golf: State Express
Classic. Commentary on the final day's play with RENTON LAIÐLAW. PluS interviews with some of the players competing In the Open next week.
Cricket: Middlesex v NEW ZEALAND. Progress reports on the tourists' county match and the County Championship games between LEICESTER and SOMERSET With DON MOSEY, and Hampshire and SURREY With HENKY BLOFELO. Racing from York: PETER BROMLEY commentates
2.30 L5,000 Harp Lager Handicap Stakes dm)
3.0 125,000 John Smith 's MagnetCupdm2Jf) Motor Racing: simon TAYLOR looks ahead to next weekend's British
Grand Prix at Silverstone Rugby Union:
IAN Robertson reports from
Pukekohe with the Fourth Test against the All
Blacks one week away. Producer rob hastie Editor mike LEWIS
Last of five concerts direct from the Royal
Festival Hall, London
Stars of Friday Night is Music Ntpht lainSutherlandconducts the BBC Concert Orchestra leader martin loveday The Band of the Coldstream Guards
Star singers Delia Jones Kenneth Bowen. Nlall Murray. Bill McCue THE JOHN MCCARTIIY SINGERS and william davics (piano/organ) Introduced by Robin Boyle Producer
Un association with GLC)
Russell Davies with random reflections
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