The Sunday Early Show
Producer GEOFFREY HEWITT BBC Birmingham
Good Morning Sunday Producer CHRIS REES
with Melodies for You BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA leader JOHN BRADBURY
Principal guest conductor JAMES LOCKHART
REGINALD LEOPOLD ORCHESTRA with Kenneth Woollam
Producer ROBERT BOWMAN
Radio 2 Ail-Time Greats Producer SANDRA BLACK
Written by PETER GAMMOND Producer BARBARA PAGE
say Les Dawson
Daphne Oxenford Roy Barraclough and Colin Edwynn
Written and produced by JAMES CASEY
Producer KEITH STEWART
with Sounds Easy
3.2 Sports Desk
THE ADAM SINGERS and THE JACK EMBLOW QUARTET Producer KRISS rusmanis
4.30 Sports Desk
THE RADIO ORCHESTRA led by MICHAEL toualin and conducted by veteran arranger ROLAND SHAW play favourites old and new with an emphasis on strings.
Presented by Jean Challis Producer CHRISTOPHER VEZEY
The Clitheroe Kid
Jimmy Clltheroe in If You Can't Keep a Secret, Sell it
Producer JAMES CASEY
5.30 Sports Desk
with your Sunday Soapbox Producer PETER PILDEAM BBC Manchester
Holiday for Strings David Rose 's famous ptece provides the title and starting point for a programme in which
DavidFrancisandhis Orchestra Invite you to spend 30 minutes relaxing with the warm and luxurious sound of strings.
Presented by John Marsh Producer TIM MCDONALD
Introduced by Ian Carnaby Athletics:
A last chance for athletes to secure places in the team, to be announced tomorrow for the World Championships in Helsinki, GEORGE HAMILTON and PETER MATTHEWS are at Crystal Palace. Swimming:
ASA Championships PETER JONES and ANITA
LONSBOROUGH report from Coventry.
Golf: Lawrence Batley
International tournament at Bingley St Ives,
Bradford. RENTON LAIDLAW and JOHN FENTON report.
Cycling: The finish of the Tour de France. phil LIGGETT watches the climax in Paris.
Cricket: Close-Df-play scores from eight matches In the John Player Special League.
Producer DAVE GORDON
Introduced by Robin Boyle
from Salem Methodist Church. Guernsey Introduced by Jeremy Carrad
Introduced by Alan Keith
By the Banks of the Severn
The programme takes a nostalgic steam train trip on the Severn Valley
Railway, then moves down to Worcester - the home of Sir Edward Elgar - and considers just a little of his music through the newspaper reviewers of his time.
Producers DAVID WELSBY and DAVID BELLINGER BBC Birmingham
11.2 Sports Desk
Producers DENIS O'KEEFFE and GRAHAM BELCHERE Stereo from 12.0
presents You and the Night and the Music