3.45* Racing from Aintree E12,000 Whitbread Trophy Bitter Steeplechase (2m 6f)
(run over the Grand National Course)
Commentators MICHAEL SETH-SMITH
, MICHAEL O'HEHIR.
LEE MCKENZIE and PETER BROMLEY
introduces Country Club with the best in country music, and featuring Johnny Rodriguez and Charly McClain in concert. Producer COLIN CHANDLER
(Concert repeated next Saturday)
9.55 Sports Desk
10.0 VHF/FM joins Radio 1
Roy Hudd laughs at the news with June Whitfield Chris Emmett and THE HUDDUNERS
Written by RICHARD QUICK .
CHARLIE ADAMS. PAUL B. DA VIES.
JEREMY BROWNE. LAURIE ROWLEY. NICK REVELL , MARTIN BOOTH.
MALCOLM WILLIAMSON. TONY HARE. PETER HiCKEY and others.
Producer JONATHAN JAMES-MOORE .HEAR THIS! page 16
A concert recorded at The Fairfield Halls, Croydon, in 1981 featuring Art Pepper on alto saxophone and clarinet, Milcho Leviev on piano,
Bob Magnusson on bass and Carl Burnett at the drums.
Introduced by Mike Hennessey Producer KEITH STEWART
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