Milk Cup Third Round
Second-half commentary on one of tonight's top matches. Will it be SHREWSBURY V EVERTON, LIVERPOOL V BRIGHTON, or MANCHESTER UNITED V WEST HAM?
Whichever game it is, there'll be regular news of all the others. Producer ROB HASTIE
leader MICHAEL TOMALIN This week's guest conductor is film composer David Whittaker , with star vocalist Tracy Miller and the jazz harmonica of Harry Pitch's Rhythm and Reeds. Presented by Bill Rennells Producer GRAHAM BELCHERE MW joins at 30"
9.55 Sports Desk
10.0 VHF/FM joins Radio 1
Soundtrack Memories of a Year in Film
Introduced by Chris Kelly
The year in which everyone watched the skies, as both Close Encounters and Star Wars were released. Coming down to earth were the parachutists in A Bridge Too Far, and jumping for joy was Woody Allen as Annie Hall scooped the major Oscars.
A weekly knockout competition Tonight at the Middlesbrough
Brass Castle Golf Club, Marton, near Middlesbrough
Jim Carr, Jeff Holmes and Michael Hudson compete for a place in the semi-finals
Questionmaster Peter Jones Referee Chris Rhys Producer HELEN GILL
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