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: Ray Moore

tries to find your stolen car.

: Derek Jameson

Crime in the Streets
An attack in the streets is a frightening prospect, but there are steps an individual can take to lessen the prospect of becoming a victim. And if you are unfortunate enough to be attacked, what then?

: Ken Bruce

plus a 'stolen car' update

: Jimmy Young

plus today the Chief Constable of Sussex, Roger Birch , examining the role and accountability of the police.


Unknown: Roger Birch

: David Jacobs

with the ideal music programme for the ideal occasion from the Daily Mail Ideal Home
Exhibition at Earls Court

: Gloria Hunniford

Today Gloria opens the lines for all your questions regarding practical information on crime prevention. Her expert will answer questions on everything from home security to community awareness, so call [number removed]between 2.0-2.45.

: Alvin Stardust

: John Dunn

Every 20 seconds in the UK a car is stolen or broken into. Less than ten per cent of valuables are recovered and vehicle crime is accelerating. Tonight
Crimecheck advice on how to minimise the risk to your car including at 6.45 on MWonly
Sport and Classified Results

: Folk on 2

looks at the treasures to be found in the Vaughan Williams Memorial Library, Cecil Sharp House, London Presented by Jim Lloyd Producer GEOFFREY HEWITT BBC Pebble Mill VHF/FM only from 7.30


Presented By: Jim Lloyd
Producer: Geoffrey Hewitt

: International Soccer Special

All four home countries play important matches tonight in the European Championships. At Windsor Park in Belfast, Northern Ireland play Group 4 leaders England.
Commentary on the game comes from PETER JONES and ALAN GREEN with expert summaries from former England manager RON GREENWOOD. In Group 7 Belgium play Scotland in Brussels.
RODDY FORSYTH reports as the Scots look for a win to keep alive their hopes of qualifying for next year's finals.
In Group 6 Wales play Finland. The two sides drew 1-1 in Helsinki in September and Wales know they must win against the team who are bottom of their group. RON JONES is in Wrexham for this game. Producer PETER SLATER


Unknown: Peter Jones
Unknown: Alan Green
Unknown: Ron Greenwood.
Unknown: Ron Jones
Producer: Peter Slater

: Acoustic Roots

Colin Irwin presents the first in a new series designed to break down musical barriers, showing the links between folk, blues, country, jazz, pop and beyond. 1: The Travelling People A glimpse into the lifestyle and music of the gypsies, including the Smith Family, Django Reinhardt , Manitas de Plata and Ewan MacColI Producer IAN GRANT ● HEAR THIS! page 25


Unknown: Colin Irwin
Unknown: Django Reinhardt

: Listen to the Band

Introduced by Roy Newsome featuring The Camborne Band conductor STEPHEN SYKES Producer JAMES LANGLEY BBC Manchester MW joins at 9.45*


Introduced By: Roy Newsome
Conductor: Stephen Sykes

: Sports Desk

: Wot a Geezer!

Harold Berens says 'Now there's a coincidence' and looks back over his life and career, with the help of extracts from the BBC Archives.
2: Now There's 's Coincidence At the piano DAVE LEE
Researched and compiled by DENIS GIFFORD


Unknown: Harold Berens
Unknown: Denis Gifford
Producer: Richard Edis

: The Houghton Weavers

with a miscellany of traditional songs, contemporary folk music and humour
Producer RON MCDONNELL BBC Manchester


Producer: Ron McDonnell

: The Golden Years

Compiled and presented by Alan Keith
Producer ALAN OWEN


Presented By: Alan Keith
Producer: Alan Owen

: Brian Matthew

presents Round Midnight

: Charles Nove

presents Nightride, plus Crimecheck inserts from Janet Davey who travels with the South Wales Constabulary in Cardiff, finding out what a night in the life of a police force is like


Unknown: Janet Davey

: Colin Berry

The Early Show

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