with his mid-morning mix of melodic music; and between
10.0 and 11.0 a special two-part report on crime in the community featuring the voices of those living and working on tstates in London and Lancashire
Gloria tackles the sensitive and disturbing issue of sex-related crimes. She finds out what the police are doing to combat it and what help is available for the victims. including at 3.45
Racing from Aintree
£12,000 Whitbread Trophy Handicap Chase (2m 6f, run over the Grand National course) Commentary by PETER BROMLEY TONY O'HEHIR , LEE MCKENZIE and JOHN PENNEY
Tag Wrestling Special Roy'Orrible'Hudd Chris 'Evil' Emmett and June 'Wonder' Whitfield take on the week's news and come out laughing.
Ringside music THE HUDDLINERS In the writer's comer
MARTIN BOOTH. PAUL B. DAVIES TONY HARE. PETER HICKEY
NICK REVELL. STUART SILVER
ALAN WOTTING , MALCOLM WILLIAMSON and others
Songs by JEREMY BROWNE and RICHARD QUICK
Producer MARK ROBSON
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