Martina Navratilova opens proceedings on Centre Court as she sets out to make history by being the first woman to win six singles titles in succession. Standing in her way is the talented German teenager Steffi Graf.
Peter Jones and his team of experts bring you all the action of the second day's events both on and off the courts.
Sports news on the hour with a comprehensive round-up at 6.45*
An alphabetical survey of classic jazz in 26 parts, featuring original recordings in high quality stereo sound.
25: More names beginning with W, including world famous bandleader Paul Whiteman , self-styled 'King of Jazz'. Also Cootie Williams from the Ellington band, clarinettist Bob Wilbur and vocalist Lee Wiley (A digital recording from Vintage Productions of Sydney, Australia)
Adrian Drover conducts the BBC Radio Orchestra leader MICHAEL TOMALIN with vocal guest Carol Kidd
The Neil Richardson Orchestra David Francis Brazilian Brass with classic album tracks from the star vocalists of popular music
Producer RAY HARVEY
How well do you know the law? Chairman Shaw Taylor asks Stephen Fry
NeflMullarky and Anna Raeburn to give their verdicts on some intriguing law cases.
With ELAINE CRACKNELL , ANDREW BRANCH, and GEORGE PARSONS
Devised and written by BRAD ASHTON Producer DAN PATTERSON
A sort of radio card game starring Paul Daniels , who deals the cards to Patrick Moore , Liza Goddard and Duggie Brown Counting the cards IAN MESSTTER Counting the score PETER HICKEY and MALCOLM WILLIAMSON
Counting the money RICHARD EDIS
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