Hot-foot from the strawberries, champagne and barley water, Harry makes a welcome return to the tea-time show on Radio 2. Umpires PHIL HUGHES
MADELEINE CUMING. FLICK ROSKROW including at 6.45 on MWonly
Sport and Classified Results
Fireworks burst in American skies tonight to celebrate the Fourth of July - other anniversaries include the birth of Louis Armstrong and the start of work on the Panama Canal in 1904. Cliff Michelmore digs into the diaries to consider the people, places and events of 4 July in days gone by - with panellists Peter Purves , Wincey Willis Fred Harris and - keeping it in the family - Jean Metcalfe. Written by ROB METCALFE Producer DIRK MAGGS
In a series often programmes
Chris Kelly recalls some of the most famous and star-studded evenings in Hollywood's history. This week: 3 April 1978, the 50th anniversary of the Academy Awards.
Woody Allen 's Annie Hall defeats Star Wars as the best film of the year; outsider
Richard Dreyfuss is named best actor for The Goodbye Girl; and Britain's Vanessa Redgrave creates controversy as she is named for Julia.
Written and compiled by ROY P1CKARD
Producer RICHARD WILLCOX
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