with Charles Colvile.
Motor Racing: The
Hungarian F1 Grand Prix from Hungaroring. Commentator
British Open Horse Trials at Gatcombe Park.
Swimming: The final day of the European Cup in Rome.
Golf: Final round of the Murphy's Cup, Fulford, and the USPGA at Shoal
Plus the rest of the day's sport.
Producer Gill Pulsford
A portrait of the composer and conductor who died in 1975. Including the recollections of his widow Einzi Stolz as well as those of friends and colleagues, plus selections from the many recordings of Stolz's music. Presented by Carole Rosen.
Producer Tim McDonald (R)
Presbyterian Church, Portrush, Co Antrim. Introduced by the Rev Noel Battye.
Guide Me, 0 Thou Great Jehovah; Eternal Father, Strong to Save; Rock of Ages; Christ Triumphant; There Is a Green Hill; Lift High the Cross; Breathe on Me, Breath of God;
Through all the Changing Scenes; Thine Be the Glory.
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