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A weekly contest between teams representing towns and cities from England, France, Germany, Belgium and Holland 2: Exeter
Captained by TED MOULT v
Rennes
Captained by PAUL COUSTER
Questionmaster ALUN WILLIAMS
Questions set and produced by MICHAEL TUKE-HASTINGS

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Couster
Unknown:
Alun Williams
Produced By:
Michael Tuke-Hastings

Including cricket - West Indies v England. Commentary from Port of Spain on the fourth day's play in the Fifth Test, together with a round-up of the day's sport including classified racing results

Ted Taylor introduces and plays listeners' requests via the telephone. with JO MARNEY , RAY MORGAN THE TED TAYLOR FOUR and EVE DELROY
Producer RAY HARVEY

Contributors

Introduces:
Ted Taylor
Unknown:
Jo Marney
Unknown:
Ray Morgan
Unknown:
The Ted Taylor
Producer:
Ray Harvey

Wally Whyton introduces a weekly get-together of all kinds of country music, with news and reviews from David Allan. Featuring this week: TOMPALL AND THE
GLASER BROTHERS and PETE SAYERS
Producer COLIN CHANDLER

Contributors

Introduces:
Wally Whyton
Unknown:
David Allan.
Unknown:
Pete Sayers
Producer:
Colin Chandler

1500m only (also 202m Scotland) The midweek edition that puts you at the centre of events up and down the country, with music from
RAY DAVIES AND HIS
BUTTON DOWN BRASS CORNSILK, and the competitive game Snowball Producer CHRISTOPHER SERLE including at
10.15 Sports Desk and at
11.2 Cricket: Fifth Test
West Indies v
England
Close-of-play report by CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS

Contributors

Unknown:
Ray Davies
Producer:
Christopher Serle
Unknown:
Christopher Martin-Jenkins

BBC Radio 2

About BBC Radio 2

Radio 2: Amazing music. Played by an amazing line-up. The home of great music, entertainment and documentaries

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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More