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Before finding success with the song 'Little arrows', Leapy Lee had tried his hand as an actor, entertainment manager, antique dealer, songwriter and singer. Today he recalls some of the stories and plays many of his favourite records from that decade.
Producer STUART HOBDAY BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown:
Leapy Lee
Producer:
Stuart Hobday

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Introduced by Renton Laidlaw from Wembley Stadium

FA Cup Final: Coventry v Tottenham

Coventry, making their debut appearance in an FA Cup Final, are hoping to be the first team to take the cup back to the Midlands since West Bromwich Albion in 1968. Now fill in the missing date: 1961/1962/1967/1981/19821? Will David Pleat in his first season as manager help complete Tottenham's winning sequence? Commentators PETER JONES and MIKE INGHAM with expert analysis from the England coach DON HOWE BOBBY GOULD and MARTIN CHIVERS wear their team rosettes and, in the neutral corner, TREVOR BROOKING welcomes the players onto the pitch. 0 FEATURE: page 3

Scottish Cup Final: Dundee Utd v St Mirren at Hampden Park, Glasgow

Frank McGarvey's last appearance for Celtic was when he scored the winning goal in the Cup Final against Dundee Utd. This afternoon he plays against the Taysiders again, this time for St Mirren. Commentator RODDY FORSYTH Cricket: Benson and Hedges Cup - scoreboards from today's zonal matches throughout the programme and reports on Sussex v PAKISTAN from Hove. Motor Racing: SIMON TAYLOR reports from Spa on the final practice for tomorrow's Belgian Grand Prix. • INFO: page 95 There's also motorcycling news from Hockenheim, Italian Open Tennis, golf, swimming and a preview of the 1987 Milk Race. Producer ROB HASTIE Editor MIKE LEWIS (Renton Laidlaw is golf correspondent of the London Standard)

Popping the questions Ray Moore
And hoping to score off each other David Hamilton and Helen Shapiro v Ken Bruce and Tim Rice Compiled and produced by RICHARD WILLCOX

Contributors

Unknown:
Ray Moore
Unknown:
David Hamilton
Unknown:
Helen Shapiro
Unknown:
Ken Bruce
Produced By:
Richard Willcox

3: Tessie O'Shea
'Laugh and grow fat' has always been Tessie's motto.
'Fat is energy. It's the fat people who get things done and there aren't enough of us. We're becoming extinct.'
Presented by Brian Haines together with Peter Cotes Written by BRIAN HAINES and PETER COTES
Producer ALAN OWEN

Contributors

Unknown:
Tessie O'Shea
Presented By:
Brian Haines
Unknown:
Peter Cotes
Written By:
Brian Haines
Written By:
Peter Cotes
Producer:
Alan Owen

Angela Rippon introduces the BBC Concert Orchestra leader MARTIN LOVEDAY conducted by Heinz Geese with Ruriko Tsukahara (violin) Hiromi Okada (piano)
Tonight's concert of classical favourites includes
Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No 1 and his Marche slave, plus music by Bizet, Dukas, Elgar, and Glinka.
Producer BRIAN WILLEY
(Given on 27Aprilat the Barbican Hall, London in association with Yamaichi International (Europe) Ltd)
8.25-8.45* Japanese Music: Oriental or Occidental
Mike Hollingsworth surveys the contemporary music scene in Japan and explores in particular the growing conflict between Eastern and Western influences.
Producer TIM MCDONALD

Contributors

Introduces:
Angela Rippon
Leader:
Martin Loveday
Conducted By:
Heinz Geese
Violin:
Ruriko Tsukahara
Piano:
Hiromi Okada
Producer:
Brian Willey
Unknown:
Mike Hollingsworth
Producer:
Tim McDonald

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