from The Park, Buxton
Brian Bolus, in his first season as Derbyshire captain, has a good all-round side under him, including such talented players as Ian Buxton, Michael Hendrick and wicket-keeper Bob Taylor.
Glamorgan, led by Majid Khan, are having one of their best seasons in the League, and their opener Roy Fredericks is the leading six-hitter in the batting awards.
During the tea interval at 4.10*: Talking Cricket
Wilfred Wooller looks back on 52 years of Glamorgan cricket, with John Arlott
Peter Walker introduces the programme which includes news of today's other fixtures.
A digest of the news of the week plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear.
with Michael De Morgan
On the borders of Brazil, Venezuela and Guyana stands Conan Doyle's legendary Lost World - Roraima-a plateau of sandstone 1,750 million years old.
Less than a century ago scientists believed Roraima supported forms of prehistoric life. Since then explorers have failed to uncover the secrets of this land scarred with crevices hundreds of feet deep and shrouded in thick cloud. Recently, a British scientific team took a new route - through the unexplored jungles of Guyana.
Sudbury Hall in Derbyshire provides the sumptuous Restoration setting for a concert given by the clarinettist Jack Brymer and the Aeolian String Quartet
The main work is Mozart's Clarinet Quintet, and the Aeolian Quartet also performs Haydn's 1 Fifths' Quartet, Op 76 No 2.
Introduced by Cormac Rigby
by Michael J. Bird
Six stories from the original series followed by six new episodes.
Starring Ian Hendry, Wanda Ventham
with guest stars James Kerry, Maurice Denham
As the town celebrates the festival of St Nicholas, Erik and Ann Shepherd are trapped in a finely-spun web of intrigue.
Starring Alan Alda as Hawkeye, Wayne Rogers as Trapper John
You do a good job, then what happens? Your work-shy commanding officer gets all the credit, that's what happens. Not that Hawkeye and Trapper begrudge their beloved Colonel's reward - his transfer to a sybaritic paradise. But then Major Burns becomes their new boss and the quality of life around the camp is rapidly diminished.
(Nancy Wilson appears by arrangement with Vic Lewis)