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Story: Presents for the Baby written by BARBARA MITCHELHILL illustrated by MINA MARTINEZ Presenters:
CAROL LEADER , DAVID HARGREAVES

Contributors

Written By:
Barbara Mitchelhill
Illustrated By:
Mina Martinez
Leader:
Carol Leader
Leader:
David Hargreaves

From the beautiful Sussex race-course with its unique grandstand of Trundle Hill.

2.30 Dandizette Handicap (1 1/2 m)

3.5 The Extel Stakes (H'cap) (1 1/4m) One of the key 1 1/4 mile races of the season for three-year-olds.

3.35 Goodwood Selling Stakes (6f)

4.5 Albert Handicap (7f)

Introduced by Julian Wilson

Contributors

Presenter:
Julian Wilson
Commentator:
Peter O'Sullevan
Commentator:
Jimmy Lindley
Commentator:
John Hanmer
Television Presentation:
Dennis Monger

BBC2 joins Radio 3 in stereo for a live relay of the first half of this evening's Prom from the Royal Albert Hall.
Haydn Symphony No 95 in c minor Liszt Piano Concerto No 2 in A major
Roger Woodward (piano) BBC Symphony Orchestra leader BELA DEKANY conducted by John Pritchard Introduced by JON cuRLE
Sound GRAHAM HAINES , TONY ASKEW Lighting ALAN ROBERTS Director RON ISTED
(The third of five simultaneous relays in stereo from this year's Proms. To obtain the best effect, viewers with stereo Radio 3 should turn off TV sound and position their loudspeakers on either side of the screen - not too far apart, to help relate stereo image to picture size. Or use stereo headphones.) (The next BBC2/R3 Prom relay is on Sunday 15 August: Britten War Requiem) The BBC Promenade Concerts Prospectus 1976, 30p; BBC Music Guide: Haydn Symphonies, 45p, from bookshops

Contributors

Unknown:
Albert Hall.
Piano:
Roger Woodward
Leader:
Bela Dekany
Conducted By:
John Pritchard
Introduced By:
Jon Curle
Unknown:
Graham Haines
Unknown:
Tony Askew
Unknown:
Alan Roberts
Director:
Ron Isted

Underneath The Archers
The Archers is the longest-running radio drama serial in the world. Earlier this year the villagers of Ambridge celebrated their 25th birthday with the broadcast on Radio 4 of Episode 6,504.
Film editor DON PAlRSERVICE
Director ROGER MILLS

Contributors

Editor:
Don Palrservice
Director:
Roger Mills

BBC2 Snooker Championship Willie Thome (Leicester) v
Rex Williams (Stourbridge), the World Billiards Champion
Thorne, the youngest professional in the series, has yet to win a frame. Williams won his last game against Fred Davis.
Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Referee SYDNEY LEE
Commentator TED LOWE
Director jim DUMIGHAN Producer
REG PERRIN. BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Introduced By:
Alan Weeks
Unknown:
Sydney Lee
Commentator:
Ted Lowe
Director:
Jim Dumighan
Unknown:
Reg Perrin.

The last of three programmes by Don Shaw
Turn You to the Strong Hold

Contributors

Writer:
Don Shaw
Lighting:
Clive Thomas
Script editor:
Louis Marks
Designer:
David Myerscough-Jones
Producer:
Innes Lloyd
Director:
Bill Hays
Wingate:
Barry Foster
Gen Wavell:
Nigel Stock
Palmer:
Bernard Hepton
Senior Officer, Delhi:
Denholm Elliott
Lorna:
Sheila Ruskin
Chaim Weizmann:
Arnold Diamond
David Mitzman:
Sandor Eles
Brigadier Calvert:
James Cosmo
Indian Army Officers:
George Roubicek
Indian Army Officers:
Christopher Coll
Lieutenant:
John White
Chindits:
Edmund Pegge
Chindits:
Hawkins Andrew
Chindits:
Vincent Wong
Churchill:
Nigel Stock
Lady Wavell:
Kathleen Michael
Staff Officer:
Clive Graham
Pilot:
Anthony Verner
Reporter:
Dennis Chinnery
Narrator:
James Grout

Following the trilogy of plays about this extraordinary soldier, David Jessel chairs a discussion about his life, achievement in the Second World War and impact on military thinking with Sir Robert Thompson and Brigadier Michael Calvert, both former Chindits, and military historian, John Terraine.

Contributors

Chairman:
David Jessel
Panellist:
Sir Robert Thompson
Panellist:
Brigadier Michael Calvert
Panellist:
John Terraine
Director:
Philip Chilvers
Producer:
Michael Bill

BBC Two England

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