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BBC Radio 2

Sunday Half-Hour

from St Peter 's Church, Green-hill. Sheffield
The combined choirs of local churches and schools conducted by ROBERT GORDON Organist DAVID MEMMOTT Prayer and Blessing by THE REV KEITH EDWARDS Hymns introduced by KEITH MACKLIN
Let us with a gladsome mind (Monkland); Good Christian men rejoice and sing (Vulpius); Give me joy in my heart (Sing Hosanna); Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost (Charity): The King of love (Dominus regit me); We have a gospel to proclaim (Fulda); Lord of all hopefulness (Slane); Hark, hark. my soul (Pilgrims); Night has fallen (Free to Serve)
BBC Radio 2

Sport on 2

1500m only (also 202m Scotland) VHF joins Radio 1
Introduced by PETER JONES with ALAN PARRY at Wembley
1.30, 2.35, 4.15, 5.25 Rugby League Cup Final
Warrington v Widnes
The highlight of the Rugby League season from Wembley. Commentary by KEITH MACKLIN and DON MOSEY with expert analysis by KEITH FIELDING of Salford and Great Britain.
1.35, 2.10, 2.35, 5.15
International Tennis Spain: The Davis Cup
In the first round Britain met Austria. Victory means a trip to Spain in the second round. France: The Federation Cup
Semi-finals in the unofficial world championship for women. More than 20 countries, including Britain, are competing. America: The WCT Finals
Eight of the world's top players have qualified for this tournament in Dallas which carries prize money totalling £40,000.
1.45, 2.0, 2.25, 5.45
Racing from Lingfield A chance to assess some of the Epsom Derby contenders in the Ladbroke Derby Trial Stakes.
2.0 Cosmopolitan Cup Handicap dim)
2.30 Ladbroke Derby Trial Stakes (1½m)
Commentator PETER BROMLEY
Plus results from other meetings; a classified check at 5.45*
1.45, 2.35, 4.45, 5.50
Cup-tie Cricket
The Benson and Hedges Cup, wilh live reports from: Kent v Sussex at Canterbury; Glamorgan v Surrey at Cardiff and Derbyshire v Nottinghamshire at Chesterfield.
Reporters BRIAN JOHNSTON
ALUN WILLIAMS , MIKE STEVENSON Other scores and highlights CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS .
2.35, 4.25
Football
To celebrate the 800th anniversary of the City of Glasgow. Celtic and Rangers meet at Hampden Park. BRYON BUTLER reports from Limassol on England's preparations for tomorrow's European Championship match against Cyprus.
5.30
Motor Sport
The Monaco Grand Prix. the fifth round of the 1975 World Championship, BARRIE GILL reports from Monte Carlo. News of the W German motor cycling Grand Prix from CHRIS CARTER.
News of the England Rugby Union team in Australia after the first match of their tour against Western Australia in Perth and a report on the day's play in the Golf Illustrated Gold Vase at Walton Heath.
Timetable
1.30 News/prospects including cricket scoreboard: 2.0 Racing
2.10 Tennis; 2.25 Racing
2.35 Cricket/Tennis/Rugby
4.25 Football: 4.45 Cricket
5.0 Round-up; 5.25 Rugby
5.30 Motor Sport
5.45 Classified racing/cricket Events may alter timings
A Radio Sports Unit production
BBC Television

Seeing and Believing: High Hope

A Christian theme introduced by The Rev. Matthew Byrne.
With Baden Hickman, Keith Macklin, Kenneth Thornett, Joy Hyman and Jennifer Rice.
Network Three

CHRISTIAN OUTLOOK

A weekly programme of Christian news and comment
Introduced by the Rev. John Kent
Items include
News Comment: by Mark Gibbs
Coffee Bars-their use and abuse in communicating the Gospel: second of three reports by Matthew Byrne Successful Stewardship: its effect on church life. Report by Keith Macklin
Network Three

CHRISTIAN OUTLOOK

Introduced by Peter Bide
News Comment : by Howard Williams
Religion in Schools-Failure or Success? The Rev. Arthur Peacock discusses the report issued last month by the Social Service Department of the Unitarian and Free Christian Churches
The Joyful News, the Methodist evangelical paper emanating from Cliff College. Calver. has been renamed Advance. Keith Macklin discusses the new look with the Rev. Amos S. Cresswell , the new editor
The last item is recorded
Light Programme

WOMAN'S HOUR

From the North of England Introduced by Elizabeth Emerson
New Germany, Old England: Mitzi Cunliffe talks to Brian Redhead about a recent visit
Points from the Post-bag: discussed by Dr. Mary Macaulay , J.P., Arnold Yates , and Keith Macklin
Northern Guest of the Week: Katharine Trevelyan
Yesterday's Fathers: Arthur Barton looks back to his Tyneside childhood
The Wisdom of the Serpent: Mae Bamber , formerly Mayor of Southport, talks about her years in public life
Albert Lieven reads from 'Journey Round My Eye' by Albert Vajda
Sixth of eight instalments
Light Programme

WOMAN'S HOUR

Introduced by PAMELA CREIGHTON
An Introduction to First Aid
2. Burns and scalds. ' Today's doctor
View of a City: Prague seen through the eyes of EDITH PARGETER
You Ask For It: a quiz. The sounds of the town and the country, identified by HILARY Haywood and MARY FITZHUGH
Romance: of the present moment from AMALIA MAGRI
Ideas in the Air: discussed by EVELYN ROSE, MATTHEW BYRNE , and KEITH MACKLIN David MARCH reads
' Flight Into Danger ' by JOHN CASTLE and ARTHUR HAILEY
Thirteenth of fifteen instalments
Light Programme

WOMAN'S HOUR

Introduced by ELIZABETH EMERSON from the North of England The Pangs of Poetry: by Marjorie Wilkinson tThe Leaven in the Loaf: a picture of a West Ridmg Institute for Further Education and its place in the community
He's Got Me Taped: ELSIE Lewis talks about the way God looks to her
Points from the Post-bag: with MARY STOTT , ARNOLD YATES , and KEITH MACKLIN Manchester is Home: by ELLEN HOLMES
MICHAEL HORDERN reads Doctor Zhivago by BORIS PASTERNAK Fifth of fifteen instalments
Light Programme

WOMAN'S HOUR

From the Worth of England Introduced by ELIZABETH EMERSON
† Family Festival: ALFRED BRAD-
LEY talks about John Arden 's venture at Kirkbymoorside, Yorkshire Hypnosis in Pregnancy and Labour: a discussion and demonstration by a consultant obstetrician and two of her patients
Alex Glasgow : a singer from Tyneside
Ideas in the Air: with THELMA KELLGREN , ARNOLD YATES , and KEITH MACKLIN
ANTHONY OLIVER reads ' The Shorn Lamb ' by JOHN STROUD Tenth of twelve instalments
Light Programme

WOMAN'S HOUR

From the North of England
Introduced by - ELIZABETH EMERSON
Ideas in the Air: with MITZI CUNLIFFE , ARNOLDYATES, and KEITH MACKLIN The Nude—or Britannia Unveiled: a talk by MILLICENT ISHERWOOD Marriage, Sex, and Fertility: a talk by a consultant physician Aladdin's Cave in the North: EVELYN ROSE talks about a smoked salmon factory Snippings: an interview with a north-country hairdresser f Religion and the Young:
ARTHUR BARTON reviews a new book by Richard Acland LISEL BEAUMONT reads
' When I Grow Rich' by JOAN FLEMING Third of ten instalments
Light Programme

WOMAN'S HOUR

from the North of England
Introduced by ELIZABETH EMERSON tRosh Hashana: EVELYN ROSE talks about New Year in a Jewish family
Ideas in the Air: with MARY STOTT , ARNOLD YATES , and KEITH MACKLIN
My Aunt Edith: PHOEBE HESKETH talks about a pioneer in natural living
Help and Encouragement: the fifteenth Writers' Summer School at Swanwick MARY WIMBUSH reads Across the Common by ELIZABETH BERRIDGE
Second of seven instalments
Light Programme

WOMAN'S HOUR

from the North of England
Introduced by ELIZABETH EMERSON Northern Guest of the Week: DAPHNE STEELE, S.R.N.. S.C.M
Ideas in the Air: with SANDRA Lowe , RICHARD BURSLEM and KEITH MACKLIN
' Brocky ': SYLVIA SHEPHERD tells the story behind her book
Harp on Wheels: MARY ROWLAND tangles with stereophony Portrait of a Listener: MARGARET BANKS
The Souffle: MATTHEW FINCH experiments in the kitchen
GRIZELDA HERVEY reads
The River, by RUMER GODDEN Third of ten instalments
Light Programme

WOMAN'S HOUR

From the North of England
Introduced by ELIZABETH EMERSON
Ideas in the Air: with DR. MARY MACAULEY , a consultant gynaecologist and KEITH MACKLIN
The Country in May: a talk by WALTER FLESHER , gamekeeper from Wharfedale
Continued in next column
Why I Like the North: some reasons put forward by BRUCE COOPER
Irene Boyd. B.A;: one woman's fight against invalidism FRANK DUNCAN reads
Griffith Gaunt by CHARLES READE
Fourteenth of fifteen Instalments
BBC Two England

Sport of the Day

Introduced by Keith Macklin.
Highlights of today's big events.
Including:

Athletics: Great Britain v. Poland
at the White City.

Cricket: Lord's Taverners v. Old England
at Edgbaston.

and
Summarised Sports News
Including late racing results and close-of-play cricket scores.
BBC Two England

Sport of the Day

Introduced by Keith Macklin.
Highlights of the day's big events.

Including:

The Lawn Tennis Championships: Finals Day at Wimbledon

also

Henley Royal Regatta

and
The W.A.A.A. Championships
including the Men's Invitation 1,500 metres in which Olympic champion Peter Snell, striving for another world record, was entered.

Summarised Sports News
including late racing results and close-of-play cricket scores.
BBC Home Service Basic

HOME THIS AFTERNOON

Including: tHave you read this?:
JACK SINGLETON dips into some of the entries in the competition recommending books for your library list
On Active Service:
KEITH MACKLIN talks to MR. AND MRS. FREEMAN about their life's work in Sheffield for the unemployed and refugees tArgument: another conversation on an issue of the day
Away From It All:
LESLIE GARDINER describes holidays he has spent off the main tourist stream. 4: Islands of the Blest
You asked us to play ... record requests
Introduced by STEVE RACE
BBC Two England

Time Out

See His Banners Go
This week centenary celebrations will honour hundreds of the full-time soldiers in the Salvation Army-the officers who form its clergy. But Time Out looks instead at the rank and file of the Army-ordinary people, but with lives guided by loyalty to a flag.

Is Cricket Dying?
Cricket, they say, is the traditional game of Englishmen-but even some of its own diehard followers now believe that it is in decline as a spectator sport and a player's game. Is cricket dying? And if so, when-and why-will it die?
Keith Macklin investigates.

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BBC Two England

Sport of the Day

Introduced by Keith Macklin.
Highlights of today's big events and Summarised Sports News.
BBC Two England

Sport of the Day

Introduced by Keith Macklin.
Highlights of today's big events.
including:

Cricket: England v. South Africa - Third Test Match
at The Oval.

also
Summarised sports news

including late racing results and close-of-play cricket scores.
Light Programme

WOMAN'S HOUR

from the North of England
Introduced by ELIZABETH EMERSON
Northern Guest of the Week: JOAN SEDDON , Woman Journalist of the Year in the Hannon Swaffer awards
Check-up Clinic: DR. JOHN
BURN, Medical Officer of Health, talks to BARBARA McDONALD about a new venture in Salford
American Abroad: MARTIN
GREEN talks to PAMELA HOWE
Fresh Woods: BARBARA BENSON became a jazz fan in her thirties
Ideas in the Air: discussed by STELLA DAVIES , STANLEY REY NOLDS. and KEITH MACKLIN
HUGH BURDEN reads Rogue Male by GEOFFREY HOUSEHOLD






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