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: Weatherman

JACK SCOTT looks at the weekend weather

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Scott

: Grandstand featuring The Lawn Tennis Championships The Irish Sweeps Derby

Introduced by Harry Carpenter direct from Wimbledon
Wimbledon 1971
Today's outstanding matches brought to you as they happen from the Centre Court and No 1 Court of the All England Lawn Tennis Club at the half-way stage of the Championships.
' Wimbledon remains the most treasured title in the game. It is the oldest of all the international championships- the mostreported, the most televised. The word " unique " is used about Wimbledon almost like a first name.' (Arthur Hopcraft on ' sweat, tears and strawberries': p 55)
Commentators DAN MASKELL
JACK KRAMER , PETER WEST
BILL KNIGHT and EMLYN JONES
TV presentation by ALAN MOUNCER RICHARD TILLING , BOB DUNCAN
FRED VINER and DEWI GRIFFITHS Produced bv A. p. WILKINSON
(Match of the Day: BBC2 at 10.40 pm) at 2.55*
Irish Sweeps Derby from The Curragh Europe's top three-year-olds clash in the tenth running of Ireland's richest race, worth over f 50,000 to the winner. There will be a strong contingent of Epsom Derby runners. These include Linden Tree, attempting to be the first blinkered winner of the Irish Sweeps; Irish Ball; and Lombardo, partnered by Lester Piggott (despite his threat never to ride in Ireland again after the Irish 2,000 Guineas) - who came second, third, and fourth respectively at Epsom.
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN and CLIVE GRAHAM
TV presentation by the Irish Television Service
Results Service
Racing results and cricket scores
Grandstand- presented for television by BRIAN VENNER. Editor ALAN HART

Contributors

Introduced By: Harry Carpenter
Unknown: Arthur Hopcraft
Commentators: Dan Maskell
Unknown: Jack Kramer
Unknown: Peter West
Unknown: Bill Knight
Unknown: Emlyn Jones
Presentation By: Alan Mouncer
Presentation By: Richard Tilling
Presentation By: Bob Duncan
Unknown: Fred Viner
Unknown: Dewi Griffiths
Unknown: Lester Piggott
Commentators: Peter O'Sullevan
Commentators: Clive Graham
Television By: Brian Venner.
Editor: Alan Hart

: The News

Weatherman JACK SCOTT

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Scott

: Grandstand

Part 2
Wimbledon 1971
The Lawn Tennis
Championships direct from the All England Club.
Further coverage of the outstanding matches on the Centre Court and No 1 Court on the sixth day of the Championships.

: The Saturday Western

Drums Across the River starring Audie Murphy
Lyle Bettger , Walter Brennan
The gold-mining town of Crown City is rapidly becoming a ghost town as the ore runs out, but just across the river in territory reserved for the Ute Indians there are rich veins to be dug.
Audie Murphy , killed in a plane crash last month, was the real-life war hero who became a successful Hollywood star. In Westerns he was occasionally an outlaw but more often the ' good guy' as in tonight's film, the fast-moving story of one man's attempts to avert an Indian war.
Directed by NATHAN JURAN

Contributors

Unknown: Audie Murphy
Unknown: Lyle Bettger
Unknown: Walter Brennan
Unknown: Audie Murphy
Directed By: Nathan Juran
Gary Brannon: Audie Murphy
Jennie Marlowe: Lisa Gaye
Frank Walker: Lyle Bettger
Sam Brannon: Walter Brennan
Sue: Mara Corday
Morgan: Hugh O'Brian
TaOS: Jay Silverheels
Sheriff Beal: Regis Toomey
Ouray: Morris Ankrum
Jed Walker: James Anderson
Les Walker: George Wallace
Billy Costa: Bob Steele
Ralph Costa: Lane Bradford
Marlowe: Emil Meyer
Red Knife: Ken Terrell

: Tho Black and White Minstrel Show

starring
The Mitchell Minstrels Guest stars
The Monarchs Eric and Cedric featuring
John Boulter , Dai Francis
Margaret Savage , Andy Cole with THE TELEVISION TOPPERS and LES RAWLINGS , PENNY JEWKES JEAN MCGUIRE , DELIA WICKS
Choreography by ROY GUNSON Vocal arrangements by GEORGE MITCHELL
Orchestrations by ALAN BRISTOW
Orchestra (leader FREDDY CLAYTON ) conducted by GEORGE MITCHELL and ALAN BRISTOW
Design MARTIN COLLINS
Producer ERNEST MAXIN
(The Black and White Minstrels are in ' The Magic of the Minstrels ' at the Victoria Palace, London, and 'The Black and White Minstrel Show ' at the Congress Theatre, Eastbourne)

Contributors

Unknown: John Boulter
Unknown: Dai Francis
Unknown: Margaret Savage
Unknown: Andy Cole
Unknown: Les Rawlings
Unknown: Penny Jewkes
Unknown: Jean McGuire
Unknown: Delia Wicks
Choreography By: Roy Gunson
Arrangements By: George Mitchell
Unknown: Alan Bristow
Leader: Freddy Clayton
Conducted By: George Mitchell
Conducted By: Alan Bristow
Design: Martin Collins
Producer: Ernest Maxin

: A Man Called Ironside

A film series starring
Guest stars Alan Napier
Bernard Fox , Larry Mann Return to Fiji
Ironside sets off alone for a remote island paradise to spend a quiet holiday at the home of an old friend. But on arrival Ironside finds that his friend has mysteriously disappeared ...

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Napier
Unknown: Bernard Fox
Unknown: Larry Mann
Robert Ironside: Raymond Burr
Det-Sgt Brown: Don Galloway
Eve: Barbara Anderson
Mark: Don Mitchell

: The News

with Richard Baker ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Baker

: Frankie Howerd in Up Pompeii!

Written by TALBOT ROTHWELL
Guest virgin TRISHA NOBLE SUI LIN , BARBARA LINDLEY
ANITA RICHARDSON , JOANNA ROSS
VALERIE STANTON , JEANETTE WILD
Designer KENNETH SHARP Producer DAVID CROFT %

Contributors

Written By: Talbot Rothwell
Unknown: Trisha Noble
Unknown: Sui Lin
Unknown: Barbara Lindley
Unknown: Anita Richardson
Unknown: Joanna Ross
Unknown: Valerie Stanton
Unknown: Jeanette Wild
Designer: Kenneth Sharp
Producer: David Croft
Lurcio: Frankie Howerd
Ludicrus: Max Adrian
Senna: Jeanne Mockford
Ammonia: Elizabeth Larner
Odius: Leon Thau
Pitius: Geoffrey Hughes
Plautus: William Rushton
Priest: Hugh Paddick
Tittia: Penny Brahms
Virginia: Janet Mahoney
Nausius: Kerry Gardner
Erotica: Georgina Moon

: Parkinson

Conversation, guests, good music and the occasional surprise with Michael Parkinson and Marion Montgomery.
"Now, don't tell me. I know I know you. I'm sure I know you."
"Maybe you've seen me on the box, love ... Mike Parkinson"
"Oh. No. I've never watched your programme ..."
THE HARRY STONEHAM FIVE
Design JOHN BURROWES
Director ROGER ORDISH
Producer RICHARD DREWETT
(This Week's Sounds: page 11)

Contributors

Presenter: Michael Parkinson
Singer: Marion Montgomery
Guest: Pierre Salinger
Guest: Shelley Winters
Design: John Burrowes
Director: Roger Ordish
Producer: Richard Drewett

: Weatherman

Closedown








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