JACK SCOTT : the weekend weather
introduced by Frank Bough
SAM LEITCH returns with this popular lunchtime feature.
International Rugby Union New Zealand v The British Lions
The whole of today's vital Test Match, by satellite from Auckland. Today's Fourth and Final Test will decide the series. Victory for the Lions will win them the series outrght. If the All-Blacks win, the series will be shared.
Commentator in Auckland
TV presentation by the New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation
Racing from Newbury
2.30 The Geoffrey Freer Stakes
(1 mile, 5 furlongs and 60 yards)
3.0 The Shrivenham Stakes (Handicap) (5 furlongs)
Commentators JULIAN wilson and clive GRAHAM
TV presentation by DENNIS MONGER
2.35; 4.15; 5.5*
The European Championships from Helsinki
DAVID COLEMAN ,
RON PICKERING and NORRIS MCWHIRTER report on this afternoon's outstanding events in Helsinki's Olympic Stadium, including:
Men's 5,000m: Final
Men's 50km Walk: Final
Men's 110m Hurdles: semi-finals Men's Hammer: Final
Men's High Jump : Final
Ladies' Long Jump : Final TV presentation by the Finnish Television Service
Show Jumping from the All
Jumping Course, Hickstead
European Junior Championship:
The Nations- Cup
Great Britain's team of four junior riders defend the title, won last year in Switzerland, against teams from 11 other European countries.
Commentator DORIAN WILLIAMS TV presentation by ALAN MOUNCER (Cover story: page 11)
Match of the Champions from St Helens St Helens
(1971 League champions) v Leigh (1971 Cup winners)
The two most successful sides of last season meet in this special annual challenge match, which has the added attraction of being a local Derby.
Commentator EDDIE WARING TV presentation by BOB DUNCAN
12.35 Football preview
12.50 Rugby Union
2.20 Racing; 2.35 Athletics
2.50 Racing; 3.5 Show jumping
3.30 Rugby League: 4.15 Athletics
4.40 Teleprinter; Results Service
Timings are subject to alteration in order to keep up to date with events. Grandstand presented for television by BRIAN VENNER. Editor ALAN HART
This 600-mile ocean yacht race to South west Ireland and back is the major event of the Admiral's Cup competition. This year's race, as ever, will be hazardous and fiercely contested.
The inside story is told by the crews who take part-including the British team, led by THE PRIME MINISTER in Morning Cloud, with ARTHUR SLATER in Prospect of Whitby and BOB WATSON in Cervantes.
Full coverage from some of 200 boats in the race, observer boats along the route and from the air.
(BBC South production: from Southampton)
Weatherman JACK scott
A grand tour of some of the world's outstanding zoos with Anthony Smith A Living Library
In a corner of Regent's Park, covering 36 acres, is one of the oldest and most respected zoos. As a living library of the animal kingdom its comprehensive collection of species has commanded worldwide public and scientific acclaim.
Producer PETER BALE
Series editor NICHOLAS CROCKER
(from Bristol: first shown on BBC2)
First of three famous Westerns starring James Stewart and directed by ANTHONY MANN with Shelley Winters, Dan Duryea, Stephen McNally, Millard Mitchell
The story of one man's quest to recover his rightful possession â€” the perfect gun, so good that other men will risk their lives to possess it.
(This Week's Films: page 9)
Waco Johnny Dean:
Latigo Means r:
starring Lulu and her guests
The New Seekers The Fellas
Choreography DOUGLAS SQUIRES
ALYN AINSWORTH AND HIS ORCHESTRA Script by BRYAN BLACKBURN Design CHRIS THOMPSON
Producer STEWART MORRIS
A film series starring Raymond Burr with guest star Robert Lipton
One Hour to Kill
Eve, Ed and Mark take a well-deserved evening off from their duties. And with Ironside at home alone it is the perfect set-up for a clever psychopathic killer who has waited patiently for just such an opportunity ...
Raymond Burr Actor: Robert
Officer Eve Whitfield:
with Kenneth Kendall and Weather
First Division two-match action to kick off the 1971-72 Football League season.
Action from one of the fixture list's perfect club pairings.
Action highlighting the meeting of Northern and Midland clubs.
Action, analysis, interviews and the news which matters on Day One of the Football League season.
A season which begins with 12 new managers appointed to league sides in midsummer. Already hundreds of friendly matches and the Watney Cup competition have taken place, but the battle for honours in the four divisions begins today. Will Leeds strike lucky in the First Division this season? What are the pressures on League champions and Cup holders Arsenal? Can Burnley return after one season only in the Second Division? Do Aston Villa fans need more than Third Division football? Many of the answers will be found on Saturdays and shown on Match of the Day.
Commentator (First Division):
Television Presentation (First Division) by:
Commentator (Northern and Midland):
Television Presentation (Northern and Midland) by:
Conversation, guests, good music and the occasional surprise with Michael Parkinson and Marion Montgomery.
THE HARRY STONEHAM FIVE
Director ROGER ORDISH
Producer RICHARD DREWETT