England v Australia Final day
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Introduced by PETER WEST
Commentary team RICHIE BENAUD JIM LAKER , TED DEXTER
Television presentation by DAVID KENNING and RICHARD TILLING
Tony Hart , Pat Keysell and Ben Benison including THE PROF, WILFRED MAKEPEACE LUNN with another of his clever machines, and BURBLES, HUMPHREY UMBRAGE and SUSANNE Designer
Producer PATRICK DOWLING
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BRIAN ASH , ROBERT LANGLEY LYNN LEWIS , JACK PIZZEY
JOAN SHENTON , PHILIP TIBENHAM
Editor MICHAEL BUNCC
with Geoffrey Wheeler The Final Llanelli v
Manchester or Banbury
The decisive match at the end of the 1972 knockout competition - the match which will produce the champions and the winners of the Owl of Wisdom Trophy.
Questions set bv BOSWELL TAYLOR Director PETER MASSEY Producer BILL WRIGHT
Loyalties by JAMES DORAN Part 2 starring James Ellis
John Slater , Douglas Fielding with Geoffrey Hayes
Lynch wants to score over Tom Stone. Then-the punch-up happens ....
Script editor TONY HOLLAND Designer JOHN HURST
Producer RON CRADDOCK Director PADDY RUSSELL
Magga Dan barman:
in The Great Lover also starring
Rhonda Fleming , Roland Young
A chance to see that master of comedy, Bob Hope , in some of his funniest films.
Complications aboard an ocean liner when Bob Hope , as the leader of a group of ' Boy Foresters ' becomes involved with an attractive duchess and a crooked gambler. Rhonda Fleming is the duchess who helps to make it hard for Bob to live up to the high ideals of the brotherhood!
Screenplay by EDMUND BELOIN , MELVILLE SHAVELSON and JACK ROSE Producer EDMUND BELOIN Director AI,EXANDER HALL
C J Dabney:
Grand Duke Maximilian:
The Truth Behind the Tartan
Whether you live in Surbiton or Scrabster, there is a sporting chance that you have a Granny called MacLeod or Macpherson or Mac-' Something '. Do you care? An American tycoon came to Scotland - to find to his delight that he was a long-lost Clan Chieftain. Another Clan Chieftain is a West Indian living in Jamaica. So what price the Clan system in Scotland today? Is it a sentimental memory of Jacobite days -or a tartan-tinted tourist trap? Magnus Magnusson meets the people who keep the Clan idea alive.
Written and produced by MAGNUS MAGNUSSON. BBC Scotland (Postponed from 30 May)
A personal choice of poetry by C. Day Lewis
The third in a series of six programmes made a few weeks before his death in which the Poet Laureate presented his own selection of verse.
Tonight's theme is Satire and Hatred and among the poets chosen are Browning, Byron, Crabbe, Pope and Tennyson. Readers C. Day Lewis Jill Balcon and Marius Goring
Producer NORMAN SWALLOW
(Marius Goring says Be My Guest, Radio 1 and 2 Thursday, 8.2 pm)
A series of six programmes giving a view of man and his expanding society seen in the archaeological landscape of the South.
3: The Taming of the Land
Early man was a simple hunter, foraging for his food as and where he could. But he was displaced by the later farming communities who, more than 4,000 years ago, began to make an indelible mark on the countryside of England.
By the time of the Roman occupation, in fact, huge areas of forest had been cleared and parts of Britain looked much as they do today. Even so, archaeologists can read the land to this day and find out what man grew and how he lived.
Presented by Professor Barry Cunliffe from Chapman's Pool, Dorset with Professor Geoffrey Dimbleby Colin Bowen
Producer HUGH PITT (BBC South) (Book 80p: see page 51)
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