Narration BRIAN CANT
Mission North Africa: part 2 1
Tanguy and Laverdure have located the warhead in the desert, but find they are not alone in their search.
KEITH BEST looks at the weekend weather
Introduced by Frank Bough direct from Lord's and featuring the Gillette Cup Final Gloucestershire v Sussex
Outside broadcast cameras are at Lord's to bring you the action, excitement and atmosphere of one of cricket's great occasions. All 25,000 tickets were sold out months ago for the Final of this 60-overs-a-side knockout competition.
GLOUCESTERSHIRE are In a knockout Cup Final for the first time. South African all-rounder MIKE PROCTER , whose performance was largely responsible for their narrow semi-final win over Worcestershire, could be their key player.
SUSSEX, winners of the Cup in 1963 and 1964, are making a record-breaking fifth appearance in the Final. JOHN SNOW and Tony Greig (above) lead their challenge for a third win. Commentators
PETER WEST, RICHIE BENAUD JIM LAKER
The Gillette Cup Final is being shown on BBC2 from 4.40 pm
Buss ticket to the final: page 4
11.30; 2.10; 3.35*
The Double Diamond
International Tournament from Princes Golf Club, Sandwich, Kent
The final day of this international team competition worth £15,000 in prize money. Teams from England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Europe and the Rest of the World face each other in singles match play.
Today's matches with four play? ers in each team are ... In the morning:
Europe v Rest of the World England v Scotland In the afternoon:
England v Rest of the World Europe v Scotland Wales v Ireland
Commentators PETER ALLISS
DAVID THOMAS. MARK MCCORMACK
Grandstand's popular lunchtime football spot SAM LEITCH and the BBC team of football reporters introduce action, personalities and up-to-the-minute news of today's matches, with analysis and comment from JIMMY HILL.
1.15; 2.10; 3.10; 3.35*
Burghley Horse Trials
The spectacular cross-country stage on the second day of this major three-day event. The international field-including Britain's LORNA SUTHERLAND , a former winner - compete over a formidable 4-mile course with 29 obstacles in the beautiful setting of Burghley Park where next year's World Championships will be held. Commentators
1.50; 2.50; 3.20*
2.0 Lex Stakes (6 furlongs)
3.0 British Car Auction Selling Stakes (11 miles)
3.30 Burmah-Castrol Handicap (1 mile)
Commentators JULIAN WILSON
4.45* Final Score
The fastest Results Service with classified football results, rugby and racing results, action high. lights and reports on today's out; standing matches and events.
12.50 Football Preview
1.15 Cricket/Burghley Horse Trials
1.50 Racing from Kempton
2.50 Racing from Kempton
3.20 Racing from Kempton
4.45 Final Score
Timings are subject to alteration la order to keep up to date with eventi.
Cricket DAVID KENNING , JOHN SHREWSBURY Golf ALAN MOUNCER. FRED VINER Burghley RICHARD TILLING Racing DENNIS MONGER Grandstand edited by JONATHAN MARTIN
A lighthearted look at some favourite cartoon characters.
Droopy protects a flock of sheep, Louie the parrot tangles with a dopey cat called Heathcliff, we attend a lecture on zoology, and Bugs Bunny finds himself attacked by Vikings.
Tony Blackburn makes the introductions
Weatherman KEITH BEST Today's Sport
in The Strong Man
The sixth presentation in a season of classic silent comedy films. HARRY LANGDON as a strong-man's assistant hilariously trying to find his wartime lady-love. Introduced by Michael Bentine from the National Film Theatre, London
Music by MALCOLM MITCHELL Presented by RICHARD EVANS This Week's Films: page 9
by JIMMY PERRY and DAVID CROFT starring Arthur Lowe
John Le Mesurier , Clive Dunn featuring
JOHN LAURIE as Pte Frazer JAMES BECK as Pte Walker
ARNOLD RIDLEY as Pte Godfrey IAN LAVENDER as Pte Pike Brain versus Brawn
The platoon disguise themselves as firemen during an initiative exercise, but are called on to tackle a real fire.
Designer PAUL JOEL
Producer DAVID CROFT
Robert Taylor , Brian Donlevy
In this story about the notorious outlaw of the old West, Robert Taylor plays the young Billy Bonney hired as a gunfighter by a crooked cattle baron.
Director DAVID MILLER
This Week's Films: page 9
'Spike ' Hudson:
A special programme featuring some of the most popular moments from the current series starring Mike Yarwood
Written by ERIC DAVIDSON featuring Cheryl Kennedy and special guest Peter Noone
Musical director ALAN BRADEN
Designers DAVID DREWERY , JOHN O'HARA Producer JAMES MOIR
(Mike Yarwood is in ' Holiday Startime at the ABC Theatre, Blackpool)
George Foreman (USA) undefeated world boxing champion v
Jose Roman (Puerto Rica) over 15 rounds
By satellite from the ringside at the Budokan Arena, Tokyo.
Commentator HARRY CARPENTER
Foreman, who sensationally deprived Joe Frazier of his world crown last January, makes his first defence of the title.
Roman, 25, is the first Puerto Rican to fight for the heavyweight title. His record is : Fights 54, won 46 (KOs 21), lost 7, drawn 1
Next week - Full coverage of the Muhammed AU/Ken Norton fight: Tues 11 Sept, BBC1
with Kenneth Kendall ; Weather
Introduced by Jimmy Hill
Four teams in action from the First Division spanning London, the North West, Yorkshire and the Midlands.
BARRY DAVIES is the commentator at a leading London ground.
JOHN MOTSON reports on one of last season's success sides.
Personality action analysed and discussed by jimmy hill.
Football TV presentation by ALEC WEEKS and JOHN MCCONAGLI Match of the Day presented by MARTIN HOPKINS . Editor SAM LEITCH
Written and presented by Ludovic Kennedy
In December 1943 the most successful warship in the German Navy was sunk, off the North Cape of Norway, by the guns and torpedoes of the British Fleet. So ended a career during which the German battleship had sunk an aircraft carrier, an armed merchant cruiser, two destroyers and well over 100,000 tons of merchant shipping.
Tonight Ludovic Kennedy (whose father commanded HMS Rawalpindi, the first ship sunk by the Scharnhorst) tells the story of the battleship's four years of war. The programme includes participants in both navies and remarkable film shot at the time.
"The film is super" (Sunday Times) "A dramatic, moving tale" (Observer)