The Gillette Cup
Lancashire v Gloucestershire from Old Trafford
Lancashire have won two semi-final matches against Gloucestershire by the narrowest of margins -everybody remembers the famous ' semi-final in the dark' in 1971 and last year's match was another thriller that went to the final over. Introduced by PETER WEST
Commentators RICHIE BENAUD and JIM LAKER
TV presentation DAVID KENNING , MIKE ADLEY
by PETER DICKINSON
Adapted in ten parts by ANNA HOME 9: The Quarry
Nicky seems to be safe at last; but she knows she cannot stay with Michael and Mary for ever ...
Producer ANNA HOME
Director JOHN PROWSE
A series of five programmes
The Man - MIKE KENDALL - and the Boy - SIMON KING - explore the British countryside in search of the abundant wildlife which is there for anyone to see -if they care to look for it. 1: Exmoor
Film cameraman JIM SAUNDERS Film editor CHARLES ALDRIDGE
Director JOHN KING. BBC Bristol
The seven winning towns of the 1976 domestic series compete for the RADIO TIMES Trophy. Competing towns:
BLACKPOOL, TAMWORTH, NEWBURY KIRKLEES, THURROCK, REDCAR and EDINBURGH
Introduced from Park Hall, Charnock Richard, Lancashire, by Stuart Hall and Eddie Waring International referee
GENNARO OLIVIERI Referees ARTHUR ELLIS , MIKE SWANN
Designer PAUL MONTAGUE
Games arranger PAUL TRERISE Director GEOFF WILSON
Producer CECIL KORER. BBC Manchester
by JEREMY LLOYD and DAVID CROFT Our Figures are Slipping
A sales conference is held in the Gents' Ready-Made Department. Being after hours, it is not popular with the staff. featuring
Director BERNARD THOMPSON
Producer DAVID CROFT
Young Mr Grace:
the returned Glen Check:
The British Academy Award-winning series of ten programmes 6: The Story ef
Charles Montague Doughty and his extraordinary journey through Arabia in 1876 Written by DAVID HOWARTH Introduced by David Attenborough from the Royal Geographical Society, London.
It was a lunatic idea. He dressed as an Arab while boasting he was a Christian. The fierce nomads of the desert would surely kill Charles Doughty on sight. There was little hope for him. Yet this strange and intense Englishman was determined to try to reach the Holy City of Mecca, religious capital of the Moslem Empire. His journey was a catalogue of appalling suffering. Many times he nearly perished. But years later Lawrence of Arabia was to report that since his journey Doughty had become something of a Bedouin legend. The Arabs told tales of him.
The series goes from strength to strength, (OBSERVER)
Vivid excitement. (SUNDAY MIRROR)
To my mind closer to the essence of desert living than the large-scale romantic film ' Lawrence of Arabia '.
Director DAVID MCCALLUM Producer MICHAEL LATHAM
A series of six programmes
Standards, pops and jazz played by some of the best bands of today Introduced by Roy Castle featuring tonight
BBC Northern Radio Orchestra directed by NEIL RICHARDSON Guest singer Salena Jones
Ray McVay and his Orchestra George Melly with John Chilton 's Feetwarmers
Lighting TOMMY MOTTRAM Sound KEN GREGORY Designer
Producer JOHNNIE STEWART
The first of a series of six programmes in which A. J. P. Taylor talks about the great leaders of the Second World War. They were the War Lords - men of incalculable power who dominated both the military and civil affairs of their countries. Mussolini
A. J. p. TAYLOR tells the story of the first of the modern dictators, Benito Mussolini. The son of a blacksmith. Mussolini rose to become the 'Duce of Italy, the conqueror of Abyssinia and / Hitler's ally. His fall was dramatic and ignominious/ Producer EDWARD MIRZOEFF Preview: naae 11
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