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: SUNDAY CRICKET

Introduced by Frank Bough
*
The Player's County League featuring today
KENT v. GLOUCESTERSHIRE
Both Kent and Gloucestershire, though in the top half of the League table, are finding it difficult to stay in touch with the leaders, Lancashire. Kent's defeat by Essex at Aveley on July 20 was a severe blow to their hopes, but all is not yet lost for either side with sixteen points still to be gained from the four remaining matches.
Commentary team at Folkestone: John Arlott , Richie Benaud Jim Laker
Today's other fixtures:
Derbyshire v. Nottinghamshire
Essex v. Sussex
Hampshire v. Leicestershire Lancashire v. Yorkshire
Middlesex v. Somerset
Surrey v. Northamptonshire
Warwickshire v. Worcestershire
Television presentation by BILL TAYLOR and Roy NORTON
Series producer, ALAN MOUNCER

Contributors

Introduced By: Frank Bough
Unknown: John Arlott
Unknown: Richie Benaud
Presentation By: Bill Taylor
Presentation By: Roy Norton
Producer: Alan Mouncer

: NEWS REVIEW

The best of the week's newsfilm from all over the world, together with other subjects of interest. For the deaf and hard of hearing a commentary appears visually
Presenter, Michael De Morgan
Producer, Bill NORTHWOOD followed by THE WEATHER

: THE WORLD ABOUT US

A series of films from all over the world about our astonishing planet and the people who live on it
WRITTEN IN THE WATER
This is the story of a 1,000-mile kayak voyage up the coast of Japan made by ten students: four British, six American. They experienced both the stifling calms of the Inland Sea and the storms of the Pacific, the frenzied excitement of the great Tinjin Festival, and the peace of tiny isolated islands whose inhabitants had never before seen a foreigner of any nationality. They visited the atomic dome at Hiroshima and watched the intense religious ritual of a modern Samurai swords-man. By the end they felt that, though their voyage had only been fleetingly written in the water, what they had learned would not be so soon forgotten.
Narrated by John Stockbridge and Tim Barnes
Filmed and produced by DEWITT JONES and LARRY DAVIES
Presented by RICHARD ROBINSON
Executive producer, BRIAN BRANSTON

Contributors

Unknown: John Stockbridge
Unknown: Tim Barnes
Produced By: Dewitt Jones
Produced By: Larry Davies
Presented By: Richard Robinson
Producer: Brian Branston

: WORKSHOP

The Same Trade as Mozart
A film about Electronic Music
*
Now that the computer has invaded the world of music composition, the traditional music lover feels a growing sense of threat. Unnatural, he says, mechanical. You wouldn'catch Mozart working with computers and tape recorders—or would you? Perhaps the essential problems of the composer don'really change from one age to another. After all, the piano, too, is mechanical, and an electronic valve is no more ' unnatural ' than a violin-both are man-made.
This summer the Society for the Promotion of New Music has started work on setting up a National Electronic Music Studio. This programme explains what Electronic Music is about and tries to dispel some of the misconceptions about that computer.
* with Karlheinz Stockhausen and Tristram Cary , Justin Connolly Brian Dennis , Ernest Hart
Daphne Oram , Peter Zinovieff
BBC Radiophonic Workshop DESMOND BRISCOE , JOHN BAKER DAVID CAIN
Jane Manning (soprano)
Judith Pearce (flute)
Pauline Scott (violin)
Howard Fletcher (organ)
The World of Oz
Boys of Shoreditch School
Produced by DAVID BUCKTON

Contributors

Unknown: Karlheinz Stockhausen
Unknown: Tristram Cary
Unknown: Justin Connolly
Unknown: Brian Dennis
Unknown: Ernest Hart
Unknown: Daphne Oram
Unknown: Peter Zinovieff
Unknown: Desmond Briscoe
Unknown: John Baker
Unknown: David Cain
Soprano: Jane Manning
Flute: Judith Pearce
Violin: Pauline Scott
Violin: Howard Fletcher
Produced By: David Buckton

: Where Have All the Teddy Boys Gone?

When he first appeared on the scene back in the early 1950s the Teddy Boy was considered a bit of a joke. But the laughter turned to concern as more and more stories appeared in the Press of people attacked in the streets and of vicious gang fights.
Five former Teds - George, Mick, Mike, Len, and Bernie - remember the frustrations and battles of Britain's first 'teenagers.'
Written and directed by JANE OLIVER Producer, Roger PRICE
Executive producer, RICHARD TAYLOR

Contributors

Written and directed by: Jane Oliver
Producer: Roger Price
Executive Producer: Richard Taylor

: CHILDREN TALKING

All the World's a Stage
Gerald Harrison talks to boys and girls in Hulme, Manchester
You can tell tchen an adult is playing a part and not being themselves; they mutter and shake NINE-YEAR-OLD I think it's better to have fun in your life than be bored, really
SEVEN-YEAR-OLD
People try to put a good image on themselves—they say when they were children they were never naughty
NINE-YEAR-OLD
Produced by BOB MOZLEY from the North

Contributors

Talks: Gerald Harrison
Produced By: Bob Mozley

: SHOW OF THE WEEK

presenting
The Rolf Harris Show
A second showing of the Easter edition of this series starring
ROLF HARRIS with The Young Generation
VALERIE BARRETT HEATHER BECKERS MARIE BETTS ANN CHAPMAN JACKIE DALTON JANE HERBERT LYNDA HERBERT LINDA JOLLIFF LESLEY JUDD KAY KORDA
BOOBY BANNERMAN CHRIS COOPER ROGER FINCH
DANNY GROVER HARRY HIGHAM ROGER HOWLETT
ERIK-JACK NIGEL LYTHGOE SCOTT MACKM
DENIS MORRISSEY
LINDA LAWRENCE PATRICIA LOVETT SANDY PENSON
TERRY ROBINSON WEI WEl
WONG BRIAN ROGERS
BARRIE STEVENS RICKY STRATFUL DONALD TORR
TREVOR WILLIS
Choreography, DOUGLAS Squires Guest artists,
RUSS CONWAY
NOEL HARRISON
NANA MOUSKOURI
Orchestra directed by ALYN AINSWORTH Musical arrangements by Alan Roper Script, PETER ROBINSON
Make-up, Nathalie Calfe
Costumes. Catriona Tomalin
Sound. Adrian Bishop Laggett Lighting. Dickie Higham
Design, J. Roger Lowe
Production, Stewart MORRIS

Contributors

Unknown: Rolf Harris
Unknown: Rolf Harris
Unknown: Valerie Barrett
Unknown: Heather Beckers
Unknown: Marie Betts
Unknown: Ann Chapman
Unknown: Jackie Dalton
Unknown: Jane Herbert
Unknown: Lynda Herbert
Unknown: Linda Jolliff
Unknown: Lesley Judd
Unknown: Kay Korda
Unknown: Booby Bannerman
Unknown: Chris Cooper
Unknown: Roger Finch
Unknown: Danny Grover
Unknown: Harry Higham
Unknown: Roger Howlett
Unknown: Erik-Jack Nigel Lythgoe
Unknown: Scott MacKm
Unknown: Denis Morrissey
Unknown: Linda Lawrence
Unknown: Patricia Lovett
Unknown: Sandy Penson
Unknown: Terry Robinson
Unknown: Wong Brian Rogers
Unknown: Barrie Stevens
Unknown: Ricky Stratful
Unknown: Donald Torr
Unknown: Trevor Willis
Artists: Russ Conway
Artists: Noel Harrison
Directed By: Alyn Ainsworth
Arrangements By: Alan Roper
Script: Peter Robinson
Unknown: Nathalie Calfe
Unknown: Catriona Tomalin
Unknown: Adrian Bishop Laggett
Unknown: Dickie Higham
Design: J. Roger Lowe
Unknown: Stewart Morris

: THIRTY-MINUTE THEATRE

Standing By for Santa Claus by XENIA FIELD adapted for television by CHARLOTTE PLIMMER and DENIS PLIMMER with Script editor, Derek Hoddinott
Designer. James Weatherup Producer, INNES LLOYD
Directed by MICHAEL HART ,
Tim Wylton is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company
A dramatic reconstruction of a session conducted by a prison psychiatrist with several hard-core prisoners including a child-murderer, a safe-cracker, and a con-man.
I applaud Thirty-Minute Theatre for its courage and original thinking
EXPRESS
Those who looked for a good tale well told were given full measure
THE STAGE

Contributors

Unknown: Santa Claus
Unknown: Xenia Field
Television By: Charlotte Plimmer
Unknown: Denis Plimmer
Editor: Derek Hoddinott
Designer: James Weatherup
Producer: Innes Lloyd
Directed By: Michael Hart
Directed By: Tim Wylton
Joe Dibba: Dennis Alaba Peters
Gordon Jones: Harry Fowler
Ted Warner: Michael Gough
Dr Bradley Ross: Roddy McMillan
Paul Spender: John Moore
Dr Alan Steiner: Derek Murcott
Les Phillips: Michael Standing
Ron Henderson: Tim Wylton
Jim: James Appleby

: PICK OF THE MONTH

A selection of some of the interesting and amusing moments from programmes seen on BBC-2 during July








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