The John Player League Worcestershire v Northamptonshire from Stourbridge
Worcestershire have found North-ants to be a bit of a bogey team: in three years of the competition they have been unable to score a victory, yet they are a strong side and current holders of the John Player Trophy.
Northamptonshire are also well endowed with top players: their talented Indians, slow left-arm bowler Bedi and Mushtaq, the first batsman to score 1,000 runs this year, will provide very stiff opposition.
During the tea interval at 4.10* Profile of a Cricketer
Basil D'OHveira , MBE (Worcs and England) by JOHN ARLOTT
FRANK BOUGH introduces today's programme which includes news of all today's other fixtures:
Commentators at Stourbridge JOHN ARLOTT and JIM LAKER
TV presentation BOB DUNCAN , ROY NORTON Series producer BILL TAYLOR
For the deaf and hard of hearing a commentary appears visually. with Michael De Morgan
Producer BILL NORTHWOOD and Weather
Anthony Smith took a boat, a group of friends and six months off to quest for the odd, the diverting and the picturesque around the shores of our island: a gannet colony here and a story of salvage there, an account of French invasion in Pembroke and a folktale of cannibalism in Scotland. Like the coastline itself, a pot-pourri of humour and adventure, sea and sand, stories and song.
Filmed by DOUGLAS BOTTING
Original music by THE JAW BONE JUG BAND
Written and produced by ANTHONY SMITH
Presented by COLIN LUKE
starring Terry Scott
Written by DAVE FREEMAN featuring June Whitfield Peter Butterworth
Frank Thornton , Dilys Watling Stuart Sherwin and THE BOWLES BEVAN SINGERS
Orchestra directed by BURT RHODES Producer PETER WHITMORE
Parade starring and
Erik Satie , French composer, born 1866, died in Paris 1925. This entertainment for TV is more about Satie's mental landscape and less about dates and places. His life was an elaborate expression of surrealism. In this fantasy Satie (hammer in pocket) and Socrates (Greek tourist) walk across Paris together. The dialogues, based on Satie's own words have been written by BASIL DEANE , and present an inner portrait of this complex personality.
Film cameraman PETER SARGENT Producer WILLIAM FITZWATER
Mr and Mrs Robert Andrews by Gainsborough at the National Gallery, London
Gainsborough's portrait is described by Michael Kitson as the most important English painting bought for the nation in 20 years.
Director DAVID CHESHIRE
by JEAN-PAUL SARTRE dramatised in 13 parts by DAVID TURNER starring Michael Bryant
Daniel Massey , Georgia Brown The Age of Reason
Ivich has failed her examinations and Mathieu has failed to persuade her to stay in Paris. He has also just stolen money for an abortion and given it to Marcelle.
Part 6: 17 June 1938 - Evening
Producer DAVID CONROY
Director JAMES CELLAN JONES
A weekly report on the match between Boris Spassky of Russia and challenger
Bobby Fischer of the United States Introduced by CHRISTOPHER BRASHER
Producer ROBERT TONER
Roy Hudd comical entertainer
' One man's week - one man's weaknesses - one man's weak knees - all will be revealed.'
Producer PATRICIA INGRAM Editor ROWAN AYERS