BBC2 Trophy 2nd Round
Wigan v Leigh
Both these teams have won this trophy -Leigh won it by beating Wigan. This could be the keenest fought tie of the quarter-finals. Commentator EDDIE WARING
Producer RAY LAKELAND
The world of motoring introduced by Cliff Michelmore
Does sex appeal sell tyres? Manufacturer, artist, and model argue the case for and against garage pin-ups at the unveiling yesterday of the 1973 Pirelli Calendar.
Insurance firms say that drivers' premiums must go up in price yet again to pay for a loss of TIMOTHY WEST million on car cover last year. In 1970 the overall trading profit on fire, accident, and motor insurance of 290 British companies rose to E190 million. A North country car repairer shows how better workshop methods could make premiums cheaper.
Directors TONY SALMON, PETER CLEAVER Producer JOHN MILLS Editor BRIAN ROBINS
(Radio Times People: page 4)
Timothy West as Horatio Bottomley by JULIAN BOND with Bottomley- financier, founder of John Bull , fraud and swindler.
Costumes MARY woods
Make-up JEAN MCMILLAN Lighting JOHN TREAYS Designer FANNY TAYLOR Producer MARK SHIVAS Director ALAN CLARKE
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