Introduced by Cliff Michelmore with Barrie Gill and Gordon Wilkins
Tonight at the Skyline Hotel, London Airport, the results will be announced of the KLEBER-
WHEELBASE RALLY SCHOLARSHIP which gives the most promising young British rally driver of 1972 a works Ford Escort RS 1600 and £2,500 in cash, spares and tyres to help his career in the coming year. Meet the winner and see the action that won him the prize.
Also in tonight's programme, the winner of the 1972 Ferodo Trophy talks about motor racing and the family car.' And the Duke of Bed-ford speaks for some 7,000 motorists who have installed a radio telephone in their car -an aid to efficiency or a costly gimmick? DICK TRACEY investigates
Directors TONY SALMON
PETER CLEAVER , MICHAEL LUMLH Producer JOHN MILLS Editor BRIAN ROBINS
' Conan Doyle ' by JEREMY PAUL starring
The author of Sherlock Holmes starts behaving like his character.
DAVID ASHFORD , PETER LAIRD
Costumes ROBIN FRASER PAYE Sound CHICK ANTHONY
Lighting DAVE SYDENHAM Designer TOM CARTER Producer MARK SHIVAS
Director BRIAN FARNHAM
(The Edwardian Affair, Wed BBC2, 10 45. Illustrated paperback 45p: p 78) (Marriages are made . , , : page 21)
R D Yelverton:
Captain Hon George Anson:
The Rev Shapurji Edalji:
Home Office spokesman:
Captain Innes Doyle:
Members of Reform Club:
Bob Harris with the news, views and sounds of today's music
In the studio Focus
The Crickets plus album tracks, films, guests.
Director COLIN STRONO
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON
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