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Derby Day Grandstand

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2.25 to 4.0
Derby Day Grandstand
Introduced by David Coleman from Manchester United's European Cup headquarters, and featuring
The Derby direct from Epsom
The world's most famous flat racing classic, brought to you as it happens by BBC outside broadcast cameras. Latest news of runners and riders, special film of the fancied runners, and expert comment from some of Derby Day's best-known names, including Sir Gordon Richards... Lester Piggott... Sandy Barclay...
Followed by
The Derby Paddock The 1968 Derby runners in close-up
The Parade The jockeys parade their mounts in front of the Royal Box
At 3.35 The 1968 Derby Stakes Run Over 11/2: Miles of the Famous Epsom Course

Followed by
European Cup Final Preview
with Manchester United

David Coleman, who will be watching the Derby with the players of Manchester United at their hotel near London, looks ahead with Matt Busby, Bobby Charlton, George Best, Pat Crerand, and the other famous personalities of Manchester United to tonight's big match at Wembley, where they play in the final of the European Cup

Contributors

Presenter: David Coleman
Pundit (The Derby): Sir Gordon Richards
Pundit (The Derby): Lester Piggott
Pundit (The Derby): Sandy Barclay
Commentator (The Derby): Peter O'Sullevan
Commentator (The Derby): Clive Graham
Television Presentation (The Derby): Dennis Monger
Television Presentation (The Derby): Ray Lakeland
Television Presentation (The Derby): Alan Mouncer
Interviewee (European Cup Final Preview): Matt Busby
Interviewee (European Cup Final Preview): Bobby Charlton
Interviewee (European Cup Final Preview): George Best
Interviewee (European Cup Final Preview): Pat Crerand
Presented by: Brian Venner
Editor: Bryan Cowgill

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Derby Day Grandstand

BBC One London, 29 May 1968 14.25






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