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: Notice Board

Public Service announcements.

: Cricket: England v. Australia: Fifth Test Match

Third day's play at The Oval.
See also Grandstand

: Summer Grandstand

See panel
Details of next week's Grandstand are shown on page 55

Summer Grandstand
1.30 to 5.0-
Introduced by Harry Carpenter

Racing from Newbury
2.0 Strattons Handicap Plate (over 7 furlongs)
3.0 Kenneth Robertson Stakes (over 11 miles)
3.30 Oxfordshire Stakes (over 1 mile, 5 furlongs, 60 yards)
Commentators: Michael Seth-Smith and Clive Graham
Television presentation by Dennis Monger

Cricket from 2.10 app. England v. Australia
Further play from the Fifth Test at The Oval
Commentators: Brian Johnston, Peter West, Denis Compton and Richie Benaud
Television presentation by Philip Lewis

International Athletics at the White City Stadium from 2.5 app. Great Britain v. Poland
Organised by the B.A.A.B. in conjunctional with the 'News of the World' Commentators: Max Robertson and Norris McWhirter
Television presentation by Innes Lloyd

Sports news service throughout the afternoon including Racing and Cricket summaries

(While it is hoped to keep to the above timings they may be changed by events)

Contributors

Presented by: Richard Tilling
Associate Editor: Lawrie Higgins
Associate Editor: Alan Hart
Editor: Cliff Morgan

: The Telegoons: China Story

Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan
BBC Radio's world-famous Goons in a puppet series for Television.
This week's adventure is: China Story
Television adaptation by Maurice Wiltshire.
Produced by Tony Young of Grosvenor Films for BBC-tv

Contributors

Voice: Peter Sellers
Voice: Harry Secombe
Voice/script: Spike Milligan
Television adaptation: Maurice Wiltshire
Producer: Tony Young

: Dr. Who: Guests of Madame Guillotine

by Dennis Spooner
An adventure in space and time
Starring William Hartnell, William Russell, Jacqueline Hill and Carole Ann Ford
with James Cairncross, Jack Cunningham

The Doctor takes a long walk but Susan and Barbara face a very short ride to destruction.

Contributors

Writer: Dennis Spooner
Title Music: Ron Grainer with the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Incidental music composed and conducted by: Stanley Myers
Film Cameraman: Peter Hamilton
Film Editor: Caroline Shields
Story Editor: David Whitaker
Designer: Roderick Laing
Associate Producer: Mervyn Pinfield
Producer: Verity Lambert
Director: Henric Hirsch
Dr. Who: William Hartnell
Ian Chesterton: William Russell
Barbara Wright: Jacqueline Hill
Susan Foreman: Carole Ann Ford
Judge: Howard Charlton
Jailer: Jack Cunningham
Small boy: Peter Walker
Webster: Jeffry Wickham
Road-works overseer: Dallas Cavell
Peasant: Denis Cleary
Lemaitre: James Cairncross

: Juke Box Jury

A new disc - a Hit or a Miss?
Comment and opinions on the latest pop releases.
This week's panel: Max Bacon, Caroline Charles, Maureen Cleave, Laurence Harvey
In the chair, David Jacobs

Contributors

Panellist: Max Bacon
Panellist: Caroline Charles
Panellist: Maureen Cleave
Panellist: Laurence Harvey
Chairman: David Jacobs
Programme devised by: Peter Potter
Presented by: Barry Langford

: Cricket: England v. Australia - Fifth Test Match

The closing overs of the third day's play at The Oval, followed by a summary.

: The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters: The Day of the Golden Fleece

A new film series starring Dan O'Herlihy as Dr. Sardius McPheeters and Kurt Russell as his son Jaimie in tales of adventure along the California gold rush trail of '49.

Contributors

Dr. Sardius McPheeters: Dan O'Herlihy
Jaimie: Kurt Russell

: Dr. Finlay's Casebook: Cry Wolf

Created by A.J. Cronin.
Starring Andrew Cruickshank, Barbara Mullen
with Bill Simpson as Dr. Alan Finlay
Guest star, Fulton Mackay
First transmission on Dec. 13, 1963

Contributors

Creator: A.J. Cronin
Script: Jan Read
Script editor: Harry Green
The series produced by arrangement with: Graham Stewart
Film cameraman: Peter Sargent
Film editor: Valerie Best
Designer: Raymond Cusick
Producer: Campbell Logan
Director: William Slater
Dr. Cameron: Andrew Cruickshank
Dr. Finlay: Bill Simpson
Connor: Harry Pringle
Gourlay: Fulton Mackay
Janet: Barbara Mullen
Radiologist: John Carlin
Douglas: Ross Clear
Mrs Gourlay: Phyllida Law
Dr. Snoddie: Eric Woodburn
Chisholm: David Orr
Maid: Margaret Roy
Laird: Robert Baird

: Club Night

from the Palace Theatre Club, Offerton, Stockport.
Donald Peers introduces Anne Shelton, The Bachelors, Wally Boac, Saveen, Desmond Lane, Ray Fell, Kevin Kent, Peter Marsh, Malcolm Riddel.
Albert Saveen is appearing in The Black and White Minstrel Show at the Winter Gardens, Morecambe; Ray Fell in The Al Read Show at the Central Pier, Blackpool

Contributors

Presenter: Donald Peers
Singer: Anne Shelton
Band: The Bachelors
Performer: Wally Boac
Ventriloquist: Saveen
Penny-whistler: Desmond Lane
Comedian: Ray Fell
Singer: Kevin Kent
Performer: Peter Marsh
Performer: Malcolm Riddel
Orchestra conducted by: Harry Hayward
Setting: Stuart Furber
Director: Douglas Argent
Producer: Albert Stevenson

: Perry Mason: The Case of the Shoplifter's Shoe

A film series starring Raymond Burr as the famous lawyer-investigator created by Erle Stanley Gardner.
with Barbara Hale, William Hopper, William Talman, Ray Collins
Special guest star, Margaret O'Brien

The sister of a prominent jewellery dealer is accused of both shoplifting and murder.

Contributors

Character created by: Erle Stanley Gardner
Perry Mason: Raymond Burr
Della Street: Barbara Hale
Paul Drake: William Hopper
Hamilton Burger: William Talman
Lt. Tragg: Ray Collins
Virginia Trent: Margaret O'Brien

: Diary of a Young Man: 2: Money

by Troy Kennedy Martin and John McGrath
with Victor Henry, Richard Moore, Nerys Hughes

(See page 5)

Contributors

Writer: Troy Kennedy Martin
Writer: John McGrath
Music composed and conducted by: Stanley Myers
Film Cameraman: John McGlashan
Film Editor: Christopher La Fontaine
Story Editor: Roger Smith
Stills: Derek Nice
Designer: John Cooper
Producer: James MacTaggart
Director: Peter Duguid
Joe: Victor Henry
Rose: Nerys Hughes
Bank manager: Frank Williams
First worker: Harry Towd
Second worker: Alister Williamson
Third worker: George Tovey
Ginger: Richard Moore
Oscar: John Warner
Marie: Stephanie Randall
Mrs. Hatchett: Hazel Coppen
Mrs. Baggerdagger: Yootha Joyce
Mr. Silver: Roy Godfrey
Mr. Gold: Leslie Dwyer

: The Third Man: A Little Knowledge

A film series starring Michael Rennie as Harry Lime, Jonathan Harris as Bradford Webster.

Harry has been only a few hours in Madrid, when he is shot at. For once in his life he hasn't the least idea why anyone in Spain should want to kill him.

Contributors

Teleplay by: Raymond Bowers
Story consultant: Warner Law
Director: Robert M. Leeds
Producer: E.M. Smedley Aston
Executive Producer: Vernon Burns
Harry Lime: Michael Rennie
Bradford Webster: Jonathan Harris
Consuela Ronda: Yvonne Romain
Curro Garcia: Leonard Sachs
Luis Mendoza: Roger Delgado
Ramirez: Ferdy Mayne

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