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: Gardening Club

Outside broadcast cameras In the Northern Horticultural Society's Gardens, Harlow Car, Harrogate.
Percy Thrower meets A. Sigston Thompson, Hon. Director of Gardens; Geoffrey Smith, Superintendent.
Sequences include:
Mid-June growth in the herbaceous border, including scrophularia, euphorbia epithymoides, dicentra, and geranium renardii
From the Midlands
(to 11.20)

Contributors

Presenter: Percy Thrower
Guest: A. Sigston Thompson
Guest: Geoffrey Smith
Producer: Paul Morby

: The Weather Man

: Summer Grandstand

See below

From 1.30 SUMMER GRANDSTAND
Introduced by Harry Carpenter from WIMBLEDON

The Lawn Tennis Championships
From the Centre Court and No. 1 Court of the All England Lawn Tennis Club-the scene of the world's greatest tennis spectacle -Summer Grandstand brings you today's main matches, with comments and summaries at this half-way stage by Dan Maskell, Jack Kramer, and Peter West
Television presentation by Alan Mouncer. Brian Johnson, Dewi Griffiths, Ian Smith. and Douglas Hespe Producer. A. P. Wilkinson

AT 3.0 RACING from The Curragh The 1967 Irish Sweeps Derby
run over 1 1/2 miles Many of the best horses from England, France, Italy, and Ireland compete for one of the world's richest prizes of about £80,000 Commentators, Peter O'Sullevan and Clive Graham
Television presentation by Telefis Etreann

RESULTS SERVICE: Racing Results and Cricket scoreboard

Presented by Richard Tilling Editor. Lawrie Higgina

WHEN the first Irish Sweeps Derby was held in 1962 Irish racing joined the big time. Gone were the days when the Irish Derby was just another horse race, and the premier event of the racing year in Ireland now ranks as one of the big races of the world.
This afternoon on the plain of the Curragh the 1967 renewal of the race will be held and- horses from Britain, France, and Ireland will be running over a mile and a half not only for the £80,000 in prize money but for the prestige and stud value that victory can bring-two previous winners, Meadow Court and Ragusa, have each been syndicated as stallions for £400,000.
The Irish are very keen on their horses because the horse breeding industry is an important part of the country's economy. However, what will interest most of the huge crowd today will be their own economy as they seek to find the winner. The British challenge will be headed by Ribocco (Lester Piggott) and Dart Board (Scobie Breasley) who finished second and third in the Epsom Derby.

: Juke Box Jury

A new disc - a Hit or a Miss?
Comments and opinions on the latest pop releases.
This week's panel: Mel Torme, Janette Scott, Chris Denning, Penny Valentine
In the chair, David Jacobs

Contributors

Panellist: Mel Torme
Panellist: Janette Scott
Panellist: Chris Denning
Chairman: David Jacobs
Programme devised by: Peter Potter
Presentation: Colin Charman

: Dr. Who: The Evil of the Daleks: Part 7

by David Whitaker.
An adventure in space and time.
Starring Patrick Troughton as Dr. Who
and Marius Goring as Theodore Maxtible
with John Bailey
and Frazer Hines

Dr. Who is turned into a Dalek - or is he?

Contributors

Writer: David Whitaker
Title Music: Ron Grainer and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Incidental Music: Dudley Simpson
Designer: Chris Thompson
Dalek stories created by: Terry Nation
Producer: Innes Lloyd
Director: Derek Martinus
Dr. Who: Patrick Troughton
Jamie: Frazer Hines
Theodore Maxtible: Marius Goring
Edward Waterfield: John Bailey
Victoria Waterfield: Deborah Watling
Kemel: Sonny Caldinez
Daleks: Robert Jewell
Daleks: Gerald Taylor
Daleks: John Scott Martin
Daleks: Murphy Grumbar
Dalek voices: Peter Hawkins
Dalek voices: Roy Skelton

: Wimbledon Report

From the All England Lawn Tennis Club.
Highlights of the day's play, and news and summaries at this half-way stage of the Championships.
Introduced by Harry Carpenter.

Contributors

Presenter: Harry Carpenter
Producer: A. P. Wilkinson

: High Adventure: Sangaree

With Fernando Lamas, Arlene Dahl, Patricia Medina
with Francis L. Sullivan, Charles Korvin

Southern prejudice and the anger of a scheming woman face the son of a Spanish slave when he inherits a plantation.

Contributors

Producer: William H. Pine
Producer: William C. Thomas
Director: Edward Ludwig
Dr. Carlos Morales: Fernando Lamas
Nancy Darby: Arlene Dahl
Martha Darby: Patricia Medina
Dr. Bristol: Francis L. Sullivan
Felix Pagnol: Charles Korvin
Roy Darby: Tom Drake
Harvey Bristol: John Sutton
Gabriel Thatch: Willard Parker
Colonel Darby: Lester Matthews

: Billy Cotton's Music-Hall

From the stage of the BBC Television Theatre
with Billy Cotton and his Band
Special guest star, Cilla Black
Guest stars, Norman Vaughan, Kenneth McKellar
with Hope and Keen, Kathie Kay and The Young Idea
The Tiller Girls, The Cotton Singers

(Cilla Black is in "Way Out In Piccadilly" at the Prince of Wales Theatre, London; Norman Vaughan in "Boeing-Boeing" at the Pavilion, Torquay; Kenneth McKellar in "Showtime" at the Pavilion, Bournemouth; Hope and Keen are in "Show Time" at the North Pier, Blackpool)

Contributors

Presenter/Bandleader: Billy Cotton
Musicians: Billy Cotton and his Band
Singer: Cilla Black
Comedian: Norman Vaughan
Singer: Kenneth McKellar
Comedians: Hope and Keen
Singer: Kathie Kay
Musicians: The Young Idea
Dancers: The Tiller Girls
Precision routine: Barbara Aitken
Singers: The Cotton Singers
Choreography: Maura Bowes
Musical Direction: Harry Rabinowitz
Musical Associate: Fred Tomlinson
Script: Eric Davidson
Designer: John Burrowes
Production: Michael Hurll

: On the Margin

By and with Alan Bennett.
Also appearing are: Madge Hindle, Roland MacLeod, John Sergeant and on film: Wilson, Keppel, and Betty
Music by The Carole Calores Strings
(First shown on BBC-2)

Contributors

Writer: Alan Bennett
Musical Director: Ronnie Hazlehurst
Designer: Roger Cheveley
Director: Sydney Lotterby
Producer: Patrick Garland
Performer: Alan Bennett
Performer: Madge Hindle
Performer: Roland MacLeod
Performer: John Sergeant
Musicians: The Carole Calores Strings

: Royal Visit to Canada

Her Majesty The Queen replies to addresses by the Senate and House of Commons on Confederation Day, which marks the Centenary of the Dominion of Canada.
Introduced direct from Ottawa by Ian Trethowan.
Produced by Antony Craxton in collaboration with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

Contributors

Presenter: Ian Trethowan
Producer: Antony Craxton

: The Defenders: Go Between

A film from the series of courtroom dramas starring E.G. Marshall, Robert Reed

When a candidate's son is kidnapped, Lawrence Preston finds that politicians and public are prepared to cash in on the tragedy.

Contributors

Director: Paul Sylbert
Lawrence Preston: E.G. Marshall
Kenneth Preston: Robert Reed
Matthew Ryder: Arthur Hill
Dolores Ryder: Phyllis Thaxter
Harrison Alder: Addison Powell

: Great Moments in Sport: The Rivals

Introduced by Harry Carpenter.
Recalling historic sporting occasions and great champions in their moment of glory.

Tonight: The Rivals
featuring
Boxing
Floyd Patterson and Ingemar Johansson
Steeplechasing
Arkle and Mill House
Rowing
Oxford and Cambridge
Ice Skating
Protopopov and Belousova; Kilius and Baumler

Contributors

Presenter: Harry Carpenter
Presented by: Richard Tilling
Producer: Leslie Kettley








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