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: Weatherman

Contributors

Weatherman: George Luce

: Grandstand

Frank Bough introduces the Saturday sports spectacular featuring the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes among today's top races from Ascot; Centenary Swimming Gala in which Otter SC compete against leading clubs from Holland, Belgium. France, West Germany, and Scotland; Rugby League from Workington; and highlights of the international hockey match, England v Pakistan

12.55* Football Preview
Introduced by Sam Leitch

1.15* International Hockey: England v Pakistan
Highlights of the match at Edgbaston in which England met the reigning Olympic Champions

1.50, 2.20, 3.25, 4.30* Racing from Ascot
2.0 Red Deer Stakes Handicap (1 1/2 miles)
2.30 Blue Seal Stakes (6 furlongs)
3.35 Queen. Elizabeth II Stakes (1 mile)
4.35 Diadem Stakes (6 furlongs)

2.5, 2.35, 4.45* Swimming: Otter SC Centenary Gala
incorporating the Final of the English Water-Polo Championship

3.0, 3.45* Rugby League: Workington v St Helens

4.55* Results Service
Classified results and news

Times are subject to alteration

Contributors

Presenter: Frank Bough
Presenter (Football Preview): Sam Leitch
Commentator (International Hockey): Alan Weeks
Producer (International Hockey): Bill Taylor
Commentator (Racing): Peter O'Sullevan
Commentator (Racing): Clive Graham
Producer (Racing): Dennis Monger
Commentator at Crystal Palace (Swimming): Max Robertson
Commentator at Crystal Palace (Swimming): Harry Walker
Producer (Swimming): Bob Duncan
Commentator (Rugby League): Eddie Waring
Producer (Rugby League): Nick Hunter
Producer (Grandstand): Brian Venner
Editor (Grandstand): Alan Hart

: Star Trek: Space Seed

A derelict spaceship from another age drifts aimlessly across the path of the USS Enterprise, bearing the survivors of a past civilisation. Only after boarding does Captain Kirk realise why his challenge goes unanswered, but it is taken up with a vengeance when the peculiar passengers come under his command

Contributors

Captain Kirk: William Shatner
Mr Spock: Leonard Nimoy
Khan: Ricardo Montalban
Lt Marla McGivers: Madlyn Rhue
Dr McCoy: DeForest Kelley
Uhura: Michelle Nichols
Scott: James Doohan
Spinelli: Blaisdell Makee

: The News

Contributors

Weatherman: George Luce

: Simon Dee

introduces his guests

Contributors

Presenter: Simon Dee
Musical Director: Max Harris
Script: Joe Steeples
Designer: Ray Price
Director: James Moir
Producer: Richard Drewett

: Dixon of Dock Green: Copper's Luck

by Gerald Kelsey
Starring Jack Warner

They say that one good turn deserves another, but when the Dock Green Police volunteered as blood donors they had no idea as to the possible outcome

(Peter Byrne is appearing in "There's a Girl in my Soup" at the Comedy Theatre, London)

Contributors

Writer: Gerald Kelsey
Series created by: Ted Willis
Design: David Myerscough-Jones
Programme Co-ordinator: Joe Waters
Producer: Eric Fawcett
George Dixon: Jack Warner
Alan Gosling: Leslie Schofield
Nurse Sullavan: Shivaun O'Casey
Nurse Hills: Jill Fletcher
PC Swain: Robert Arnold
Sgt Wills: Nicholas Donnelly
Matron: Dorothy Frere
Barry Dent: James McManus
Mike Farmer: Michael Warren
Nurse Black: Deirdre Benner
WPC Reed: Jenny Logan
Det-Sgt Andy Crawford: Peter Byrne
Sid Perryman: Lane Meddick
Hospital cleaner: Toke Townley
Mrs Perryman: Janet Davies
Det-Con Lauderdale: Geoffrey Adams
Landlord: Ritchie Stewart
Harry: B.H. Barry
Paddy: Tom Clorey
Jack: Tony Heaton
Station Sgt Duggan: Richard McNeff

: The Hippodrome Circus

An excerpt from the 1969 Show at Great Yarmouth
with Bailey Fossett's Liberty Ponies presented by Christine Pinder, The Hermanis, The Four Bertis, The Two Szenassy, Krenzola Ottilia, The Five De-Tos, Don Saunders, The Sheila Pugh Show Girls
Don Saunders, mime and musical clown, makes a welcome guest appearance in this second excerpt from the Hippodrome Circus - where he made his debut in the ring 15 years ago. Since his last appearance in Yarmouth in 1966 Don has been touring South Africa and the Continent
Programme introduced by Peter West
(from BBC Midlands)

Contributors

Bailey Fossett's Liberty Ponies presented by: Christine Pinder
Diabolo act: The Hermanis
Unicyclists: The Four Bertis
Performers: The Two Szenassy
Animal act: Krenzola Ottilia
Motor cyclists: The Five De-Tos
Mime/clown: Don Saunders
Singers/dancers: The Sheila Pugh Show Girls
The Orchestra under the direction of: Derek Iles
Circus director: Roberto Germains
Presenter: Peter West
TV presentation: Barrie Edgar

: Three Great Stars: To Please a Lady


[Starring] Clark Gable
The films of three great screen actors - Tyrone Power, Spencer Tracy, and, here Clark Gable with Barbara Stanwyck and Adolphe Menjou

Gable in a meaty role as a tough racing driver who finds himself at odds with a woman columnist when she launches a campaign against his daredevil tactics on the track

Contributors

Screenplay: Barre Lyndon
Screenplay: Marge Decke
Produced and directed by: Clarence Brown
Mike Brannan: Clark Gable
Regina Forbes: Barbara Stanwyck
Gregg Reynolds: Adolphe Menjou
Jack Mackay: Will Geer
Dwight Barrington: Roland Winters
Joie Chitwood: William C. McGaw
Regina's secretary: Lela Buss
Mr Wendan: Emory Parnell
Press agent: Frank Jenks
Press agent: Pit Crew
Press agent: Bill Hickman
Press agent: Lew Smith
Ted Husing: Ted Husing

: The News

Reader Kenneth Kendall and Weather

Contributors

Newsreader: Kenneth Kendall

: Match of the Day

David Coleman presents soccer action, personality interviews, and the latest from the football news desk. BBC outside broadcast cameras go to one of the Football League's leading clubs for the Match of the Day.
Also highlights of a second Football League match involving a prominent club in the South-East
Today's matches will be announced at the end of Grandstand

Contributors

Presenter: David Coleman
Commentator: Kenneth Wolstenholme
Television presentation: John McGonagle
Outside broadcast director/executive producer: Alec Weeks
Presented by: Jonathan Martin
Editor: Sam Leitch

: Movie-Makers: George Axelrod at the NFT

George Axelrod at the NFT talking to Leslie Hardcastle and members of the National Film Theatre, at a John Player Lecture, about his career as a screen writer, producer, director and introducing scenes from Bus Stop (1956)
'When I first went to Hollywood writers were regarded as the lowest form of human life ...'
Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)
'I wrote it originally for Marilyn Monroe as I wrote everything in those days...'
The Manchurian Candidate (1962)
'One of the few films that went from failure to classic without ever passing through success'
Lord Luv a Duck (1965)
'It's a picture about the teenage soul: I made it to get my own back on my kids...'
The Secret Life of an American Wife (1968)
'In order to spend three million dollars of somebody's money it requires a certain arrogance - simple and unaffected arrogance...'

Contributors

Interviewee: George Axelrod
Interviewer: Leslie Hardcastle
Producer: Tony Staveacre








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