This is a clash between two outstanding exponents of one-day cricket - Lancashire, last year's winners of the Gillette Cup and the John Player Sunday League meet Essex, this season's Sunday pace-setters.
CLIVE LLOYD, FAROOK ENGINEER, KEITH BOYCE. are just three of the overseas stars who will ensure an entertaining day's cricket. Introduced by PETER WEST Commentary JIM LAKER. TED DEXTER
Television presentation by David KENNING, JOHN SHREWBURY
Essex v Lancashire
Further coverage of today's match, and Mws of other third round matches.
Welsh Pop Show
(nrst shown on BBC Wates)
Weatherman GRAHAM PARKER
The Lawn Tennis
BBC outside broadcast cameras bring you all the highlights of the ninth days play direct from the All England Lawn Tennis Club, Wimbledon featuring
The Semi-Finals of the Ladtes' SxKgtes
The 1969 Wimbledon Ladies Champion, ANN JONES , previews the two top matches of the afternoon and summarises the action. Commentaries by DAN MASKELL JACK KRAMER , DAVID VINE
BILL KNIGHT and EMLYN JONES
In the Wimbledon studio HARRY CARPENTER with news and results
Television presentation by ALAN MOUNCER tUCHARD TtLUNG. BOB MNCAN. FRED V)NER CEW) GRIFFITHS and BRtAN VENNER Producer A. P. wiLKtNSON and Gillette Cup
Essex v Lancashire
Further coverage of today's match, and news of other third rouna matches.
Be very careful what you plant. Some things grow very large and very loud!
Part 3: Flying a helicopter is dimcult enough, but that is only the beginning of Vojta's troubles. Story told by GEORGE ROUBICEK presented by PEGGY MILLER
with Derrick Amoore (Editor, Television News) and John Craven.
When this series began many children wrote in with their ideas for a Search. The News came high on the list. How is it handled and presented? Is all the news in the news? Why is the television news sometimes different from that in newspapers?
Must the news make a good story?
Children from Bughouse Yorkshire, ask the Editor of Television News and John Craven, himself a reporter, some questions.
producer BAvm TURNBULL
The adventures of Hector the Dog, Zaza the Cat, not forgetting next-door-neighbour Mrs Kiki Frog.
followed by Regional Weather
(London only: Nationwide in Cotottf)
The Lawn Tennis
' HARRY CARPENTER intrOduces the Nnat transmission of the day direct from the All England Lawn Tennis Club. featuring the highlights of the Semi-Finals of the Ladies' Singles with expert comment by DAN MASKELL and JACK KRAMER
The exploits of a team of expert and daring undercover agents. Led by Peter Graves as Jim Phelps with
This week: Lover's Knot
The ploy is for Paris to only seem to succumb to the lovely lady in London but the team didn't allow for love.
Created by FRANCIS DURBRIDGE starring with Wtth Frtends Like You, Who Needs Enemies? by VICTOR CANNING
Sammy Carson is accused of murder ... with surprising results ...
Script editor MARTIN HALL Designer PETER KiNDRED
Producer DERRtCK SHERWIM
Director MICHAEL FERGUSON
Robert Robinson takes a look at
King George VI dies and Princess Elizabeth becomes Queen Elizabeth II; the nation pays its last respects to the King as he lies in state at Westminster Hall.
Director WILL WYATT
Producer ;AtN joHNSTONt
Presented this week by Robert Dougall with the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world
David Frost talks to Sir John Gielgud, Sir Ralph Richardson
Sir Ralph and Sir John talk about their careers in the theatre and in films, interspersed with various anecdotes about themselves and other actors.
The programme was recorded in New York during the successful Broadway run of Home.
FROST: 'Can you remember your first line?'
SIR JOHN: 'I came on in Henry V and said, "Here are the numbers of the slaughtered French." That was my whole part.'
SIR RALPH: 'I carried on candle-sticks in The Burgomaster of Stilemonde. I put them down and said, " My Lord, the candle-sticks." It must have been all right because they kept me on.'
Produced for Westinghouse by:
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A daily look at what matters in the news and out of it
Presented all this week by Ludovic Kennedy with the latest news in pictures and with on-the-spot reports by BERNARD FALK , MAX HASTINGS JAMES HOGG , DAVID LOMAX
TOM MANGOLD , BARRIE PENROSE and DAVID TAYLOR with special contributions from KEITH KYLE and ROBERT MCKENZIE
Producer of the week JOHN DEKKER Editor ANTHONY SMITH
A man's ideas caught by the film camera
Stan Crooke from St Kitts, railway signalman
The fourth of five conversations with working people about their lives, jobs and beliefs.
Producer PHILIP DONNELLAN Director SARAH BOSTON (from Birmingham)
Tracking the Stars
A telescope must be moved continuously to follow the stars.
Patrick Moore uses his own telescopes to show how this is achieved, and visits the observatories of Henry Brinton and Cmdr Henry Hatfield, RN.
Director PATRICIA WOOD
Producer PATRICIA OWTRAM
A film series introduced by Bernard Venables This week: Trout
HERBERT NORMINGTON wet fly-fishing on the River Wharfe in Yorkshire in May.
Producer MAX MUNDEN
(all except London and Wales)