Told by Ray Brooks.
Story and illustration:
The Lawn Tennis Championships
BBC outside broadcast cameras bring you all the highlights of the ninth day's play direct from the All England Lawn Tennis Club, Wimbledon
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 , PETER WEST
BILL KNIGHT and DAVID VINE In the Wimbledon studio
HARRY CARPENTER with news and results
Television presentation by ALAN MOUNCER , RICHARD TILLING BOB DUNCAN , FRED VINER
DEWI GRIFFITHS and BRIAN VENNBB Producer A. p. WILKINSON
English version written and told by Eric Thompson.
with Roy Castle
Table tennis is one of Roy's favourite games and today he gets advice on improving it from Britain's No 1 player, Dennis Neale.
Director DOUGLAS HESPE
Producer MICHAEL GRAFTON-ROBINSON
by LOUISA M. ALCOTT dramatised in nine parts from Little Women and Good Wives by DENIS CONSTANDUROS and ALISTAIR BELL
Jo has met Laurie, the boy from next door, and learned of his troubles. Meg -has been impressed by John Brooke 's gallantry and good manners.
Designer STUART WALKER Producer JOHN MCRAE
Director PADDY RUSSELL 1
followed by Regional Weather
(London only: Nationwide in Colour)
The Lawn Tennis Championships
HARRY CARPENTER introduces the final transmission of the day
(Match of the Day: BBC2, 10.35 pm)
Some earlier adventures of the Star-Ship Enterprise on its mission-to explore strange new worlds.
The end of human existence seems in sight when the Andromedan invaders effortlessly take over the USS Enterprise and calmly declare their intention.
Masters of metabolism, the many limbed monsters of overwhelming power fortunately assume the frailty of human form to achieve their aims.
starring Marius Goring with Ann Morrish and Victor Winding Michael Farnsworth Valerie Murray in A Clear and Easy Duty by JOHN GOULD Guest stars:
Brian Blessed, Faith
Brook William Lucas , Daniel Moynihan
Hardy and Fleming are faced with the kidnapping of the son of wealthy parents-not so unusual for them, but strange and unfortunate for Jo when she becomes involved.
Series devised by GERARD GLAISTER and N. J. CRISF Script editor GEOFFREY TETLOW Designer TIMHARVEY
Producer GERARD GLAISTER
Director PRUDENCE FITZGERALD
Chief Supt Eyre:
with Robert Dougall; Weather
Part 2 in the eight-part series Grand Strategy of World War II
Presented by Michael Howard
Mid-1940. Germany has conquered most of Western Europe. Now, before he attacks Russia, Hitler must force Britain out of the war. He offers peace. Britain rejects the offer. So now Hitler prepares to invade, to cut off London from the rest of the country but before his Blitzkrieg can cross the Channel the RAF must be destroyed.
Italy's dictator decides to share the spoils of victory and attacks in the Mediterranean. He bungles the operation and German troops badly needed elsewhere are sent to save II Duce's face.
Tonight MICHAEL HOWARD looks at the development of the opposing air forces, and the decisions facing both Hitler and Churchill at this vital stage of the war. He also introduces film on the Battle of Britain and the war in the Mediterranean.
Director ALEX SAWARD Producer PETER HILL
Executive producer RONNIE NOBLE
In this weekly magazine Kenneth Allsop, helped by Anthony Smith and Gillian Reynolds, looks at some of the things which affect all of us all of the time.
(Radio Times People: page 4)
Presented tonight by Austin Mitchell
followed by Regional News and Weather, Closedown