The Lawn Tennis Championships featuring the best of the Centre Court and No 1 Court matches direct from the All England Club. Introduced from the Wimbledon studio by HARRY CARPENTER with news, summaries and a preview of the quarter-final matches in the Men's Singles Championship. Expert Centre Court summaries and opinions from
DAN MASKELL. JACK KRAMER
With commentaries from No 1 Court by PETER WEST , BILL KNIGHT and JOHN MOTSON
Television presentation by RICHARD TILLING. ALAN MOUNCER BOB DUNCAN , FRED VINER
JOHNNIE WATHERSTON , MARTIN HOPKINS and BRIAN VENNER
Producer A. p. WILKINSON
Film Competition 1973 presented by John Craven
Tony Rose, editor of Moviemaker
Monica Sims, Head of Children's Programmes BBC Television
Jeffery Boswall, wildlife film-maker
Today's programme, the first of two, shows the best animation and documentary films entered in this year's film competition for under-16s, and the judges select the winners.
Producer DAVID TURNBULL (from Bristol)
The first in a new season of feature films from British studios stars
Nicole Berger , Kieron Moore Peter Wyngarde
At the turn of the century a series of anarchist outrages in London is the beginning of a relentless battle by the police to preserve law and order. This dramatic reconstruction of the events which led up to a pitched battle in London's Sidney Street in January 1911 stars
Donald Sinden as the police inspector whose undercover investigations exposed the activities of the revolutionary group -led by the mysterious Peter the Painter.
Screenplay by JIMMY SANGSTER and ALEXANDER BARON
Produced, directed and photographed by ROBERT S. BAKER and MONTY BERMAN This Week's Films: page 9
What do you expect from three years' higher education?
July is the month of the year when expectation runs high in schools, universities and poly-technics. Have you passed your A-levels - have you got your degree? And if you have is it worth going on to some form of higher education-and if you did get your degree what's it worth?
With a quarter of a million students studying for degrees the question of what they expect from higher education becomes important, not only to them but also to their parents and prospective employers.
Tonight's programme reflects our changing attitudes towards the value of a degree. Bernard Hollo way, Chief Careers Officer for Manchester University, examines the realities of the job market and the changing expectations of the graduates. 'We can say' says HOLLOWAY, that graduates are no longer very special people -if ever they were.' Jobs done by people with school certificates 30 years ago are going to be done in future by graduates.
Narrator Frank Gillard
BERNARD HOLLOWAY , MARGARET KORVING Producer RAMSAY SHORT
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