by John Grant
with John Grant
(Next week: "When Marnie Was There" with Ann Bell)
The 1973 Open Championship
Played over The Old Course, Troon.
The original field of 154 competitors is today reduced to 80 and those tying for 80th place after the previous 36 holes. With a prize list which even guarantees £1,000 to the player finishing as low as 15th, the competitive tussle amongst world golf's superstars begins in earnest in this third crucial round. It was in this round last year that the eventual winner, Lee Trevino , playing with Britain's own Tony Jacklin , electrified the golfing world with his incredible run of five straight ' birdies ' from the 14th hole that gave him the foundation of his winning score.
Commentary team HENRY LONGHURST
PETER ALLISS , HARRY CARPENTER
MARK MCCORMACK , PETER THOMSON
Directors ALAN MOUNCER FRED VINER , JOHN PHILIPS
Executive producer A. p. WILKINSON
It's a smile a stroke on the fairway: pages 6-7
The 1973 Open Championship
From Troon the BBC golf team bring you the news and action
with Richard Baker; Weather
News and views in your region (including Regional Weather)
Presented by Michael Barratt, Frank Bough and Bob Wellings
(Regional details as Monday)
Introduced by Kenny Everett
Top of the Pops Orchestra
Top of the Pops
Mr Spock had never been known to lose his head but he could hardly be blamed for what happened when the mysterious intruder struck terror in the minds of the men of the USS Enterprise.
Highlights from this year's international show featuring: From Great Britain
Charlie Cairoli and Company
Mischief, laughter and slapstick From Germany
Dogsi's Football Dogs
From Mexico The Aerial Rodriguez Split-second timing high above the ring
From Germany Bartschelly One man, 27 spinning plates
From Great Britain Brian Andro Comedy and skills on a tight rope From Spain The Trio Elios
Graceful feats of strength set in the glittering golden water finale With THE TOWER CIRCUSETTES Ringmasters
NORMAN BARRETT and HAROLD HOLT
The Tower Circus directed by BERNARD CRABTREE and produced by DAN COLLINS
Television presentation by NICK HUNTER (from Manchester)
Football's doggy days: pages 8-
with Richard Baker and Peter Woods; Weather
Written by Elwyn Jones and John Lloyd
A documentary investigation, in six episodes, into the facts of the Whitechapel Murders of 1888 - conducted by TV's two best-known investigators, Det-Chief Supt Barlow and Det-Chief Supt Watt.
with Stratford Johns as Barlow Frank Windsor as Watt
Barlow and Watt, as TV detectives of today, sift evidence from yesterday - dramatised from contemporary documents and newspapers and newly discovered material.
('...nice and sharp': page 48)
Det-Chief Supt Barlow:
Det-Chief Supt Watt:
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Whoever Robin Day 's guests are tonight, you can rely on the Talk-In to produce challenging and critical argument on an important topic of today.
Producer CHRISTOPHER CAPRON Editor GORDON WATTS
One of Hollywood's top comedy directors, John L. Sullivan , decides to inject some realism into his work and tries to live the life of a tramp. His first efforts meet with hilarious failure but later events take a more serious turn.
Produced at the peak of Preston Sturges 's brilliant career it is considered by many to be his best picture - a bitter sweet combination of comedy and satire.
Written and directed by PRESTON STl 'RGES
This Week's Films: page 9
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