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: One-day Cricket

England v New Zealand (for the Prudential Trophy) from
St Helen's Swansea.
The first of two 55-over matches for prize money of £2,500. Introduced by PETER WEST Commentators
RICHIE BENAUD , JIM LAKER
Television presentation by DAVID KENNING , JOHN SHREWSBURI

Contributors

Introduced By: Peter West
Unknown: Richie Benaud
Presentation By: David Kenning
Presentation By: John Shrewsburi

: News

Weatherman KEITH BEST

: One-day Cricket

England v New Zealand from St Helen's, Swansea
Further coverage of the first match

: Play School

Story: Lord of the Mice by EUAN COOPER-WILLIS
Illustrated by FAITH JAQUES Presenters
SARAH LONG , FRED HARRIS

Contributors

Illustrated By: Faith Jaques
Unknown: Sarah Long
Unknown: Fred Harris

: Jackanory

with Ann Bell
When Marnie was There by JOAN G. ROBINSON
3: Look out for me again

Contributors

Unknown: Ann Bell
Unknown: Joan G. Robinson

: Dr Dolittle

The Silver Seals at the Circus

: We Are the Champions

Introduced by Ron Pickering
This week's guest Olympic judo silver medallist David Starbrook The second semi-final
GLYNDWR HIGH SCHOOL, Rhyl, and DENBIGH HIGH SCHOOL, Luton.
Producer ALAN RUSSELL

Contributors

Introduced By: Ron Pickering
Unknown: David Starbrook
Producer: Alan Russell

: National News

with Richard Baker ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Baker

: Nationwide

bringing you news and views
(including Regional Weather) Presented by MICHAEL BARRATT FRANK BOUGH and BOB WELLINGS
(Regional details as Monday)

Contributors

Presented By: Michael Barratt
Presented By: Frank Bough
Presented By: Bob Wellings

: Transworld Top Team

UNITED KINGDOM V AUSTRALIA with Geoffrey Wheeler (UK) and Andrew Harwood (Australia) Teams from Elgin and Derby join with a team at school in Hong Kong to represent the United Kingdom in a series of nine matches to be played against three top teams from Australia.
Questions set by BOSWELL TAYLOR Director PETER MASSEY
Producers BILL WRIGHT , JOHN COLLINS (A BBC TV/Australia co-production)

Contributors

Unknown: Geoffrey Wheeler
Unknown: Andrew Harwood
Unknown: Boswell Taylor
Director: Peter Massey
Producers: Bill Wright
Producers: John Collins

: Private Lives

Narrated by JEFFERY BOSWALL The Private Life of the Atlantic Grey Seal
The life-style of Britain's largest wild animal is filmed for the first time in intimate detail. The grey seal spends ten months at sea, where it can dive to 400 feet and stay submerged for 20 minutes. Then, during two fast-moving months ashore, the cows give birth, wean their young quickly, mate and put to sea again.
But the grey seal also has a public life: human fishermen complain about seal fishermen. What are the facts? And what are the pros and cons of last year's decision to kill two thousand Fame Island seals - taken, it is argued, in the interests of the animals themselves?
Directed and filmed by MAURlCE TIBBLES Producer JEFFERY BOSWALL (from Bristol) Shooting the seals - with gun and camera: pp 6-7. Book: 11.75: page 58

Contributors

Unknown: Jeffery Boswall
Producer: Jeffery Boswall

: Music My Way

starring Dusty Springfield
The first in a series of eight shows starring singers from Britain and the Continent.
Tonight DUSTY SPRINGFIELD gives a concert performance featuring some of her biggest hits.
Musical direction JOHNNY PEARSON Lighting CLIVE THOMAS
Sound MICHAEL MCCARTHY Designer PAUL ALLEN
Producer COLIN CHARMAN

Contributors

Unknown: Johnny Pearson
Unknown: Clive Thomas
Unknown: Sound Michael McCarthy
Designer: Paul Allen
Producer: Colin Charman

: Sutherland's Law

The Ship by JOHN WILES starring lain
Cuthbertson Gareth Thomas , Maev Alexander and Don McKillop
A valuable pendant is the first link in a chain which takes Sutherland all around the world to end where he started.
Devised by LINDSAY GALLOWAY
Script editor GRAHAM WILLIAMS Designer DAVID MCKENZIE Producer NEIL MCCALLUM
Director BRIAN FARNHAM. BBC Scotland

Contributors

Unknown: John Wiles
Unknown: Cuthbertson Gareth Thomas
Unknown: Maev Alexander
Unknown: Don McKillop
Unknown: Lindsay Galloway
Editor: Graham Williams
Designer: David McKenzie
Producer: Neil McCallum
Director: Brian Farnham.
Man: Jemil Mohammed
Chester: Leonard Maguire
Sheriff Durwood: Moultrie Kelsall
John Sutherland: Lain Cuthbertson
Christine Russell: Maev Alexander
Alec Duthie: Gareth Thomas
Constable Merengie: Jack McKenzie
Stevie Sampson: Brian Pettifer
Inspector Menzies: Victor Carin
Samuel Mowat: James Copeland
Captain Keith: Harry Walker
Sergeant McKechnie: Don McKillop
Beth Sampson: Isobel Gardner
Seaweed gatherer: John Morton
Farmer: Hugh Boyle

: Today's the Day

Barry Norman takes a light-hearted look back at events, anniversaries, high days and holidays exactly a year or years ago today.
Presented by FRANCES WHITAKER

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Norman
Presented By: Frances Whitaker

: Nine O'Clock News

with Richard Baker and Richard Whitmore Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Baker
Unknown: Richard Whitmore

: The Duchess of Malfi

by JOHN WEBSTER
A Play of the Month presentation starring
Webster's blood-and-thunder tragedy which draws a terrifying picture of the corruption, jealousy, intrigue, and revenge which conspire to destroy an innocent woman.
The play was recorded at
Chastleton House, Oxfordshire
Costumes designed bv JOHN BLOOMFIELD Producer CEDRic MESSINA
Director JAMES MACTAGGART
Eileen Atkins 's Choice: page 5

Contributors

Unknown: John Webster
Producer: Cedric Messina
Director: James MacTaggart
Unknown: Eileen Atkins
The Duchess of Malfi: Eileen Atkins
Daniel de Bosola: Michael Bryant
Duke Ferdinand: Charles Kay
The Cardinal: T P McKenna
Antonio Bologna: Gary Bond
Cariola: Sheila Ballantine
DeliO: Jerome Willis
Julia: Jean Gilpin
Marquis of Pescara: Michael Godfrey
Count Malateste: Douglas Milvain
Doctor: Robert James
Roderigo: Roy Evans
Castruchio: Michael Lynch
First Malfi servant: Jack Galloway
Second Malfi servant: Dallas Cavell
Ferdinand's servant: Cyril Appleton
Cardinal's servant: Peter Spraggon
Executioner: Ken Halliwell
First madman: Talfryn Thomas
Second madman: Tim Curry
Third madman: Richard Pescud
Fourth madman: Nick Brimble
Antonio's children: Paul Searle
Antonio's children: Anna Winton
Antonio's children: Donna Fowler

: Late Night News

: Ways of Seeing

Another chance to see the four programmes with writer and critic John Berger - voted the best specialised series of 1972 by the Society of Film and Television Arts.
In the first programme John Berger discusses how modern means of reproduction have changed the ways in which we see the art of the past.
Book, 60p: page 58

Contributors

Presenter: John Berger
Film Editor: David Gladwell
Producer: Michael Dibb








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