England v New Zealand (for the Prudential Trophy)
The second 55-over match for prize money of £2,500.
Introduced by PETER WEST Commentators
RICHIE BENAUD , JIM LAKER
Television presentation by DAVID KENNING , JOHN SHREWSBURY
Weatherman GRAHAM PARKER
The July International from the All England
The second day of this important meeting continues with The Wills Parcours de Chasse International Speed Competition and The Wills Embassy Stakes, a Hickstead progressive Fault and Out competition for total prize money of £600. Commentary team
DORIAN WILLIAMS , MICHAEL CLAYTON RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD
FRED VINER , JOHN PHILIPS
Produced for TV by ALAN MOUNCER
England v New Zealand from Old Trafford
Further coverage of this match for the Prudential Trophy
with Ann Bell
When Marnie was There by JOAN G. ROBINSON 5: The Book
Photographer JIMMY MATTHEWS-JOYCE Adapted by JOHN PROWSE Producer DAPHNE JONES
Executive producer ANNA HOME
with Kenneth Kendall.
Your Region Tonight
(including Regional Weather)
Baroness White, Deputy Chairman of the Metrication Board, answers viewers' questions. Presented by FRANK BOUGH and VALERIE SINGLETON
(Regional details as Monday)
Introduced by Tony Blackburn TOP OF THE POPS ORCHESTRA
Musical director JOHNNY PEARSON PAN'S PEOPLE
Choreography FLICK COLBY Sound RICHARD CHAMBERLAIN Producer JOHNNIE STEWART
Special visors are issued for the arrival of the Mendusean ambassador, representative of a race beautiful of thought but so hideous of aspect that humans are driven mad by the sight of them.
Old-Time Music-Hall from the stage of the famous City Varieties Theatre, Leeds.
(by arrangement with Stanley and Michael Joseph )
For your delectation and delight, your Chairman the dashingly debonair Leonard Sachs introduces
Wilfred Pickles Lome Lesley Hugh Paddick
Joan Sterndale Bennett Doreen Hermitage Stella Moray
Producer BARNEY COLEHAN (from Manchester)
with Kenneth Kendall and Peter Woods.
Written by ELWYN JONES and JOHN LLOYD
A documentary investigation, in six episodes, into the facts of the Whitechapel Murders of 1888-conducted by television's two best-known investigators, Det-Chief Supt Barlow and Det-Chief Supt Watt with Stratford Johns as Barlow Frank Windsor as Watt Episode 2: Double Event
Victims three and four are found - and Barlow seeks suspects.
Costume REG SAMUEL Make-up ANN AILES Lighting ERIC MONK Designer MOIRA TAIT
Producers PAUL BONNER , LEONARD LEWIS Director GILCHRIST CALDER
An investigation into the rise and fall of the group of young people who decided to declare their own kind of war on society. What were the Angry Brigade; who was behind them; how did the police finally manage to track them down? To get some of the answers Gordon Carr talked to revolutionary anarchists here and abroad, to security chiefs, and to the police who had the job of finding evidence to bring them to justice.
Film cameraman PETER MATTHEWS Sound recordist BILL NORMAN Film editor JOHN BRIGDEN
Written and produced by GORDON CARR
Christie, the quiet anarchist: page 12
Highlights of the second competition for the Men's European Championship.
This class was contested this afternoon in the impressive International Arena at Hickstead.
Dick Powell , Ellen Drew
Jimmy hopes to make his fortune in a slogan contest and, when practical jokers pretend he has won, Jimmy and his girlfriend go on a spending spree.
Written and directed by PRESTON STURGES This Week's Films: page 9