Looby Loo has a Cold
and the Flying Machine 3: The Birds
Tony Soper examines sea anemones and other soft-bodied animals.
Book 12.30: see page 58
Finals of the 1973 National Surf Life-Saving Championships at Aberavon, Glamorgan
Young men and women from surf clubs around the shores of Britain, dedicated to the saving of lives on holiday beaches, demonstrate their skill, techniques and physical fitness by competing in organised races while battling with the heavy surf which rolls in from the Atlantic at this point on the South Wales coast. Commentary by BRIAN HOEY and CHARLES THOMSON
Producer dewi Griffiths
Mercy dash bid.' ': page 12
Fourth day: coverage up to the lunch interval direct from Lord's
Introduced by Frank Bough
2.10; 3.5; 3.55; 4.30*
Cricket: Third Test
Fourth day: coverage of the afternoon's play direct from Lord's
PETER WEST, RICHIE BENAUD JIM LAKER , TED DEXTER
2.35; 3.5; 3.55; 4.30*
International Athletics from Crystal Palace
Great Britain v Hungary
The second day of this important international meeting. This afternoon's events include the 10,000 metres, Men's 800 metres and a special 2 Miles Invitation race. - Organised by the BAAB in association with Kraft Foods Commentators RON PICKERING and HARRY CARPENTER
1.50; 2.20; 2.50*
Racing from Ripon
2.0 Stainley Nursery Handicap Stakes (5 furlongs)
2.30 Mallorie Handicap Stakes (6 furlongs)
3.0 Ripon Rowels Handicap Stakes (Old Mile)
Commentators JULIAN WILSON and CLIVE GRAHAM
Motor Racing from Brands Hatch
The Rothmans Formula 5000 Race A strong international field competes over 65 laps for points in the 1973 Formula 5000 European Championship.
Commentator MURRAY WALKER
World Cup Hockey from Holland
England v Pakistan
Highlights of England's meeting with the World Cup holders, Pakistan, in the opening stages of the World Hockey Cup being held in Amsterdam.
Commentator PETER WEST
Sport for 411
Skill, strength and speed in a new international competition in which teams from the North of England, the South of England, Scotland and Wales compete in a variety of sports for the Tartan Shield.
Commentators DAVID VINE and TONY GUBBA
5.50* Final Score
Including cricket scoreboard and late racing results.
Timetable: 1.40 Hockey; 1.50 Racing
2.10 Cricket; 2.20 Racing
2.35 Athletics; 2.50 Racing
3.5 Cricket/Athletics; 3.45 Motor Racing
3.55 Cricket/Athletics: 4.15 Motor Racing
5.10 Sport for All; 5.50 Final Score
Timings are subject to alteration in order to keep up to date with events.
Cricket DAVID KENNING , JOHN SHREWSBURY Athletics ALAN MOUNCER Racing RAY LAKELAND
Motor Racing RICHARD TILLING
Hockey DUTCH TELEVISION SERVICE
Sport for All BILL TAYLOR , PAUL LANG
Grandstand producer FRED VINER
Grandstand edited by JONATHAN MARTIN
with Kenneth Kendall Weather
In this 50th anniversary year of Walt Disney films we hear again some of the songs and music which have been made famous by these films.
Introduced by Stanley Holloway
Films by courtesy of WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS
Presented by RICHARD EVANS
Tonight's Bank Holiday film stars Harry H. Corbett
Kenneth Williams , Jim Dale
Charles Hawtrey , Fenella Fielding Joan Sims , Angela Douglas
The Carry On team's venture into the realms of vampires, mummies and monsters.
Director GERALD THOMAS
A right carry-on by Charles + Joan: pages 8 and 9; This Week's Films: pane 9
Liberace has been 'on the road' for a quarter of a century, but he still performs for 51 weeks of the year, with a short break at Christmas. His records are more popular than those of every, other comparable artist - his Lps alone have already sold over 80 million copies - and his concerts are invariably a sell-out. He boasts that he plays to a million people each year - in person.
This programme is a first-time-ever glimpse into the private life of this legendary figure - his three homes, his nine cars, his priceless piano collection, his brother George, his sister Angle, and his 80-year-old mother; the man who was delighted when a reviewer once wrote that ' Liberace is no Rubinstein, but neither is Rubinstein a Liberace.'
Edited by LUKE JEANS
Producers SHERIDAN DUFFERIN , TOM RICHTER Director tony PALMER
Lighting-up time in Vegast: pp 6, 7
with Kenneth Kendall and Peter Woods ; Weather
by DAVID ROOK and JOHN KING with Peter Arne
A black arab stallion escapes on Dartmoor and ' runs wild.' It steals mares from a pony trader who lives there. The story tells, without words, of the man's efforts to capture it.
Roundup Rider PAUL DOUGLAS The Stallion MORFAX
Director jobn KING (from Bristol)
from the Esplanade of Edinburgh Castle opened by the Mounted Fanfare Trumpeters of THE ROYAL SCOTS DRAGOON GUARDS
Massed Pipes and Drums from
THE ROYAL SCOTS DRAGOON GUARDS
THE ROYAL SCOTS
THE ROYAL HIGHLAND FUSILIERS
THE KINGS OWN SCOTTISH BORDERERS THE QUEEN'S OWN HIGHLANDERS THE GORDON HIGHLANDERS
THE ARGYLL AND SUTHERLAND
HIGHLANDERS and Pipes and Drums from the SCOTS COLLEGE, Sydney, Australia
THE ROYAL NAVY present the Interception and Boarding of a Junk running arms in the Far East
The Massed Bands of THE ROYAL SCOTS DRAGOON GUARDS
THE CORPS OF ROYAL ENGINEERS,
THE ROYAL SCOTS
THE ROYAL HIGHLAND FUSILIERS THE QUEEN'S OWN HIGHLANDERS THE ARGYLL AND SUTHERLAND
A display of silent precision bayonet drill by the Drill Team of the CADET FORCE OF RUTGERS UNIVER
Highland and Country Dancing Dancers from the WRAC and THE SCOTTISH REGIMENTS
The Grand Finale with The Evening Hymn and Last Post Lights Out and The Lone Piper
Director of Music
CAPTAIN R. A. RIDINGS , ARCM, RE
BAND OF THE CORPS OF ROYAL ENGINEERS. CHATHAM
The Edinburgh Military Tattoo presented by HQ SCOTLAND (ARMY) and produced by BRIGADIER JOHN S. SANDERSON , DSO, OBE Commentary for television by TOM FLEMING
Producer for television CHARLES CLIFFORD
Captain R. A.