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: Zarabanda

Spanish for beginners: 25

: Developments in Social Work

Family Session

: A Laugh a Day


: Weatherman

JACK SCOTT : weekend weather


Unknown: Jack Scott

: Cup Final Grandstand

direct from the Empire Stadium, Wembley with Frank Bough
David Coleman , Jimmy Hill
The 1974 FA Cup Final:
Liverpool v Newcastle United
BBC outside broadcast cameras bring you the whole of this great sporting occasion, with slow-motion replays of the game's outstanding moments, and analysis of the play and players by Don Revie , Manager of Leeds United; Bob Stokoe , Manager of Sunderland; Bobby Charlton , Manager of Preston North End.
11.15 Cup Final Morning
FRANK BOUGH introduces Grandstand from inside the Empire Stadium.
BARRY DAVIES and JOHN MOTSON talk to the players of Liverpool and Newcastle at their Cup Final Headquarters.
JIMMY HILL talks to the supporters on their way to Wembley, and introduces Grandstand's special guest, Mike Yarwood.
11.50 The Wembley Specialists
Action from the past Wembley FA Cup Finals in which today's clubs have played. Newcastle have won all their five finals, while Liverpool have played in three finals, and been the victors once.
12.10 The New Olga
A gymnastic display featuring NINA DRONOVA , the 17-year-old Russian girl who is being hailed as the new Olga Korbut , and who captivated the crowd in the recent
Champions All competition at Wembley...
Commentator ALAN WEEKS
12.25 The Cup Final Managers
Bill Shankly of Liverpool, and Joe Harvey of Newcastle, talking to DAVID COLEMAN.
Cup Final Knockout
The excitement of It's a Knockout as teams from the supporters' clubs of Liverpool and Newcastle meet in this special contest for Cup Final Day. Among the personalities joining in are present and past players, including Billy Liddell and Jackie Milburn , and celebrity supporter Ken Dodd. Introduced by EDDIE WARING and STUART HALL Referee ARTHUR ELLIS
1.20 Goal of the Season
England goalkeeper Peter Shilton helps to find the winner of the f300 of Premium Bonds in this popular annual competition.
Inside Wembley
All the Cup Final build-up, as the teams arrive at the Stadium to inspect the Wembley turf.
Action highlights of the Finalists' progress to Wembley The Cup Final teams
Action profiles of the men who will be playing in this afternoon's final.
2.0 Marching Display by the BAND OF THE ROYAL MARINES SCHOOL OF MUSIC under the direction of LT-COL
2.15 Cup Final Athletics
A field of international athletes, including world two-mile record holder BRENDAN FOSTER , competes over 3,000 metres around the Wembley pitch.
2.30 The Final Word
JIMMY HILL , DON REVIE , BOB STOKOE and BOBBY CHARLTON with analysis and comment before today's match.
2.40 Abide with Me
Bruce Forsyth leads the 100,000 crowd in the singing of the traditional Cup Final hymn.
2.50 Presentation of the Teams to
HRH The Princess Anne
The FA Cup Final
Liverpool v
Newcastle United
4.45 Presentation of the FA Cup and medals by HRH The Princess Anne
4.50 Meet the Winners
The players of the match talk to BARRY DAVIES , with action replays of the outstanding moments.
5.5 Final Score
Including news of the Scottish Cup Final at Hampden Park between Celtic and Dundee United
Television presentation: FA Cup Final ALEC WEEKS Cup Final Knockout: Director BILL TAYLOR
ProducerBARNEY COLEHAN Grandstand presented by BRIAN VENNER and RICHARD TILLING Grandstand editor ALAN HART
Cup Final Match of the Day: tonight at 10.5. Supermac v special K: p 4


Unknown: Frank Bough
Unknown: David Coleman
Unknown: Jimmy Hill
Unknown: Don Revie
Unknown: Bob Stokoe
Unknown: Bobby Charlton
Commentator: David Coleman
Introduces: Frank Bough
Unknown: Barry Davies
Unknown: John Motson
Talks: Jimmy Hill
Unknown: Mike Yarwood.
Unknown: Nina Dronova
Unknown: Olga Korbut
Commentator: Alan Weeks
Unknown: David Coleman.
Unknown: Billy Liddell
Unknown: Jackie Milburn
Unknown: Ken Dodd.
Introduced By: Eddie Waring
Introduced By: Stuart Hall
Unknown: Arthur Ellis
Unknown: Peter Shilton
Unknown: Paul Neville
Unknown: Brendan Foster
Commentators: David Coleman
Commentators: Ron Pickering
Unknown: Jimmy Hill
Unknown: Don Revie
Unknown: Bob Stokoe
Unknown: Bobby Charlton
Unknown: Bruce Forsyth
Unknown: Barry Davies
Unknown: Alec Weeks
Director: Bill Taylor
Producer: Barney Colehan
Presented By: Brian Venner
Presented By: Richard Tilling
Editor: Alan Hart

: Cartoon Time

DONALD DUCK in Hook Lion and Sinker and MICKEY MOUSE in Mr Mouse Takes a Trip

: News

Weatherman JACK SCOTT Today's Sport


Unknown: Jack Scott

: Dr Who: Planet of the Spiders: Part 1

starring Jon Pertwee
A six-part story by Robert Sloman
A Tibetan-style monastery in rural England; a stage magician with uncanny powers; an alien crystal ... these are the strands of the sinister web woven by the Metebelis Spiders.
A seemingly harmless piece of research soon involves the Doctor in the most dangerous adventure of his life.
The Dr Who Radio Times Special - 68 full colour, action-packed pages - is on sale now, price 30p, from newsagents


Writer: Robert Sloman
Incidental music by: Dudley Simpson
Script Editor: Terrance Dicks
Designer: Rochelle Selwyn
Director: Barry Letts
Mike Yates: Richard Franklin
Dr Who: Jon Pertwee
Brigadier Lethbridge Stewart: Nicholas Courtney
Lupton: John Dearth
Moss: Terence Lodge
Keaver: Andrew Staines
Barnes: Christopher Burgess
Land: Carl Forgione
Professor Herbert Clegg: Cyril Shaps
Cho-je: Kevin Lindsay
Sarah Jane Smith: Elisabeth Sladen
Tommy: John Kane
Sergeant Benton: John Levene

: Wonderful World of Disney: Treasure in the Haunted House

A spooky old deserted mansion after dark provides a test of courage for J.D. and Harley Mason, juvenile rivals for the favours of Willadean - but there are more surprises in store than they can possibly have imagined.
A WALT DISNEY production


Director: Byron Paul
Alfred: Ed Wynn
Harley Mason: Roger Mobley
J D: Michael McGreevey
Freddy Gray: Billy Mumy
Willadean Wills: Terry Burnham

: High Adventure: Saadia

Tonight's adventure film stars Cornel Wilde
Mel Ferrer , Rita Gam
A romantic adventure set in Morocco, where two men, one French, one Arab, unite to free Saadia - and her tribe - from the evils of superstition and black magic.
From the novel Echec au Destin by FRANCIS D'AUTHEVILLE
Producer and director ALBERT LEWIN This Week's Films: page 9


Unknown: Mel Ferrer
Unknown: Rita Gam
Unknown: Francis D'Autheville
Director: Albert Lewin
Si Lahssen: Cornel Wilde
Henrik: Mel Ferrer
Saadia: Rita Gam
Bou Rezza: Michel Simon
Khadir: Cyril Cusack
Fatima: Wanda Rotha
Moha: Marcel Poncin
Capt Sabert: Anthony Marlowe
Zoubida: Helene Vallier
Ahmed: Mahjoub Ben Brahim
Bandit leader: Jacques Dufilho
Lt Camuzac: Bernard Farrel

: Look - Mike Yarwood

starring Mike Yarwood
Written by eric DAVIDSON
Special guest star Cliff Richard
.Executive producer JOHN AMMONDS Producer JAMES MOIR
Out of the mouths ... page 5


Unknown: Mike Yarwood
Written By: Eric Davidson
Unknown: Cheryl Kennedy
Unknown: Cliff Richard
Director: Alan Braden
Unknown: Christine Rawlins
Unknown: Ann Ailes
Unknown: Peter Rose
Unknown: Robbie Robinson
Designer: Bernard Lloyd-Jones
Producer: John Ammonds
Producer: James Moir

: Cannon

A new series of the films starring William Conrad as private investigator Frank Cannon , a big man who walks alone in a dangerous world Nobody Beats the House
Pay up - or die. Toby, who was a compulsive gambler, has managed to stop. But the odds are still against him ...


Unknown: William Conrad
Unknown: Frank Cannon

: News

with Richard Baker ; Weather


Unknown: Richard Baker

: Cup Final Match of the Day

Introduced by Jimmy Hill from the London West End hotel where the winners of the 1974 Cup Final celebrate victory with their wives and friends.
Action highlights from this afternoon's clash of Liverpool, previous winners of the FA Cup in 1965, and Newcastle - who have six Cup wins to their credit. Commentator DAVID COLEMAN
JIMMY HILL analyses the key action from Wembley and talks to the BBC Cup Final experts: DON REVIE (Leeds United), BOB STOKOE (Sunderland) - last year's Cup Final managers - and BOBBY CHARLTON.
Wembley Cup Final TV presentation by ALEC WEEKS
Match of the Day presented by MARTIN HOPKINS and FRED VINER Editor SAM LEITCH


Introduced By: Jimmy Hill
Commentator: David Coleman
Unknown: Jimmy Hill
Unknown: Don Revie
Unknown: Bob Stokoe
Unknown: Bobby Charlton.
Presented By: Martin Hopkins
Unknown: Fred Viner
Editor: Sam Leitch

: That's Life

with Esther Rantzen
Reporters Kieran Prendiville and Glyn Worsnip
Oddities of the week: Cyril Fletcher
Song of the week: Stephanie de Sykes
Music by Tony Kinsey
Director Mike Catherwood
Editor Peter Chafer


Presenter: Esther Rantzen
Reporter: Kieran Prendiville
Reporter: Glyn Worsnip
Presenter: Cyril Fletcher
Singer: Stephanie de Sykes
Music By: Tony Kinsey
Director: Mike Catherwood
Editor: Peter Chafer

: Ella Fitzgerald's Other Show

Omnibus presents Ella Fitzgerald in performance at Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club. This second show confirms yet again all the superlatives which critics have lavished on her in recent weeks. with TOMMY FLANAGAN (piano) JOE PASS (guitar)
KEETER BETTS (double-bass)
Executive producer MIKE WOOLLER Producer ALAN YENTOB
(Ella Fitzgerald appears by arrangement with Norman Granz and Harold Davison )


Unknown: Ella Fitzgerald
Piano: Tommy Flanagan
Guitar: Bobby Durham
Double-Bass: Keeter Betts
Producer: Mike Wooller
Producer: Alan Yentob
Unknown: Ella Fitzgerald
Unknown: Norman Granz
Unknown: Harold Davison

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