The Lawn Tennis Championships featuring the best of the Centre Court and No 1 Court matches direct from the All England Club. Introduced from the Wimbledon studio by HARRY CARPENTER with news, summaries and a preview of the quarter-final matches in the Men's Singles Championship. Commentators DAN MASKELL
BILL KNIGHT, PETER WEST
BILL THRELFALL , ANN JONES and JOHN BARRETT
Television presentation by RICHARD TILLING. ALAN MOUNCER BOB DUNCAN , FRED VINER
JOHNNIE WATHERSTON , ROY NORTON and JEFF GOUDARD
Producer A. p. WILKINSON
A weekly series introduced by Johnny Morris The World of Animals
In the wild, in the zoo, at home: a magazine of stories about animals constantly illustrating their own kind of magic.
Directors GEORGE INGER , ROBIN HELLIER Producer DOUGLAS THOMAS (Bristol)
Introduced by Ron Pickering and this week's guest Bob Wilson
The Final in this inter-school sporting series from the new Leisure Centre in Rotherham with the four heat winners:
Stonehill High School, Leicestershire; Ebbw Vale Grammar School, Monmouthshire; Glenrothes High School, Fife; and Redbrook School, Lancashire.
The Lawn Tennis Championships
Harry Carpenter reviews the highlights, news and results direct from the All England Club on the eighth day's play.
The 1974 World Cup
David Coleman , Frank Bough and Jimmy Hill with the latest news from West Germany on the eve of the Second Round matches which will decide who plays in Sunday's World Cup Final.
Bob Wilson introduces his special action profile on one of tomorrow's star players.
Producers A. p.
WILKINSON BRIAN VENNER and JONATHAN MARTIN Editor ALAN HART
0 The RADIO TIMES World Cup Special, your 80-page guide to the 16 finalists, is available from newsagents, 3Op.
A film starring
Christopher George Laraine Stephens with J. D. Cannon , Gary Marshall
The exciting story of -the biggest airborne armada of World War II - 1,000 bombers on a secret mission to destroy an aeroplane works deep in Germany. Col Greg Brandon , US Air Force, is detailed to lead the raid but soon has misgivings about the likely success of the mission.
Based on the book by RALPH BARKER Producer LEWIS J. RACHMIL Director boris SAGAL
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Col Greg Brandon:
WAC Lt Gabrielle Ames:
General Cotten Palmer:
RAF Wing Cmdr Trafton Howard:
British Group Cmdr Leslie Hard:
In 1968 three mentally ill children began a course of therapeutic treatment with the psychologist Irene Kassorla. Film cameras followed their improvement over six months and the results were shown in a documentary on 24 October 1968.
The main sequences from this film are shown in tonight's programme. But for the children, the crucial question remains: was the improvement and the promise of the treatment sustained? The second part of the documentary looks at the work of Irene Kassorla today, at the children's families five years on - and at the prospects for the children in the life ahead of them.
Narrators CHRISTOPHER CHATAWAY
Written and produced by ROBERT rim
(London only: see Variations)
Jacky Gillott reviews the new films, including Huckleberry Finn , Bird on a Wire about the poet and songwriter Leonard Cohen , and the cartoon satire Nine lives of Fritz the Cat, with comments by producer Steve Krantz.
Producer DON RENNETTI
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