England v Pakistan Final day
The whole of the morning's play direct from Headingley
Introduced by PETER WEST
Commentators RICHIE BENAUD
JIM LAKER , TED DEXTER
Television presentation by DAVID KENNING and JOHN SHREWSBURY
England v Pakistan Further coverage of the last day's play from Headingley
Introduced by PETER WEST
3.10 Spillers' Stewards Cup (Handicap: 6 f)
3.40 The Warren Stakes dim)
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN and JOHN HANMER
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
Television presentation by DENNIS MONGER
Introduced by Roy Castle with Ross and Norris McWhirter who discover the fastest - slowest - strongest - highest - toughest - anyone or anything that claims to be a record breaker.
This week's special guest
John Fairfax , the first man to row across the Atlantic single-handed.
Designer DAVID JONES
Producer ALAN RUSSELL
Look North, South Today
Look East, Midlands Today Points West and Spotlight South West bringing you news and views in your region tonight
(including Regional Weather) Presented by MICHAEL BARRATT FRANK BOUGH , BOB WELLINGS and SUE LAWLEY
(Regional details as Monday)
In the chair Eleanor Summerfield This week with Esther Rantzen and Tony Britton An addict's game - for punsters and crossworders.
Devised by MARK GOOD SON/BILL MTODMAN Director GEOFF WILSON
Producer CECIL KORER
The Legacy of Spencer Flats starring
Doug McClure as Trampas
Trampas stumbles out of a sand-storm into the fantasy of a ghost town and a crazy situation which he would have found funny if it were not so serious - for him.
Written by ROY CLARKE starring
Compo has never been to church but, when Blamire and Clegg drag him into one, the reactions are not what they expect.
Music composed and conducted by RONNIE HAZLEHURST
Designer ANDY DIMOND
Producer JAMES GILBERT .
1945 was a crucial year for Britain and the World.
The war ended but left behind difficulties and problems without parallel. Central Europe was in ruins, peopled by a generation of displaced persons; Britain was tired, ready for change, political and social; the Iron Curtain was ready to be lowered. Civil war was starting in Greece. While on the sidelines Russia and America were ready to take advantage of every opportunity that might be offered.
Yet it was a year of hope. An election and a chance to change Britain. The return to civilian enjoyments: Ascot, motor car racing, sport, the first time for five years without the threat of bombs. Entertainment by big established stars like Bing Crosby and Bob Hope; the discovery of new ones like Frank Sinatra.
All these events are reflected by library film of the time.
Written and spoken by WILLIAM HARDCASTLE
Dubbing mixer DAVE simpson
Film editor RON FREEMAN
Producer THERESE DENNY
Frank Sinatra is the subject of Celebration: Wednesday at 7.30 pm R4.
The good old days of 1945: page 5
'If I were about to retire I wouldn' make an announcement to that effect, I would just quietly go away....'
Gregory Peck talks about his future as an actor/producer and about his Hollywood career in such films as Roman Holiday and The Gunfighter.
Barry Norman reviews the new films including For Pete's Sake starring Barbra Streisand.
Producer PATRICIA INGRAM
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