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: Mary, Mungo and Midge: At the Fairground

Contributors

Pictures, animation and production: John Ryan

: The Mole

A cartoon from Czechoslovakia

: Banana Splits

Comedy, adventure, cartoons starring Fleegle, Drooper, Bingo and Snorky of the Banana Splits Club,

: Weatherman

BARBARA EDWARDS

Contributors

Unknown: Barbara Edwards

: International Golf

The Penfold PGA Championship
The final day of the richest PGA event in Europe, with prize money of over £50,000 at stake
Producers
RICHARD TILLING and FRED VINER Editor A. P. WILKINSON

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Tilling
Unknown: Fred Viner
Editor: A. P. Wilkinson

: Holiday Grandstand

Introduced by Frank Bough
1.10; 2.40; 3.40; 4.35 Athletics from Crystal Palace
Inter-Regional Championships
The opening competition of the outdoor season which features many of Britain's top athletes who will be anxious to impress the selectors for the important matches later in the year - the Europa Cup and the major Internationals against USSR and East Germany.
Organised by the CAU in association with Kraft Foods Ltd.
Commentators RON PICKERING and STUART STOREY
1.25; 3.15; 3.40; 4.35
International Golf from Royal St George's Golf Club, Sandwich
The Penfold PGA Championship
The climax of this stroke-play event, in which leading home golfers, headed by PETER OOSTER huis, challenge a strong entry from overseas including ARNOLD PALMER and GENE LITTLER , for a record first prize of £10,000.
Commentators HARRY CARPENTER
HENRY LONGHURST , PETER ALLISS and MARK MCCORMACK
1.50; 2.25; 3.0
Racing from Chepstow
2.0 BMW Championship Hunter Chase (3m 3f)
2.35 Barnett Shine Plate (H'cap) (7f)
3.5 Victoria Sporting and Racing Plate (H'cap) (ljm)
3.35 Ladbroke Plate (H'cap) (6f) Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN JULIAN WILSON and JIMMY LINDLEY
2.10; 4.10
Rugby League from Headingley The Wills Sevens
Eight leading teams compete in this popular end-of-season seven-a-side competition, including the 1975 cup winners, Widnes, League champions St Helens, and the home team Leeds, for the Wills Trophy.
Commentator EDDIE WARING
5.10 Final Score: including cricket scoreboard and racing results.
Today's timetable:
1.10 Athletics from Crystal Palace
1.25 Golf from Sandwich
1.50 Racing from Chepstow
2.10 Rugby League
2.25 Racing: 2.40 Athletics
3.0 Racing; 3.15 Golf from Sandwich
3.30 Racing: 3.40 Golf/Athletics
4.10 Rugby League
4.35 Golf/Athletics; 5.10 Final Score Television presentation:
Athletics JOHN SHREWSBURY
Golf A. P. WILKINSON , RICHARD TILLING FRED VINER
Racing DEW: GRIFFITHS
Rugby League RAY LAKELAND
Grandstand producer BRIAN VENNER Editor ALAN HART

Contributors

Introduced By: Frank Bough
Commentators: Ron Pickering
Commentators: Stuart Storey
Unknown: Peter Ooster
Unknown: Arnold Palmer
Unknown: Gene Littler
Commentators: Harry Carpenter
Unknown: Henry Longhurst
Unknown: Peter Alliss
Unknown: Mark McCormacK
Commentators: Peter O'Sullevan
Commentators: Julian Wilson
Commentators: Jimmy Lindley
Commentator: Eddie Waring
Unknown: A. P. Wilkinson
Unknown: Richard Tilling
Unknown: Fred Viner
Producer: Brian Venner
Editor: Alan Hart

: Tom and Jerry: Life with Tom

Tom and Jerry playing cat and mouse.

: News

Weatherman BARBARA EDWARDS

Contributors

Unknown: Barbara Edwards

: Disney Time

Donald Duck, Goofy and Jiminy Cricket'are just three of the characters you'll be meeting in our usual Bank Holiday look at Walt Disney films.
Introduced by Ed Stewart from the Queen Elizabeth Hos pital for Children, Hackney Road, London
The films include Jungle Book; Escape to Witch Mountain; Lady and the Tramp; The Bears and I; The Apple Dumpling Gang; The Hunting Instinct
Film editor BERT MAEDOWS
Presented by RICHARD EVANS

Contributors

Introduced By: Ed Stewart
Unknown: Queen Elizabeth Hos
Editor: Bert Maedows
Presented By: Richard Evans

: Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads?

Written by DICK CLEMENT and IAN LA FRENAIS starring and with and Between Ourselves
Thelma is still at home with mother, leaving Terry to soothe her husband's furrowed brow. Bob is anxious in case people talk.... Designer
JOHN HURST
Producer BERNARD THOMPSON
Book (same title), 50p, from bookshops

Contributors

Written By: Dick Clement
Written By: Ian La Frenais
Unknown: John Hurst
Producer: Bernard Thompson
Terry: James Bolam
Bob: Rodney Bewes
Thelma: Brigit Forsyth
Audrey: Sheila Fearn
Wendy: Elizabeth Lax
Anthea: Juliet Aykroyd
Len: Anthony Haygarth
Vivienne: Elizabeth Day
Moira: Nova Llewellyn

: The Longest Day

A special presentation of the feature film
Starring Eddie Albert as Col. Tom Newton, Paul Anka as US Ranger, Patrick Barr as Group Captain J.N. Stagg, Bourvil as Mayor of Colleville, Richard Burton as RAF Pilot, Red Buttons as Private John Steele, Sean Connery as Private Flanagan, Fabian as US Ranger, Mel Ferrer as Major General Robert Haines, Henry Fonda as Brig. General Theodore Roosevelt, Steve Forrest as Captain Harding, Leo Genn as Brig. General Parker, John Gregson as British Padre, Donald Houston as RAF Pilot, Jeffrey Hunter as Sergeant Fuller, Curt Jurgens as Maj. General Gunther Blumentritt, Peter Lawford as Lord Lovat, Christian Marquand as Commander Philippe Kieffer, Roddy McDowall as Private Morris, Michael Medwin as Private Watney, Sal Mineo as Private Martini, Robert Mitchum as Brig. General Norman Cota, Kenneth More as Capt. Colin Maud, Edmond O'Brien as General Raymond O. Barton, Leslie Phillips as RAF Officer, Norman Rossington as Private Clough, Robert Ryan as Brig. General James M. Gavin, Tommy Sands as US Ranger, Rod Steiger as Destroyer Commander, Richard Todd as Major John Howard, Tom Tryon as Lieutenant Wilson, Peter van Eyck as Lieutenant Colonel Ocker, Robert Wagner as US Ranger, John Wayne as Lt.-Colonel Benjamin Vandervoort, Stuart Whitman as Lieutenant Sheen

June, 1944. The Allied invasion of Europe has been postponed because of bad weather. As waiting troops grow restive and the rain still pours down, the meteorologists forecast an improvement which will bring tolerable, though not ideal conditions. Commander of the Allied forces General Dwight D. Eisenhower makes a historic decision; Tuesday, 6 June will be D-Day.

with Arletty, Richard Beymer, Ray Danton, Irina Demich, Ron Randell, Jack Hedley, John Robinson, Frank Finlay, Lyndon Brook, Bryan Coleman, Neil Mccallum, Trevor Reid, Simon Lack, Louis Mounier, Sian Phillips, Alexander Knox, Henry Grace, Mark Damon, Dewey Martin, John Crawford, Nicholas Stuart, John Meillon, Jean-Louis Barrault, Madeleine Renaud, Georges Riviere, Jean Servais, Georges Wilson, Fernand Ledoux, Maurice Poli, Alice Tissot, Jo D'avray, Werner Hinz, Paul Hartmann, Gerd Froebe

This Week's Films: page 15

Contributors

Screenplay/Based on the book by: Cornelius Ryan
Producer: Darryl F. Zanuck
Director: Ken Annakin
Director: Andrew Marton
Director: Bernhard Wicki
Col. Tom Newton: Eddie Albert
US Ranger: Paul Anka
Group Captain J.N. Stagg: Patrick Barr
Mayor of Colleville: null Bourvil
RAF Pilot: Richard Burton
Private John Steele: Red Buttons
Private Flanagan: Sean Connery
US Ranger: Fabian
Major General Robert Haines: Mel Ferrer
Brig. General Theodore Roosevelt: Henry Fonda
Captain Harding: Steve Forrest
Brig. General Parker: Leo Genn
British Padre: John Gregson
RAF Pilot: Donald Houston
Sergeant Fuller: Jeffrey Hunter
Maj. General Gunther Blumentritt: Curt Jurgens
Lord Lovat: Peter Lawford
Commander Philippe Kieffer: Christian Marquand
Private Morris: Roddy McDowall
Private Watney: Michael Medwin
Private Martini: Sal Mineo
Brig. General Norman Cota: Robert Mitchum
Capt. Colin Maud: Kenneth More
General Raymond O. Barton: Edmond O'Brien
RAF Officer: Leslie Phillips
Private Clough: Norman Rossington
Brig. General James M. Gavin: Robert Ryan
US Ranger: Tommy Sands
Destroyer Commander: Rod Steiger
Major John Howard: Richard Todd
Lieutenant Wilson: Tom Tryon
Lieutenant Colonel Ocker: Peter van Eyck
US Ranger: Robert Wagner
Lt-Colonel Benjamin Vandervoort: John Wayne
Lieutenant Sheen: Stuart Whitman
[Actress]: Arletty
[Actor]: Richard Beymer
[Actor]: Ray Danton
[Actress]: Irina Demich
[Actor]: Ron Randell
[Actor]: Jack Hedley
[Actor]: John Robinson
[Actor]: Frank Finlay
[Actor]: Lyndon Brook
[Actor]: Bryan Coleman
[Actor]: Neil McCallum
[Actor]: Trevor Reid
[Actor]: Simon Lack
[Actor]: Louis Mounier
[Actress]: Sian Phillips
[Actor]: Alexander Knox
[Actor]: Henry Grace
[Actor]: Mark Damon
[Actor]: Dewey Martin
[Actor]: John Crawford
[Actor]: Nicholas Stuart
[Actor]: John Meillon
[Actor]: Jean-Louis Barrault
[Actress]: Madeleine Renaud
[Actor]: Georges Riviere
[Actor]: Jean Servais
[Actor]: Georges Wilson
[Actor]: Fernand Ledoux
[Actor]: Maurice Poli
[Actress]: Alice Tissot
[Actor]: Jo D'Avray
[Actor]: Werner Hinz
[Actor]: Paul Hartmann
[Actor]: Gerd Froebe

: News

with Richard Whitmore Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Whitmore

: Kojak

Another episode starring
- a tough cop with a tough job in a tough town - New York.

Contributors

Police Lieutenant Theo Kojak: Telly Savalas

: Churchill's People

A set of 26 plays based on passages from WINSTON S. CHURCHILL'S A History of the English-Speaking Peoples
Episode 22:The Liberty Tree by HOWARD SCHUMAN
(WINSTON CHURCHILL) starring
Programme devised by BRIAN RAWLINSON Script editor and GERALD SAVORY Producer
Costume designer ELIZABETH WALLER Lighting john
Designer TREAYS MARTIN COLLINS Director ALVIN RAKOFF

Contributors

Unknown: Winston S. Churchill
Unknown: Howard Schuman
Designer: Elizabeth Waller
Designer: Treays Martin Collins
Director: Alvin Rakoff
Thomas Partridge: Derek Francis
Anna Partridge: Elvi Hale
Samuel Partridge: Geoffrey Palmer
Samuel Ross: Jeremy Irons
Stephen Cleverley: Thomas Heathcote
Betty: Lynn Dearth
Sarah Partridge: Jennie Goossens
Peter: Ricky Beaumont
Nanay: Karen Corti
Redcoat: Julian Fellowes

: Closedown









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