From The All England Jumping Course, Hickstead.
The two main classes featured this afternoon from the 1975 British Championships Meeting are The National Junior Foxhunter Championship 1975 open to all ponies that have been placed 1st, 2nd or 3rd in a country-wide Junior Foxhunter regional final, and The Wills Embassy Stakes. This unusual competition requires horse and rider to jump as many obstacles as possible over a long and testing course. As soon as a fault is incurred, the competitor is asked to retire and only those with completely clear rounds qualify for the jump-off.
In which, after your regional news programmes, Michael Barratt, Frank Bough, Bob Wellings, Susanne Hall and Dilys Morgan present the British scene to the people of Britain.
Including a special report from James Hogg at RAF Mount Batten where he's been going through hell, high water and worse in readiness for being cast away on a desert island...
And at 6.50* Sportswide
Jimmy Hill returns with this popular fast-moving preview of the weekend sport. As well as reviewing tomorrow's football, there'll be Peter O'Sullevan's racing preview and a look forward to tomorrow's exciting cricket match -the Gillette Cup Final at Lord's, where every seat has been sold.
The Nashville Coyote
Harried from his natural habitat, Chico chums up with Bluebell the lonely beagle and travelling song-writer Johnny Martin during a riotous romp around the Tennessee countryside.
A WALT DISNEY production
by JIMMY PERRY and DAVID CROFT starring
John Le Mesurier and Clive Dunn featuring
Ring Dem Bells
Captain Mainwaring and the platoon play the part of Nazi soldiers in a training film. with Designer ROBERT BERK Producer DAVID CROFT
Chief Warden Hodges:
Lady with umbrelIa:
by Carla Lane
Starring Nerys Hughes as Sandra, Elizabeth Estensen as Carol
featuring Mollie Sugden as Mrs Hutchinson with John Nettles as Paul
With Beryl gone, Sandra's problem is finding a new flatmate. There are plenty of offers but there's nobody who seems at all suitable... certainly not Carol.
Carol is played by a comparative newcomer Elizabeth Estensen who was spotted by her new co-star Nerys Hughes in the stage production of John, Paul, George, Ringo... and Bert. Nerys persuaded producer Sydney Lotterby to go and see her...
by Adam Hall
A series in 13 episodes
Starring Michael Jayston
with Moray Watson, Nigel Stock and Prunella Gee
An aircraft with a politically dangerous cargo has crashed somewhere in the Sahara. Quiller has to find and destroy.
based on the character created by:
Barry Norman presents a round-up of news, reviews and interviews from the movie world including this week: Rollerball with James Caan; The Drowning Pool with Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward; and Disney's latest adventure film The Apple Dumpling Gang.
from the Esplanade of Edinburgh Castle opened by THE FANFARE TRUMPETERS OF
THE ROYAL MARINES
THE MASSED PIPES AND DRUMS OF
THE ROYAL SCOTS
THE ROYAL HIGHLAND FUSILIERS
THE ARGYLL AND SUTHERLAND
HIGHLANDERS and from Australia,
THE STATE POLICE FORCES OF
NEW SOUTH WALES, QUEENSLAND TASMANIA, VICTORIA WESTERN AUSTRALIA
THE ROYAL ARTILLERY 19th FIELD REGIMENT
An action race on the esplanade using 105mm Howitzers
THE MASSED BANDS OF THE
BAND OF HM ROYAL MARINES
BAND OF HM ROYAL MARINES
COMMANDO TRAINING CENTRE
BAND OF HM ROYAL MARINES FLAG OFFICER, SCOTLAND AND NORTHERN IRELAND
THE ROYAL NEW ZEALAND
INFANTRY REGIMENT in a display of Maori music and dancing, including the famed Haka
THE ROYAL MARINES
MOTOR CYCLE DISPLAY TEAM
High-speed manoeuvres and pattern making by RM Commando motor-cyclists
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
BEEFEATER BAND from Vancouver
Music and marching from one of Canada's finest youth bands
THE FINALE with SUNSET AND RETREAT
Director of Music
CAPTAIN W. SHILLITO , LRAM, ROYAL MARINES The Edinburgh Military Tattoo is presented by HQ Scotland (Army) and produced by BRIGADIER JOHN S. SANDERSON , DSO, OBE Commentary for television TOM FLEMING
Produced for television by CHARLES CLIFFORD
Brigadier John S.
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