The Lawn Tennis Championships direct from the Ail England Club
The best of the action on the third day's play.
DAN MASKELL , PETER WEST , JOHN BARRETT , ANN JONES and BILL THRELFALL report on the top matches on the Centre and No 1 Courts.
HARRY CARPENTER in the Wimbledon studio keeps you up to date with a complete service of all the news and results from the outside courts.
TV presentation by FRED VINER , MARTIN HOPKINS , JOHN SHREWSBURY , JOHNNIE WATHERSTON , JOHN PHILIPS and JIM RESIDE Editor JONATHAN MARTIN
Tony Hart , Pat Keysell and Ben Benison including Prof and WILFRED MAKEPEACE LUNN with his amazing machines also Mr Blue and Cuckoo. Burbles, Humphrey Umbrage and Susanne
Director CLIVE DOIG
Producer PATRICK DOWLING
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On Home Ground
Tonight Bill Kerr Elliott visits the remarkable village of Yattendon in Berkshire. Owned by one family since Domesday, it has survived with very few changes over the years.
Director DUNCAN GlBBINS Producer DAVID ROWLEY
The Lawn Tennis Championships
HARRY CARPENTER reports direct from the All England Club, and introduces highlights, live action, and a review of the day's news and results.
Commentators DAN MASKELL , PETER WEST , JOHN BARRETT , ANN JONES and BILL THRELFALL
starring Lena Zavaroni
with special guests
Johnny Hutch and the Half-Wits
With THE ACE EIGHT and ALYN AINSWORTH AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Choreography DOUGIE SQUIRES
Vocal backing THE THIRD KIND
Sound LEN SHOREY
Lighting ERIC WALLIS
Designer NIGEL CURZON
Production DAVID G. HILLIER
Johnny Hutch and the
Alyn Ainsworth and his
by Nick McCarty
A series in ten episodes
James Hazeldine, Louise Jameson, John Carlisle in...
A secret military exercise that ends in disaster, frightened villagers and his brother found wandering on a hillside sends Tom in search of an old enemy.
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The Heavyweight Championship of Great Britain and the Commonwealth
John L. Gardner (Hackney) Champion v Paul Sykes
Challenger over 15 rounds from Harry Levene 's promotion last night at the Wembley Arena.
This is the first defence by Gardner of the title he won so dramatically at the Royal
Albert Hall last October by forcing Billy Aird to retire. Sykes, whom he meets tonight, is always exceptionally fit, and has recently sparred with Leon Spinks in America.
On the same bill European Middleweight Champion Alan Minter , determined to get back to Number One world rating, meets former Commonwealth Champion Monty Betham of New Zealand over 10 rounds.
Commentator HARRY CARPENTER
Television presentation by BOB DUNCAN
by DESMOND WILCOX
The characters we know from fiction who still live on today. 3: The Rancher
Earl Hardeman is a rancher in Jackson Hole, Wyoming; a beautiful valley flanked by the majestic Teton mountains. He breeds Here-ford cattle - in much the same style that his father did before him - and he lives the cowboy's life we've come to recognise in ' Westerns '. He still uses horses to ride the range and herd his cattle and pull sledges in winter; he still milks his cows by hand - and butchers his own meat.
But times have changed. The influx of tourists and speculators has caused land prices to soar to $10,000 an acre, which is still only enough land to graze just one cow - in a good year. The ' Frontier' life is under increasing pressure to capitulate to the tourist industry - and men like Earl Hardeman are holding out.
PROFESSOR MARCUS CUNLIFFE
Executive producer ADAM CLAPHAM Producer JOHN BIRD
The news, the stories and the people, that matter, intrigue and amuse.
Presented by VALERIE SINGLETON and DONALD MACCORMICK
Including News Headlines
Producers JOHN HOLME , BARBARA MAXWELL Editor ROGER BOLTON
X-Rays from Space
On 2 June the new all-British satellite, Ariel 6, was put into orbit more than 600 km above the earth's surface. Like its highly successful predecessor, Ariel 5,
,ne of its main tasks will be to study x-rays and cosmic rays from deep space, and it is carrying experiments from four British universities. Patrick Moore talks about this new astronomical satellite with Dr Leonard Culhane , the project scientist for the mission.
Producer PATRICIA wood
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