6.40 Shoreline Processes 7.5 A Control System Design. 7.30 The GC/MS Link-up.
from Muirfield The 109th Open Championship
HARRY CARPENTER introduces coverage of the second round. The championship has attracted the best golfers from all over the world -all the leading American golfers are competing, GARY PLAYER leads the South African challengers, ISAO AOKI the Japanese, a strong Australian contingent includes DAVID GRAHAM , GRAHAM MARSH , JACK NEWTON and GREG NORMAN.
Commentators PETER ALLISS
CLIVE CLARK , BRUCE CRITCHLEY
ALEX HAY and MARK MCCORMACK
Directors auw JONES and ALASTAIR SCOTT Producer RICHARD TILLING Editor DAVID KENNING
The 109th Open Championship
Man with the Orange Hair
Dinky's Nose for News
Peter Purves and Sue Cook with ideas for a summer's day-out.
Amongst the reports this week:
Willie Rushton plays bowls, Valerie Singleton visits a lighthouse,
John Mundy goes to the sheep-dog trials and Mike Harding explores a nature trail.
Directors CLAIRE WALMSLEY , ALAN WALSK JANE TARLETON
Producer DAVID BROWN BBC Manchester
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with Peter Woods Weatherman
At 6.40* Olympic Report
FRANK BOUGH introduces a special report from Moscow on the eve of the Olympic Games.
Originally a display of skill at arms at the Agricultural Hall, Islington, the Royal Tournament has now become the annual opportunity for the armed forces to present their pageant of music, skill and courage at London's Earls Court.
In this centenary year the salute was taken earlier this week by Her Majesty The Queen featuring
The Royal Naval Field Gun Competition
The Massed Bands of THE ROYAL MARINES
THE IRISH GUARDS
THE ROYAL AIR FORCK The Musical Drive by the KING'S TROOP ROYAL HORSE ARTILLERY Services Motorcycle Competition combining skill and speed
KENYA ARMY BAND AND DANCERS this year's overseas band, combined with colourful traditional dancing
RAF Police Dogs a display of trust, obedience and skill
KING'S SQUAD ROYAL MARINES precision marching and drill Grand Finale depicting 100 years of the Royal Tournament
Commentator RAYMOND BAXTER
Television production PETER HYLTON CLEAVER
starring Des O'Connor who plays host to some of the finest entertainment talent from Britain and America.
Tonight's special guests are from Los Angeles: David Letterman from Tuskegee, Alabama: Pearly Gates from London:
Orchestra directed by COLIN KEYES Executive producer JAMES MOIR Producer MARCUS PLANTIN
with John Edmunds
Weekend Weather JACK SCOTT
from Wembley Arena featuring tonight
The John Player Trophy for the Grand Prix of Great Britain
(Holder: EDDIE MACKEN with Boomerang)
The Grand Prix-a speciality of Harvey Smith , who's won it seven times - is a two-round event in which only the top third qualify for the second round. The faults for both rounds are added together and riders then face the possibility of a jump-off against the clock before the £9,000 prize money is divided.
Introduced by DAVID VINE
Commentators DORIAN WILLIAMS
RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD , HUGH THOMAS
Producer FRED viner
written by PETER TINNISWOOD
Love is a Many Splendoured Thing
Love is in full flood for Uncle Mort. For Mr Brandon it starts in a trickle and ends in a gush of enthusiasm.
Music RONNIE HAZLEHURST Designer ERIC WALMSLEY
Producer BERNARD THOMPSON
Starring Colin Blakely, Robert Harris, Leo McKern, Robin Phillips
The unfortunate career of Paul Pennyfeather , a serious young man studying for the Church. Sent down from Oxford, he goes from bad to worse, via a teaching post in a Dickensian boarding-school and marriage to the beautiful, rich Margot Beste-Chetwynd .
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