This week BBC Television Outside Broadcast cameras will be covering some of the principal races of this famous meeting. Today, and for the next three days, viewers will see four of each afternoon's events.
2.30 The Molecombe Stakes for two-year-old fillies over five furlongs
3.10 The Stewards' Cup
A handicap race for three-year-olds and upwards over six furlongs
3.45 The Bentinck Stakes for three-year-olds and upwards over one mile and six furlongs
4.15 The Charlton Stakes
A handicap race for three-year-olds and upwards over one mile
Clive Graham identifies the horses and jockeys in the Parade Ring before each race.
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Fourth Test Match
A further visit to Old Trafford.
Race commentator (Glorious Goodwood):
Parade Ring commentator (Glorious Goodwood):
Television presentation (Glorious Goodwood):
by Sir Walter Scott.
Adapted for television in six parts by E. J. Bell.
with Tom Fleming as Redgauntlet and John Cairney as Alan Fairford
Music composed and conducted by:
Prince Charles Edward Stuart:
The research ship Xarifa lies off Ceylon in Colombo harbour to be refitted, and Hans and Lotte Hass take time off to visit the ancient fortress of Sigiriya, where a princess was whipped, a king was buried alive, and a wicked usurper ruled for eighteen years-once upon a time.
The series directed by Hans Hass and produced by Nicholas Crocker
Presenter/film cameraman/series director:
A weekly school report written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden.
Starring Professor Jimmy Edwards
with Arthur Howard
Incidental music composed and conducted by:
Sir Gerald Turnbull:
Stories of the 'Mounties'
A new film series starring Gilles Pelletier as Corporal Jacques Gagnier.
It takes a year for British justice, in the form of a flying Court, to reach Seal Bay in the Arctic to try an Eskimo woman on a charge of murder. During the trial Corporal Gagnier begins to think he may have been wrong in the evidence he gave.
Story and screenplay by:
Corporal Jacques Gagnier:
The sequel to 'Sailor Beware' by Philip King and Falkland Cary.
[Starring] Kathleen Harrison
Televised direct from the Aldwych Theatre, London.
(by arrangement with Toby Rowland Ltd.)
Presented for television by:
Albert Tufnell, A.B.:
Carnoustie Bligh A.B.:
Lt -Cdr Hardcastle R.N.:
An enquiry by Christopher Mayhew, M.P.
A new series of six programmes examining the prevalence of crime in Britain today, the men behind the crimes, the reasons that lead them to break the law, and the ways in which they are dealt with under our penal system.
presenting the BBC Northern Dance Orchestra conducted by George Clouston in thirty minutes of music in an informal manner with Sheila Buxton, Norman George, Jimmy Leach, Alan Roper.
Introduced by Roger Moffat.
From the BBC's North of England television studio
The BBC Northern Dance
[Orchestra] conducted by:
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