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: A Fight to Remember

Introduced by Harry Carpenter.
An ex-lightweight champion of the world, Battling Nelson had fought 105 times without being knocked out. Then he met Owen Moran from Birmingham who hadn't much time for great reputations.
San Francisco, California November 16, 1910
Battling Nelson v. Owen Moran
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When a champion loses his title he tries much harder in the return fight. If he regains it and the two men meet again they both put up a spectacular show. This was their third meeting...
Yankee Stadium, New York September 8, 1950
Sandy Saddler, ex-champion v. Willie Pep, World featherweight champion

Contributors

Presenter: Harry Carpenter
Boxer: Battling Nelson
Boxer: Owen Moran
Boxer: Sandy Saddler
Boxer: Willie Pep
Producer: Bob Duncan

: For Whom the Bells Tolls: Part 4: The Bridge

by Ernest Hemingway.
Dramatised in four parts by Giles Cooper.
Pablo has disappeared, taking with him the detonators Jordan needs to blow up the bridge.
Recorded in the BBC's Glasgow studio
Repeated on Thursday at 10.10

Contributors

Author: Ernest Hemingway
Dramatised by: Giles Cooper
Music composed by: Roberto Gerhard
Producer: Douglas Allen
Director: Rex Tucker
Robert Jordan: John Ronane
Maria: Ann Bell
Gomez: Thomas Heathcote
Miguel: Arnold Yarrow
Andres: Michael Graham Cox
Fernando: Philip Madoc
Agustin: John Tate
Pilar: Joan Miller
Anselmo: Richard Beale
Primitivo: Reg Lye
Pablo: Glynn Edwards
Pepe: Christopher Denham
Colonel: Will Stampe
Sentry: Jeffrey Isaac
Corporal: Nicholas Amer
Massart: Anthony Jacobs
Karkov: Andre van Gyseghem
Rafael: Michael Mellinger
General Golz: John Bryans
Duval: Lewis Teasdale
Lieutenant Berrendo: Robert James

: The Dick Emery Show

Starring Dick Emery
with Deryck Guyler
and featuring Take Five

Contributors

Script: David Cumming
Script: David Nobbs
Script: Peter Tinniswood
Script: Maurice Wiltshire
Script: Mel Tolkin
Script: Mel Brooks
Choreography: Malcolm Clare
Orchestrations: Dennis Wilson
Musical director: Peter Knight
Producer: Dennis Main Wilson
Comedian: Dick Emery
[Actor]: Deryck Guyler
Singers/Dancers: Take Five

: That's Where the Action Is

A film of the City of New York and the men who want to be its Mayor.
It's the most nervous city on earth, with too much crime, too little water, and too much traffic. It's got a ghetto
The personalities include:
The Candidates:
Abraham Beame, Democrat; William F. Buckley, Conservative; John V. Lindsay,
Republican-Liberal; Robert F. Kennedy, Senator; Jesse Gray, Rebel; Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Democrat
the Cop, the Bookie, the Pilot, and the Publisher and Sammy Davis Jr.
See page 3

Contributors

Candidate (Democrat): Abraham Beame
Candidate (Conservative): William F. Buckley
Candidate (Republican-Liberal): John V. Lindsay
Candidate (Senator): Robert F. Kennedy
Candidate (Rebel): Jesse Gray
Candidate (Democrat): Daniel Patrick Moynihan
Performer: Sammy Davis Jr.
Producer: David J. Webster

: Match of the Day

A top League football match brought to you each Saturday on BBC-2.
Kenneth Wolstenholme reports with outside broadcast cameras from a well-known League ground.
Today's match will be announced on BBC-tv from 4.0 onwards

Contributors

Presenter/commentator: Kenneth Wolstenholme
Television Presentation: Alec Weeks

: News Summary

: Late Night Line-Up

rounds off the day with Denis Tuohy, Michael Dean, Nicholas Tresilian, Joan Bakewell.
and
Plunder
A weekly raid on the archives of BBC Television.
Tonight's edition includes:
Elsa Maxwell; Moiseiwitsch playing music by Schumann; Phyllis Digby-Morton in an excerpt from Can You Tell Me with Barbara Goalen.

Contributors

Presenter: Denis Tuohy
Presenter: Michael Dean
Presenter: Nicholas Tresilian
Presenter: Joan Bakewell
Performer (Plunder): Elsa Maxwell
Pianist (Plunder): Moiseiwitsch
Presenter (Plunder - Can You Tell Me): Phyllis Digby-Morton
Speaker (Plunder): Barbara Goalen








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