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: Henley Royal Regatta: Finals Day

Desmond Hill, Tom Sutton and Frank Bough report direct from the most famous rowing regatta in the world.

(to 12.30)

Contributors

Commentator: Desmond Hill
Commentator: Tom Sutton
Commentator: Frank Bough
Commentator (The woman's viewpoint): Judith Chalmers
Television Presentation: John Vernon
Television Presentation: Bob Duncan
Television Presentation: Brian Venner

: Wimbledon

From the Centre Court of the All England Lawn Tennis Club.
The excitement and atmosphere of the Centre Court scene are captured by BBC Outside broadcast cameras, which from now until the end of the tournament bring you each afternoon's play on the world's most famous court.
(See also BBC-1)
(to 18.30)

Contributors

Commentator: Billy Knight
Commentator: Keith Fordyce
Producer: A.P. Wilkinson

Blog posts that mention this programme:

Colour Television: 50 Years On 30 June 2017
The Sunday Post: The Forsyte Saga Saga 8 January 2017

: Henley Royal Regatta

The Finals and Summary of the day's rowing.

: Show of the Week: Tony Bennett meets Robert Farnon

These two internationally famous artists appear together for the first time on British television.

Contributors

Singer: Tony Bennett
Trumpeter: Robert Farnon
The Orchestra Leader: Granville Jones
Design: Robert Macgowan
Production: Yvonne Littlewood

: Children Talking: 7: Gypsies and Gorgies

Harold Williamson talks to some modern gypsy children from Iver, Buckinghamshire, about their life.
"I'm half and half-my mum's a gypsy and my dad's a gorgie".
From the North

Contributors

Interviewer: Harold Williamson
Producer: Bob Mozley

: The Forsyte Saga: Part 26: Swan Song

by John Galsworthy.
Dramatised by Donald Wilson.
Starring Eric Porter, Nyree Dawn Porter, Susan Hampshire, Nicholas Pennell

Jon is having his portrait painted and Fleur has arranged to sit for the same artist. Soames has decided to visit the family's roots in Dorset.
(Eric Porter is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company)

Contributors

Author: John Galsworthy
Dramatised by/Producer: Donald Wilson
Designer: Spencer Chapman
Costumes: Joan Ellacott
Director: David Giles
Soames: Eric Porter
Fleur: Susan Hampshire
Michael Mont: Nicholas Pennell
Jon: Martin Jarvis
Mrs. Gadsden: Hilda Barry
Vicar: Noel Howlett
June: June Barry
Marta: Tina Matthews
Anne: Karin Fernald
Holly: Suzanne Neve
Irene: Nyree Dawn Porter
Riggs: Godfrey James
Sir Lawrence Mont: Cyril Luckham
Winifred: Margaret Tyzack
Smither: Maggie Jones
Gradman: Clifford Parrish
Fireman: John Caesar

Blog post that mentions this programme:

The Sunday Post: The Forsyte Saga Saga 8 January 2017

: One Pair of Eyes: A City of Magnificent Intentions

Anthony Howard is a foreign correspondent based in Washington, D.C.

Once the river Tiber washed the walls of the self-styled capital of the western world. Later it was the Thames. Today it is an American river - the Potomac. But behind the cherry blossom, the white marble, and the big parades, one Englishman observes some contradictions.
See page 5

Contributors

Presenter: Anthony Howard
Executive Producer: Christopher Ralling
Producer: Peter Robinson

: This Way for Murder: Part 5

A thriller in six parts by Victor Canning.
Starring Terence Longdon, Isobel Black and Peter Vaughan
with Peter Arne, Hugh Cross, Hamilton Dyce, Noel Johnson and John Phillips

Inspector Frant, armed at last with Raikes's photograph of the Tintoc chairman, makes a full report-unaware that his C.I.D. chief is in fact the man disguised in the photograph.

Contributors

Writer: Victor Canning
Designer: Jeremy Davies
Producer: Alan Bromly
Director: Eric Hills
Frant: Peter Vaughan
Raikes: Terence Longdon
Chairman: Hugh Cross
Sandra: Isobel Black
Pomeroy: Darryl Kavann
Lady Bovery: Sheila Brownrigg
Worth: Peter Arne
Hendrix: Noel Johnson
Rawlings: Hamilton Dyce
Barnton: John Phillips
Man in van: Peter Diamond
Pharaoh Two: Robert Jennings

: News Summary

: Match of the Day: The Wimbledon Championships

Jack Kramer introduces recorded highlights of today's outstanding match on the Centre Court.

Contributors

Presenter: Jack Kramer
Editor: A.P. Wilkinson
Editor: Chris Berry

: Late Night Line-Up

A late look around the world of television.
Criticism, Discussion, Diversion with Michael Dean, Joan Bakewell, Tony Bilbow and tonight's guests.

Contributors

Presenter: Michael Dean
Presenter: Joan Bakewell
Presenter: Tony Bilbow

: MIDNIGHT MOVIE


HUMPHREY BOGART in In a Lonely Place with Gloria Grahame
Frank Lovejoy
Screenplay by ANDREW SOLT Directed by Nicholas Ray
Produced by Robert Lord
A Hollywood scriptwriter suspected of murder falls in love with the girl who can provide his alibi.

Contributors

Unknown: Gloria Grahame
Unknown: Frank Lovejoy
Play By: Andrew Solt
Directed By: Nicholas Ray
Produced By: Robert Lord
Dixon Steele: Humphrey Bogart
Laurel Gray: Gloria Grahame
Brub Nicolal: Frank Lovejoy
Captain Lochner: Carl Benton Reid
Mel Lippman: Art Smith
Sylvia Nicolai: Jeff Donnell
Martha: Ruth Gillette








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