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: Cricket: England v. Australia: First Test Match

Third day's play at Old Trafford.

(to 18.15)

Contributors

Commentator: Peter West
Commentator: Brian Johnston
Commentator: Richie Benaud
Commentator: Denis Compton
Commentator: Ted Dexter
Television Presentation: Nick Hunter

: The News and Sport

(Colour)

: Johnny Morris in Mexico: 6: Mexico City and the Floating Gardens of Xochimilco

Six films of his jaunt in the sun last August.

It's Sunday, the day when you enjoy yourself... and the Mexicans are real professionals when it comes to enjoying themselves...
from the South and West

In the fourteenth century the Aztecs settled on two mud-banks in the centre of a huge mountain lake. They practised land reclamation by floating rafts of wattles, mud, and reeds, the roots of which anchored the rafts to the lake-bed. Over the centuries the whole area took root, and it is now Mexico City.
All that remains of the lake is a group of 'canals' on which grows a beautiful green leafy moss. They are called the Floating Gardens of Xochimilco and, together with Chapultepec Park in the centre of the city, they are among the Mexicans' favourite Sunday resorts.
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: Johnny Morris
Film Cameraman: Jim Saunders
Producer: Brian Patten

: What Maisie Knew: Part 2: Flight

by Henry James
Dramatised in three parts by Denis Constanduros

Sir Claude has taken Maisie from her mother to live with Mr. and Mrs. Beale. On their arrival Maisie is surprised at Mrs. Beale's welcome for Sir Claude.
(Colour)

Contributors

Author: Henry James
Dramatised by: Denis Constanduros
Script Editor: Lennox Phillips
Designer: Stuart Walker
Producer: David Conroy
Director: Derek Martinus
Maisie: Sally Thomsett
Sir Claude: Gary Raymond
Mrs. Beale: Penelope Horner
Susan Ash: Yvonne Antrobus
Ida: Maxine Audley
The Captain: Bernard Brown
Beale: Paul Hardwick
The Countess: Eunice Black
Drunken man: Douglas Milvain

: One Pair of Eyes: Four Cheers for Britain

A series of highly personal films.

Sir Gerald Nabarro, M.P. gives Four Cheers for Britain
The Member of Parliament for South Worcestershire, who has been described by others as 'the most famous back-bencher on either side of the House' and by himself as 'an unashamed traditionalist,' embarks on a vigorous and idiosyncratic exploration of the contemporary British scene, in search of the kind of excellence that he particularly admires.
The musical accompaniment is principally provided by Sir Edward Elgar.

(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: Sir Gerald Nabarro
Executive Producer: Christopher Ralling
Director: Michael Brown

: Esther and Abi Ofarim

The internationally famous duo sing songs of many lands.

This week's star guest, Glen Campbell

(Colour)

Contributors

Singer: Esther Ofarim
Singer/Guitarist: Abi Ofarim
Singer: Glen Campbell
Musical Director: Johnny Pearson
Sound: Len Shorey
Design: Peter Brachacki
Production: Stanley Dorfman

: Release

Release ...into the world of films, plays, books, art, and music.

This week including:
No Beauty Without Melancholy
A film to celebrate the centenary today of the birth of Charles Rennie Mackintosh the Scottish architect, artist and designer.
His work, which had a profound influence on modern design, has a particular appeal now, when art nouveau is again in vogue.
(Colour)

Contributors

Director (No Beauty Without Melancholy): Murray Grigor
Producer: Colin Nears
Editor: Lorna Pegram

: News Summary

(Colour)

: Late Night Line-Up

Introduced by Tony Bilbow looks at The Film World Past and Present and Philip Jenkinson shows more of your film requests.
Letters to Philip Jenkinson should be addressed c/o Late Night Line-Up, [address removed]
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: Tony Bilbow
Presenter: Philip Jenkinson

: Midnight Movie: Psycho

Alfred Hitchcock's famous film thriller.
Starring Anthony Perkins, Vera Miles, John Gavin, Janet Leigh
with Martin Balsam, John Mcintire

The story of a young woman who steals a fortune. She encounters a young man too long under the domination of his mother - and the mother, to quote Hitchcock, is a 'homicidal maniac.'

Contributors

Screenplay: Joseph Stefano
From the novel by: Robert Bloch
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Marion Crane: Janet Leigh
Norman Bates: Anthony Perkins
Lila Crane: Vera Miles
Sam Loomis: John Gavin
Milton Arbogast: Martin Balsam
Sheriff Chambers: John McIntire
Dr. Richmond: Simon Oakland

: Sunday Cricket

A series of matches played under knock-out rules
Featuring:
The International Cavaliers XI
Captain, Bobby Simpson (Australia)
who today play for a purse of 100 guineas
Essex C.C.C.
Captain, Brian Taylor
at Valentines Park, Ilford.

Among those playing in today's match: Jim Laker (Surrey and England), Saeed Ahmed (Pakistan), Keith Boyce (Essex)
Introduced by Peter West.
Organised by the International Cavaliers Cricket Club in association with Rothmans of Pall Mall in aid of the Mick Bear Benefit Fund
(Colour)
(to 16.00)

Contributors

Presenter: Peter West
Captain (The International Cavaliers XI): Bobby Simpson
Captain (Essex C.C.C.): Brian Taylor
Cricketer: Jim Laker
Cricketer: Saeed Ahmed
Cricketer: Keith Boyce
Commentator: Neil Durden-Smith
Commentator: Jim Laker
Television Presentation: Alan Mouncer
Television Presentation: Fred Viner

: Sunday Cricket

A further visit to Ilford.
(Colour)
(to 18.15)








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