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: Sunday Cricket

A series of matches played under knock-out rules
featuring
The International Cavaliers XI
Captain, Ted Dexter (Sussex and England)
who today play for a purse of 100 guineas against
Hampshire C.C.C.
Captain, Roy Marshall (Hants and West Indies)
at Tichborne Park, Alresford.

Among those playing in today's match: Bobby Simpson (Australia), Clive Lloyd (Barbados and West Indies), Frank Tyson (Northants and England), Denis Compton (Middlesex and England)
Introduced by Frank Bough.
(Organised by the International Cavaliers Cricket Club in association with Rothmans of Pall Mall in aid of the Mike Barnard Benefit Fund)
(Colour)
(to 16.00)

Contributors

Captain (The International Cavaliers XI): Ted Dexter
Captain (Hampshire C.C.C.): Roy Marshall
Cricketer: Bobby Simpson
Cricketer: Clive Lloyd
Cricketer: Frank Tyson
Cricketer: Denis Compton
Presenter: Frank Bough
Commentator: John Arlott
Commentator: Brian Johnston
Commentator: Jim Laker
Television Presentation: Bob Duncan
Television Presentation: John Norman

: Sunday Cricket

A further visit to Alresford for the second session of play and the match result.
(Colour)
(to 18.15)

: News Review

for the deaf and hard of hearing
A look at the news of the week with film from all over the world and a commentary that can be seen as well as heard

and The Weather
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: Michael De Morgan
Translator: Margaret Jones
Producer: Bill Northwood

: The World About Us: Seabird Summer

A series of films from all over the world about our astonishing planet and the creatures that live on it.

Just off the Pembrokeshire coast lie two small islands-Skomer and Skokholm. The inhabitants number many thousands, of which a few are human. The rest include seals, the unique Skomer voles, and above all great colonies of seabirds like guillemots, kittiwakes, and comical-looking puffins. These bird cities are formed when the ocean wanderers of the winter fly in to become the cliff nesters of the summer.
Written and narrated by Tony Soper.
Adapted from the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds film
From the South and West
(Colour)

Contributors

Writer/Narrator: Tony Soper
Presented for television by: Brian Phillips
Presented for television by: Richard Brock

: Show of the Week: Just Esther

Starring Esther Ofarim
with special guest star, Topol
and Donal Donnelly

Tonight's Show of the Week presents for the first time Cinderella without her Rockafella - Esther Ofarim in her first solo show. The delightful, faun-like Esther will be singing a whole range of songs - from the Beatles' number she's made her own, "She's leaving Home," to two numbers from the American smash hit musical Hair.
(Colour)

Contributors

Singer: Esther Ofarim
Singer: Topol
Performer: Donal Donnelly
The Orchestra Leader: Henry Datyner
Musical Director: Wally Stott
Special material: Myles Rudge
"Oh Lucky Me" staged by: Gillian Lynne
Design: Roger Cheveley
Production: Yvonne Littlewood

: The Tennis Elbow Foot Game

The fastest game on television between Eleanor Summerfield, Olga Franklin, Norman Hackforth, Paul Jennings with Max Robertson as umpire and this week's guests, Sylvia Sims, Marianne Stone.
(Colour)

Contributors

Panellist: Eleanor Summerfield
Panellist: Olga Franklin
Panellist/Devised by: Norman Hackforth
Panellist: Paul Jennings
Umpire: Max Robertson
Guest: Sylvia Sims
Guest: Marianne Stone
Producer: T. Leslie Jackson

: 4472 - Flying Scotsman

- An epitaph for the age of steam
"It's the smell, the familiar smell of smoke and the beat of the engine; the feeling you're being pulled not by a mechanical box on wheels but by something pulsing and alive..."
On May 1, 1968, the famous locomotive 4472 - Flying Scotsman - pulled out of King's Cross exactly forty years from the day of its first non-stop run between London and Edinburgh. On board the train were three hundred railway enthusiasts. This film is an impression of their journey.
(Colour)

Contributors

Producer: Patricia Ingram
Director: Tony Wheeler
Executive Producer: Rowan Ayers

: Ballet for Sceptics

Roland Petit introduces excerpts from his ballets Les Chants de Maldoror, Pink Champagne, Les Demoiselles de la Nuit, La Silla and speaks about the nature of ballet.
The dancers include Zizi Jeanmaire, Daniele Jossi and Carla Fracci.
A Desilu presentation
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: Roland Petit
Dancer: Zizi Jeanmaire
Dancer: Daniele Jossi
Dancer: Carla Fracci

: News Summary

(Colour)

: Late Night Line-Up

invites Frederic Raphael, Joe Tillson, Dr. Chris Evans, Gillian Freeman to discuss with Joan Bakewell talking points of the week.
If you have any topics you would like discussed in next week's programme please write to: Late Night Line-Up (Sunday), [address removed]
(Colour)

Contributors

Panellist: Frederic Raphael
Panellist: Joe Tillson
Panellist: Dr. Chris Evans
Panellist: Gillian Freeman
Presenter: Joan Bakewell
Editor: Rowan Ayers








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