A series of matches played under knock-out rules featuring
The International Cavaliers XI
Captain, Colin Cowdrey (Kent and England)
who today play for a purse of 100 guineas against
A Rest of the World XI
Captain, Garfield Sobers (Notts and West Indies)
at Motspur Park, New Maiden, Surrey.
Among those playing in today's match: Wes Hall (Barbados and West Indies), Graeme Pollock (South Africa), Peter Pollock (South Africa), Hanif Mohammed (Pakistan)
Introduced by Frank Bough.
(Organised by the International Cavalier Cricket Club in association with Rothmans of Pall Mall in aid of the British Polio Fellowship)
Captain (The International Cavaliers XI):
Captain (A Rest of the World XI):
A further visit to Motspur Park for the second session of play and the match result.
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
followed by The Weather
The second of two programmes featuring:
La Singla, Regla Ortega and Paco de Lucia.
Introduced by Olaf Hudtwaicker.
A riot of gorgeous colour and swirling dresses, tonight's programme is the follow-up to the first programme of Festival Flamenco, seen in June. We can see the genuine Flamenco of the Spanish gypsies, a thing almost unknown in this country.
(The Festival Flamenco Company appear by arrangement with Lippman-Rau and Harold Davison Ltd.)
A series of films from all over the world about our astonishing planet and the creatures that live on it.
Spiders are not very popular, but their amazing courtship and feeding behaviour make fascinating viewing when filmed by those masters of macrophotography,
Gerald Thompson and Eric Skinner.
Commentary by Alan Gibson.
from the South and West
This film, first shown on BBC-1 on April 23, 1966, can now be seen in colour. Gerald Thompson and Eric Skinner, whose award-winning film The Life of the Alder Wood-wasp was a masterpiece of close-up photography, here turn their cameras and remarkable techniques on the spider, which under their lenses and bright lights becomes a fearsome creature with fascinating habits. (Colour)
Isaac Stern, Leonard Rose, Eugene Istomin perform Beethoven's Concerto in C major for piano, violin, cello and orchestra.The work is preceded by Overture: Armida by Haydn
with the BBC Symphony Orchestra
led by Hugh Maguire
Conductor, Colin Davis
Part of the Promenade Concert recorded on Thursday, September 5
Introduced by Richard Baker. (Colour)
The BBC Symphony
Orchestra led by:
Gordon Stent went blind six years ago. He was then running his own business-ironically he was a lighting consultant. He retired to Bournemouth and started to make a new life.
This film centres on this remarkable man who refused to allow his blindness to stop him doing what he wanted-and what he wanted to do was to become the first blind artist. He has developed a technique for drawing representational pictures and in tonight's film he demonstrates this technique and talks about his life since he went blind.
From the South and West
"...the best comedy show of this or any other year... electronic insanity, lightning-paced... imaginative, entertaining, one long laugh from start to finish"
So said the American critics of this new series of programmes of lunacy and laughter starring, as your hosts, Dan Rowan and Dick Martin featuring a regular company of crazy characters and a bewildering array of guests.
Produced for N.B.C. by:
Produced for N.B.C. by:
invites P. J. Kavanagh, Hugh McIlvanney, D.A.N. Jones, Helen Vlachos to discuss with Michael Dean 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]