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: SUNDAY CRICKET

Introduced by David Vine
The Player's County League
GLOUCESTERSHIRE v. SUSSEX from Lydney in the Forest of Dean
Gloucestershire will always have a place in cricket history as being the county of two of the finest batsmen ever-Dr. W. G. Grace and Walter Hammond. Although its fortunes in recent years have been less than memorable, the arrival this year of Geoff Pullar and the tenacious-ness of its new captain Tony Brown will undoubtedly strengthen a very able side.
The visitors this afternoon,
Sussex, are building a reputation for providing an exciting finish in this competition, losing to Yorkshire and Kent by only seven and ten runs respectively and winning by the narrow margin of six against Warwickshire in their last televised match in May.
Commentary team: John Arlott Brian Johnston , Ken Barrington
Today's other fixtures:
Derbyshire v. Northamptonshire Hampshire v. Warwickshire Kent v. Lancashire
Leicestershire v. Essex
Yorkshire v. Worcestershire
Television presentation by Bill Taylor and Don Sayer
Series producer, ALAN MOUNCER

Contributors

Introduced By: David Vine
Unknown: Dr. W. G. Grace
Unknown: Walter Hammond.
Unknown: Geoff Pullar
Unknown: John Arlott
Unknown: Brian Johnston
Unknown: Ken Barrington
Presentation By: Bill Taylor
Presentation By: Don Sayer
Producer: Alan Mouncer

: NEWS REVIEW

The best of the week's newsfilm from all over the world, together with other subjects of interest. For the deaf and hard of hearing a commentary appears visually
Presenter, Robert Dougall
Producer. BILL NORTHWOOD followed by THE WEATHER

Contributors

Presenter: Robert Dougall

: THE WORLD ABOUT US

A series of films from all over the world about our astonishing planet and the creatures that live on it
*
THE GOLDEN STATE
Oranges, sunshine, surfing, Hollywood-that's modern California. But it's also smog, garbage, overcrowded roads, and sprawling cities. A thousand people a day pour in to add to the twenty million already there. From the highest snowy mountains to the lowest hottest deserts man's impact has been felt ... by sea elephants, snow geese, Californian condors, sea otters, and the grey whales that spend half their life on an amazing migration.
Narrated by Dick Graham
Produced and directed by Richard BROCK from the South and West
See page 41

Contributors

Unknown: Dick Graham
Directed By: Richard Brock

: THE CALLAS CONVERSATIONS

Another chance to see the second of two programmes in which the great soprano
Maria Callas talks to
Lord Harewood about her approach to the major roles of her repertoire
Executive producer, JOHN CULSHAW
Director, BARRIE GAVIN

Contributors

Talks: Maria Callas
Producer: John Culshaw
Director: Barrie Gavin

: ONCE MORE WITH FELIX

starring
JULIE FELIX with special guests,
THE 5th DIMENSION
THE KINKS
Musical director, JOHN CAMERON
Special material, Joe Steeples Sound, Hugh Barker
Lighting, Ken McGregor Design, J. Roger Lowe
Production, MEL CORNISH

Contributors

Unknown: Julie Felix
Director: John Cameron
Unknown: Hugh Barker
Unknown: Ken McGregor
Design: J. Roger Lowe

: PIANO WITH MANY STRINGS

The art of Ceri Richards
His ability to draw resembles that of a Renaissance old master.
Born the son of a South Wales tinplater, and as a boy apprenticed to an electrician, Ceri Richards has achieved an international reputation-not least by rich and complex pictures that have their starting points in musical themes.
An accomplished musician himself, he was nine when in 1912 the Russian Kandinsky wrote ' The soul is a piano with many strings. Colour is a keyboard. The artist is the hand that plays on them.'
Ceri Richards 's art bears out that thought.
Narrated and produced by JOHN ORMOND

Contributors

Unknown: Ceri Richards
Unknown: Ceri Richards
Unknown: Ceri Richards
Produced By: John Ormond

: CHILDREN TALKING

' The Prince of Wales '
Gerald Harrison talks to boys and girls at Wilmslow in Cheshire, Newport in Monmouthshire, and Hull in Yorkshire, and gets a varied range of comments and opinions on the Prince's day, his duties, and his responsibilities.
Produced by BOB MOZLEY from the North
See page 41

Contributors

Talks: Gerald Harrison
Produced By: Bob Mozley

: SHOW OF THE WEEK

The Good Old Days
A special Scandinavian edition of Old-Time Music-Hall from Berns Restaurant, Stockholm, Sweden presenting
TESSIE O'SHEA
RITA MORRIS
DOREEN HERMITAGE
JENNY WREN
DENIS MARTIN
BRIAN BLADES
TEDDY GREEN
DUDLEY STEVENS
THE PERRARDS
CHAZ CHASE
Chairman,
LEONARD SACHS
Musical director, Alyn Ainsworth
Produced by BARNEY COLEHAN
A joint BBC-tv/Swedish Radio production

Contributors

Unknown: Tessie O'Shea
Unknown: Rita Morris
Unknown: Doreen Hermitage
Unknown: Jenny Wren
Unknown: Denis Martin
Unknown: Dudley Stevens
Unknown: Leonard Sachs
Director: Alyn Ainsworth
Produced By: Barney Colehan

: FILM NIGHT

Late Night Line-Up's weekly look at the cinema with stars-previews-and a dig into the past
Introduced by Tony Bilbow with Philip Jenkinson
Editor, ROWAN AYERS

Contributors

Introduced By: Tony Bilbow
Unknown: Philip Jenkinson
Editor: Rowan Ayers








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