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: Sunday Sport: International Swimming and Show Jumping

Introduced by Frank Bough
featuring
Six Nations International Swimming from the Sport Fondsedbad, Amsterdam
The second day of the Six Nations Swimming International. Britain's leading swimmers looking for a fifth consecutive win in this annual contest compete against swimmers from France, West Germany, Holland, Italy, and Sweden.
Television presentation by the Dutch Television Service

and
Badminton Horse Trials - Show Jumping
International horses and riders compete over the jumping course in the main arena during the afternoon's final stage of the Three Day Event to decide the winner of the 1970 Great Badminton Championship.
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: Frank Bough
Commentator (Six Nations International Swimming): Harry Walker
Commentator (Six Nations International Swimming): Max Robertson
Commentator (Badminton Horse Trials): Dorian Williams
Television Presentation (Badminton Horse Trials): Peter Bale
Sunday Sport presented for television by: Richard Tilling

: Closedown

: News Review

The best of the week's newsfilm.
For the deaf and hard of hearing a commentary appears visually

and Weather

Contributors

Presenter: Kenneth Kendall
Producer: Bill Northwood

: Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In

starring, as your hosts, Dan Rowan and Dick Martin
This week's star guest Danny Kaye
and featuring Arte Johnson, Ruth Buzzi, Henry Gibson, Goldie Hawn, Alan Sues, Jo Anne Worley, Teresa Graves, Pamela Rodgers, Jeremy Lloyd, Lily Tomlin, John Brown and Gary Owens
A Schlatter/Friendly production for NBC

Contributors

Comedian: Dan Rowan
Comedian: Dick Martin
Guest: Danny Kaye
Performer: Arte Johnson
Performer: Ruth Buzzi
Performer: Henry Gibson
Performer: Goldie Hawn
Performer: Alan Sues
Performer: Jo Anne Worley
Performer: Teresa Graves
Performer: Pamela Rodgers
Performer: Jeremy Lloyd
Performer: Lily Tomlin
Performer: John Brown
Performer: Gary Owens

: The World About Us: The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau: Night of the Squid

When the Calypso anchors over the spawning grounds of the Pacific Coast squid, Jacques Cousteau and his divers have a unique opportunity to make a study of the strange breeding behaviour. For three days thousands of squid concentrate in a frenzy of mating which provides some of the most remarkable film of the voyage.
Produced by Les Requins Associes and Metromedia Producers Corporation (from Bristol)

Contributors

Explorer/Narrator: Jacques Cousteau
Narrator: Hugh Falkus

: Music on 2: Music Now

Presented by Robin Ray

Sebastian Forbes was one of the four winners of the recent Radcliffe String Quartet Competition. Music Now looks at some of the influences which have shaped this young composer's work.

This year the Arts Council will spend nearly £4-million on subsidising music throughout the country and still it is not enough. Music Now goes to Bradford, York, and Teeside to see what the authorities there are, or are not, doing to bring music to their towns.

What music did the Pharaohs sing and dance to?
Mrs Maureen Barwise has recently decoded the hieroglyphics surrounding pictures of the musicians of ancient Egypt. She explains her work, and together with Dr Carl Dolmetsch, Maria Kaufmann, and John Truleaux, performs pieces taking us back 5,000 years.

Is East East?
The Ali Brothers from Pakistan display their stunning vocal virtuosity with Alla Rakha, tabla.

Josephine Nendick, in an interview with Robin Ray, demonstrates how East is nearer West these days when she sings examples from Luciano Berio and John Cage. She is accompanied at and on the piano by John Tilbury.

Contributors

Presenter/Interviewer: Robin Ray
Subject: Sebastian Forbes
Presenter/Musician (What music did the Pharaohs sing and dance to?): Maureen Barwise
Performer (What music did the Pharaohs sing and dance to?): Dr Carl Dolmetsch
Performer (What music did the Pharaohs sing and dance to?): Maria Kaufmann
Performer (What music did the Pharaohs sing and dance to?): John Truleaux
Singers (Is East East?): The Ali Brothers
Tabla (Is East East?): Alla Rakha
Interviewee: Josephine Nendick
Pianist: John Tilbury
Editor: William Fitzwater

: Charley's Grants

Written by John Fortune, John Wells and N.F. Simpson
Starring Hattie Jacques and Willoughby Goddard
with Keith Smith, Aubrey Morris, Diana King, Howard Goorney, Roland MacLeod, Olivia Breeze

Contributors

Writer: John Fortune
Writer: John Wells
Writer: N.F. Simpson
Music: Stanley Myers
Sound: Norman Greaves
Lighting: George Summers
Designer: Christine Ruscoe
Producer: Ian MacNaughton
Miss Manger: Hattie Jacques
Lord Charley: Willoughby Goddard
[Actor]: Keith Smith
Angus Black: Aubrey Morris
[Actress]: Diana King
[Actor]: Howard Goorney
[Actor]: Roland MacLeod
[Actress]: Olivia Breeze

: Daniel Deronda: Part 6: Destinies

by George Eliot
Dramatised in six parts by Alexander Baron
Starring Robert Hardy
and introducing Martha Henry

Gwendolen and Grandcourt have gone yachting to the Mediterranean. Daniel has brought Mirah and her brother Mordecai together. He has been told that his mother, whom he does not remember, has sent for him.

(Maxine Audley is in "Conduct Unbecoming" at the Queen's Theatre, London)
(Followed at 9.10 by a portrait of George Eliot, 'The Confessions of Marian Evans')

Contributors

Author: George Eliot
Dramatised by: Alexander Baron
Script Editor: Michael Voysey
Make-up: Sandra Hurll
Lighting: Peter Catlett
Designer: Susan Spence
Producer: David Conroy
Director: Joan Craft
Mr Grandcourt: Robert Hardy
Gwendolen Grandcourt: Martha Henry

: News Summary

: Line-Up: Film Night

Introduced by Tony Bilbow
With Philip Jenkinson
This week's guest John Mills

Contributors

Presenter: Tony Bilbow
Presenter: Philip Jenkinson
Guest: John Mills
Production: Barry Brown
Editor: Rowan Ayers








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