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: Cricket

The John Player League Essex v Yorkshire
Among the Essex stars are Keith Fletcher , Keith Boyce and Ray East. Yorkshire, with a formidable team including Geoff Boycott , could well improve on their record against Essex, whom they have not beaten in any competition since 1966.
During today's tea interval, at approximately 4.0 pm, Lord's Taverner Frank Bough reads England Their England by A. G. Macdonell.
DAVID VINE introduces the programme which includes news of all today's other cricket fixtures: Leicestershire v Hampshire
Middlesex v Northamptonshire Nottinghamshire v Derbyshire Surrey v Lancashire Sussex v Kent
Warwickshire v Worcestershire Commentators at the Colchester Garrison Ground JOHN ARLOTT and JIM LAKER
Television presentation' by DON SAYER and JOHN NORMAN
Series producer ALAN MOUNCER

Contributors

Unknown: Keith Fletcher
Unknown: Keith Boyce
Unknown: Ray East.
Unknown: Geoff Boycott
Unknown: Frank Bough
Unknown: A. G. MacDonell.
Introduces: David Vine
Unknown: John Arlott
Unknown: Jim Laker
Unknown: Don Sayer
Unknown: John Norman
Unknown: Alan Mouncer

: Closedown

: News Review

The best of the week's news film. For the deaf and hard of hearing a commentary appears visually. Presenter MICHAEL DE MORGAN
Producer BILL NORTHWOOD and Weather

: The Carol Burnett Show

A series played for laughs and with a song or two from Carol Burnett and her guests tonight
Imogene Coca , Robert Goulet With HARVEY KORMAN
LYLE WAGGONER , VICKI LAWRENCE THE ERNEST FLATT DANCERS
Musical director HARRY ZIMMERMAN Producer JOE HAMILTON Director DAVE POWERS

Contributors

Unknown: Carol Burnett
Unknown: Imogene Coca
Unknown: Robert Goulet
Unknown: With Harvey Korman
Unknown: Lyle Waggoner
Unknown: Vicki Lawrence
Dancers: The Ernest Flatt
Unknown: Harry Zimmerman
Unknown: Producer Joe Hamilton
Unknown: Director Dave

: The World About Us

Trans-African Hovercraft
Part 3: Land of Tchad
The Hovercraft arrives at Fort Lamy, capital of remote Tchad, to be met by the President. In the meantime a side expedition through the old African kingdom of Dahomey discovers a King and his female warriors - ' the Amazons of Abomey.'
From Fort Lamy the Hovercraft heads north along the Chari river to Lake Tchad, an inland sea as large as Wales and one of the least penetrated regions on earth. Written and narrated by JOHN STOCKBRIDGE
Producer BOB SAUNDERS
Executive producer BRIAN BRANSTON
A co-production" with Bayerischer Rundfunk
Expedition sponsored by The International Publishing Corporation

Contributors

Unknown: John Stockbridge
Unknown: Bob Saunders
Unknown: Brian Branston

: Music on 2

Where the Unspeakable is Sung
The True Flamenco with Manuel Morao
' Flamenco ' for the tourist is a world away from the genuine flamenco which for over a century has profoundly influenced the Spanish cultural scene. Perhaps surprisingly it still survives as a living force among the gypsies of Andalucia. This film traces its history and features some of its finest present-day interpreters, most of whom appear before the camera for the very first time. Singers FERNANDO TERREMOTO CHOCOLATE, LA PERLA DE CADIZ
AURELIO SELLE, FERNANDA DE UTRERA and ANTONIO MAIRENA Dancers EL FARRUCO and DIEGO DE MARGARA Narrator ALAN DOBIE
Photography DAVID FINDLAY Sound CHRISTIAN WANGLER Editing EDWARD ROBERTS Written and directed by TOM SCOTT ROBSON
Produced for BBC, CBC and BR by Document Productions Ltd.

Contributors

Unknown: Manuel Morao
Unknown: Edward Roberts
Directed By: Tom Scott Robson

: Where was Spring?

with Eleanor Bron John Fortune Music by the NORTH KENSINGTON
FESTIVAL WIND ENSEMBLE Arranged and directed by STANLEY MYERS
Written by JOHN FORTUNE and ELEANOR BRON Special photography by CLIVE ARROWSMITH
Script photography by JOHN JEFFORD Lighting by RITCHIE RICHARDSON Design by KEITH CHEETHAM
Directed by TERRY HUGHES

Contributors

Directed By: Stanley Myers
Written By: John Fortune
Written By: Eleanor Bron
Unknown: Clive Arrowsmith
Unknown: John Jefford
Unknown: Ritchie Richardson
Unknown: Keith Cheetham
Directed By: Terry Hughes

: The Way We Live Now

by ANTHONY TROLLOPE dramatised in five parts by SIMON RAVEN starring
Colin Blakely Rachel Gurney
Sir Felix's attempt at an elopement has failed miserably. Melmotte appears to be on the crest of a wave, but is involved in difficulties as a result of mortgaging Pickering Park.
Part 4: Melmotte Contra Mundum
Producer DAVID CONROY
Directed by JAMES CELLAN JONES

Contributors

Unknown: Simon Raven
Unknown: Colin Blakely
Unknown: Rachel Gurney
Unknown: David Conroy
Directed By: James Cellan Jones

: Film Night

Introduced by TONY BILBOW with PHILIP JENKINSON
Screenwriter Neil Simon talks on location in New York for The Out-of-Towners with Jack Lemmon and Sandy Dennis.
Special effects expert Ray Harry hausen demonstrates his craft, with examples from Mighty Joe Young, The Three Worlds of Gulliver, Jason and the Argonauts, and Valley of the Gwangi Director
SHELDON LARRY Producer BARRY BROWN Editor MICHAEL HILL

Contributors

Introduced By: Tony Bilbow
Unknown: Philip Jenkinson
Talks: Neil Simon
Unknown: Jack Lemmon
Unknown: Sandy Dennis.
Unknown: Ray Harry
Unknown: Sheldon Larry
Unknown: Barry Brown
Unknown: Michael Hill








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