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: Play School

Dressing-Up Day Today's story is
' The Tale of the Donkey's Tail by WILMA HORSBRUGH Presenters


Unknown: Julie Stevens

: Closedown

: Medicine Today

Inspection of a Newborn Baby

: Closedown

: Square Two

10: Making Chance Work


Presented By: Stewart Gartside

: Interval

: Open University

7.5 Science
10: Covalent Compounds

: Newsroom

with Peter Woods Weather


Unknown: Peter Woods

: International Golf United States v The World

Britain's greatest golfer plays for the first time in a us v World series:
Gay Brewer v Tony Jacklin
(us) (Great Britain) at St Andrews
In the second match of this new 13-match series on great British and Irish courses, Jacklin, British Open champion of 1969 and us Open champion of 1970, meets the American Ryder Cup player who won the us Masters, then twice in succession became Alcan ' Golfer of the Year.' They play on the historic Old Course at the Home of Golf, where in 1967 Brewer won a world-record prize of £23,000 in the Alcan.
Prize-money:$4,000 to the winner $2,000 to the loser
The series score: us 0, World 1 Commentator HENRY LONGHURST
Assistant producer BOB ABRAHAMS Producer PHIL PILLEY


Unknown: Tony Jacklin
Commentator: Henry Longhurst
Producer: Bob Abrahams
Producer: Phil Pilley

: Collector's World

Items of interest, information, and investigation for collectors about collecting. Today including: The Worcester Birds of Dorothy Doughty
Some viewers' questions answered Introduced by HUGH SCULLY and JAMES NORBURY
Directors ROBIN DRAKE and PAUL SMITH Producer JOHN KING (from Bristol)


Introduced By: Hugh Scully
Directors: Robin Drake
Directors: Paul Smith
Producer: John King

: Hollywood Star Parade What Price Glory

James Cagney Corinne Calvet Dan Dailey
John Ford 's remake of a World War I story which had already been a highly successful film of the silent era.
Dan Dailey and James Cagney play two hard-boiled professional soldiers given the job of making fighting men of the callow youths arriving in France. Captain Flagg and Sergeant Quirt are old sparring partners, perpetually at each other's throat, yet loving to hate each other.
Both Cagney and Dailey came from a background of vaudeville dancing and both have made their names largely in straight dramatic roles-although Cagney won an Oscar for his performance in Yankee Doodle Dandy.
Directed by JOHN FORD
(This Week's Films: page »


Unknown: James Cagney
Unknown: Corinne Calvet
Unknown: Dan Dailey
Unknown: John Ford
Unknown: Dan Dailey
Unknown: James Cagney
Directed By: John Ford
Captain Flagg: James Cagney
Charmaine: Corinne Calvet
Sergeant Quirt: Dan Dailey
Corporal Kiper: William Demarest
Lt Aldrich: Craig Hill
Lewisohn: Robert Wagner
Nicole: Marisa Pavan
Lt Moore: Casey Adams
General Cokely: James Gleason
Lipinsky: Wally Vernon
Cognac Pete: Henri Letondal
Lt Schmidt: Fred Libby

: Late Night Line-Up



Unknown: Joan Bakewell
Unknown: Michael Dean
Unknown: Tony Bilbow
Unknown: Sheridan Morley
Editor: Rowan Ayers

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