Dressing-Up Day Today's'story is
' Grandfather's Joke' by ANN REAY Presenters
A second start in mathematics 20: Calculus by computer? Presented by BILL COLEMAN
Devised by ALBERT LAWRANCE Directed by ROBERT CLAMP
with Peter Woods reporting the world tonight with the BBC's reporters and correspondents at home and abroad Weather
Harry Carpenter introduces a preview of next week's Championships.
In action and discussing prospects. Rod Laver , John Newcombe Roger Taylor , Arthur Ashe
Margaret Court , Rosemary Casals Virginia Wade , Evonne Goolagong In the Studio: Jack Kramer Dan Maskell , Ann Jones
The Fashions: presented by designer Teddy Tinling ; worn by Winnie Shaw , Julie Heldman and other leading players'
The Feuds: Lamar Hunt , Texan millionaire who has the world's top players under contract, talks of his controversial role in tennis and of the clash of interests between the pro's and the amateur officials. In the studio: Mike Davies (World Championship Tennis Inc) and Derek Hardwick (International Lawn Tennis Federation)
Studio director FRED VINER Editor KEN HAWKES
Executive producer PHIL PILLEY
covers the world of motor sport
The most spectacular sports car event in the world, the 24 hour race at Le Mans, ended on Sunday and from the famous Sarthe circuit Barrie Gill reports on who won and why.
In the Isle of Man TT races last week, GIACOMO AGOSTINI was out to win his tenth world championship. Murray Walker follows Agostini through the best of the TT action, and with GEOFF DUKE , motor-cycle king of the island, takes a new look at the dangers and the excitement of this week-long 38 mile contest round the roads of the Isle of Man.
Directors TONY SALMON , CHRIS BERRY
Producer JOHN MILLS
Editor BRIAN ROBINS
(The man who won Le Mans: page 9)
Cary Grant , Jeanne Crain with Finlay Currie
Hume Cronyn , Walter Slezak
Dr Praetorius, lecturer in medicine in an American university, also runs his own clinic. His somewhat unorthodox methods, combined with rumours of ' miracle healing' in his past, gain him the jealousy of certain faculty members.
Based on a German stage and film success, the story of the unusual Dr Praetorius has been adapted by Joseph Mankiewicz as a social comedy with plenty of the well-turned lines that are his trade mark.
Written for the screen and directed by JOSEPH L. MANKIEWICZ Produced by DARRYL F. ZANUCK (This Week's Films: page 9)
Dr Noah Praetorius:
Dean Lyman Brockwell:
A special edition in which David Frost talks to the man who initiated the Black Power movement in America, Stokely Carmichael.
(On BBC1 at 9.20 tomorrow, the start of Frost Over America)