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: Play School

Today's story is "The Magic Bubble" by Ron Riches
Presenters this week Julie Stevens, Rick Jones

(Colour)

Contributors

Author (The Magic Bubble): Ron Riches
Presenter: Julie Stevens
Presenter: Rick Jones

: Closedown

: Cricket and Tennis

Second Test Match England v Australia Fourth day
Further coverage up to the close of play direct from Lord's
Introduced by Peter West

and from 3.15:
Wimbledon 1972: The Lawn Tennis Championships
direct from the All England Club
The opening day of the world's greatest Open tennis tournament. BBC outside broadcast cameras bring you the best of the action on the Wimbledon show courts, featuring The First Round of the Men's Singles Championship
with commentaries by Dan Maskell, Jack Kramer, Bill Knight and David Vine
Harry Carpenter provides the news, comment and all the outside court results.

Contributors

Presenter (Cricket): Peter West
Commentary Team (Cricket): Richie Benaud
Commentary Team (Cricket): Jim Laker
Commentary Team (Cricket): Denis Compton
Television Presentation (Cricket): David Kenning
Television Presentation (Cricket): Nick Hunter
Commentator (Wimbledon): Dan Maskell
Commentator (Wimbledon): Jack Kramer
Commentator (Wimbledon): Bill Knight
Commentator (Wimbledon): David Vine
Presenter (Wimbledon): Harry Carpenter
Television Presentation (Wimbledon): Alan Mouncer
Television Presentation (Wimbledon): Richard Tilling
Television Presentation (Wimbledon): Bob Duncan
Television Presentation (Wimbledon): Fred Viner
Television Presentation (Wimbledon): Dewi Griffiths
Television Presentation (Wimbledon): Jonathan Martin
Producer (Wimbledon): A.P. Wilkinson

: Interval

: Newsroom

with Clive Jacobs
Reporting the world tonight
Weather

Contributors

Newsreader: Clive Jacobs

: High Chaparral: The Widow from Red Rock

Some of the best from one of the best Western film series ever made.

Buck falls for the charms and wiles of a new neighbour and even the risk of a feud with his brother will not deter him - until it is nearly too late.

Contributors

Big John: Leif Erickson
Buck: Cameron Mitchell
Billy Blue: Mark Slade
Victoria: Linda Cristal
Manolito: Henry Darrow
Melanie Cawthorne: Patricia Barry
Romero: Carlos Romero
Sam Butler: Don Collier

: His Lordship Entertains

A comedy series in six parts by JONATHAN COBBALD , starring
and featuring
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4: Chrome Hall Hotel badly needs something to attract the visitors. How about a Safari Park?
With COLIN BEAN
FRANK LESTER , STELLA KEMBALL and the voice of PERCY EDWARDS
Music MAX HARRIS
Designer DAVID CHANDLER Producer HAROLD SNOAD

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Cobbald
Unknown: Colin Bean
Unknown: Frank Lester
Unknown: Stella Kemball
Unknown: Percy Edwards
Music: Max Harris
Designer: David Chandler
Producer: Harold Snoad
Lord Rustless: Ronnie Barker
Bates: Josephine Tewson
Dithers: David Jason
Cook: Mary Baxter
Effie: Moira Foot
Badge: Frank Gatliff
Mrs Ringer: Mary Merrall
Sir Geoffrey Quick: Anthony Sharp
Ministry Official: John Moore

: Horizon: The Crab Nebula

The history of the Crab more closely resembles a tale of mystery and imagination than a sober scientific recital
When a leading astronomer said this ten years ago, even he could not have forecast the twists and turns in the plot of the detective story that were to follow. In the study of this one object in the sky we see reflected the whole of modern astronomy, and, in more human terms, the joy of scientists in tackling a never-ending puzzle. The story begins in the year 1054 when a Chinese astronomer saw a guest-star '- almost certainly the cataclysmic destruction of a star whose remains are now the Crab. It ends with the question: is this the death that makes life possible?
"A revealing insight into the work of the men and women who study the skies" (Daily Telegraph) "A fascinating study" (The Observer)

Contributors

Narrator: Paul Vaughan
Film editor: Keith Sheather
Editor: Peter Goodchild
Producer: Alec Nisbett

: Tennis and Cricket

Match of the Day from Wimbledon: The Lawn Tennis Championships
Highlights of today's outstanding match on the first day's play.
Jack Kramer comments on the action, which is introduced by Harry Carpenter.

Second Test Match: England v Australia
Richie Benaud introduces highlights

Contributors

Commentator (Match of the Day): Jack Kramer
Presenter (Match of the Day): Harry Carpenter
Presented by (Match of the Day): Huw Jones
Presented by (Match of the Day): Jeff Goddard
Executive Producer (Match of the Day): A.P. Wilkinson
Presenter/Commentator (Cricket): Richie Benaud
Commentator (Cricket): Jim Laker
Commentator (Cricket): Peter West
Commentator (Cricket): Denis Compton
TV Presentation (Cricket): Nick Hunter
TV Presentation (Cricket): Roy Norton
Producer (Cricket): David Kenning








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