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The John Player League Hampshire v Kent direct from Portsmouth
It must be difficult for any county to feel confident about the outcome of a match against a side as powerful as Kent. But Hampshire are well placed in the League and are a very able side with the added advantage of the brilliant Barry Richards.
During the tea interval at 4.10* Profile of a Cricketer
Derek Underwood (Kent and England) by JOHN ARLOTT
DESMOND LYNAM introduces the programme which includes news of all today's other fixtures.
Commentators at Portsmouth JOHN ARLOTT and JIM LAKER
TV presentation BILL TAYLOR , ROY NORTON Series producer BILL TAYLOR

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Richards.
Unknown: Derek Underwood
Unknown: John Arlott
Introduces: Desmond Lynam
Unknown: Bill Taylor
Unknown: Roy Norton
Producer: Bill Taylor

: Closedown

: News Review

with Michael De Morgan
and Weather

Contributors

Presenter: Michael de Morgan
Producer: Bill Northwood

: The World About Us

Death of a Legend
Since the first white men entered Canada the stories of the wolf's ferocity have multiplied. Man's fear and ignorance have led him to hunt the animal mercilessly. Narrated by MICHAEL GRIFFITHS
Produced by the National Film Board of Canada
Presented by NED KELLY (from Bristol) (Wolves like to be loved: pages 8-9)

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Griffiths
Presented By: Ned Kelly

: At Your Service

An unusual visit to service locations throughout England to bring original and traditional entertainment adapted from the skills of the Armed Services.
The King's Troop, Royal Horse Artillery: Premier Regiment of the British Army The Red Arrows
Royal Artillery Motor Cycle Team The Red Devils and Black Knights The contemporary sounds of Perfect, Pure and Innocent The Acrobats
The Blue Eagles with Edward a helicopter ballet
A Musical Drive of Armour 2nd Royal Tank Regiment
Mast Manning: a traditional finale by the juniors of HMS Ganges Commentator
HARRY CARPENTER
Music played by the BAND OF HM COLDSTREAM GUARDS conducted by MAJOR TREVOR L. SHARPE. MBK Director of Music, Coldstream Guards Producer KEN GRIFFIN

Contributors

Unknown: Harry Carpenter
Conducted By: Major Trevor L. Sharpe.
Producer: Ken Griffin

: Music on 2

Barenboim plays Chopin
The celebrated pianist's recital includes
Fantasie in F minor, Op 49 Berceuse in D flat, Op 57 Waltz in E minor
Barcarolle in F sharp, Op 60 Nocturne in F sharp, Op 15 Polonaise in A flat, Op 53
Designer MICHAEL YOUNG Producer PATRICIA FOY

Contributors

Designer: Michael Young
Producer: Patricia Foy

: Demolition

An old wall comes down and the camera catches every detail of its destruction and the mood of its destroyers.
Producer DAVID GLADWELL

Contributors

Producer: David Gladwell

: The Roads to Freedom

by JEAN PAUL SARTRE , dramatised in 13 parts by DAVID TURNER starring Michael Bryant
Daniel Massey , Georgia Brown The Age of Reason
Mathieu is trying to arrange an abortion for his mistress Marcelle, and needs money quickly. He takes Ivich to an art exhibition and kisses her for the first time.
Part 2: 16 June 1938 - Afternoon
Producer DAVID CONROY
Director JAMES CELLAN JONES

Contributors

Unknown: Jean Paul Sartre
Unknown: David Turner
Unknown: Michael Bryant
Unknown: Daniel Massey
Producer: David Conroy
Ivich: Alison Fiske
Mathieu: Michael Bryant
Male art-lover: Mischa de la Motte
Female art-Iover: Billie Hill
Daniel: Daniel Massey
Boris: Anthony Corlan
Lola: Georgia Brown
Odette: Anna Fox
Rose: Bella Emberg
Jacques: Clifford Rose
Marcelle: Rosemary Leach
Middle-aged man: Charles Lloyd Pack
Fair youth: Anthony Pinhorn
Bobby: Roger Lloyd Pack
Brunet: Donald Burton

: 'This Little Thing with Me and Spassky'

That's what American Bobby Fischer calls what could be the most exciting clash in the history of chess when he challenges Russia's Boris Spassky for the world title.
James Burke reports from Reykjavik, Iceland, on the World Chess Championship, which starts today.
This is a rare chance to meet a man who has been called a genius, a man who lives for chess, a man obsessed by the game since the age of 9. In an exclusive interview Bobby Fischer talks about his sensational career and his belief that he has been unofficial champion for the past ten years.
Also taking part: Bent Larsen (Denmark), Svetozar Gligoric (Yugoslavia)

(It Is hoped that there will be regular progress reports from Iceland throughout the championship)

Contributors

Presenter: James Burke
Chess player/Interviewee: Bobby Fischer
Chess player: Boris Spassky
Interviewee: Bent Larsen
Interviewee: Svetozar Gligoric
Film Editor: Raoul Sobel
Producer: Robert E. Toner

: Up Sunday

Line-Up takes a last look at the week with James Cameron, Kenny Everett, Clive James, William Rushton, John Wells ...among others

Contributors

Performer: James Cameron
Performer: Kenny Everett
Performer: Clive James
Performer: William Rushton
Performer: John Wells
Editor: Rowan Ayers








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