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The John Player League Kent v Worcestershire From Canterbury
The new winners of the trophy will be decided today at Canterbury. Leicestershire, with all their matches played, are top of the League but if Kent can defeat the current champions Worcestershire this afternoon they will win the League, a purse of f2,000 and a winter tour of the West Indies. During the Tea Interval at 4.10* Profile of a Cricketer
Alan Knott (Kent and England) by JIM LAKER
MIKE CAREY introduces the programme which includes news of today's other matches.
Commentators at Canterbury JOHN ARLOTT and JIM LAKER
Television presentation by BILL TAYLOR and ROY NORTON Series producer BILL TAYLOR

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Knott
Unknown: Jim Laker
Introduces: Mike Carey
Presentation By: Bill Taylor
Presentation By: Roy Norton
Producer: Bill Taylor

: Praise the Lord

The final programme in the series -hymns and songs selected from last year's Songs of Praise programmes, from churches and chapels throughout Britain. The programme reflects the many different sorts of music being used today to celebrate the Christian faith.
Introduced by BARBARA MULLEN
Let all the world in every corner sing (Luckington)
Come thou long expected Jesus (Hyfrydol) Venite
Were you there when they crucified my Lord? (trad)
Jesus lives! thy terrors now (St Albinus)
Praise ye the Lord (Rutter)
Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us (Mannheim)
Sound the battle cry (Sherwin)
Forth in thy name, 0 Lord. I go (Song 34)
Producer RAYMOND SHORT

Contributors

Introduced By: Barbara Mullen

: News Review

The best of the week's film from all over the world, together with other subjects of interest.
For the deaf and hard of hearing a commentary appears visually.
with John Edmunds
and Weather

(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: John Edmunds
Producer: Bill Northwood

: Music on 2

From the Proms
BBC2 cameras were at the Royal Albert Hall recently to record the second of two Promenade Concerts with outstanding artists.
Hirovuki Iwaki conducts the NHK Symphony Orchestra of Japan in a performance of Mozart Violin Concerto in G major (K 216) with Masuko Ushioda (violin) The programme also includes Concerto for Orchestra by Akira Miyoshi
Introduced by ANTONY HOPKINS
Director roy TIPPING
(Part of the concert given on 3 Sept)

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Hall
Artists: Hirovuki Iwaki
Violin: Masuko Ushioda
Unknown: Akira Miyoshi
Introduced By: Antony Hopkins

: Romeo and Juliet

A ballet danced to the music of the Fantasy Overture by Tchaikovsky with Natalia Bessmertnova and Mikhail Lavrovsky and artists of the Bolshoi Ballet
A Soviet Television film

(Colour)

Contributors

Dancer: Natalia Bessmertnova
Dancer: Mikhail Lavrovsky
Dancers: Artists of the Bolshoi Ballet

: The World About Us: Man is my Name

A film by Pierre Gaisseau
Pierre Gaisseau (remembered for "The Sky Above, the Mud Below" which won him an Academy Award) parachuted with his camera into a previously unexplored region of New Guinea jungle. The aim of Gaisseau's drop was to study what would happen when primitive tribesmen were subjected to instant 'civilisation.'
Taking with them many artefacts of Western culture, Gaisseau and his 18-year-old son Nicholas started filming the action from the moment they left the plane.

(Colour)

Contributors

Producer/Director/Cameraman: Pierre Gaisseau
Cameraman: Nicholas Gaisseau
Narrator: Robert Dryden
Presented by: Brian Branston

: Mary

Rhymes and Reasons
Six programmes exploring different aspects of thought about living and loving. starring Mary Travers Part 4: Love with special guests Paul Williams and Lesley Duncan featuring Lord Shinwell, CH
Musical director JOHNNY PEARSON Designer LESLEY JOAN BREMNESS Producer STANLEY DORFMAN

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Williams
Unknown: Lesley Duncan
Director: Johnny Pearson
Designer: Lesley Joan
Producer: Stanley Dorfman

: The Roads to Freedom: The Defeated: 12: 16 June 1940 - Afternoon

by Jean-Paul Sartre
Dramatised in 13 parts by David Turner
Starring Michael Bryant, Daniel Massey

Mathieu's unit has been deserted by the officers and the men are getting drunk awaiting capture. Mathieu decides to join them.

Contributors

Author: Jean-Paul Sartre
Dramatised by: David Turner
Producer: David Conroy
Director: James Cellan Jones
Mathieu: Michael Bryant
Longin: John Cater
Guicciolli: Paul Henry
Latex: Peter Wyatt
Grimaud: Robert Davis
Menard: David Hargreaves
Charlot: Freddie Earlle
Daniel: Daniel Massey
Philippe: Simon Ward
Pinette: Norman Rossington
Post girl: Clare Sutcliffe
Nippert: Christian Rodska
Old man: Arthur Brough
Schoolmaster: Blake Butler
Woman: Shirley Cooklin
Luberon: Christopher Heywood
Bearded soldier: Michael Goldie
Lieutenant: Michael Elphick
Sergeant Closson: James Appleby
Clapot: Donald Webster
Dandieu: Daniel Moynihan
Chasseriau: Stephen Yardley

: Late Night Line-Up: Protest or Anarchy?

Anthony Wedgwood Benn, MP v William Rees-Mogg on the right of groups or individuals to challenge the law.
'Millions of people in Britain... will in their hearts respect men who would rather go to jail than betray their fellow workers and the principles they hold.' (Wedgwood Benn 22.7.72)
'Once there is widespread rejection of the conventions of constitutional democracy there will be a competition in force which in the end will either be met by greater force or will destroy society.' (The Times 28.7.72)
Viewers can take part by telephone in this programme by sending their questions together with name and telephone number on a postcard to: Protest or Anarchy? Late Night Line-Up, [address removed]

Contributors

Panellist: Anthony Wedgwood Benn
Panellist: William Rees-Mogg
Editor: Rowan Ayers

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