Story: Sam's Song of the Road Written by PETER CHARLTON Presenters
MIRANDA CONNELL , DON SPENCER
Pianist WILLIAM BLEZARD
Photography JAMES MATTHEWS JOYCE Designer JANET BUDDEN
Scriptwriter and director PETER CHARLTON Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
The John Player Classic 1972 played over the Ailsa Course,
The conclusion of the third round of this the richest golf event in Europe. It carries a minimum prize fund of £51,000 with awards of £15,000 to the winner and even the lowest placed player of some 30 competitors receiving £400.
with Richard Whitmore ; Weather
If Labour Win
Next week the Labour Party gathers in Blackpool to discuss its programme for its next term of office. But if there is a new Labour Government in the near future can we afford that programme? Does Labour have a policy for wages as well as prices? Could Labour halt inflation and create growth? And does the record of the Labour Government of 1964-1970 indicate Labour's ability to manage the economy?
BRIAN WIDLAKE and ROBERT MCKENZIE talk to the men responsible for Labour's programme, including Party Chairman
Anthony Wedgwood Benn , MP Presented by BRIAN WIDLAKE With ROBERT MCKENZIE
PAUL GRIFFITHS , DAVID TAYLOR
Associate producer PETER DUNKLEY Executive producer JOHN DEKKER
with Percy Thrower from Clacks Farm, Ombersley, Worcestershire Fruit
This is the time for fruit gathering - particularly apples. And PERCY THROWER looks again at strawberries and at the raspberries and blackcurrants which he pruned in August.
Producer BILL DUNCALF
with Donald Bisset as William Cobbett and Christopher Brasher as himself
Man was not born always to be at work
An entertainment in songs, words and music, based on the writings and travels of WILLIAM COBBETT -farmer, soldier, mp and journalist. He rode around England 150 years ago. He was the originator of Hansard and editor of a weekly newspaper. The government imprisoned him for his outspokenness.
Are his attitudes even more relevant today than they were in his own time?
The Judge played by CAMERON MILLER
Film cameraman NIGEL WALTERS Film editor PETER BARBER Producer JOHN BIRD
(' People ought to be happy here': pages 10-11)
with Colin Welland and Ian Wooldridge
The actor-playwright and the sportswriter-of-the-year continue their fresh look at the world of sport.
The Hottest Seat in Sport
It is occupied by Lord Killaninnew president of the International Olympic Committee. Back from the trials, tribulations and tragedies of Munich to his native Ireland - where sport has suffered more blows from politics and violence-he looks at the future of international sport.
And he discusses the changes that must be made if the Olympic movement is to be saved from the dangers which now threaten to destroy it.
Directors TERRY LONG. BOB ABRAHAMS Assistant editor KEN HAWKES Editor PHIL PILLEY
Pornography, Sex and Freedom
A programme in which viewers can take part by telephone in a confrontation between Malcolm Muggeridge , author of the broadcasting section of the Longford Report on Pornography, and Bernard Levin, journalist and author.
Editor ROW AN AYERS
(Viewers can take part by telephone in this programme, by sending their questions, together with name and telephone number, on a postcard to: Pornography, Sex and Freedom, Late Night Line-Up, BBC Television Centre, London W12 7RJ)