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: Play School

Fish Fly by ANNE CALONNE Presenters


Unknown: Julie Stevens
Unknown: Johnnie Silvo

: Closedown

: Cricket and Tennis

Benson and Hedges Cup: Semi-Final
Coverage of one of today's matches to decide which teams appear in the final at Lord's. and from 4.50
Wimbledon 1973
The Lawn Tennis Championships
A courtside view of the third day's play at the All England Club.
HARRY CARPENTER introduces the best of the matches on the Centre Court and on No. 1 Court, and provides the news and results from the outside courts.


Introduces: Harry Carpenter

: Look, Stranger

The Free Miners
Under the Forest of Dean there is coal, and certain men have the right to mine it. It is an ancient privilege, continued in spite of nationalisation. The mines are tiny-one man working underground by and for himself is common, ten is a large mine.
But the miners feel under attack at the moment. They have always exercised their rights to mine under the old laws and suddenly, they're being pulled into the world of planning regulations, enquiries and the Ministry of the Environment. As they say themselves: ' We are the environment in the Forest - if we go, so does its history.'
Executive producer JENNIFER JEREMY Director MICHAEL CROUCHER from Bristol


Producer: Jennifer Jeremy
Director: Michael Croucher

: Man Alive

American history doesn'go back very far-at least for the white man. It was only 100 years ago that the West was tamed, and the heroes of the legends are still with us - the buffaloes, the broncos, the Indians and the cowboys.
This is a story from the most famous legend of all, the Wild West; the story of a part Indian, part Canadian cowboy - Kenny McLean , the most successful cowboy Canada has ever bred. Kenny McLean is as famous for busting broncos, wrestling steers and roping calves as Bobby Charlton is for scoring goals and Geoff Boycott is for scoring centuries. In 13 years of risking his life in the rodeo ring Kenny McLean has earned$100,000 - not much more than Jack Nicklaus might hope to win for four afternoons' golf -but enough to make him a legend in his own lifetime.
Produced for the National Film Board of Canada by WOLF KOENIG Director JOSEPH REEVE Editor ADAM CLAPHAM


Reporters: Jeremy James
Unknown: Jeanne La Chard
Unknown: John Pitman
Unknown: Jack Pizzey
Unknown: Desmond Wilcox
Unknown: Harold Williamson
Unknown: Kenny McLean
Unknown: Kenny McLean
Unknown: Bobby Charlton
Unknown: Geoff Boycott
Unknown: Kenny McLean
Unknown: Jack Nicklaus
Unknown: Wolf Koenig
Director: Joseph Reeve

: Midweek Cinema: Mickey One

Warren Beatty with Hurd Hatfield , Alexandra Stewart and Franchot Tone
A Chicago nightclub entertainer is convinced he has committed some unnamed crime after a wild round of pleasure and gambling. He takes refuge among the down-and-outs of Skid Row and is given the name of Mickey One.
Producer and director ARTHUR PENN This Week's Films: page 9


Unknown: Warren Beatty
Unknown: Hurd Hatfield
Unknown: Alexandra Stewart
Unknown: Mickey One.
Director: Arthur Penn
Mickey: Warren Beatty
Jenny: Alexandra Stewart
Castle: Hurd Hatfield
Ruby Lapp: Franchot Tone
Berson: Teddy Hart
Fryer: Jeff Corey
The artist: Kamatari Fujiwara
The girl: Donna Michelle
Police captain: Ralph Foody
The evangelist: Norman Gottschalk
Employment agent: Dick Lucas
Cafeteria manager: Jack Goodman
Helen: Jeri Jensen
The singer: Charlene Lee

: Match of the Day

from Wimbledon The Lawn Tennis Championships
Recorded highlights of today's outstanding match. Comments by JACK KRAMER Introduced by HARRY CARPENTER


Unknown: Jack Kramer
Introduced By: Harry Carpenter

: News Extra

with John Edmunds ; Weather


Unknown: John Edmunds

: Closedown

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