Story: The Garage by ANNA HOME
Presenters this week
Carmen Munroe , Don Spencer
' Every contract between a club and a professional player should be for a definite period, at the end of which each party should be free to renew it.'
'When an apprentice signs as a professional player ... he should be free to sign for any club.'-
The 1968 Chester Report on football recommended sweeping changes in the game. In the opening week of the new season, Eamon Dunphy of Millwall examines the response of the league and the clubs. In the studio Michael Dean talks to some of the game's strongest voices.
Producer PETER CARR
Some of the best from one of the best
Western film series ever made The Hair Hunter
An unscrupulous miner offers a reward for Apache scalps and the Cannons must prove that they are not responsible in order to maintain peace.
A musical quiz Joseph Cooper as question-master invites you to match your musical wits against Polly Elwes , Robin Ray Richard Baker Guest musician Rafael Orozco
Director DENIS MORIARTY Producer WALTER TODDS
An outside broadcast starring
Leslie Crowther and The Young Generation Guest stars
Peters and Lee Olivia Newton-John Keith Harris
Choreographer NIGEL LYTHGOE
ALYN AINSWORTH and his Orchestra Producer MICHAEL HURLL
Recorded in the COTTLE AND AUSTEN CIRCUS BIG top at Pontin's Holiday Camp. Pakefield, Suffolk
(Leslie Crowther and Keith Harris are appearing at the Cliffs Pavilion, South-end-on-Sea; Peters and Lee are appearing at Pontin's Camps)
21 March 1945: the date of one of the RAF's most daring and difficult low-level raids.
The target: Shell House in the centre of Copenhagen, which the Gestapo had commandeered as their headquarters. Here they were collecting more and more damaging information about the Danish Resistance which was in danger of being wiped out.
To destroy the Gestapo records meant precision bombing at its most accurate, for not only was Shell House in the middle of a heavily populated area but the Germans had put captured Resistance leaders in cells on the top floor - as hostages against possible attack from the air.
Air Chief Marshal Sir Basil Embry, other senior RAF officers who took part in the raid and wartime members of the Danish Resistance tell of the success - and tragedy - of that day.
The Commanders - Marshal of the RAF Sir Arthur Harris: Tues, 9.25 pm BBC1.
The Shell raid: a justifiable risk?: p 12
with John Edmunds Weather