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: Open University

8.30-8.55 Closedown

: Open Door

Musicians' Action Group Jazz ... Nobody's Child

: Cricket: The John Player League: Gloucestershire v Derbyshire

Today's fixture at the County Ground, Bristol, brings together two of the most exciting personalities in current international cricket: Mike Procter, the brilliant South African all-rounder, and Laurence Rowe, the dynamic West Indian batsman. Commentators John Arlott and Jim Laker.
During the tea interval at 4.10*:
Talking Cricket: Rev Canon Richard Tydeman, M.A., Hon. Chaplain to the Lord's Taverners, proposes the Health of The Guests at the Taverners' Christmas Lunch. Introduced by Frank Bough.

Contributors

Cricketer: Mike Procter
Cricketer: Laurence Rowe
Commentator: John Arlott
Commentator: Jim Laker
Speaker (Talking Cricket): Rev. Canon Richard Tydeman
Presenter (Talking Cricket): Frank Bough
Television Presentation: Alan Mouncer
Television Presentation: Bob Duncan
Series Producer: Bill Taylor

: News Review

with Richard Baker
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Baker
Editor: Bill Northwood

: The World About Us

Gaucho
The gaucho is Argentina's version of the cowboy. But while the cowboy of North American legend disappeared long ago, in some parts of Argentina the gaucho remains very much as he always was: tough, proud, independent, with his own half-savage code of conduct.
On a cattle ranch in the remote north-eastern province of Corrientes, the gaucho has changed least of all. He dresses like the gauchos of 100 years ago and retains old customs and skills at horse-breaking and cattle-herding.
Four hundred miles to the south, near the big city of Buenos Aires, the gaucho cult has become sophisticated and self-conscious. Narrator JORGE DURRIEU
Film editor PETER BARBER Producer JULIAN COOPER
Series editors ANTHONY ISAACS and CHRISTOPHER PARSONS
The gaucho machismo: page 5

Contributors

Narrator: Jorge Durrieu
Producer: Julian Cooper
Editors: Anthony Isaacs
Editors: Christopher Parsons

: Tribute to a Badman

starring James Cagney with Irene Papas , Don Dubbins Stephen McNally , Vic Morrow
Rodock, a Wyoming horse-breeder, is a headstrong man who allows no justice to horse thieves - only a rope and a tree.
Director ROBERT WISE
This Week's Films: page 9

Contributors

Unknown: James Cagney
Unknown: Irene Papas
Unknown: Don Dubbins
Unknown: Stephen McNally
Unknown: Vic Morrow
Director: Robert Wise
Jeremy Rodock: James Cagney
Steve Miller: Don Dubbins
McNulty: Stephen McNally
Jocasta Constantine: Irene Papas
Lars Peterson: Vic Morrow
Barjak: James Griffith
Hearn: Onslow Stevens
L A Peterson: James Bell
Mrs Peterson: Jeanette Nolan
Baldy: Chubby Johnson
Abe: Royal Dane
Fat Jones: Lee van Cleef

: The Carnforth Practice

with Michael Elwyn as The Hon Greville Carnforth in The Tattered Anarchist by ERIC PRINGLE
Greville is caught in the fire of a highly individualistic shepherd bent on pulling down the preserved world of a retired colonel ...
Series devised by COLIN MORRIS and DIANE CAMPBELL Designer KEITH CHEETHAM Producer COLIN MORRIS Director COLIN CANT

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Elwyn
Unknown: Eric Pringle
Unknown: Colin Morris
Unknown: Diane Campbell
Designer: Keith Cheetham
Producer: Colin Morris
Director: Colin Cant
Col Nigel Douglas: Campbell Singer
Norman Coniston: Harry Markham
Catherine Douglas: Wendy Gifford
Marion Douglas: Daphne Oxenford
Angela: Caroline Whitaker
Tourist: Des Flanagan
Tourist's wife: Rita Howard
Tim: Brian Gilbert
Wally Scott: Godfrey James
Gaunt: Neville Jason
Magistrate: Hugh Morton
Clerk of the Court: John Devaut
Police Constable: Martin Scott
Judge: John Stuart

: News on 2

Weather

: The Big Bands

A series of programmes featuring the best in big band music. This week
Duke Ellington and his Orchestra DUKE ELLINGTON (piano)
MERCER ELLINGTON
HAROLD JOHNSON , JOHN COLES BARRY LEE HALL (trumpets)
CHUCK CONNORS , VINCE PRUDENTE ART BARON (trombones)
HAROLD MINERVE, PERCY MARION
HARRY CARNEY , PAUL GONSALVES
HAROLD ASHBY , RUSSELL PROCOPE (saxophones)
JOE BENJAMIN (bass)
QUENTIN WHITE (drums) ANITA MOORE (vocals)
Sound LEN SHOREY
Lighting BILL MILLAR Designer DON TAYLOR
Producer STANIEY. DORFMAN
(Duke Ellington appears by arrangement with Robert Paterson )

Contributors

Piano: Mercer Ellington
Piano: Harold Johnson
Piano: John Coles
Unknown: Barry Lee
Unknown: Chuck Connors
Unknown: Vince Prudente
Unknown: Percy Marion
Unknown: Harry Carney
Unknown: Paul Gonsalves
Unknown: Harold Ashby
Unknown: Russell Procope
Producer: Staniey. Dorfman
Unknown: Robert Paterson

: Westminster

A close look at the politicians, the tactics and progress of Parliament.

: Closedown









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