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: Open University

8.30-8.55 Closedown

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: Cricket

The John Player League
Yorkshire v Nottinghamshire
Last season Yorkshire finished runners-up to Kent in the League and, while playing well enough to be in the upper regions of the table this season, they seem too far behind to catch the leaders and their struggle will be for the third place prize money. Notts on the other hand have had a singularly unsuccessful season, but any side that has the great GARY SOBERS playing for them is capable of many a surprise.
During the tea interval at 4.10* : Talking Cricket
JOHN ARLOTT talks with BILL VOCE, one of the legendary figures of Notts cricket, who for many years formed the other half of England's fast bowling attack with Harold Larwood.
PETER WALKER introduces the programme which includes news from today's other matches.
Commentators at Scarborough JIM LAKER and OSSIE WHEATLEY
Television presentation
BILL TAYLOR and JOHNNIE WATHERSTONE Series producer BILL TAYI.OR

Contributors

Talks: John Arlott
Unknown: Harold Larwood.
Introduces: Peter Walker
Unknown: Bill Taylor
Unknown: Johnnie Watherstone

: News Review

A digest of the news of the week and other world matters of interest seen by news cameras around the world. The interesting, the picturesque, the important and the dramatic-plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. with Richard Baker
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Baker
Editor: Bill Northwood

: They Sold a Million

with The Young Generation starring Vince Hill
A series presenting the songs, the singers and the shows that have sold that magic million. This week's guests Gilbert O'Sullivan Johnny Nash with ALYN AINSWORTH
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Two million-sellers from the youthful Gilbert O'Sullivan - 'Alone again (naturally)' and ' Who was it,' while Johnny Nash's golden success came with the 1969 hit 'I can see clearly now.'
Choreographer NIGEL LYTHGOE Musical arrangements by ALYN AINSWORTH. JOHNNY COLEMAN
ERNIE DUNSTALL and ALAN ROPER
Script ROY TUVF. Y and MAURICE SELLAR Designer KENNETH SHARP
Producers STEWART MORRIS STANLEY DORFMAN

Contributors

Unknown: Gilbert O'Sullivan
Unknown: Johnny Nash
Unknown: Ernie Dunstall
Unknown: Alan Roper
Script: Roy Tuvf.
Script: Maurice Sellar
Designer: Kenneth Sharp
Producers: Stewart Morris
Producers: Stanley Dorfman

: The World About Us

King Carnival in Trinidad and Tobago
Narrated by Andrew SALKEY
In the streets 100,000 people jumping up to the infectious rhythms of steelbands, in the costumes of Romans, clouds, Donald Ducks , stormtroopers, Zulus, devils, anything a fertile imagination can devise and skilled hands create - that's Carnival in Trinidad.
But beneath the fantastic spectacle there lies a history of cultural struggle. The influences of Europe, of India, and above all Africa are reflected in customs and ceremonies still alive in Trinidad today.
The insistent, joyful music, stunning costumes and immense crowds make it a perfect TV spectacle; Horace Ovi 's film shows it to be that, and much more ... (Sunday TIMES) Director HORACE ove Producer COLIN Luke
Series editors ANTHONY ISAACS and CHRISTOPHER PARSONS

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Salkey
Unknown: Donald Ducks
Unknown: Horace Ovi
Editors: Anthony Isaacs
Editors: Christopher Parsons

: Joan Sutherland

The Italians call her 'La Stupenda ' because she has one of the greatest voices of the century. Now at the height of her career, Joan Sutherland talks to Bernard Levin and sings scenes from some of her most celebrated roles.
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra leader ERICH GRUENBERG conducted by Richard Bonynge
Designer SPENCER CHAPMAN Producer PATRICIA FOY

Contributors

Unknown: La Stupenda
Talks: Joan Sutherland
Unknown: Bernard Levin
Leader: Erich Gruenberg
Conducted By: Richard Bonynge
Designer: Spencer Chapman
Producer: Patricia Foy

: Aqua-Cops

A car nose-dives into a flooded quarry. A case for investigation by the Underwater Search Unit of the Lancashire Police.
Director TIM KING

Contributors

Director: Tim King

: The Double Dealers

Headhunt by JON ROLLASON starring Ray Barrett
Prunella Ransome , Paul Seed with Carmen Silvera
Ray McAnally , James Bree and Gillian Raine
One of Burch's oldest friends has to be persuaded to work for a company abroad. Burch knows where persuasion ends and coercion begins. But does anyone else?
Series created by JOHN ELLIOT and STEPHEN BARLAY Script editor GRAHAM Williams Designer GRAHAM OAKLEY Producer KEITH Williams Director ROGER JENKINS

Contributors

Unknown: Jon Rollason
Unknown: Ray Barrett
Unknown: Prunella Ransome
Unknown: Carmen Silvera
Unknown: Ray McAnally
Unknown: James Bree
Unknown: Gillian Raine
Unknown: John Elliot
Unknown: Stephen Barlay
Editor: Graham Williams
Designer: Graham Oakley
Producer: Keith Williams
Director: Roger Jenkins
Sally Hawke: Gillian Raine
Geoffrey Burch: Ray Barrett
Gordon Hawke: James Bree
Holzman: Ray McAnally
Holzman's secretary: Angela Pitt
Kate Trehair: Prunella Ransome
Frank Orchard: Paul Seed
Stenning: Peter Dennis
Webby: Carmen Silvera
Miss Farley: Gaye Brown

: Closedown









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