with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
Presented by Michael Charlton and Charles Wheeler with Richard Kershaw
Newsreader Peter Woods
Editor JOHN TISDALL
The Bing Crosby Cup Great Britain v USA
Bing Crosby and Henry Longhurst introduce the second match in this new series especially recorded for BBC2. Featuring
Tony Jacklin and Jimmy Tarbuck v
Johnny Miller and Efrem Zimbalist Jr
SEAN CONNERY beat BING CROSBY to draw first blood for Great Britain in this series. Now the Americans match their demon putter against the considerable skills of golfing fanatic JIMMY TARBUCK.
PETER ALLISS provides the commentary on this four-ball match which is played over nine selected holes of the King's Course at Glen-eagles Hotel.
Television presentation by RICHARD TILLING FRED VINER and ALASTAIR SCOTT Producer A.p. WILKINSON
A series of eight programmes Heat 2: Wales
Phil Drabble and Eric Halsall introduce the second programme in this series of Television Sheepdog Trials at Loweswater. Rain and wind make the sheep particularly stubborn and difficult to handle as three top shepherds from Wales compete for a place in the Semi-finals. They are
MEL PAGE with Nell WYN EDWARDS with Bill MERVYN WILLIAMS with Gail
The training of the novice dog Glen continues with GLYN JONES in North Wales. This week, his basic obedience training.
Producer PHILIP s. GILBERT
Screenplay by JOHN MCGREEVEY
In 1926 Aimee Semple McPherson , flamboyant evangelist, disappeared in mysterious circumstances from the beach at Santa Monica, California. Her equally mysterious reappearance provoked charges of faked evidence. As the film opens, Aimee faces her prosecutors in the Los Angeles Municipal Court.
Faye Dunaway is downright mesmerising as Aimee and Bette Davis has the best role she's y had in far too long
(LOS ANGELES TIMES)
Producer PAUL LEAF
Director ANTHONY HARVEY An NBC production
starring Faye Dunaway as:
S 1 Gilbert:
A fortnightly look at the big screen. News, views and interviews presented by Gavin Millar. The Front stars WOODY ALLEN , in his first straight part, as a cover for blacklisted screenwriters during the notorious McCarthy era. Director MARTIN RITT and writer WALTER BERNSTEIN were themselves victims of the blacklist which operated in television too. So was ZERO MOSTEL, the other star of The Front, whose film suicide mirrors the real-life fate of several hounded writers.
' The behaviour of the networks and studios remained totally opportunistic and cynical throughout that entire period.'
(MARTIN RITT )
A report from London and New York.
Assistant producer JULIAN JEBB
Producer GAVIN MILLAR
GEORGINE ANDERSON reads
Mushrooms by SYLVIA PLATH