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County Championship Semi-final Lancashire v Gloucestershire
Two of the strongest counties in the Championship faced each other yesterday for a place in the final on 26 February.
Lancashire, who last won the title in 1973 against Gloucestershire, have a host of international talent to call on including Tony Neary , Fran Cotton and Billy Beaumont. Gloucestershire, winners of the title for the last three years, will be relying on experienced internationals such as Mike Burton , Peter Butler and Dave Rollitt to take them through to their eighth consecutive final.
Commentator at Vale of Lune
NIGEL STARMER-SMITH
Series producer BILL TAYLOR

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Neary
Unknown: Billy Beaumont.
Unknown: Mike Burton
Unknown: Peter Butler
Unknown: Dave Rollitt
Producer: Bill Taylor

: BC: The Archaeology of the Bible Lands

The first of 12 programmes 1: In the Beginning

: Open to Question

The last in this series of four television seminars with Don Cupitt , Dean of Emmanuel College, Cambridge.
This week: Where is Heaven Now?
Is traditional belief in life after death out-of-date?
Studio director DENNIS SULLIVAN Producer JOHN WILCOX

Contributors

Unknown: Don Cupitt
Director: Dennis Sullivan
Producer: John Wilcox

: News Review

News of the week, plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear, with Angela Rippon
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD

Contributors

Unknown: Angela Rippon
Editor: Bill Northwood

: The World About Us

Asmat: Cannibal Craftsmen of New Guinea
Narrated by David Attenborough
The Asmat are known for two things - the remarkable quality of their woodcarvings and the notoriety linked to the death of Michael Rockefeller Jr, anthropologist son of the famous American family. His disappearance on a field trip there remains an unsolved mystery-did he drown or was he killed and subsequently eaten by the Asmat?
Directors BILL LEIMBACH and JEAN-PIERRE DUTILLEUX
Presented by CLEM VALLANCE
Editors MICHAEL ANDREWS , ANTHONY ISAACS

Contributors

Unknown: David Attenborough
Directors: Bill Leimbach
Directors: Jean-Pierre Dutilleux
Presented By: Clem Vallance
Editors: Michael Andrews
Editors: Anthony Isaacs

: News on 2

Weather

: The Lively Arts

BBC2 joins with Radio 3 in stereo for a live concert from the Fairfield Hall, Croydon.
Walter Susskind conducts the BBC Symphony Orchestra leader ELI GOREN in ' Scherzo capriccioso' by Dvorak and Tamas Vasary is the solo pianist in Rachmaninov's ' Rhapsody on a theme of Paganini.'
The concert ends with Stravinsky's colourful ballet music 'Le chant du rossignol '.
Introduced by RICHARD BAKER
Sound GRAHAM HAINES Lighting BERT OATEN
Production assistant PETER BUTLER
Executive producer JOHN DRUMMOND Producer RODNEY GREENBERG
(To obtain the best effect viewers with stereo Radio 3 should turn off TV sound and position their loudspeakers on either side of the screen but close enough to relate stereo image to picture size. Stereo headphones provide a suitable alternative)

Contributors

Leader: Eli Goren
Unknown: Tamas Vasary
Introduced By: Richard Baker
Unknown: Peter Butler
Producer: John Drummond
Producer: Rodney Greenberg

: Murder at the Movies: Shadow of a Doubt

starring Joseph Cotten
Teresa Wright , Macdonald Carey
Alfred Hitchcock 's famous thriller is the first in a season of murder stories.
Young Charlie has invited the favourite Uncle after whom she was named, to visit the family in Santa Rosa. Then two newcomers to the town make her suspect that Uncle Charlie may have a gruesome secret.
Director ALFRED HITCHCOCK
. Films: page 13

Contributors

Unknown: Joseph Cotten
Unknown: Teresa Wright
Unknown: MacDonald Carey
Unknown: Alfred Hitchcock
Unknown: Young Charlie
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Uncle Charlie: Joseph Cotten
Young Charlie: Teresa Wright
Jack Graham: MacDonald Carey
Emma Newton: Patricia Collinge
Joseph Newton: Henry Travers
Herbie Hawkins: Hume Cronyn
Fred Saunders: Wallace Ford
Ann Newton: Edna May Wonacott
Roger Newton: Charles Bates
Stationmaster: Irving Bacon
Pullman porter: Clarence Muse
Louise: Janet Shaw
Catherine: Estelle Jewell

: * am People to People

From the BBC studios in Manchester, Brian Trueman takes a non-metropolitan look at topics and issues likely to affect our lives in 1977. Cartoonist Bill Tidy and reporter Felicity Goodey join him to explore a different subject each week in a variety of ways.
And the people themselves, an invited audience, will be adding their voices to the topic under discussion.
Deputy editor RON NEIL
Editor RAY COLLEY. BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Trueman
Reporter: Felicity Goodey
Editor: Ron Neil
Editor: Ray Colley.








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