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11.0 Structures and Materials. 11.25 Embalmers. 11.50 Telephone Switching: 1 12.15 Who Represents Whom? 12.40 The Conservative Government 1970-72
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Introduced by Frank Bough
International Athletics from Gateshead
England v Ethiopia v Scotland v Italy
The centrepiece of today's meeting is the IAAF Citizen Gblden 5,000 Metres in which the world's top distance runners including MIRUTS YIFTER and MOHAMMED KEDIR of Ethiopia, SULEIMAN NYAMBUI of Tanzania, THOMAS WESSINGHAGE of West Germany, and ALEXANDR FYEDOTKIN of USSR are entered. England hope to have
SEBASTIAN COE in the team while Scotland can call on ALLAN WELLS and JOHN ROBSON.
Commentators DAVID COLEMAN
RON PICKERING and STUART STOREY
International Tennis from Paris
The French Open Championships Men's Final
BJORN BORG makes his return to tennis, attempting to win his sixth French title. By his standards, he has had an appalling year, having won only two tournaments since last year's Wimbledon. Because of a shoulder injury and a virus, he hasn't competed since Easter, when he lost in the first round at Monte Carlo. Also extremely keen to win is JIMMY CONNORS , who has never won a major clay-court title. Commentators
DAN MASKELL and MARK COX
The John Player League
The fifth week of this popular competition and the ' top of the table' is beginning to take shape. Today's selected match features two entertaining sides and a close finish is expected. Commentators CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS and PETER WALKER
*The above times indicate only the first of several transmissions. Television presentation:
Athletics JOHN SHREWSBURY Tennis FRENCH TV SERVICE
Cricket BOB DUNCAN and HUW JONES
Grandstand produced by MARTIN HOPKINS Edited by MIKE MURPHY
Theme music available on Sporting Themes (record REH 348, cassette ZCR 348), from record shops
News of the week plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear, with John Edmunds
Editor RICHARD GAMBLE
The feature film starring Leslie Caron
Maurice Chevalier , Charles Boyer with Horst Buchholz
After Fanny's lover Marius sails away in search of adventure, she marries the ageing widower Panisse to give the child she is expecting a name. The three leading stars provide the French accent for this colourful American version of Marcel Pagnol 's trilogy of plays set in the Marseilles of the 1930s.
Screenplay by JULIUS J. EPSTEIN
Based on the play by s. N. BEHRMAN and Joshua logan from the Marseilles trilogy by MARCEL PAGNOL
Directed by JOSHUA LOGAN. Films: page 9
As the British grass court season gets under way, Dan Maskell looks ahead to the prospects at The Queen's Club, London, at Eastbourne and the excitement of Wimbledon.
(Play Tennis is on Mon, 7.35 and International Tennis on Thurs at 2.0)
A serial in six parts by JACK PULMAN
5: After two years' ' hard labour'Schulz is accidentally reunited with Solly and the rest of Neuheim's forgers.
with Emma Kirkby and David Thomas
Daphne and Strephon by William Lawes
Gena Rowlands , Peter Falk
This ambitious and harrowing drama focuses on a Los Angeles housewife whose sense of identity disintegrates as the film progresses. Mabel has subjugated herself to her husband's domineering love and the needs of her children, but is cracking up under the strain this imposes. Her husband Nick, loving but ignorant, copes with her growing eccentricities by filling her life with friends, relatives and contrived jollity, thus unwittingly precipitating the crisis. Mabel is stunningly acted by Gena Row lands and Peter Falk excels as the gruff and aggressive Nick in this characteristically powerful study of a mind in torment by director John Cassavetes.
Produced by SAM SHAW
Written and directed by JOHN CASSAVETES