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(Featuring the Wimbledon Finals)
(See panel)

Summer Grandstand
1.30 to 6.45
Introduced from Wimbledon by David Coleman

Featuring from 1.50 App. The Wimbledon Finals
The Ladies' Singles - The Men's Doubles - The Ladies' Doubles - The Mixed Doubles

Sports news service throughout the afternoon

Lunchtime Scoreboard at 1.40

Racing and Cricket Summaries at 6.40

The Wimbledon Trophies
The All England Championships are an historic tournament, so it is filling that its trophies should be both sumptuous and full of associations. Take the Renshaw Cup for example. This is the third trophy which the winner of the Gentlemen's Singles Championship receives. It is a replica of a cup presented annually by the surviving members of the family of the late Ernest and William Renshaw who dominated the men's singles and doubles during the 1880s.

The other two trophies which are presented to the men's champion are the King George V Challenge Cup and the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club's Challenge Cup, both of which he can hold for only a year-although he also has replicas to keep. Why two cups ? Because in the old days the knock-out competition was played without the previous year's winner. He stayed out until the final was played and someone emerged to meet him in a challenge round. Thus it was necessary to have two cups: one for the knock-out competition and one for the challenge round.

The same situation exists in the men's doubles where the two cups are presented by the Oxford University Lawn Tennis Club and Sir Herbert Wilberforce, an ex-president of the All England Club. As in the other championship events the runners-up receive silver medals and the defeated semi-finalists bronze medals.
The winner of the Ladies' Singles Championship is rewarded with an enormous silver-gilt plate and the winning pair in the Ladies' Doubles with a cup presented by H.R.H. Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent, the President of the All England club. Two other trophies evoke the Edwardian tennis scene: Mr. S.H. Smith and Mr. A.H. Riseley, O.S.E., who won the doubles in 1902 and 1906 presented respectively the Mixed Doubles Championship Challenge Cup and the cup for the Ladies' Plate.

Contributors

Presenter/Commentator (Wimbledon):
David Coleman
Commentator (Wimbledon):
Dan Maskell
Commentator (Wimbledon):
Jack Kramer
Commentator (Wimbledon):
Peter West
Television Presentation (Wimbledon):
Innes Lloyd
Television Presentation (Wimbledon):
Alan Mouncer
Television Presentation (Wimbledon):
Brian Johnson
Television Presentation (Wimbledon):
Ray Colley
Television Presentation (Wimbledon):
Ian Smith
Television Presentation (Wimbledon):
Douglas Hespe
Producer (Wimbledon):
A.P. Wilkinson
Presented by:
Richard Tilling
Assistant Editor:
Lawrie Higgins
Assistant Editor:
Alan Hart
Editor:
Cliff Morgan

A new disc - a Hit or a Miss?
Comment and opinions on the latest pop releases.
This week's panel: Astrud Gilberto, Magda Kanopka, Vic Lewis, Wolf Mankowitz
In the chair, David Jacobs

Contributors

Chairman:
David Jacobs
Panellist:
Astrud Gilberto
Panellist:
Magda Konopka [billed as Magda Kanopka]
Panellist:
Vic Lewis
Panellist:
Wolf Mankowitz
Programme devised by:
Peter Potter
Presentation:
Stewart Morris

A comedy film series featuring the hilarious adventures of a happy-go-lucky scriptwriter and his family.
Starring Dick Van Dyke
with Mary Tyler Moore, Morey Amsterdam, Rose Marie, Larry Mathews

Teacher's Petrie ...learns a lesson the hard way!

Contributors

Rob Petrie:
Dick Van Dyke
Laura Petrie:
Mary Tyler Moore
Buddy Sorrell:
Morey Amsterdam
Sally Rogers:
Rose Marie
Ritchie Petrie:
Larry Mathews

Tonight's film stars James Cagney
with John Derek, Viveca Lindfors, Ernest Borgnine
(First transmission on August 8, 1964)
See page 3

Contributors

Director:
Nicholas Ray
Matt Dow:
James Cagney
Davey Bishop:
John Derek
Helga Swenson:
Viveca Lindfors
Mr. Swenson:
Jean Hersholt
Morgan:
Ernest Borgnine
Gentry:
Grant Withers

[Starring] Margaret Lockwood at The Flying Swan
with Julia Lockwood
From the Midlands

Contributors

Script:
Malcolm Hulke
Theme Music:
Ron Grainer
Story Editor:
John Barber
Designer:
Neil Parkinson
Producer:
Harold Clayton
Director:
Michael Imison
Estven Zupalochyef:
Jeffrey Wickham
Predrag Denkovich:
Gertan Klauber
Brad Lemox:
Ian Norris
Rosalind:
Gillian Royale
Alice:
Christina Taylor
Mollie:
Margaret Lockwood
Jessie McDonald:
Molly Urquhart
Dwight Cooper:
Hugh McDermott
Carol:
Julia Lockwood
Geoff Fenn:
David Brierley
Dr. Stokes:
Ballard Berkeley
George:
John Boyd-Brent
Dr. Ellwood:
James Kerry
Charo:
Iza Teller
David:
David Pinner
Charlie Manders:
Garry Marsh
George Bromwell:
Howard Goorney
Police Constable:
Peter Jesson
Sister Campbell:
Molly Weir
Ian Nicolson:
David MacMillan

A series featuring song, music, and comedy and the best from the world of entertainment.
Starring Andy Williams
and this week's guests, Tony Bennett, Roger Miller, Count Basie and his Orchestra, The Osmond Brothers
Recorded in America

Contributors

Presenter/Singer:
Andy Williams
Singer:
Tony Bennett
Singer:
Roger Miller
Musicians:
Count Basie and his Orchestra
Singers:
The Osmond Brothers

BBC One London

About BBC One

BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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