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Introduced by Frank Bough on the first day of the new football season
Sam Leitch returns with the regular Football Preview: news and views from the day's matches with a nationwide network of reporters
At 4.50 p.m. Grandstand Results
A full check on all the day's results

Cricket from Trent Bridge, Nottingham: Second Test Match: England v. New Zealand
On BBC-2 Colour from 4.20

Racing from Lingfield Park
2.15 Cowfold Stakes
3.15 Queen Elizabeth Handicap Stakes
3.45 Withyham Stakes

Swimming from Derby Baths, Blackpool: A.S.A. National Swimming Championships

including the 220 yards Individual Medley Final with Olympic Silver Medallist Martyn Woodroffe defending his title

Show Jumping: The Dublin Horse Show: The Aga Khan Cup (Nations Cup)
Teams from Great Britain, Ireland, France, Italy, Sweden, Australia, and Switzerland will be competing for the premier trophy and The United Distillers of Ireland International
TV presentation by Telefis Eireann

Contributors

Presenter:
Frank Bough
Presenter (Football Preview):
Sam Leitch
Commentator (Cricket):
Richie Benaud
Commentator (Cricket):
Peter West
Commentator (Cricket):
Ted Dexter
Commentator (Cricket):
Denis Compton
Commentator (Cricket):
Colin Milburn
TV presentation (Cricket):
Philip Lewis
Commentator (Racing):
Peter Bromley
Commentator (Racing):
Clive Graham
TV presentation (Racing):
Dennis Monger
Swimmer:
Martyn Woodroffe
Commentator (Swimming):
Max Robertson
Commentator (Swimming):
Harry Walker
TV presentation (Swimming):
Nick Hunter
Commentator (Show Jumping):
Dorian Williams
Presented by (Grandstand):
Brian Venner
Editor (Grandstand):
Bryan Cowgill

The Enterprise finds itself faced with some pretty odd jobs. This week Captain James Kirk and his crew have somehow to make room for a gaggle of gorgeous girls, an illicit human cargo on its way to a far distant planet. But these are no ordinary girls...

Contributors

Captain Kirk:
William Shatner
Mr. Spock:
Leonard Nimoy
Mudd:
Roger C. Carmel
Magda:
Susan Denberg
Ruth:
Maggie Thrett
Eve:
Karen Steele

Comedy Choice, in which famous stars of BBC comedy choose their favourite shows from past series

Frankie Howerd introduces: The Frankie Howerd Show
featuring Arthur Mullard, Anthony Sagar, Julian Orchard, Dennis Ramsden, Ken Wynne, Tim Buckland, William Raynor
and the voices of Richard Waring, Frank Littlewood, Peter Thompson

Contributors

Presenter (Comedy Choice):
Frankie Howerd
Writer:
Ray Galton
Writer:
Alan Simpson
Incidental music written and directed by:
Peter Knight
Designer:
Chris Pemsel
Producer:
Duncan Wood
Himself:
Frankie Howerd
[Actor]:
Arthur Mullard
[Actor]:
Anthony Sagar
[Actor]:
Julian Orchard
[Actor]:
Dennis Ramsden
[Actor]:
Ken Wynne
[Actor]:
Tim Buckland
[Actor]:
William Raynor
Voice:
Richard Waring
Voice:
Frank Littlewood
Voice:
Peter Thompson

from The Castle Room
featuring Vince Hill
Special guest star, Harry Secombe
starring Francoise Hardy, Jack Douglas
with Jack Haig, Eli Woods, Berry Cornish and Laura Symonds
with The Dancers: Sue Robinson, Celia Hetherington, Domini Winter, Anne Lewington, Maureen Willsher, Wendy Gotelee

Roy Castle is in 'Holiday Startime' at the ABC Theatre, Blackpool; Vince Hill is at the Wellington Pier, Great Yarmouth; Jack Douglas is in 'Don't Tell the Wife' at the Windmill Theatre, Great Yarmouth

Contributors

Entertainer:
Roy Castle
Singer:
Vince Hill
Guest:
Harry Secombe
Singer:
Francoise Hardy
Performer:
Jack Douglas
Comedian:
Jack Haig
Comedian:
Eli Woods
Singer:
Berry Cornish
Singer:
Laura Symonds
Dancer:
Sue Robinson
Dancer:
Celia Hetherington
Dancer:
Domini Winter
Dancer:
Anne Lewington
Dancer:
Maureen Willsher
Dancer:
Wendy Gotelee
Choreography:
Nita Howard
Vocal backings:
The Breakaways
Musical direction and special arrangements:
Ronnie Hazlehurst
Costume:
Rupert Jarvis
Make-up:
Tina Clare
Lighting:
Sam Barclay
Sound:
Adrian Bishop-Laggett
Script:
Eric Davidson
Design:
Victor Meredith
Production:
Michael Hurll

A season of films featuring one of the screen's great stars and finest actors James Cagney
with Joan Blondell, Ruby Keeler, Dick Powell and Frank McHugh

Cagney's first musical role after his debut as the screen's No. 1 gangster. He plays Chester Kent, a musical comedy director who finds himself out of a job with the arrival of talking pictures; but conceives the notion of package musical interludes to play in cinemas during the intervals. This lively backstage story is climaxed by three spectacular Busby Berkeley numbers: 'By a waterfall,' 'Honeymoon hotel,' and 'Shanghai Lil.' Ruby Keeler and Dick Powell are featured in the first two, whilst Cagney himself is 'on stage' for the finale.

Contributors

Screenplay:
Manuel Seff
Screenplay:
James Seamore
Musical numbers staged by:
Busby Berkeley
Director:
Lloyd Bacon
Chester Kent:
James Cagney
Nan:
Joan Blondell
Bea:
Ruby Keeler
Scotty:
Dick Powell
Francis:
Frank McHugh
Mr. Gould:
Guy Kibbee
Mrs. Gould:
Ruth Donnelly
Bowers:
Hugh Herbert
Vivian:
Claire Dodd

Action from two leading matches in today's Football League programme plus interviews with the day's personalities... Late-night Saturday soccer news and views spanning the BBC Regions in the South-East, North, Midlands, West, and Wales.
David Coleman presents the new football format and reports with outside broadcast cameras from a well-known Football League ground on the Match of the Day.
Barry Davies reports on the highlights of another leading fixture involving clubs in the South-East
Today's matches will be announced at the end of Grandstand
See cover story on page 3

Contributors

Presenter:
David Coleman
TV Presentation/Executive Producer:
Alec Weeks
Commentator:
Barry Davies
Outside Broadcast Director:
John McGonagle
Presented by:
Jonathan Martin
Editor:
Sam Leitch

Ned Sherrin looks back at news of the week-with questions designed to test both wits and memories
The William Rushton Trio challenge The Team of Malcolm Muggeridge

Contributors

Presenter:
Ned Sherrin
Team captain:
William Rushton
Team captain:
Malcolm Muggeridge
Producer:
Michael Hill

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

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