Jack Scott looks at the weekend weather
featuring The Gillette Cup Final: Lancashire v Sussex
Introduced by Frank Bough direct from Lord's
Outside broadcast cameras bring you County Cricket's day of the year, when in front of more than 20,000 supporters Lancashire and Sussex fight out the Final of this great knock-out competition.
Lancashire, making their first Cup Final appearance, are going for a unique treble, bidding to win the Gillette Cup, County Championship, and John Player League in the same season.
Sussex, twice winners of the Cup, are making their fourth appearance in the Final.
(Gillette Cup Final: pages 3-4)
Also in Grandstand:
12.55* Football Preview
Sam Leitch introduces Grandstand's up-to-the-minute preview.
1.10* International Moto-Cross: The British 500 cc Moto-Cross Grand Prix
Highlights of this week's big race at Farleigh Castle, Wilts.
1.20*; 2.20*; 2.50* Racing from Ripon
1.30 Ripley Handicap Stakes (over 1 mile)
2.30 Ripon Autumn Handicap Stakes (over If miles)
3.0 Champion Two Years Old Trophy 1970
2.0* Show Jumping
Britain's leading show jumpers compete in the Everest Double Glazing Championship at Burghley.
4.55* Results Service
including Classified football, rugby, and racing results; reports on the day's outstanding fixtures.
Introduced by Derek Fowlds
with Herman's Hermits, Alan Kemble and Christine
The closing stages
Tonight's feature film starring Audie Murphy, Dan Duryea
A notorious gunman and the cow-hand he saved from hanging fall out over a blonde.
(Philip Jenkinson: see facing page)
In tonight's show Lulu introduces her special guests Dusty Springfield, Norman Vaughan, Mac Davis and Johnny Johnson and The Bandwagon
The Douglas Squires Dozen, Alyn Ainsworth and his Orchestra
(This Week Sounds: page 10)
(Next Saturday: Harry Secombe's own show)
A film series starring Raymond Burr as Robert Ironside, with Don Galloway as Detective-Sergeant Brown, Barbara Anderson as Officer Eve Whitfield and Don Mitchell as Mark Sanger.
Guest stars Jackie Coogan Jr, Johnny Seven, Dana Elcar
The State Prison: a desperate escape plan by dangerous men - who take Ironside and Mark as hostages.
(Next Saturday: the Last Night of the Proms, from the Royal Albert Hall)
with Robert Dougall
Featuring Two top First Division matches
Introduced by David Coleman
Analysis from Bob Wilson
The start of the September action in the new 'Goal of the Month' competition.
Action from two prominent Northern rivals.
Action from two prominent Southern rivals.
The goals scored in these two Colour matches will be shown at the end of the month and viewers will be asked to nominate their 1-2-3 selections.
Reporter Harold Williamson
In the second and final programme we meet again some of the children who delighted viewers of Braden's Week.
Bernard Braden introduces his own selection of some of the most memorable visits that Harold Williamson took into the private world of children.
They give their thoughts, views, and opinions on such subjects as Adam and Eve, marriage, witches, war, and how to be a snowflake.