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featuring International Rugby Union: Wales v Ireland
Introduced by Frank Bough

12.50* Football Preview
Introduced by Sam Leitch

1.10* Fight of the Week: Johnny Frankham (Reading) v Keith Drewett (Battersea)
Highlights of this 10-round light-heavyweight fight at the Anglo-American Sporting Club, London, plus other outstanding contests from the same bill.

1.30* Boxing
Harry Carpenter previews next week's British heavyweight title fight at Wembley between Henry Cooper and Joe Bugner.
(Radio 2: Tues. BBC1: Wednesday)

1.40* Racing
Julian Wilson introduces action of some of the outstanding horses competing in next week's National Hunt Festival at Cheltenham.

1.50* Motor Racing: South African Grand Prix
Highlights of the opening race of the 1971 Grand Prix season at Kyalami, in which four British World Champions - Graham Hill, Dennis Hulme, Jackie Stewart and John Surtees - faced big opposition from the Italian Ferraris.

2.15* International Gymnastics from the National Recreation Centre, Crystal Palace
The national champions of seven European countries, men and women, contest this special individual competition for the Sunday Times Trophy.

2.50* International Rugby Union from Cardiff Arms Park: Wales v Ireland
BBC outside broadcast cameras bring you the whole of this vital match.
with summaries by Cliff Morgan
(Also in Rugby Special, 7.30 pm BBC2)

4.50* Results Service

Timetable:
12.50 Football preview
1.10 Fight of the Week
1.30 Cooper v Bugner preview
1.40 Racing
1.50 Motor Racing
2.5 Rugby preview
2.15 Gymnastics
2.50 Rugby Union: Wales v Ireland
4.40 Teleprinter
4.50 Results Service
Timings are subject to alteration

(It's Cooper's left...: page 3)

Contributors

Presenter:
Frank Bough
Presenter (Football Preview):
Sam Leitch
Boxer (Fight of the Week):
Johnny Frankham
Boxer (Fight of the Week):
Keith Drewett
Commentator (Fight of the Week):
David Vine
Presenter (Boxing):
Harry Carpenter
Presenter (Racing):
Julian Wilson
Racing driver (Motor Racing):
Graham Hill
Racing driver (Motor Racing):
Dennis Hulme
Racing driver (Motor Racing):
Jackie Stewart
Racing driver (Motor Racing):
John Surtees
Commentator (Motor Racing):
Barrie Gill
TV Presentation (Motor Racing):
John Mills
Commentator (International Gymnastics):
Alan Weeks
TV Presentation (International Gymnastics):
Alan Mouncer
Commentator (International Rugby Union):
Bill McLaren
Summaries (International Rugby Union):
Cliff Morgan
TV Presentation (International Rugby Union):
Dewi Griffiths
Grandstand presented for television by:
Richard Tilling
Editor:
Alan Hart

Starring Cliff Richard
with Una Stubbs and Hank Marvin
featuring this week Marvin, Welch, and Farrar, Labi Siffre
Norrie Paramor and his Orchestra
(This Week's Sounds: page 11)

Contributors

Singer/Presenter:
Cliff Richard
Performer:
Una Stubbs
Guitarist/Performer:
Hank Marvin
Musicians:
Marvin, Welch, and Farrar
Singer:
Labi Siffre
Script:
Eric Davidson
Vocal backings:
The Breakaways
Choreography:
Malcolm Clare
Musicians:
Norrie Paramor and his Orchestra
Design:
John Burrowes
Design:
Ian Rawnsley
Producer:
Michael Hurll

[starring] Henry Fonda, Richard Widmark, Anthony Quinn, Dorothy Malone.
The first of a new season of films about the good guys and the bad guys who pioneered the trail westward across the United States, a trail that ended in California - and Hollywood...

The small dusty town of Warlock is terrorised by a gang of cowpunchers. When it seems that no sheriff can survive to protect them, the citizens hire a professional gunfighter to be their marshal - and get rather more than they bargained for.
(This Week Films: page 9)

Contributors

Producer/Director:
Edward Dmytryk
Blaisdell:
Henry Fonda
Gannon:
Richard Widmark
Morgan:
Anthony Quinn
Lily Dollar:
Dorothy Malone
Jessie:
Dolores Michaels
Judge Holloway:
Wallace Ford
Abe McQuown:
Tom Drake
Bacon:
Richard Arlen
Curley:
DeForest Kelley
Skinner:
Regis Toomey
Richardson:
Vaughn Taylor
Dr Wagner:
Don Beddoe

by Arnold Bennett
Dramatised in four parts by Michael Voysey
Starring Roy Dotrice

The Imperial Palace is London's, and the world's, finest luxury hotel. Its Director is Evelyn Orcham, the man whose instinct has created this masterpiece in the hotel world.

Contributors

Author:
Arnold Bennett
Dramatised by:
Michael Voysey
Script Editor:
Lennox Phillips
Costumes:
John Bloomfield
Lighting:
Dennis Channon
Designer:
Michael Young
Producer:
David Conroy
Director:
Paddy Russell
Reyer:
Phillip Hinton
Evelyn Orcham:
Roy Dotrice
Long Sam:
Henry Hewett
Sir Henry Savott:
Cyril Luckham
Gracie Savott:
Hildegard Neil
Tessa Tye:
Wendy Lovelock
Page:
Rufus Frampton
Jack Craddock:
Graham Rigby
Mrs O'Riordon:
Betty Cooper
Emile Cousin:
Peter Copley
Miss MacLaren:
Hilda Braid
Miss Cass:
Christine Pollon
Cappone:
Clive Cazes
M. Adolphe:
Patrick Westwood
Violet Powler:
Anna Cropper
Lilian:
Merilyn Marshall
Cyril Purkin:
Peter Mills
Oldham:
Barry Wade
Volivia:
Meg Walter
Leo Cheddar:
Tony Barton
Nancy Penkethman:
Lavender Sansom

Bernard Braden takes a sideways look at the week and a cautionary look at the people who take us for a ride with John Pitman, Esther Rantzen and Ronald Fletcher
Song of the week: Iris Williams
Children Talking: Harold Williamson
Hilary Pritchard and Chris Munds

Contributors

Presenter:
Bernard Braden
Reporter:
John Pitman
Reporter:
Esther Rantzen
Reporter:
Ronald Fletcher
Singer:
Iris Williams
Interviewer (Children Talking):
Harold Williamson
Performer:
Hilary Pritchard
Performer:
Chris Munds
Director:
Simon Wadleigh
Producer:
Adam Clapham
Editor:
Desmond Wilcox
Editor:
Bill Morton

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