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A series of 12 programmes
Seven weeks to the Olympic Games at Munich. Ron Pickering continues his series on the great field events.
With Alan Lerwill.
(Radio Times Olympic Summer of Sport, available from newsagents: 25p)

Contributors

Presenter:
Ron Pickering
Long Jumper:
Alan Lerwill
Director:
John Rickword
Producer:
John Dobson

Introduced by Harry Carpenter direct from Wimbledon 1972
Men's Singles Final, Ladies' Doubles Final, Mixed Doubles Final
The climax of the Wimbledon Open Lawn Tennis Championships on the famous Centre Court
A preview of the Men's Final by the 1971 champion, John Newcombe, and interviews with the 1972 Wimbledon champions.

Jack Kramer, singles champion in 1947 and a Wimbledon commentator since 1960, says: "Convince yourself that the final is just another match. Don't change your preparations at the last minute". Kramer says his steak dinners were his biggest morale-booster 25 years ago. "When I arrived in Britain I brought two tenderloins with me. I managed to carve 18 to 20 steaks from them. I believed that steak gave me unlimited stamina". Not that he needed it. In the final he beat Tom Brown in three sets taking just 43 minutes. "I think that's still something of a Wimbledon record".

(Highlights of the Men's Singles Final, with comment by Jack Kramer introduced by Harry Carpenter, in Match of the Day on BBC2 at 9.25 pm)
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter:
Harry Carpenter
Analysis:
John Newcombe
Commentator:
Dan Maskell
Commentator:
Jack Kramer
Commentator:
Peter West
Commentator:
Bill Knight
TV Presentation:
Brian Venner
TV Presentation:
Alan Mouncer
TV Presentation:
Richard Tilling
TV Presentation:
Bob Duncan
TV Presentation:
Fred Viner
Producer:
A.P. Wilkinson

A Western film series starring James Arness as Matt Dillon, Amanda Blake as Kitty, Milburn Stone as Doc

Matt makes a tragic mistake - a snap decision - and kills a man who was trying to save his life. Stricken with remorse, he turns in his badge. But is it that easy for Matt Dillon just to stop being Marshal of Dodge City?
(Today, living like a Hollywood star is pass6: pages 8-9)

Contributors

Matt Dillon:
James Arness
Kitty:
Amanda Blake
Doc:
Milburn Stone
Festus Haggen:
Ken Curtis
Clint Tucker:
Claude Akins
Shaver:
Michael Strong
Kipp:
Michael Cole
Gilcher:
Sam Gilman
Thad Greenwood:
Roger Ewing
Sam:
Glenn Strange

Tonight's adventure film stars Richard Attenborough, Pier Angeli, John Gregson, Eva Bartok, Eddie Constantine

The screenplay for tonight's High Adventure film could have come from today's headlines. A sea-plane crashes near a deserted island in the Pacific and the survivors discover they are facing a new and terrifying danger... Their cause for consternation is that the island is being used to test an H-bomb. Unlike the present-day nuclear test crisis, the islanders in the film show scant concern for the pollution problems-they are more concerned with beating a hasty retreat.
(Films: page 9)

Contributors

Director:
Guy Green
Whitey:
Richard Attenborough
Teresa:
Pier Angeli
Jack:
John Gregson
Maria:
Eva Bartok
Mark Reisener:
Eddie Constantine
Miss Shaw:
Jean Anderson
Dr Strauss:
Gunnar Moller
Petersen:
Clifford Evans
Willy:
Cec Linder
Monk:
Harold Kasket

Starring The Mitchell Minstrels
featuring Dai Francis, Ted Darling, Andy Cole, Les Rawlings, Elspeth Hands, Penny Jewkes, Dorothy Ogden
and The Clem Vickery Vellum Stompers
with The Television Toppers

(The Black and White Minstrels are in "The Magic of the Minstrels" at the Victoria Palace, London, "The Black and White Minstrel Show" at the Futurist Theatre, Scarborough, and the Festival Theatre, Paignton)

Contributors

Singers/Dancers:
The Mitchell Minstrels
Singer:
Dai Francis
Singer:
Ted Darling
Singer:
Andy Cole
Singer:
Les Rawlings
Dancer:
Elspeth Hands
Singer/Dancer:
Penny Jewkes
Singer:
Dorothy Ogden
Musicians:
The Clem Vickery Vellum Stompers
Dancers:
The Television Toppers
Choreography:
Roy Gunson
Orchestra conducted by/Vocal Arrangements:
George Mitchell
Orchestra conducted by/Orchestrations:
Alan Bristow
Orchestrations:
Norman Percival
Designer:
Martin Collins
Designer:
J. Roger Lowe
Producer:
Ernest Maxin

A new film series starring
Raymond Burr as Robert Ironside
Don Galloway as Det-Sgt Brown
Barbara Anderson as Officer Eve Whitfield
Don Mitchell as Mark Sander
with guest stars Forrest Tucker, Kathy Lloyd, Lincoln Kilpatrick

Lieutenant Milt Stein is a veteran police officer with an excellent record. But when his daughter Barbara becomes the victim of a dope pusher, Stein sets out to trap him by any means - legal or otherwise.

(Colour)

Contributors

Robert Ironside:
Raymond Burr
Det-Sgt Brown:
Don Galloway
Officer Eve Whitfield:
Barbara Anderson
Mark Sanger:
Don Mitchell
[Actor]:
Forrest Tucker
[Actress]:
Kathy Lloyd
[Actor]:
Lincoln Kilpatrick

Michael Parkinson in London joins Dick Cavett in New York for the first Transatlantic talk show
"The English have everything in common with the Americans except the language" - Oscar Wilde
Two hosts and their guests, brought together by satellite, do their best to prove him wrong.

(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter:
Michael Parkinson
Presenter:
Dick Cavett
Music (London):
The Harry Stoneham Five
Music (New York):
The Bob Rosengarten Orchestra
Sound:
Laurie Taylor
Lighting:
Derek Slee
Designer:
Geoffrey Winslow
Director:
Mel Cornish
Producer in New York:
John Gilroy
Producer in London:
Richard Drewett

starring
Carole O'Connor as Archie Bunker
Jean Stapleton as Edith Bunker
Rob Reiner as Mike Stivic
Sally Struthers as Gloria Stivic

Edith is in an accident. She's just walking along when she hits the car. It's pretty badly damaged. The car, that is. Several cans of peaches can make quite a dent. Especially cling peaches...

(Colour)

Contributors

Producer:
Norman Lear
Director:
John Rich
Archie Bunker:
Carroll O'Connor
Edith Bunker:
Jean Stapleton
Mike Stivic:
Rob Reiner
Gloria Stivic:
Sally Struthers

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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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