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A series of 12 programmes
Six weeks to the Olympic Games at Munich. Ron Pickering continues his series about the great field events.
With Tom McNab and John Crotty

Contributors

Presenter:
Ron Pickering
Coach:
Tom McNab
Athlete:
John Crotty
Director:
John Rickword
Producer:
John Dobson

Featuring the outstanding events on the greatest day of British sport this summer
Open Golf, AAA Championships, ASA Championships, Cricket: 3rd Test, British Grand Prix, Show Jumping

Introduced by Frank Bough

10.55: 1.35; 4.20*
The 1972 Open Championship from Muirfield
The climax of the world's greatest golf tournament, as leading players battle over the final 18 holes for record prize money of £50,000.

11.25: 2.10*
The Third Test: England v Australia: Third day
Today's play direct from Trent Bridge

2.40: 3.25: 5.15*
The Road to Munich: AAA Championships
All Britain's leading athletes will be competing for national titles and a place in the team for next month's Olympic Games, to be announced on Monday.
Among this afternoon's finals are the 10,000 metres, in which David Bedford will be out for a very fast time; the 400 metres hurdles, featuring David Hemery, the 1968 Olympic Gold Medallist; and the 1,500 metres with three of the fastest men in the world at this distance this year: Peter Stewart, Jim Douglas and Brendan Foster.
(Organised by the AAA in conjunction with the Nationwide Building Society)

2.25; 3.15; 4.0*
The British and European Grand Prix for the John Player Trophy from Brands Hatch
The world's leading Formula 1 drivers, including 1971 champion Jackie Stewart and Emerson Fittipaldi of Brazil who heads the current championship table, compete in this year's British Grand Prix, which celebrates the 75th anniversary of the RAC.
(Organised by the RAC)
In the pits Barrie Gill
('We have no friends in racing now... just young rivals': cover story, pages 44-47)

5.15* The Road to Munich: ASA Championships from Crystal Palace
Britain's leading Olympic contenders swim for national titles and a place in the squad for Munich.
(Organised by the ASA in conjunction with Optrex)

5.15* International Show Jumping from Hickstead: The Wills Castella Stakes
Leading riders compete for a first prize of £150.

Grandstand Timetable:
10.55 Open Golf; 11.25 Cricket: 3rd Test
1.35 Open Golf; 2.10 Cricket: 3rd Test
2.25 British Grand Prix
2.40 AAA Championships
3.15 British Grand Prix
3.25 AAA Championships
4.0 British Grand Prix; 4.20 Open Golf
5.15 AAA and ASA Championships/International Show Jumping
Timings are subject to alteration.

(Radio Times Olympic Summer of Sport, available from newsagents: 25p)
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter:
Frank Bough
Commentator (Golf):
Harry Carpenter
Commentator (Golf):
Henry Longhurst
Commentator (Golf):
Peter Alliss
Commentator (Golf):
Mark McCormack
Commentator (Golf):
Peter Thomson
TV presentation (Golf):
Alan Mouncer
TV presentation (Golf):
John Shrewsbury
Executive Producer (Golf):
A.P. Wilkinson
Commentator (Cricket):
Peter West
Commentator (Cricket):
Richie Benaud
Commentator (Cricket):
Jim Laker
Commentator (Cricket):
Denis Compton
TV presentation (Cricket):
David Kenning
TV presentation (Cricket):
Bill Taylor
Athlete:
David Bedford
Athlete:
David Hemery
Athlete:
Peter Stewart
Athlete:
Jim Douglas
Athlete:
Brendan Foster
Commentator (Athletics):
David Coleman
Commentator (Athletics):
Ron Pickering
Commentator (Athletics):
Norris McWhirter
TV presentation (Athletics):
Bob Duncan
Racing driver:
Jackie Stewart
Racing driver:
Emerson Fittipaldi
Commentator (Motor Racing):
Raymond Baxter
Pit-lane reporter (Motor Racing):
Barrie Gill
Presentation (Motor Racing):
Richard Tilling
Commentator (Swimming):
Alan Weeks
Commentator (Swimming):
Harry Walker
TV presentation (Swimming):
Ray Lakeland
Commentator (Show Jumping):
Dorian Williams
TV presentation (Show Jumping):
Fred Viner
Grandstand presented by:
Brian Venner
Editor:
Alan Hart

Regional Variations (2)

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BBC One Wales

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

Matt Dillon has always admired and respected Marshal Lucas Murdoch. But when the older law-man arrives in Dodge to trap a gang of outlaws he has been pursuing for years, Matt soon becomes deeply concerned about Murdoch's idea of justice.

(Colour)

Contributors

Matt Dillon:
James Arness
Kitty:
Amanda Blake
Doc:
Milburn Stone
Festus Haggen:
Ken Curtis
Murdoch:
Jack Elam
Burke:
Ted Jordan
Newly:
Buck Taylor

Starring Forrest Tucker, Eva Bartok, Marius Goring
with Reginald Beckwith

Will East or West benefit from a German scientist's valuable formula for a new fuel?
(Films: p t)

Contributors

Screenplay/Director:
Val Guest
Based on a novel by:
Philip Lorraine
Producer:
Michael Carreras
Skip Morgan:
Forrest Tucker
Lisa:
Eva Bartok
Baron Keuer:
Marius Goring
Emile:
Eric Pohlmann
Hobart:
Guy Middleton
Kudnic:
Arnold Marle
Farquarson:
Fred Johnson
Dusty:
Reginald Beckwith

with their guests Slade, The Dudley Moore Trio
and Segment

Alyn Ainsworth and his Orchestra

(For Lulu, singing is a love affair: pp 6-7. Dudley's Music: R4 Tues 8.35 am)
(Colour)

Contributors

Singer/Presenter:
null Lulu
Comedian/Pianist (The Dudley Moore Trio):
Dudley Moore
Musicians:
null Slade
Musicians:
The Dudley Moore Trio
Singer/Dancer (Segment):
Heather Beckers
Singer/Dancer (Segment):
Chris Cooper
Singer/Dancer (Segment):
Wendy Bell
Singer/Dancer (Segment):
Roger Finch
Singer/Dancer (Segment):
Marie Betts
Singer/Dancer (Segment):
Harry Higham
Singer/Dancer (Segment):
Carole Forbes
Singer/Dancer (Segment):
Scott Mackee
Singer/Dancer (Segment):
Diana Palmer
Singer/Dancer (Segment):
Ricky Stratful
Singer/Dancer (Segment):
Liz Robertson
Singer/dancer (Segment):
Kenneth Warwick
Musicians:
Alyn Ainsworth and his Orchestra
Choreographer:
Nigel Lythgoe
Writer:
Garry Chambers
Writer:
Tony Hawes
Writer:
Peter Robinson
Costume designer:
Dorinda Bryant
Sound:
Adrian Bishop-Laggett
Lighting:
Dickie Higham
Designer:
Kenneth Sharp
Producer:
Stewart Morris

A new film series starring Raymond Burr as Robert Ironside,
with Don Galloway as Det-Sgt Brown, Barbara Anderson as Officer Eve Whitfield and Don Mitchell as Mark Sanger
with guest stars David Carradine, Michael Blodgett, Carla Borelli

Eve persuades Ironside, Ed and Mark to visit a way-out night club where one of her friends is the girl member of a folk trio. But although the girl had asked them to come urgently, she is not there. And the search for her soon becomes a murder hunt...

(Colour)

Contributors

Robert Ironside:
Raymond Burr
Det-Sgt Brown:
Don Galloway
Officer Eve Whitfield:
Barbara Anderson
Mark Sanger:
Don Mitchell
[Actor]:
David Carradine
[Actor]:
Michael Blodgett
[Actress]:
Carla Borelli

Conversation, good music, and the occasional surprise with Michael Parkinson and his guests

(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter:
Michael Parkinson
Musicians:
The Harry Stoneham Five
Designer:
Geoffrey Winslow
Director:
Brian Whitehouse
Producer:
Richard Drewett

What happens to the 1,500 people who live in a Lancashire mining village when 50,000 pop fans descend on them for the weekend? The underground workers met the Underground in Bickershaw, a pit stop on the road to Wigan pier.
The villagers struggled to keep their weekend routine. Saturday-night Bingo at the Colliery Club was accompanied by the voice of Family's Roger Chapman amplified from two fields away.
(BBC North West)

Contributors

Film Cameraman:
Richard Stanley
Film Editor:
Brian Tagg
Director:
Linda McDougall

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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