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Four weeks to the Olympic Games at Munich
Ron Pickering introduces a series of programmes about the great field events
with Geoff Capes
(Radio Times Olympic Summer of Sport available from newsagents: 25p)

Contributors

Presenter:
Ron Pickering
Athlete:
Geoff Capes
Director:
John Rickword
Producer:
John Dobson

Introduced by Frank Bough
featuring
Cricket: 4th Test, Racing from Goodwood and International Swimming

1.35; 2.5; 2.35; 3.5* Racing from Goodwood
Four races from the day's principal meeting.
1.45 Chichester City Stakes (Handicap) (6 furlongs)
2.15 Pilgrim Stakes (5 furlongs)
2.45 PTS Laurel Stakes (Handicap) (11 miles)
3.15 Nassau Stakes (1 1/2 miles)

1.50* The Road to Munich
Action profiles on leading British competitors in next month's Olympic Games.

2.20; 2.50; 3.20* Cricket from Headingley: England v Australia
This afternoon's play in the Fourth Test Match

3.20* Swimming from Edinburgh: The 8 Nations International
The Olympic swimmers of Scotland, Belgium, Iceland, Israel, Norway, Spain, Switzerland, and Wales compete in this international meeting, organised by the SASA in association with the Scotsman and the Royal Bank of Scotland.

4.50* Final Score
Including racing results, cricket scoreboard, and today's football results in the Watney Cup.

Grandstand Timetable:
1.35 Racing from Goodwood
1.50 Road to Munich
2.5 Racing from Goodwood
2.20 Cricket: 4th Test
2.35 Racing from Goodwood
2.50 Cricket: 4th Test
3.5 Racing from Goodwood
3.20 Cricket/Swimming
4.50 Final Score

Timings are subject to alteration in order to keep up to date with events.

Contributors

Presenter:
Frank Bough
Commentator (Racing):
Peter O'Sullevan
Commentator (Racing):
Clive Graham
Reporter (Racing):
Julian Wilson
TV Presentation (Racing):
Dennis Monger
Commentator (Cricket):
Peter West
Commentator (Cricket):
Richie Benaud
Commentator (Cricket):
Jim Laker
Commentator (Cricket):
Ted Dexter
TV Presentation (Cricket):
David Kenning
TV Presentation (Cricket):
Richard Tilling
Commentator (Swimming):
Alan Weeks
Commentator (Swimming):
Harry Walker
TV Presentation (Swimming):
Charles Munro
Grandstand presented by:
Brian Venner
Editor:
Alan Hart

by J. Fenimore Cooper
A serial in six parts dramatised by Harry Green

On their way to join their father, Cora and Alice Munro are betrayed by their Indian scout, Magua. They are rescued by Hawkeye. While resting, the party hears a blood-curdling scream.

Contributors

Author:
J. Fenimore Cooper
Dramatised by:
Harry Green
Producer:
John McRae
Director:
David Maloney
David:
David Leland
Hawkeye:
Kenneth Ives
Cora:
Patricia Maynard
Alice:
Joanna David
Major Heyward:
Tim Goodman
Uncas:
Richard Warwick
Private Jones:
Roy Skelton
Chingachgook:
John Abineri
Colonel Munro:
Andrew Crawford
Lt Grant:
Prentis Hancock
Lt Otley:
Michael Cullen
Magua:
Philip Madoc
Munro's Sergeant:
Bill Wiesener
Webb's Staff Major:
Ken Haward
Webb's Sergeant:
Hilary Minster
General Webb:
Noel Coleman
Delaware Scout:
James Snell

Regional Variations (2)

Top of the Form

BBC One Wales

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

Matt Dillon crosses into Mexico to track down Mando, a ruthless outlaw. But Mando and his gang are waiting in ambush for Matt who is seriously wounded. A young boy and an old man help him - a kindness which places them at the mercy of the outlaws.

Contributors

Matt Dillon:
James Arness
Kitty:
Amanda Blake
Doc:
Milburn Stone
Mando:
Alfonso Arau
Augustino:
Thomas Gomez
Lucho:
Fabian Gregory
Lucero:
Linda Marsh
Chona:
Stella Garcia
Gorio:
David Renard
Fermin:
Julio Medina

Tonight's adventure film stars James Robertson Justice
with Albert Lieven, Adrian Hoven

A German spy crosses 1,500 miles of uncharted desert to reach Cairo. If his mission had been successful, Rommel might have won the Battle of Alamein.

Contributors

Screenplay/Based on the book "The Cat and the Mice" by:
Leonard Mosley
Screenplay:
Donald Taylor
Captain Robertson:
James Robertson Justice
Rommel:
Albert Lieven
John Eppler:
Adrian Hoven
Amina:
Gloria Mestre
Radek:
Niall MacGinnis
Count Almaszy:
Peter Van Eyck
Major Wilson:
Robert Urquhart
Sandy:
Neil McCallum
Yvette:
Fenella Fielding

with their guests Dusty Springfield
and Segment
Alyn Ainsworth and his Orchestra

(Colour)

Contributors

Singer/Presenter:
null Lulu
Comedian/Pianist:
Dudley Moore
Singer:
Dusty Springfield
Singers/Dancers:
null Segment
Musicians:
Alyn Ainsworth and his Orchestra
Choreographer:
Nigel Lythgoe
Writer:
Garry Chambers
Writer:
Tony Hawes
Writer:
Peter Robins
Designer:
Kenneth Sharp
Designer:
John O'Hara
Producer:
Stewart Morris

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 Sanger
with guest stars James Drury, Johnny Seven

Ironside calls on Inspector Reese for help in cracking a powerful crime syndicate which specialises in credit-card rackets. But Reese is taken prisoner by the gang who are determined to make him reveal - by any means - how much the police know about the syndicate's activities.

Contributors

Robert Ironside:
Raymond Burr
Det-Sgt Brown:
Don Galloway
Officer Eve Whitfield:
Barbara Anderson
Mark Sanger:
Don Mitchell
[Actor]:
James Drury
[Actor]:
Johnny Seven

Regional Variations (2)

Sportsreel: Drybrough Cup

BBC One Scotland

Match of the Day kicks off with The first of football's 1972/73 action highlights - from two of today's first-round ties in the Watney Cup Competition
Eight of the leading goal-scoring teams from the four divisions of the Football League - Sheffield United, Wolves, Blackpool, Burnley, Bristol Rovers, Notts County, Peterborough, Lincoln - are taking part in this knock-out competition.
Barry Davies and John Motson are the BBC commentators in action today where goals count above everything else.
Who will succeed Derby County (1970) and Colchester United (1971) as champions of this popular pre-season competition?

(Colour)

Contributors

Commentator:
Barry Davies
Commentator:
John Motson
Football TV presentation:
Alec Weeks
Football TV presentation:
John McGonagle
Match of the Day presented by:
Jonathan Martin
Editor:
Sam Leitch

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

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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