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Introduced by Tony Gubba

12.40* Football Preview
Sam Leitch introduces action and news of today's Watney Cup Final

12.55; 2.35; 3.35; 4.30* International Show Jumping: The Derby Meeting from Hickstead
Top international riders from Great Britain, Germany, Italy and Ireland compete over the feature fences of the All England Jumping Course. The main event of the afternoon is The Wills Embassy Grand Stakes

1.35; 2.20; 2.50; 3.20* Racing from Newbury
The top race meeting of the day.
1.45 A Challenge Match (1 1/2 miles)
The Final Match in the series being covered by Grandstand between the two winning riders of last Saturday's semi-finals:
Ian Balding v Lord Suffolk and Chris Collins v Bill Shand-Kydd
2.0 Crown Decorators Apprentice Championship Round 11 (Handicap) (1 1/4 miles)
2.30 Washington Singer Stakes (6 furlongs)
3.0 Yellow Pages Summer Cup (Handicap) (1 1/2 miles)
3.30 Geoffrey Freer Stakes (1 mile, 5 furlongs and 60 yards)

3.5; 3.45* Rugby League: Dewsbury v Featherstone Rovers
In their first League fixture of the new season, reigning League champions Dewsbury meet the Challenge Cup Winners, Featherstone Rovers, at Dewsbury.

Commentator Eddie Waring says: 'Star of Dewsbury's championship win against Leeds was their captain Mick Stephenson, but he will not be playing today - for Dewsbury have sold him to Penrith, an Australian club, for a world record fee of £20,000. With a Test series here in November against the Australians, all players will be keen to show early form and attract the attention of the International selectors. Featherstone star Steve Nash is the present Great Britain scrum-half, who was a big success in Britain's World Cup win in France.'

4.50* Final Score

Timetable:
12.40 Football Preview
12.55 Show Jumping; 1.35 Racing
2.10 Sports Round-up; 2.20 Racing
2.35 Show Jumping: 2.50 Racing
3.5 Rugby League; 3.20 Racing
3.35 Show Jumping
3.45 Rugby League
4.30 Show Jumping; 4.50 Final Score

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

(What Debbie does: pages 6 and 7)
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Contributors

Presenter:
Tony Gubba
Presenter (Football Preview):
Sam Leitch
Commentator (Show Jumping):
Raymond Brooks-Ward
Commentator (Show Jumping):
David Vine
Commentator (Racing):
Julian Wilson
Commentator (Racing):
Clive Graham
Commentator (Rugby League):
Eddie Waring
Rugby player (Featherstone):
Steve Nash
Television Presentation (Show Jumping):
Alan Mouncer
Television Presentation (Racing):
Dennis Monger
Television Presentation (Rugby League):
Keith Phillips
Grandstand Producer:
Brian Venner
Grandstand Editor:
Jonathan Martin

The fourth in a season of classic silent comedy films.

One of Keaton's finest films which features the largest 'prop' he ever used - a real ocean-going liner.
Introduced by Michael Bentine from the National Film Theatre
This Week's Films: page 9

Contributors

Presenter:
Michael Bentine
Music:
Malcolm Mitchell
Presented by:
Richard Evans
Rollo Treadway:
Buster Keaton

by Jimmy Perry and David Croft
Starring Arthur Lowe, John Le Mesurier and Clive Dunn
Featuring John Laurie as Pte Frazer, James Beck as Pte Walker, Arnold Ridley as Pte Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Pte Pike

Captain Mainwaring and the platoon help a widowed lady friend of Private Godfrey to gather the harvest.
[Repeat]

Contributors

Writer:
Jimmy Perry
Writer/Producer:
David Croft
Designer:
Paul Joel
Captain Mainwaring:
Arthur Lowe
Sergeant Wilson:
John Le Mesurier
Lance Corporal Jones:
Clive Dunn
Pte Frazer:
John Laurie
Pte Walker:
James Beck
Pte Godfrey:
Arnold Ridley
Pte Pike:
Ian Lavender
ARP Warden:
Bill Pertwee
Mrs Prentice:
Brenda Cowling
Vicar:
Frank Williams
Verger:
Edward Sinclair
Private Sponge:
Colin Bean
Judy:
April Walker
Olive:
Tina Cornioli

Starring Robert Fuller, Jocelyn Lane, Dan Duryea

Towards the end of the Civil War rebels ambush a Union army convoy in Texas - and seize gold bullion worth a million dollars.
Films: page 9

Contributors

Director:
Earl Bellamy
Matt Martin:
Robert Fuller
Memphis:
Jocelyn Lane
Joe Barlow:
Dan Duryea
Adam Long:
Tom Simcox
Dr. Hanneford:
Linden Chiles
Krausman:
Claude Akins
O'Rourke:
Noah Beery Jr.
General Hood:
Paul Fix
First Hunter:
Denver Pyle
Trader:
William Phipps
Drum:
Don Collier
Second Hunter:
Mickey Finn

Written by Eric Davidson
Starring Mike Yarwood
featuring Cheryl Kennedy
and special guest Peter Noone
(Mike Yarwood is in "Holiday Star-time" at the ABC Theatre, Blackpool)

Contributors

Writer:
Eric Davidson
Musical Director:
Alan Braden
Vocal backing:
The Breakaways
Designer:
Gerry Scott
Producer:
James Moir
Impressionist:
Mike Yarwood
[Actress]:
Cheryl Kennedy
Singer:
Peter Noone

A film series starring Raymond Burr as Robert Ironside with Don Galloway as Det-Sgt Brown, Don Mitchell as Mark Sanger, Elizabeth Baur as Fran
with guest stars Robert Webber, Don Hanmer

Murder motel. Getting away from it all for a quiet fishing holiday, Ironside and Ed decide to break their journey and make a stop-over for the night at the nearest motel. It is a decision which changes the pattern of events dramatically for a lot of people, including themselves. They are back on duty, hunting for a killer - and Ironside indulges in a game of poker...

Contributors

Robert Ironside:
Raymond Burr
Det-Sgt Brown:
Don Galloway
Mark Sanger:
Don Mitchell
Fran:
Elizabeth Baur
[Actor]:
Robert Webber
[Actor]:
Don Hanmer

with Esther Rantzen, George Layton, Bob Wellings and Judith Bruce

When the Council won't budge: when the Ministry won't reply; when the Managing Director snubs you; do you say 'that's life' and give up? Or do you turn to this programme of jokes, dramas and real-life problems?

Contributors

Presenter:
Esther Rantzen
Presenter:
George Layton
Presenter:
Bob Wellings
Singer:
Judith Bruce
Music:
Tony Kinsey
Director:
Simon Wadleigh
Editor:
Peter Chafer

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