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BBC outside broadcast cameras beside St Paul's Cathedral cover the traditional pageantry and modern carnival as the new Lord Mayor rides in procession through the City of London from the Mansion House to the Royal Courts of Justice.

This year it's a story-tale pageant from the Town Crier at the head to the 1757 Golden State Coach at the tail; and the BBCtv Roving Eye joins in to give a Lord Mayor's-eye-view of the crowd-lined streets on the City's annual day out.

We all enjoy Wonderland: page 4

Contributors

Commentator:
Brian Johnston
TV Presentation:
William Cave

Introduced by Frank Bough

12.35* Football Preview
The popular lunchtime football spot. Sam Leitch introduces goals, news and views from the world of football, with comment from Jimmy Hill.

12.55; 1.20; 1.55* Racing from Cheltenham
1.0 Chaplin Handicap Hurdle (2 miles, 200 yards)
1.30 Coventry Chase (3m, 1f)
2.5 Mackeson Gold Cup Handicap Chase (2 1/2 miles)
One of the season's most important steeplechases, worth over £5,000 to the winner. The Mackeson traditionally attracts many of the top 'chasers from England and Ireland.

1.40; 4.25* Badminton from Basingstoke
Featuring the top English International players including Derek Talbot, the world Mixed Doubles Champion, in a special doubles competition for the Ladbroke Trophy.

2.20* International Rugby Union
from the National Stadium Cardiff Arms Park
Wales v Australia
The first international of the Australian tour. The visitors, determined to demonstrate the resurgence of Australian Rugby, take on a Welsh side keen to revenge their 11-14 defeat by Australia at Cardiff in 1966.

4.0* International Ice Hockey
from the Empire Pool, Wembley
London Lions v Dutch Internationals
In their opening matches at Wembley the London Lions demonstrated their speed and skill when they twice beat Austrian Internationals. Their unbeaten record will be put to the test by a strong Dutch side.

4.40* Final Score
Results, reports, action highlights, and the Grandstand Score-Draw check.

Timetable: 12.35 Football Preview
12.55 Racing; 1.10 Sports Round-Up
1.20 Racing: 1.40 Badminton
1.55 Racing: 2.20 Rugby Union
4.0 Ice Hockey; 4.25 Badminton
4.40 Final Score
Timings are subject to alteration.

(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter:
Frank Bough
Presenter (Football Preview):
Sam Leitch
Analysis (Football Preview):
Jimmy Hill
Commentator (Racing):
Peter O'Sullevan
Commentator (Racing):
Clive Graham
Reporter (Racing):
Julian Wilson
Badminton player:
Derek Talbot
Commentator (Badminton):
Peter West
Commentator (Rugby Union):
Bill McLaren
Commentator (Ice Hockey):
Alan Weeks
Television Presentation (Racing):
Barrie Edgar
Television Presentation (Badminton):
Bob Duncan
Television Presentation (Rugby Union):
Dewi Griffiths
Television Presentation (Ice Hockey):
David Kenning
Grandstand Producer:
Brian Venner
Grandstand Editor:
Alan Hart

Introduced by David Jacobs
Take a subject like: Catchphrases. Would you know who said it? Or what was said? You would? Care to bet on it? Here's the question: Who said: 'Another fine mess you've got me into...' Answer: Ollie of Laurel and Hardy

Contributors

Presenter:
David Jacobs
Director:
Robert Toner
Producer:
Cecil Korer

Regional Variations (2)

Rusty the fox cub has more than enough excitement in his extraordinary escape down river from a pack of baying hounds without having to endure the bustling streets of San Francisco as well. Strange as it may seem, he meets more forms of animal life there than he is ever likely to find in the wilds of Sacramento.
A Walt Disney production

Contributors

Director:
James Algar

A film starring Eric Portman, John Mills
with Reginald Purdell, Niall MacGinnis

World War II: the submarine Sea Tiger returns to port and the crew disperse on seven days' well-earned leave - only to be recalled suddenly for a new operation. Their mission: to find and destroy the battleship Brandenburg.
This Week's Films: page 15

Contributors

Director:
Anthony Asquith
Lieut Taylor, RN:
John Mills
Lieut Brace, RNR:
Louis Bradfield
Lieut Johnson, RNVR:
Ronald Miller
Lieut Gordon, RN:
Jack Watling
CPO Dabbs:
Reginald Purdell
CPO Duncan:
Caven Watson
PO Corrigan:
Niall MacGinnis
Ldg Seaman Hobson:
Eric Portman

Held in the Royal Albert Hall, London in the presence of HM The Queen and other members of the Royal Family
Massed Bands of the Guards Division (by permission of the Major-General Commanding the Household Division) Under the direction of Major James H. Howe, MBE
State Trumpeters of the Household Cavalry
The Muster of the Legion Standards and Services Displays by the three Services Community Singing
Service of Remembrance Conducted by The Bishop of London Rt Rev and Rt Hon Gerald A. Ellison, DD
Assisted by Rt Rev Monsignor Francis G. Horsfield, VG, RAF representing the Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster and Rev Albert S. Cooper, MA Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council
Hymns: All people that on earth do dwell (Old Hundredth)
The day thou gavest (St Clement)
O Lord of life (Melita)
(Edited recording of this evening's event)

Contributors

Bands under the direction of:
Major James H. Howe
Service conducted by:
Rt Rev and Rt Hon Gerald A. Ellison
Assisted by:
Rt Rev Monsignor Francis G. Horsfield
Assisted by:
Rev Albert S. Cooper
Festival narrator:
Humphrey Tilling
Festival director:
D.E. Coffer, OBE
Festival producer:
Ralph Reader, CBE
Commentator:
Raymond Baxter
TV Presentation:
Dennis Monger

Regional Variations (2)

The Songs of Scotland

BBC One Scotland

Introduced by Jimmy Hill
Barry Davies and John Motson are the BBC commentators at two of today's Football League fixtures.
Jimmy Hill signposts the personality action of the day.
Action, analysis, news and views.

(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter:
Jimmy Hill
Commentator:
Barry Davies
Commentator:
John Motson
Football TV Presentation:
Alec Weeks
Football TV Presentation:
John McGonagle
Match of the Day presented by:
Martin Hopkins
Editor:
Sam Leitch

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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