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Harry Carpenter, Tom Sutton, Desmond Hill, and Donald Legget report direct from the most famous rowing regatta in the world.
The woman's viewpoint, Judith Chalmers
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Contributors

Commentator:
Harry Carpenter
Commentator:
Tom Sutton
Commentator:
Desmond Hill
Commentator:
Donald Legget
Commentator (The woman's viewpoint):
Judith Chalmers
Television presentation:
John Vernon
Television presentation:
Bob Duncan
Television presentation:
Brian Venner

A report on a major issue of the day.

Will teaching machines and television solve the teacher shortage-but mean worse education for everyone?
A report from Britain and America.
Written and directed by David Dimbleby.

Contributors

Writer/director:
David Dimbleby
Film editor:
Jess Palmer
Producer:
David J. Webster

by Hugh Leonard.
Starring Paul Hansard, James Maxwell, Jeanne Moody
First transmission on BBC-1, April 11

Contributors

Writer:
Hugh Leonard
Film cameraman:
Kenneth Westbury
Film editor:
Ted Walter
Story editor:
James Brabazon
Designer:
Barry Learoyd
Producer:
James MacTaggart
Director:
Gilchrist Calder
Hilda:
Mary Wylie
Klaus:
Gerald Harper
Use Muller:
Jeanne Moody
Karl Muller:
James Maxwell
Herr Schweikhart:
John G. Heller
Alfred Schmidt:
Paul Hansard
Frieda Schmidt:
Stephanie Bidmead
Sgt Wolfgang Junckers:
Michael Ripper
Herr Gruber:
Garfield Morgan
Herr Oppenheimer:
Heinz Bernard
Police Officer:
Peter Thomas
Policeman:
Michael Beint
Driver of bus:
Ian Curry
Woman:
Jessie Robins
Man:
John Boyd Brent

from Wimbledon
Jack Kramer brings you the best of Wimbledon, with recorded highlights of today's outstanding match on Men's Semi-finals day in the All England Lawn Tennis Championships.

Contributors

Presenter:
Jack Kramer
Editor:
A. P. Wilkinson
Editor:
Richard Tilling

BBC Two England

About BBC Two

BBC Two is a lively channel of depth and substance, carrying a range of knowledge-building programming complemented by great drama, comedy and arts.

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About this data

This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More