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Semi-final of the Gillette Knockout Cup Competition
Sussex v. Surrey direct from Hove
Viewers will be kept up to date with the score in the other semi-final, Lancashire v. Warwickshire.
See BBC-1
(to 13.00)


Peter West
Denis Compton
Presented for TV by:
Alan Mouncer

James Mossman and David Dimbleby report on major issues of the day.
A fortnightly investigation.


James Mossman
David Dimbleby
Film Editor:
Jess Palmer
Associate Producer:
Geoffrey Baines
David J. Webster

Glyndebourne Festival Chorus
London Symphony Orchestra
Leader, Erich Gruenberg
Conducted by Bryan Balkwill
Associate conductor and Chorus-Master, Myer Fredman
First transmission on BBC-1, April 28
Bryan Balkwill conducts by arrangement with the General Administrator, Royal Opera House Covent Garden. David Bowman, Howell Glynne, and John Wakefield appear by arrangement with Sadler's Wells Opera Company


Adapted by/Producer:
Peter Ebert
Glyndebourne Festival Chorus
London Symphony Orchestra
[Orchestra] leader:
Erich Gruenberg
[Orchestra] conducted by:
Bryan Balkwill
Associate conductor and Chorus-Master:
Myer Fredman
Natasha Kroll
Costume supervisor:
Rosemary Wilkins
Make-up supervisor:
Maureen Winslade
Charles R. Rogers
Armand Duval:
John Wakefield
Marguerite Gautier:
Mary Costa
Anna Pollak
Doctor Grenvil:
Howell Glynne
Baron Duphol:
David Bowman
Fleur Bervoix:
Joan Edwards
Marquis d'Obigny:
John Lawrenson
Gaston Rieux:
Jack Irons
Georges Duval:
Thomas Hemsley

Regional Variations (2)

The Great War

Episode 9: Please God, Send Us Victory

Duration: 40 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Kitchener recognised the stalemate on the Western Front and looked elsewhere for victory. A British naval expedition tried to take the Dardanelles. Show more


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