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An international 'gamble'.
Fences are valued according to size; competitors select seven and the one scoring the highest total is the winner.
Direct from the Empire Pool and Sports Arena, Wembley.
Introduced by Alan Weeks.

Contributors

Commentator:
Dorian Williams
Presenter:
Alan Weeks
Television presentation:
Bill Duncalf
Television presentation:
David Kennard

direct from Vienna.
The Middleweight Championship of Europe: Lazlo Papp, Hungary, The Holder v. Mick Leahy, Coventry, British Middleweight Champion
Direct from the Wiener Stadthalle-Stadion, Vienna.
Presented for television by Andy Wiseman in co-operation with the Austrian Television Service
See page 60

Contributors

Boxer:
Lazlo Papp
Boxer:
Mick Leahy
Ringside commentary:
Simon Smith
Presented for television by:
Andy Wiseman

A new musical entertainment in which music and pictures are fused in a swiftly changing kaleidoscope of moods and styles.
Devised and conducted by Francis Chagrin with images ranging from Canaletto to Cartier-Bresson and music from Purcell to Poulenc played by The Francis Chagrin Ensemble.
See page 60

Contributors

Devised and conducted by:
Francis Chagrin
Musicians:
The Francis Chagrin Ensemble
Producer:
Hal Burton

Five women on one subject: Men

Vanessa Redgrave and Eva Bartok join Vanora Walters a young designer and Janet Teissier du Cros a Scots writer now living in Paris to discuss an old concept that dies hard, even in 1964: the superiority of men.
In the chair, Ginette Spanier
Shirley Abicair supplies the musical commentary accompanied by The Bill Sutcliffe Trio

Contributors

Panellist:
Vanessa Redgrave
Panellist:
Eva Bartok
Panellist:
Vanora Walters
Panellist:
Janet Teissier du Cros
Chairman:
Ginette Spanier
Singer:
Shirley Abicair
Musicians:
The Bill Sutcliffe Trio
Designer:
Eva Swiderska
Producer:
Elizabeth Cowley

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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