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Maxwell Boyd covers the world of the racing driver.

The 1965 European Grand PrIx season begins at Monaco next Sunday. In this preview of the three-hour hundred-lap race round the houses' in Monte Carlo, the Wheelbase team examine Graham Hill's chances of winning the Monaco Grand Prix for the third year running and report direct from the circuit at the end of today's practice on the debut of the new Honda Formula 1 cars from Japan.
Directed and produced by Brian Robins in collaboration with the

Contributors

Presenter:
Maxwell Boyd
Driver:
Graham Hill
Reporter:
Michael Frostick
Reporter:
Robin Richards
Reporter:
John Ebbrell
Reporter:
Sarah Jennings
Production team:
Alec Nisbett
Production team:
Roy Norton
Directed and produced by:
Brian Robins

A conversation with people of power.
This week:
From Minneapolis, Minnesota
The Vice-President of the United States, The Hon. Hubert H. Humphrey is interviewed by reporters from three continents.
For the BBC, Gerald Priestland, Chief Washington Correspondent

Contributors

Interviewee:
The Hon. Hubert H. Humphrey
Interviewer:
Gerald Priestland

Kenneth Robinson introduces this weekly programme on the expanding world of leisure.

Two Men in An Eagle
To fly with no engine, to stay up high above the ground. to turn and swoop and come gently back to earth... It looks easy-but is it? To find out, Time Out sent Richard Wade down to Booker Aerodrome, near High Wycombe, to learn how to fly a glIder.

The Animal Overlords
Most people are used to coping with the demands of a dog or a cat-but what are the problems of keeping more exotic creatures in your home? This is the story of three people and their pets-an alligator, a snake, giant toads. a chimpanzee, and a living-room full of cockatoos.

Contributors

Presenter:
Kenneth Robinson
Reporter (Two Men in An Eagle):
Richard Wade
Production unit:
Dick Gilling
Production unit:
Bob Duncan
Production unit:
Tom Conway
Production unit:
John Percival
Production unit:
Adam Clapham
Production unit:
Ian Smith
Production unit:
Bob Thorpe
Film unit:
Butch Calderwood
Film unit:
Fred Hamilton
Film unit:
Freddie Downton
Film unit:
Bill Searle
Film unit:
Bert Meadows
Film unit:
John House
Film unit:
Les Newman
Editor:
Christopher Brasher

A comedy film series featuring a friendly family of well-known weirdies.
Starring Fred Gwynne as Herman Munster, Yvonne de Carlo as Lily Munster, Al Lewis as Grandpa
with Beverley Owen and Butch Patrick

Contributors

Herman Munster:
Fred Gwynne
Lily Munster:
Yvonne de Carlo
Grandpa:
Al Lewis
Marilyn:
Beverley Owen
Eddie:
Butch Patrick

by Frank Norman.
[Starring] Michael Standing
with Karol Hagar, Alexandra Dane, Alan Baulch
[Recording]

Contributors

Writer:
Frank Norman
Music:
Tony Kinsey
[Music] performed by:
The Tony Kinsey Quintet
Film Cameraman:
Dave Mason
Film Editor:
Chris Hayden
Designer:
Stephen Bundy
Story Editor:
Harry Moore
Producer:
Peter Luke
Director:
Paul Bernard
Steve:
Michael Standing
Old lady:
Alice Esmie-Bell
First clerk:
Tutte Lemkow
Second clerk:
Roy Evans
Louie:
Denis Shaw
Major:
Michael Godfrey
Jean:
Karol Hagar
Tommie:
Alan Baulch
Bert:
George Sewell
Old man:
Ernest Jennings
Croupier:
Ray Marioni
Waiter:
Norman Atkyns
Mrs. Guggenheimer:
Jessie Robins
Lucie:
Alexandra Dane
Manager:
John Burch
Banker:
Jeffrey Bernard
First gambler:
Roy Patrick
Second gambler:
Derek Calder
Taxi driver:
Bill Meillen
Race reader:
George Carman

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