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A series of matches played under 'knock-out' rules.
The International Cavaliers XI
Captain, Ted Dexter (Sussex and England)
who today play for a purse of 100 guineas
The Oxford University XI - Past and Present
Captain, R.M.C. Gilliat at Balliol College Ground, Oxford
The Cavaliers side today includes:
John Murray (Middlesex and England), Mushtaq Mohammed (Northampton and Pakistan), Jim Laker (Surrey and England)
Introduced by Peter West.
Organised by the International Cavaliers Cricket Club in association with Rothmans of Pall Mall in aid of Oxford University Cricket Club
(to 16.00)


Captain (The International Cavaliers XI):
Ted Dexter
Captain (The Oxford University XI-Past and Present):
R.M.C. Gilliat
Cricketer (The International Cavaliers XI):
John Murray
Cricketer (The International Cavaliers XI):
Mushtaq Mohammad
Cricketer (The International Cavaliers XI):
Jim Laker
Peter West
Sir Learie Constantine
John Arlott
Television presentation:
Alan Mouncer

for the deaf and hard of hearing
A look at the news of the week with film from all over the world and a commentary that can be seen as well as heard.


Michael De Morgan
Ruth Leeds
Bill Northwood

A thriller in four parts by Brian Degas and Tudor Gates.
From a novel by Philip Jones.
Starring Leonard Rossiter
with Don Borisenko, Geoffrey Toone, Michael Godfrey and Dallia Penn


Brian Degas
Tudor Gates
From a novel by:
Philip Jones
Raymond Cusick
Alan Bromly
Gerald Blake
John Slavid
Bartolome Salias:
Henry Gilbert
Ramon Aguirre:
Michael Godfrey
Edward Malline:
Brian Hawksley
Norman Lynch:
Leonard Rossiter
Major Gates:
Jack May
Jim Prescott:
Geoffrey Toone
Mrs. Lynch:
Katharine Page
Peter Virtanen:
Don Borisenko
Maria Salvedor:
Dallia Penn
Tim Barton:
Jeremy Burnham
Security Officer:
Shay Gorman
Carlo Mestri:
Barry Shawzin

Written by H.C. Porter and Richard Taylor.
A film of her seven fateful years on the throne of Scotland.

"The very face of heaven manifestly speaks what comfort is brought unto our country with this woman: sorrow, darkness, and all impiety" (John Knox)

Narrated by Iain Cuthbertson
with Judi Dench as Mary Stuart, John Laurie as John Knox.


H. C. Porter
Richard Taylor
Iain Cuthbertson
Mary Stuart:
Judi Dench
John Knox:
John Laurie

A review of the sciences.
Introduced by Christopher Chataway.

Destination Mars
Detailed plans for an eighteen-month expedition in which a fleet of gigantic nuclear-powered spacecraft will land men on Mars are disclosed by Dr. Ernst Stuhlinger of N.A.S.A., who demonstrates a model of the spacecraft which it is planned to use.

Editors in Conference
The Editors of two leading scientific magazines, Dennis Flanagan of the Scientific American, and Nigel Calder of the New Scientist, discuss with Gordon Rattray Taylor the problems of popularising science and placing it in a social context.


Christopher Chataway
Item presenter (Destination Mars):
Dr. Ernst Stuhlinger
Interviewee (Editors in Conference):
Dennis Flanagan
Interviewee (Editors in Conference):
Nigel Calder
Interviewer (Editors in Conference)/Executive Producer:
Gordon Rattray Taylor
Adrian Malone
Presented by:
Dick Gilling

A trilogy by Ford Madox Ford.
Dramatised by John Hopkins.
Starring Judi Dench and Ronald Hines
with Tony Steedman, Charles Houston, Edward Burnham, Michel Ray, Arthur Lovegrove


Ford Madox Ford
Dramatised by:
John Hopkins
Norman Kay
Richard Wilmot
Cedric Messina
Alan Cooke
Valentine Wannop:
Judi Dench
Miss Wanostrocht:
Ruth Porcher
Christopher Tietjens:
Ronald Hines
Sergeant Holden:
Arthur White
Lieutenant Aranjuez:
Michel Ray
Corporal Duckett:
Bryan Hunt
Captain McKechnie:
Charles Houston
Sergeant-Major Cowley:
Arthur Lovegrove
Corporal Girtin:
Shane Rimmer
The Colonel:
Edward Burnham
Captain Notting:
Douglas Ditta
Captain Gibbs:
Philip Stone
Derrick Gilbert
Peter Purves
General Campion:
Tony Steedman
Peter Ensor
Jack Barry
Gina Bon
Maurice Selwyn
Vicky Hughes

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