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Introduced by Frank Bough

Copson, Gladwin, Pope, Bert Rhodes, Les Jackson-the tradition inherent in Derbyshire of producing high-class opening bowlers dates back to the eighteenth century when cricket was first played in the county, and this season they can justly lay claim to the fastest opening attack in the country with Harold Rhodes, Alan Ward, and Fred Rumsey being available for these one-day matches.
The commentary team at the County Ground, Derby: John Arlott, Norman Yardley, Jim Laker
Today's other fixtures: Glamorgan v. Hampshire, Gloucestershire v. Lancashire,
Northamptonshire v. Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire v. Middlesex, Sussex v. Surrey, Worcestershire v. Somerset, Yorkshire v. Warwickshire
(Colour)
(to 18.30)

Contributors

Presenter:
Frank Bough
Commentator:
John Arlott
Commentator:
Norman Yardley
Commentator:
Jim Laker
Television Presentation/Series Producer:
Alan Mouncer
Television Presentation:
Roy Norton

The best of the week's newsfilm from all over the world, together with other subjects of interest. For the deaf and hard of hearing a commentary appears visually
followed by The Weather
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter:
Richard Baker
Producer:
Bill Northwood

Regional Variations (2)

Civilisation

Episode 13: Heroic Materialism

Duration: 51 minutes

on BBC Two England

Available for 5 months

Kenneth Clark considers the ways in which the heroic materialism of the past hundred years has been linked to an equally remarkable increase in humanitarianism. Show more

Contributors

This is not an 'explanation' of pop music. Nor is it a history of pop music. Nor does it pretend to cover the whole pop scene. Nor is it a film with definite conclusions about pop or violence or anything else. It merely presents -as accurately as possible-the evidence to support or contradict what the pop people themselves who appear in the film are talking about. It is left to you to decide whether what they say has any truth or not.

"An experience which ten years from now will be a definite document of its time... a programme which no parent could afford to miss... sordid, splendid, funny, pathetic... an epic" (Daily Express)
"That awful film" (Sunday Telegraph).
"Hypnotic" (The Times).
"Mesmeric" (Daily Mirror).
"Stunning and bewildering" (The Listener).
"Overwhelming" (Sunday Times).
"Brilliant and frightening" (New Statesman)
"Remarkable... I have no doubt that wherever it is shown the film will win professional acclaim" (Spectator)
"If Mr. Palmer's intention was to disturb, he succeeded brilliantly. It was absolutely chilling" (Daily Telegraph)
"Just brilliant" (Melody Maker)
"A visual blockbuster... was unique" (Sunday Express)
"It said more about pop than a year of Top of the Pops" (The Observer)
(First shown on BBC-1)
(Colour)

Contributors

Director:
Tony Palmer

A series of programmes of lunacy and laughter starring, as your hosts, Dan Rowan and Dick Martin featuring a regular company of crazy characters and a bewildering array of guests
(Colour)

Contributors

Comedian/presenter:
Dan Rowan
Comedian/presenter:
Dick Martin
Produced for N.B.C. by:
George Schlatter
Produced for N.B.C. by:
Ed Friendly

Late Night Line-Up's weekly look at the cinema with stars-previews-and a dig into the past
Introduced by Tony Bilbow with Philip Jenkinson
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter:
Tony Bilbow
Presenter:
Philip Jenkinson
Editor:
Rowan Ayers

BBC Two England

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