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Since early this morning the qualifiers for the final 72 holes of the Championship proper have been setting out for their first day's play full of confidence and hopeful of success in their attempts to gain one of golf's most valuable titles.

The concluding stages of the first round of this classic tournament and all the day's action are introduced from the Royal Birkdale Golf Club by Harry Carpenter.

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Contributors

Presenter:
Harry Carpenter
Commentator:
Henry Longhurst
Commentator:
Peter Alliss
Commentator:
Mark McCormack
Commentator:
Peter Thomson
Director:
Alan Mouncer
Director:
Bill Taylor
Director:
Fred Viner
Executive Producer:
A.P. Wilkinson
Executive Producer:
Ray Lakeland

Reporters Jim Douglas Henry, Jeremy James, Jeanne La Chard, Denis Tuohy, Desmond Wilcox, Harold Williamson

Tonight: The Jesus Trip
'You don't have to take drugs. The only pill you need is the Gos-pill.' 'Don't drop acid. Drop Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.' These, and other slogans like them, are part of the vocabulary of a new United States youth phenomenon - the Jesus movement.

Wearied by the excesses of their own drug culture and even more So by the materialism, as they see it, of their elders, thousands of young Americans are seeking another outlet for their energies in Christianity - heady, fundamentalist Christianity where the Bible is the only word of truth and the only safeguard against an imminent and vengeful doomsday.

Mingling with the drug addicts along Hollywood Boulevard and spreading coast to coast, advocates of the 'Jesus Trip' are winning increasing numbers of converts from the ranks of the disenchanted. One sect alone, the Children of God, has built up a membership of 700 full-time evangelists in two years.

Abjuring drink, drugs and extramarital sex, they have retreated to their own rural communes to study the Bible and praise the Lord until they are ready to convert their fellow-countrymen. Their life style is built around rock-based religious music; their message is a mixture of idealism and intolerance.

Contributors

Director:
James Kenelm Clarke
Editor:
Desmond Wilcox
Editor:
Bill Morton

by Arthur W. Pinero
starring, in alphabetical order, John Alderton as Tom Wrench, Lally Bowers as Mrs Telfer, Graham Crowden as James Telfer, Roland Culver as Sir William Gower, Rachel Kempson as Miss Trafalgar Gower, Ian Ogilvie as Arthur Gower, Moira Redmond as Imogen Parrott, Elizabeth Seal as Avonia Bunn, Elaine Taylor as Rose Trelawny

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Contributors

Author:
Arthur W. Pinero
Costumes:
Joyce Mortlock
Make-up:
Cherry Alston
Lighting:
Robert Wright
Designer:
Spencer Chapman
Producer:
Cedric Messina
Director:
Herbert Wise
Tom Wrench:
John Alderton
Mrs Telfer:
Lally Bowers
James Telfer:
Graham Crowden
Sir William Gower:
Roland Culver
Miss Trafalgar Gower:
Rachel Kempson
Arthur Gower:
Ian Ogilvie
Imogen Parrott:
Moira Redmond
Avonia Bunn:
Elizabeth Seal
Rose Trelawny:
Elaine Taylor
Ferdinand Gadd:
Anthony Ainley
Captain de Foenix:
Timothy Carlton
Augustus Colpoys:
John Cater
Charles:
John Dearth
Mr Ablett:
Godfrey James
Mr Denzil:
Michael Jenkinson
Mrs Mossop:
Lila Kaye
Sarah:
Mary Larkin
Clara:
Karin MacCarthy
Miss Brewster:
Stephanie Turner
O'Dwyer:
Henry Woolf

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