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The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v Australia from The Oval Final day
PETER WEST introduces the whole of this afternoon's play.
Commentators RICHIE BENAUD
TONY LEWIS , JIM LAKER
TOM GRAVENEY , TED DEXTER
Television presentation BILL TAYLOR , MIKE ADLEY
Executive producer NICK HUNTER

Contributors

Introduces:
Peter West
Commentators:
Richie Benaud
Unknown:
Tony Lewis
Unknown:
Jim Laker
Unknown:
Tom Graveney
Unknown:
Bill Taylor
Unknown:
Mike Adley

Football Association Coaching: Tactics, Skills
14 programmes
7: Attacking in the Attacking Third of the Field (1)
Coaches RON GREENWOOD
DON HOWE , DAVE SEXTON Players KEVIN KEEGAN
TREVOR BROOKING , RAY WILKINS PETER SHILTON , LUTHER BLISSETT
(Tomorrow: Attacking in the Attacking Third of the Field, 2)

Contributors

Unknown:
Ron Greenwood
Unknown:
Don Howe
Unknown:
Dave Sexton
Unknown:
Kevin Keegan
Unknown:
Trevor Brooking
Unknown:
Ray Wilkins
Unknown:
Peter Shilton
Unknown:
Luther Blissett

A selection of some of the world's great paintings
This week's theme: Gardens Bosch (c 1450-1516)
The Garden of Earthly Delights (The Prado, Madrid)
His contemporaries found it hard to believe that one mind could summon up such a proliferation of fantastic creatures. It is not difficult to see why Bosch has excited great interest in our time: his imagery seems to come straight from the subconscious, just right for the tortured century that invented psychoanalysis. Written and presented by Alistair Smith
Directed by ANITA CRUM
(Tomorrow: Monet's ' Women in the Garden ')

Contributors

Presented By:
Alistair Smith
Directed By:
Anita Crum

Frank Muir and John Amis challenge
Denis Norden and Ian Wallace with questions set by Steve Race
Television presentation DOUGLAS HESPE

Contributors

Unknown:
Frank Muir
Unknown:
John Amis
Unknown:
Denis Norden
Unknown:
Ian Wallace
Unknown:
Douglas Hespe

The New World
The third and final part of this series on modern sculpture deals -with sculpture since 1945, beginning with Europe after the Second World War and moving to the United States, where many European artists had emigrated. The Abstract Expressionists and their followers are presented at work in their studios, at outdoor sites and in foundries. The reactions to Abstract Expressionism are then examined: Pop, Surrealism, Minimal Art.
Directed by MICHAEL BLACKWOOD Brookes On ... page 73

Contributors

Directed By:
Michael Blackwood

with Susan Clark , Jon Cypher
Lancaster stars in this striking Western as an ageing Mexican constable living in the border region of the south-west. Valdez shoots a Negro, whom ranch owner Frank Tanner has accused of murder, then discovers he has killed an innocent man. Despite brutal humiliation at the hands of Tanner and his men Valdez doggedly pursues Tanner, seeking retribution for the dead man's Apache woman.
Screenplay by ROLAND KIBBEE and DAVID RAYFIEL
Based on the novel by ELMORE LEONARD Produced by IRA STEINER
Directed by EDWIN SHERRIN. Films- p 14

Contributors

Unknown:
Susan Clark
Unknown:
Jon Cypher
Unknown:
Frank Tanner
Unknown:
Roland Kibbee
Unknown:
David Rayfiel
Novel By:
Elmore Leonard
Produced By:
Ira Steiner
Directed By:
Edwin Sherrin.
Bob Valdez:
Burt Lancaster
Gay Erin:
Susan Clark
Frank Tanner:
Jon Cypher
R L Davis:
Richard Jordan
El Segundo:
Barton Heyman
DiegO:
Frank Silvera
Mexican rider:
Hector Elizondo
Apache woman:
Juanita Penaloza

The first of a series of three recitals of Baroque music, given by Cantilena, director Adrian Shepherd, with Osian Ellis (harp)
Vivaldi Concerto in A major, for strings
Handel Concerto No 6, in B flat, Op 4 No 6
Alessandro Scarlatti Sinfonia No 11
BBC Scotland

Contributors

Musicians:
null Cantilena
Musical Director:
Adrian Shepherd
Harp:
Osian Ellis
Sound:
Ron Allan
Lighting:
Alan Henderson
Designer:
Jim Longmuir
Producer:
James Hunter

BBC Two England

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