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Design for Industry (Tues June 5th 1. School of Textile Design in Manchester (Granada). Skyscraper on the South Bank (Tues June 5th 1. Sir Howard Robertson at the South Bank, where "he is plannng to alter London's skyline." Director: Graham Watts. A- R). The Cheshire County Show (Wed June 6th 1.

Granada's Outside Broadcasts were called The Travelling Eye, this series "Views the North." The pale blue vans were used extensively in 1. The 1. 95. 6 FA Cup victory parade by the Manchester City team was one of the first transmissions by this unit. A Visit to Kew Gardens (Thurs June 7th, 3- 3. Guide: Elaine Grand at the Royal Botanical Gardens. Director: Graham Watts.

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A- R). Tea at the Embassy (Thur June 7th 1. Philippine Embassy, by gracious permission of his Excellency the Ambassador of the Philippines and Madame Guerrero. Among the guests: folk singer Catalina Zandueta. Arranged by Remy Hefter and Sam Cotton.

Commentary: Kenneth Macleod. Director Alan Morris. The Travelling Eye (Fri June 8h 1. Britain's leading dog training centres to report on Dogs on Guard (Granada). The Travelling Eye (Fri June 8h 1. Manchester Guardian (Granada). No 1 London (Mon June 1.

Nick Barker and Muriel Young at the Wellington Museum on the anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo. The Way to the South (Mon June 1. Peter Cockburn and Arthur Adair at Waterloo railway station. Producer: Peter Lloyd (ATV). Soccer Coaching (Tues June 1. Lilleshall with Walter Winterbottom. Inside out (Tues June 1.

Look at ATV's Outside Broadcast Unit, commentator: Peter Lloyd. Director: Stephen Wade. Blackpool Dog Show (Wed June 2. Granada's Travelling Eye at The Oval Stanley Park. Children's Hospital (Thurs June 2. Salford Children's Infirmary.

Tea at the Embassy (Thur June 2. Finnish Embassy, by gracious permission of his Excellency the Ambassador of Finland and Madame Tuomioja. Subjects: paintings, special foods, and the Sauna. Arranged by Remy Hefter and Sam Cotton. Commentary: Kenneth Macleod. Director Alan Morris.

Handle with Care (Fri June 2. Director: Arthur Lane. Wimbledon 1. 95. 6- the first year ITV challenged BBC coverage of the Lawn Tennis championships. Commentators included Fred Perry and Maureen Connolly. Kent County Agricultural Show(Tuesday July 1. Maidstone. Director: Bill Perry (A- R). Seaside (Tuesday July 1.

Anne Valery and Nick Barker take viewers to Clacton on Sea. Director: Michael Harrison. Kent County Agricultural Show Wednesday July 1. John Sharp, Stephen Black and Bill Allenby. Director: Bill Perry. Stable Companions (Thursday July 1.

Bill Allenby and John Wynn Jones visit the stables of Arthur Thomas. Producer: Peter Lloyd (ATV). The Fancy (Thursday July 1. Cheshire (probably Granada production).

Industry of the Future (Monday July 1. Northern Division of the Institute of Electronic Engineers in Manchester (Granada). Dogs to the Rescue (Tuesday July 1. Today's Children (Tuesday July 1. Secondary Modern School, the type of school thousands of children will attend for the first time next term." (no more information).

King's Cross Station (Wednesday July 1. A- R). Baseball (Wednesday July 1. West Drayton between two American Service teams.

Introduced by Nick Barker, commentary by Sgt Tom Craynak, director: Barry Wilson (A- R). Liverpool Show (Thursday July 1.

Dave Warwick (Granada). Royal Lancashire Show (Monday July 3. Sir Stanley Bell outlines the history of the show at Stanley Park. Tuesday July 3. 1st 1. Grand Parade. 4. 1. Casual Dating Code Promo. Show Jumping (Granada).

Tea at the Embassy (Tues Aug 7th 1. Indonesian Embassy, by gracious permission of his Excellency the Ambassador of Indonesia and Madame Supomo. Arranged by Howard S Cotton. Diplomatic liaison by Remy Hefter. Commentary: Mary Hill and Kenneth Macleod.

Director Alan Morris. Farnborough Air Show (Monday Sept 3rd 1. Tues Sept 4th 1. 95. Annual Display. Commentators Colin Hodgkinson, Nick Barker, and Robert Everett.

Director: Bill Perry. A- R). Gardening Without Tears (Wed Sept 5th 1. Surrey with Nick Barker. Director: Graham Watts.(A- R). Sand Yacht Racing (Thurs Sept 6th 1. Fylde International Sand Yacht Club (Granada). The Mighty Arsenal (Thurs Sept 6th 1.

At Highbury, meet soccer personalities as Tom Whittaker, Bob Wall and Jack Crayston. Commentators: Bernard Joy and John Wynn Jones. Director: Peter Lloyd (ATV). Chessington Zoo (Fri Sept 7th 1. Producer: Anthony Flanagan.

The Keston Foreign Bird Farm (Monday September 1. J Boosey, Alec Brooksbank, and WD Cumming, commentator: Peter Lloyd.

Producer: RS Compton (ATV). The Army MT School Bordon (Monday September 1.

Demonstration of Hill Climbing over the Laundry Hill circuit. Commentator: Nick Barker. Online Dating In Japan A Test Of Social Information read more. Director: Bill Perry. Tuesday September 1. Trick riding by AMTS including the Tunnel of Flame, Jumoing the Human Ramp, and Bantum the Mechanical Clown (A- R).

Waterfront (Tuesday September 1. Travelling Eye goes to Liverpool to watch ships being unloaded (Granada). International Sheep Dog Trials (Thursday September 1. Castle Park Ruthin (Granada). Hop Festival (Friday September 1. The story of hops with Nick Barker and Kent Walton from Beltring. Director: Alan Morris (A- R).

Town Withour Peer (Wed Sept 2. In the Travelling Eye series, a visit to Wigan (Granada). All That Glisters.. Thurs Sept 2. 7th 1. Mayfair fashion show. Ben Lyon discusses the models with Mary Hill.

Director: Alan Morris. A- R). Club for Boys (Wed Oct 1. In the Travelling Eye series, a visit to a Manchester boys' club (Granada). The Dairy Show (Wednesday October 2. The second day of the 7. British Dairy Show.

Director: Alan Morris (A- R). Tea at the Embassy (Mon Nov 1. Australian Embassy. With Acting High Commissioner Sir Edwin Mc. Carthy. Arranged by Howard S Cotton. Diplomatic liaison by Remy Hefter.

Commentary: Mary Hill and Kenneth Macleod. Director Alan Morris. Behind the Picture (Wed Nov 2. The Travelling Eye visits the Walker Art Gallery Liverpool. Director: William Gaskill (Granada). Smithfield Show (Wed Dec 5th 1.

Earls Court. Commentators: Muriel Young, Nick Barker and Philip Buckingham. Director: Alan Morris. A- R). Tea at the Embassy (Mon Dec 1. Legation of the Republic of Korea. With High Excellency the Korean Minister and Mrs Louisa Pak Lee. Arranged by Howard S Cotton.

Diplomatic liaison by Remy Hefter. Commentary: Mary Hill and Kenneth Macleod. Director Alan Morris.

The Moor Mystery (Wed Dec 1. The Travelling Eye investigates a 5. Pennine Moors. The 1. Marsden Moor was never caught. Director: William Gaskill (Granada). Frolics on Ice (Boxing Day 1.

Children's Christmas Party from Streatham Ice Rink. Host: Kent Walton with the British Open Professional Pair Champions 1. Lorna Eileen (Rock n roll on stilts), Patricia Pauley, Susan Gregory, Patricia Edwards, Susan Lee, the Skating Horse, and Andrew Fenner (Hammond Organ). Director: Bill Perry.

A- R). The Enthronement of the Archbishop of Westminster (Monday February 1. Bill Allenby. Outside Broadcasts, apart from Horse Racing, and weekend broadcasts, were largely absent from the schedules until. Wimbledon 1. 95. 7 (from Mon June 2. Commentators Fred Perry, Dennis Coombe, Emlyn Jones, Peter Lloyd, and Kent Walton. Directors: Alan Morris and Stephen Wade.

Royal Lancashire Show (Wed July 3. The Travelling Eye at the Royal Lancashire Agricultural Show at Blackpool. Director: John Nicholl. This was a return visit from 1. Hulton Boys' and Girls' Exhibition (Tues Aug 6th 1.

Muriel Young and Kent Walton bring highlights of the Olympia show. Director: Alan Morris.

A- R). World Scout Jubilee Jamboree (Tues Aug 6th 1. The Wolf Cub Display. Commentators: Lord Baden- Powell and Ken Johnstone. Wed Aug 7th 4. 3.

Arrowe Park Sub- Camp to see the Cuban Contingent. Host: Ralph Reader. Junior Hosts: Neville Evans, Ian Grant and Michael Phillips. Thur Aug 8th, 5- 5.

Godollo Sub- Camp, hosts as Wednesday. Fri Aug 9th, 4. 3. Copenhagen Sub- Camp, hosts as Wednesday. Director: Bill Allenby (ATV). A final visit was on Sat Aug 1. National Sea Scouts display, commentator: Ken Johnstone. The About Religion programme on August 1.

Chief Scout. Afternoon Out: The 1. Annual Display at Farnborough (Tues Sept 3rd 1. Commentators: Jeffrey Quill, Robert Everett and Neville Barker. Director: Bill Perry. A- R). Her Majesty The Queen opens the 4.

Annual Conference of the Inter- Parliamentary Union (Thurs Sept 1. From Westminster Hall. Scene described by Kenenth Mac.

Leod. TV Presentation by Aubrey Singer and Tom Millett (by arrangement with BBC). International Dancing Championships (Thursday Oct 3.

Royal Albert Hall. Introduced by Kenneth Macleod. Commentator: Elsa Wells. Director: Bill Perry A TV Times letter claimed, "I have just been watching the afternoon session of the Dancing Champinships and I noticed during the juvenile semi- final that the iridiscent sequins on the girls' dresses showed quite distinctly in colour." (A- R). Winter at the Wheel (Friday Nov 1st 1. Chelmsford on safe driving in winter. Introduced by Kent Walton.

Director: Alan Morris (A- R). University of London (Wednesday. December 4th 1. 95. Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother confers an honourary degree of Doctor of Music on HRH Princess Margaret. Commentator: Neville Barker. TV Presentation by Antony Craxton (by arrangement with BBC). Royal Windsor Horse Show (Thursday May 1.

May 1. 6th 2. 4. 0- 3. Commentator: Viscount Allenby.

Director: Bill Allenby/Stephen Wade. Air Display (Mon May 2. Rolls Royce Airfield Hucknall. Commentators: Peter Lloyd and Emlyn Jones. Director: Anthony Flanagan (ATV). The Shrewsbury Musical and Floral Fete (Wednesday Aug 2.

The Quarry, with music by The Life and Welsh Guards. Commentators: Noele Gordon and Bill Allenby. Director: Kit Plant.

State Opening of Parliament (Tues Oct 2. ITV Commentary: Robin Day (produced by BBC).

Having a Wonderful Time (Boxing Day 1. The Soho Association's annual children's party, with David Kossof, the Vipers Skiffle Group, Jackie Moran, Don Lang, Bridie Corsie, with Johnnie Haynes and Margaret Edwards. Introduced by Gordon Bradley.

Director: Graham Watts. A- R). The Royal Agricultural Show (Wed July 8th 1. Thurs July 9th, 4.

Oxford. Commentators: Tom Glazer and David Calcutt. Director: Graham Watts. A- R). Election Results (Friday October 9th 1.

ITV's first election coverage had begun the previous evening, scheduled to end at 2. Friday morning. Then bright and early at 6. Huw Thomas had the elction results. A break from 9am but at 1. Ian Trethowan and Brian Connell gave the results, with George Ffitch, Reginald Bosanquet and John Ardagh at Party HQs. Local results were transmitted from London, director: Cyril Butcher. ITN coordinated production with directors John Rhodes and Graham Watts.

The programme was due to end when the results were known. Commonwealth Journey (Monday Dec 8th 1. Duke of Edinburgh's tour of the Commonwealth. Note: Though there had been few weekday afternoon outside broadcasts, apart from horse racing, during 1.

Afternoon Out' had been applied to the range of Saturday afternoon events until just before Christmas, when it was altered to 'Let's Go.'. Point to Point (Wednesday April 6th 1. Wroughton in Wiltshire. Dating Profile Email Examples read more. Commentators: Robin Thursfield, Noel Phillips- Browne and Peter Moor.

Director: Graham Watts. A- R). Greyhound Racing (Friday April 8th 1. Park Royal Middlesex. Commentator: Tony Cooke. Interviewer: John Rickman. Results: Peter Moor. Director: Graham Turner.

A- R). Ponies of Britain (Wednesday April 1. Stallion Show from Royal Ascot. Commentators. Mrs IM Yeomans and Noel Phillips- Browne. Director: Grahame Turner. A- R). Afternoon Liturgy (Good Friday April 1. Westminster Cathedral.

Introduced by Rev Michael Hollings. Director: Graham Watts. A- R). The Royal Wedding (Friday May 6th 1. Commentators: Brian Connell and Rev Simon Phipps (inside the abbey), Kenneth Mac. Leod and Bettie Spurling (outside the abbey), Michael Ingrams and Nancy Wise (outside Buckingham Palace), Peter Lloyd (at Clarence House), Huw Thomas and Neville Barker (Horse Guards Parade), Sir James Scott Douglas and Dick Norton (Whitehall).

Royal Windsor Horse Show (Thursday May 1. Friday May 1. 3th 1. Commentator Bill Allenby. Director: Stephen Wade (ATV). There was a final visit on the Saturday afternoon.

Farm in the North (Wed May 1. Clifton Farm near Morpeth. Introduced by Raymond Brooks- Ward, assisted by James Lloyd. Director: Raymond Joss (Tyne Tees TV). Greyhound Racing (Thurs July 2. Hackney Wick Stadium.

Commentator: Tony Cooke, interviews by John Rickman, results from Peter Moor. Director: Graham Watts (A- R). Show Jumping (Tuesday Aug 2nd 1. Northampton Show at Abington Park. Commentator: Viscount Allenby. Director: Bill Allenby (ATV)- a second visit, previously in 1.

The Billingshurst Horse Show (Wed Aug 2. The Manor House. Commentators: Muriel Young and John Cotterill. Director: Tig Roe (A- R). Polo (Thur Aug 2. Ham Polo Club. Commentators: Robin Addie and Emlyn Jones.

Director: Grahame Turner (A- R). Farnborough Air Display (Tues Sept 6th 1. Commentators: Jeffrey Quill and Colin Hodgkinson.

Director: Graham Watts (A- R). Show Jumping (Wed Sept 7th 1. Romsey Show in Broadlands Park.

Commentator: Noel Phillips- Browne. Director: Bill Perry (Southern TV).

Junior Lawn Tennis Championships (Thurs Sept 8th 1. Fri Sept 9th 2. 0. Wimbledon. Commentator: Emlyn Jones. Director: Grahame Turner (8th)/ Graham Watts (9th) (A- R).

Greyhound Racing (Thurs Oct 1. Hackney Stadium. Commentator: Tony Cooke. Interviewer: Peter Lloyd.

Betting and Results: Peter Moor. Director: Graham Watts (A- R). Five- A- Side Football (Fri Nov 1. The national contest organised by The People.

Commentator: Emlyn Jones. Director: Grahame Turner (A- R). Marionette Rehearsal (Mon Dec 1. Little Angel Theatre Islington where John Wright's Marionettes are rehearsing for their Christmas tour. Introduced by Nancy Wise. Director: Graham Watts (A- R). Schoolboy Boxing (Tues Dec 1.

Albany School Enfield. Commentator: Fred Verlander. Director: J Murray Ashford (A- R). Christmas Rush (Fri Dec 1. Peter Lloyd visits the South Eastern Parcel Office London Director: J Murray Ashford (A- R). Forgeries And Deceptive Copies (Mon Jan 3. OB cameras at the British Museum in the Department of Prints and Drawings.

Introduced by Celia Irving. Director: Graham Watts (A- R). Greyhound Racing (Mon Feb 6th 1.

Park Royal. Commentator: Tony Cooke. Interviewer: Peter Lloyd. Betting and Results: Peter Moor. Director: Graham Watts (A- R). The Design Centre (Tues Feb 7th 1.

Haymarket. With Dick Norton. Director: J Murray Ashford (A- R). Basketball (Wed Feb 8th 1. Third USAF Ruislip.

London Rockets v Greenham Common Pirates. Commentator: Peter Lloyd. Director: J Murray Ashford (A- R). Canal Crusing (Tues Mar 2. Little Venice Paddington to see the British Waterways Exhibition.

Commentators: Kent Walton and Maureen Davies. Director: David Gardner (A- R). Crookham One- Day Event (Wed Mar 2. Twesledown Racecourse in Hampshire to watch the show jumping. Commentator: Viscount Allenby. Director: Graham Watts (A- R).

Greyhound Racing (Thurs Mar 2. Stamford Bridge. Commentator: Tony Cooke. Interviewer: Peter Lloyd. Results: Peter Moor. Director: David Gardner (A- R).

Croome Hunt Point- to- Point (Tuesday Apr 4th 1. Ryalls Court Upton- on- Severn. Commentators: Raymond Brooks- Ward and Peter Lloyd. Director: Bill Allenby (ATV). The Queen in the North (Wednesday May 2.

The Travelling Eye watches the Queen opening Manchester's new courts. Commentator: Bill Grundy.

Director: David Warwick (Granada). The Royal Wedding (Thursday June 8th 1.

York Minster, the marriage of the Duke of Kent to Katharine Worsley. Commentators were the cream that ITV could produce: Ian Trethowan, Brian Connell, Bill Grundy, Tom Coye, Reginald Bosanquet, Keith Fordyce, Jenny Nasmyth, Peter Lloyd, and Gerry Loftus. Drectors: Andy Gullen, Raymond Joss, Anthony Flanagan, David Warwick, Graham Watts, and Max Morgan- Witts. From which it can be deduced that the ITV companies cooperated on this.

Wimbledon 1. 96. 1 (two weeks from Monday June 2. ITV coverage, Granada showed very little.

Commentators; Fred Perry, Emlyn Jones, Kent Walton and Jaroslav Drobny. Directors: Graham Watts, Grahame Turner, and J Murray Ashford. The Enthronement (Tuesday June 2. Archbishop of Canterbury. Commentator: Brian Connell.

Director: Berkeley Smith (Southern TV). Oh! Oh! (Tues Oct 1. OB cameras visit the OO model railway layout "at a famous London store.". Commentator: Peter Lloyd. Director: Pembroke Dutson (ATV).

Toys in the Design Centre (Wed Oct 1. Design Centre. With John West and Carola Mason. Director: John P Hamilton (A- R). Tenpin Bowling (Thur Oct 1.

Leytonstone Bowl. South Ruislip (USA Ladies) v Dagenham (GB Ladies). Commentator: Emlyn Jones. Director: John P Hamilton (A- R).

A Fibre in Fashion (Fri Oct 2. A fashion show from Celanese House. Commentator: Mary Hill. Director: Bill Allenby (ATV). National Five- A- Side Football (Tues Oct 3.

Municpal Baths Epsom. District semi finals and finals, organised by The People. Commentator: Kent Walton. Director: Grahame Turner (A- R).

Rugby Football (Wed Nov 1st 1. Royal Artilllery Barracks Woolwich. Second half of Royal Artillery v Royal Army Service Corps.

Commentator: Gerwyn Williams. Director: Grahame Turner (A- R). Royal Horse Guards (Thur Nov 2nd 1. Knightsbridge Barrakcs. Commentator: Lt- Col JA Cooke. Director: John P Hamilton (A- R). Schoolboys Boxing (Fri Nov 3rd 1.

Barnfield Secondary Modern School, Burnt Oak. Commentator: Fred Verlander. Director: John P Hamilton (A- R). Rugby (Wed Nov 8th 1. Old Deer Park Richmond.

Second half of Surrey v Eastern Counties. Commentator: Gerwyn Williams. Director: Anthony Flanagan (ATV). Royal Journey (Thur Nov 9th 1. Outside broadcast from the Museum of British Transport in Clapham. Guide: John Scholes, with Celia Irving. Director: Graham Watts (A- R).

Jewellery (Fri Nov 1. Goldsmiths' Hall. Commentator: Keith Fordyce. Director: Pembroke Duttson (ATV). Association Football (Wed Apr 1.

Aldershot. Army Cup Final. Commentators: Peter Lloyd and Joe Jagger. Director: John P Hamilton (A- R). Greyhound Racing (Thur Apr 1. Stamford Bridge. Commentator: Tony Cooke. Interviewer: John Rickman.

Results: Peter Moor. Director: Graham Watts (A- R). London Schools Amateur Boxing Association (Fri Apr 1. St Peters Primary School Woolwich. London trials for the London v Dublin tournament.

Director: J Murray Ashford (A- R). Wimbledon 1. 96. 2 (June 1. Tennis (Wednesday July 2.

Thurs 2. 6th, and Fri 2. July)- Inter County Week from Devonshire Park Eastbourne.

Commentators: Emlyn Jones and Mary Halford. Directors: J Murray Ashford and Grahame Turner (A- R by arrangement with Southern). The Building Centre (Fri Aug 3rd 1. John West shows round "one of Britain's best known young- marrieds." Director: Robert Fleming (A- R). Bowls (Monday Aug 2. Watney's Bowling Green Mortlake, for the Amateur National Championships. Commentator: Emlyn Jones.

Director: J Murray Ashford. A- R). Trades Union Congress (Monday Sept 3rd 1. Also Tuesday to Thursday that week commencing 9. Winter Gardens Blackpool. The first ever broadcast of this congress. Commentators: Bill Grundy and Harold Perkin.

Director: Mike Wooller (Granada). Liberal Party Assembly (Wed Sept 1. Schools broadcast)- from Pier Pavilion Llandudno. Travelling Eye at the party conferences for the first time. Commentators: Bill Grundy and Ian Trethowan. Director: Mike Wooller (Granada). Note: the precise coverage was announced only the day previously.

It continued until the closing speech on Saturday Sept 2. There was similar coverage of the Labour and Conservative Conferences, the latter also having to compete with Racing from York. Similar schedules also in 1. Institute of Directors (Wed Oct 3. Schools)- annual conference from Royal Albert Hall.

Introduced by Brian Connell. Director: Graham Watts. A- R). The Royal Smithfield Show (Tues Dec 4th 1. Earl's Court. Commentators: Peter Lloyd and Raymong Brooks- Ward. Director: Grahame Turner. A- R). A New Look at Old Ships (Wednesday Feb 2. Science Museum to see the new Sailing Ship Gallery with John Mc.

Carthy. Director: J Murray Ashford (A- R). International Football (Wednesday May 8th 1. England v Brazil from Wembley. FA Centenary match, second half coverage.

Commentator: Gerry Loftus. Director: Graham Turner.