(BBC 2 World symbol.)
Voice Over: Here is a preview of some of the programs
you'll be able to see coming shortly on BBC Television. To kick off
with there's variety ... (still picture of Peter West and Brian
Johnston) Peter West and Brian Johnston star in 'Rain Stopped
Play', a whacky new comedy series about the gay exploits of two
television cricket commentators (photo of E. W. Swanton) with
E. W. Swanton as Aggie the kooky Scots maid. For those of you who
don't like variety, there's variety, with Brian Close at the Talk of
the Town. (Brian Close in cricket whites on a stage) And of
course there'll be sport. The Classics series (engraving of
London and caption: 'The Classics) return to BBC 2 with
twenty-six episodes of John Galsworthy's 'Snooker My Way'
(composite photo of Nyree Dawn Porter holding a snooker cue)
with Nyree Dawn Porter repeating her triumph as Joe Davis. And of
course there'll be sport. Comedy is not forgotten (Caption:
'Comedy) with Jim Laker (photo of Laker) in 'Thirteen
Weeks of Off-spin Bowling'. Jim plays the zany bachelor bowler in a
new series of 'Owzat', with Anneley Brummond-Haye on Mr. Softee
(photo of same) as his wife. And of course there'll be sport.
'Panorama' will be returning, introduced ('Panorama' caption with
photo of Tony Jacklin) as usual by Tony Jacklin, and Lulu
(photo of Lulu) will be tackling the Old Man of Hoy (photo of
same). And for those of you who prefer drama - there's sport. On
'Show of the Week' Kenneth Wostenholme sings. (still of him,
superimposed over Flick Colby Dancers, Pans People, ono) And for
those of you who don't like television there's David Coleman.
(picture of him smiling) And of course there'11 be sport. But
now for something completely different - sport.
('Grandstand' signature tune starts and then abruptly cuts
into the usual animated credit titles.)