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C0iiit*iy tin iniuuic vnw CAMERA THREE. "The Illustrated H i t c h c o c k . " Alfred Hitchcock, one of best directors of suspense films the screen has produced, will be interviewed in two separate half hours In Part I today, Pia Linstrom will talk with the master director about many aspects of his craft and film clips will be scattered throughout. Next week, film historian Bill Everson will pick up where Miss Lindstrom leaves off. Film buffs should tune in for this visit with the always quotable Hitchcock. 11 a.m. CBS Q Â·0 *Â· SPORTS SPECIAL. "AAU International Champions." Events highlighted today are the National AAU Diving Championships from Woods Park Memorial Pool in Lincoln. Neb.; and the Henley Royal Regatta from Henley, England. 3 p.m. CBS. Q *Â· SOUTHERN B A P T I S 1 HOUR. "The Prado." (Repeat). The title refers to one of the great art museums in the world, the Prado in Madrid, Spain. Your hostess, Aline Saarinen. offers you the next best thing to a personal visit. She leads you through the high spots of die fabulous collection of paintings it houses, the result of the artistic instinct for recognizing genius by a group of Spanish monarchs, hardly known for their sensitivity in any other areas of human endeavor. Time in for the background on the relationship between these rulers and their proteges, but more especially for the paintings on view by Titian, Rubens, Velazquez, El Greco (with a side trip to his city of Toledo), and Goya. 4 p.m. NBC. Sunday Gazette-Mail TENNIS CLASSIC. In a quarterfinal match in this elimination tournament from Sea Pines Plantation in Hilton Head, S. C., Ken Rosewall plays Roy Emerson. 4:30 p.m. CBS. QQ Â»- MOVIE. "Luv." (1967) (Repeat). A trio of fine comedic talents -- Elaine May, Peter Falk and Jack Lemmon -- almost manage to overcome this heavy- handed rendering of Murray Schisgal's clever Broadway play about life and love among middle class New Yorkers. May comes off best, and there are some bright moments in ths spotty but funny exercise in avant-garde sophistication. 9 p m. ABC. MASTERPIECE T H E A TER. "The Spoils of Poynton: Sharp Practice." (Repeat). Touching is the word for part two of this foiir-part a d a p t a t i o n of Henry James's study of pride and power in conflict with one another. Elegance of production and acting continues to underline all the nuances of the author's mother-son- fiancee battle for possession. Overwhelming them all, however, is the role of the lovely outsider, Fleda Vetch, and her scenes with sen Owen will remain ia your memory long after the hour has gone. 9 p.m. ETV Q Â»- BOLD ONES. "S h o r t Flight to a Distant Star." (Repeat). This episode has two things going for it. One is the relationship between a father who in an incorrigible adventurer with Irish songs on his lips, and his only daughter, who loves him but can't put up with his outrageous life style. The other is a medical experiment with a space age centrifuge, that's used to get at a part of a bullet lodged in the man's brain. C a m e r o n Mitchell guest stars, and lie's a natural for (he part 10 p.m. NBC. Â© TiME Pull Out Tlus Section . . .Refer to it all week. Charleston, West Virginia, July lÂ«-22, 1972 "The Jackson Five" will appear at 8 p.m., August 13 at The Civic Center Melaniv trill star in "Good Vibration*' at 9:30 p.m., July 18 on NBC-TV.