Maria Bird brings Andy to play with your small children and invites them to join in the songs and games
AUDREY ATTERBURY and MOLLY GIBSON pull the strings
GLADYS WHITRED sings the songs
Script, music, and settings by MARIA BIRD
For the very young
Stories about a family of wooden dolls who live on a farm
AUDREY ATTERBURY and MOLLY GIBSON pull the strings
Voices by EILEEN BROWNE , JOSEFINA RAY and PETER HAWKINS
Script and music by MARIA BIRD
A second chance to see the German film based on a story by the Brothers Grimm
Killing seven flies at one stroke was good practice for unicorn-baiting, boar-hunting, and giant-killing, so the Little Tailor found
Commentary spoken by JOHNNY MORRIS Presented by Peggy Miller
Over the Dyke Peter Scott goes to Holland to find out how the animals have fared during the time that land was being reclaimed from the sea
Filmed by EWART NEEDHAM and MAURICE FISHER
Film editor, Keith Hopkins
Produced by RONALD WEBSTER
From the West
First transmission on July 1, 1964
Holland is a small country and a crowded one. and so it is important for the Dutch to reclaim as much land from the sea as possible. One of the biggest projects of reclamation is the Zuyder Zee , which was conceived by the great engineer-statesman Lely. And here an interesting invasion takes place as the land is slowly drained but before it is ready for occupation by man. A fascinating variety of wildlife moves in: it includes birds, particularly wildfowl, voles, rabbits, and insects. This afternoon's Look programme is the first of two (the second can be seen next Tuesday) about the wildlife which settles on Holland's reclaimed land.
The panel tries to identify well-known personalities in a game of question, answer, deduction, and intuition
Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
Chairman, Kenneth Horne
Designer, Luciana Arrighi Director MICHAEL GOODWIN
Producer, JOHN IRWIN
Macdonald Hastings travels
COAST TO COAST
2: Nothing to Declare!
Such was the boast of the Cornish smuggler who was regarded by his countrymen as the guardian of our liberties against the despotism of the Crown'
Cameraman, George Shears Sound, Cliff Voice
Film editor, Jim Tobin
Directed by JOHN DOBSON Produced by PETER BALE From the West
A serial by HAZEL ADAIR and PETER LING
Change of Plans
Ben is irritated, Adrian bewildered, and Doug has a disappointing evening.
Script by HUGH WHITEMORE
Story editor, Lennox Phillips Designer, Daphne Shortman Producer, WILLIAM STERLING
Directed by BILL SELLARS
LANCE PERCIVAL with KENNETH COPE and ANITA HARRIS
Special guest artist, AMANDA BARRIE
Written by SID GREEN and DICK HILLS
Lighting by Eric Monk
Sound by Len Shorey
Film cameraman, John Turner
Film editor, Maurice Thompson
Musical direction, PETER KNIGHT
Burt Rhodes , Johnny Keating
Designed by Colin Shaw
Produced by KENNETH CARTER
Ministry of Research Centre No. 3 starring
ROBINSON REED and MICHAEL HAWKINS in Unwelcome Visitor by JOHN MAYNARD
Guest star, Hugh Burden
Cast in order of appearance:
Theme music by KEN THORNE
Incidental music by ALBERT ELMS
Research for the series, Jim Coburn Film cameraman, Mark MacDonald Film editor, Angus Newton Story editor, Ken Levison Designer, John Cooper Producer, JOHN ROBINS
Directed by PAUL BERNARD
Sir Michael Gerrard:
Dr Richard Franklin:
A documentary about ten days in the life of Britain's No. D.J.
Personal appearances by: BRIAN JONES of The Rolling Stones
GENTLEMAN JIM LEWIS
Research by Jim Coburn
Photography by Bob Sleigh Additional photography by Gordon Entwistle and John Robins
Sound recordist. Malcolm Hill
Film editor. Peter Marsh
Produced and directed by JOHN ROBINS
G. J. Lewis appears by permission of Joint Promotions Ltd.
with Jonathan Miller
ART AND DELUSION
Three ways of looking at the world
Why so thin
The art critic John Berger looks at the work of the great sculptor Giacometti whose strange spindly figures have been one of the great mysteries of modern European sculpture. Berger solves the mystery in terms of Giacometti's theories of vision.
The Middle-class Magician
The art critic George Melly went to Brussels and made a film about the Belgian surrealist René Magritte whose pictures are conundrums about the way the world looks.
Cheese! Or what really did happen in Andy Warhol 's Studio
MONITOR comes to an end with a surprise of its own making.
Research assistant, Anne James
Ann Turner , Patrick Garland
Film editor, Allan Tyrer
NANCY THOMAS , CHRISTOPHER BURSTALL
Editor, JONATHAN MILLER
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