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: APNA HI GHAR SAMAJHIYE

Make Yourself at Home
For viewers from
Pakistan and India including
Health and Welfare
Look, Listen, and Speak
Lesson 18
Teacher, Robert Chapman
Asian Music
' Look. Listen, and Speak," Book 2. In Hindi, Urdu. Bengali, Punjabi, and English (the vocabulary In Gujaratt Is available In leaflet form), and long-playing record with English dialogue and practice sentences to accompany Books 1 and 2 obtainable from booksellers/record dealers, Asian Stores, or by post from [address removed]. Book 4s. 6d. (by post 6s. 4d.) (crossed postal order, please not stamps). Record 1 41s. (by post 42s. 10d.)

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Chapman

: DISC A DAWN

Discs and talents of young people

: WATCH WITH MOTHER

For the very young
Camberwick Green
Animation,
BOB BURA and JOHN HARDWICIK
Narration, BRIAN CANT
Music, FREDDIE PHILLIPS
Puppets, script, and production,
GORDON MURRAY

Contributors

Unknown: John Hardwicik
Music: Freddie Phillips
Unknown: Gordon Murray

: THE NEWS and THE WEATHER MAN

Graham Parker

Contributors

Unknown: Graham Parker

: PLAY SCHOOL

A programme for children under five
Pets Day
Presenters
Julie Stevens , Brian Cant
Today's story:
Herbie and Floosle by RONALD RICHES
Shown at 11.0 a.m. on BBC-1

Contributors

Unknown: Julie Stevens

: JACKANORY

with Rosemary Leach
Magic in my Pocket by ALISON UTTLEY
* Today: 'Orion Hardy*

Contributors

Unknown: Rosemary Leach
Unknown: Alison Uttley

: MARINE BOY

A cartoon film series
The underwater adventures of Marine Boy, the Ocean Patrol, and the white dolphin, Splasher

: WILD WORLD

A weekly look at animals in action, in close-up and in our lives with Charles Coles and Jill Dawe
Jumping Shellfish
Shellfish, like cockles and clams, react to starfish in surprising waysl
Lost Worlds
... a French film depicting animal life through the ages
Animals that appear.... and disappear
Animal ghosts are more common than you think
David Cabot reports
Directors,
KEITH HOPKINS, HUGH PITT
Producer, JOHN SPARKS from the South and West

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Coles
Unknown: Jill Dawe
Producer: John Sparks

: THE MAGIC ROUNDABOUT

Created by SERGE DANOT
English version written and told by Eric THOMPSON

Contributors

Unknown: Serge Danot
Told By: Eric Thompson

: THE NEWS and THE WEATHER MAN

Graham Parker

Contributors

Unknown: Graham Parker

: TOWN AND AROUND

London, the South-East and its people
John Bierman reports

Contributors

Unknown: John Bierman

: QUIZ BINGO

Jimmy Savile calls 'Eyes Downl' for a session of the game with Speed!-Knowledgel Wit!—Strategy!
Teams from all over Britain race each other to fill the cards and shout 'Bingo!'
Second Semi-final
STAFFORD v. WREXHAM
Directed by BOB TONER
Produced by CECIL KORER from the North
Tonight is the last round of the semi-finals. The two teams taking part have, up to this moment, scored higher points in their own individual matches than any others in this exciting and interesting game. '
Stafford have won through by outpointing their neighbours, Birmingham, and then beating Aberdeen, winners of the Scottish round-while Wrexham, representing Wales, have beaten Cardiff and latterly Newcastle, winners of the North-Eastern round.

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Savile
Directed By: Bob Toner
Produced By: Cecil Korer

: TOMORROW'S WORLD

What's new today for those interested in tomorrow
Introduced by Raymond Baxter
Discoveries ... Developments ... Trends
A weekly look at the world's fast-changing scientific, medical, and technological scene
Reporters,
James Burke , John Parry
Producers. PETER Bruce JOHN M. MANSFIELD
CHRISTOPHER RAINBOW
Editor, Michael LATHAM

Contributors

Introduced By: Raymond Baxter
Unknown: James Burke
Unknown: John Parry
Producers: Peter Bruce
Producers: John M. Mansfield
Editor: Michael Latham

: THE NEWCOMERS

Devised by Colin Morris
Bert's injury causes comment at Edens; Caroline makes up her mind about taking a holiday; Sydney finds that living at Pine Walk carries responsibilities.
Story by JOHN CRESSWELL
Script by BOB STUART
Script editor, Christopher Bond
Producer, BILL SELLARS
Directed by MIKE BOWEN from the Midlands
For cast list see page 63

Contributors

Unknown: Colin Morris
Story By: John Cresswell
Script By: Bob Stuart
Directed By: Mike Bowen

: NEWS HEADLINES

: H. ANDREW WILLIAMS KALEIDOSCOPE COMPANY

Wednesday Show Time
Presenting
ANDY WILLIAMS and his special guests,
RAY CHARLES
SIMON AND GARFUNKEL
BURT BACHARACH
MAMA CASS ELLIOTT
THE RAELETS
THE IDEALS with a prospectus for a swinging, singing show of today's sounds
A programme recorded in America
First shown on BBC-2
The success of this imaginative off-beat special is partly due to the selection of Andy's guest stars and the inventive skill of art director James Trittipo. He has effectively designed the show as a kaleidoscope of geometric patterns and multi-images which is ideal for the rhythm and blues theme of the show.
For his opening number Andy is enclosed in a box of mirrors which creates myriad pictures in an exploding pattern.

Contributors

Unknown: Andy Williams
Unknown: Ray Charles
Unknown: Burt Bacharach
Unknown: Mama Cass Elliott
Director: James Trittipo.

: IT'S MARTY FELDMAN

in Marty co-starring
JOHN JUNKIN
TIM BROOKE-TAYLOR with Roland MacLeod
Mary Miller
John Styles
Written by MARTY FELDMAN and BARRY TOOK
Additional material by JOHN JUNKIN , Michael SEDDON
Designers,
Judy Steele and Don Taylor
Directed by ROGER RACE
First shown on BBC-2

Contributors

Unknown: John Junkin
Unknown: Tim Brooke-Taylor
Written By: Marty Feldman
Written By: Barry Took
Unknown: John Junkin
Unknown: Michael Seddon
Unknown: Judy Steele
Unknown: Don Taylor
Directed By: Roger Race

: THE NEWS

with Robert Dougall followed by THE WEATHER

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Dougall

: THE WEDNESDAY PLAY

Sling Your Hook by Roy MINTON
Film editor, Stan Hawkes
Designer, Jeremy Davies Cameraman. Alan Jonas
Sound. Les Collins
Producer,IRENE SHUBIK
Directed by MICHAEL TUCHNER
See page 43
Joe, a Nottingham publican, prides himself as organiser of an annual bus tour to Blackpool. The group consists of a rowdy bunch of miners, hell-bent on a good time. Gradually Joe loses his hold as the defiant group disperses. He returns a sadder and wiser man.

Contributors

Unknown: Roy Minton
Editor: Stan Hawkes
Designer: Jeremy Davies
Unknown: Alan Jonas
Producer: Irene Shubik
Directed By: Michael Tuchner
Joe: Michael Bates
Oliver: Joe Gladwin
Mick: Patrick O'Connell
Helen Jo: Row Bottom
Roland: Kenneth Cranham
Jo: Geraldine Moffatt
Cossack: Barry Jackson
Mrs Flowers: Mavis Villiers
Lol: Johnny Wade
Pancho: Norman Jones
Alec: Warren Clarks
Pete: George Layton
Spider: Neville Smith
Hooray: Colin Spaull
Sid: Andrew McCulloch
Arthur: Derek Keller
Harry: Harvey Edwards
Tojo: Marc Gebhard
Didi: Antony Woolf
Craske: Paul Dawkins
Betty: Jean Challis
Spider's girl: Rosemary Kino
Pub landlord: Cyril Varley
Italian waiter: Narcy Calamatta
Indian waiter: Gerry Ram
Bar waiter: Tommy Ward
Salesman: Anthony Benson

: TWENTY-FOUR HOURS

What matters in the news and out of it with Kenneth Allsop and Michael Barratt
Robert McKenzie. Vincent Kan *
Assistant editor, John Dekker
Editor, ANTHONY SMITH

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Allsop
Unknown: Michael Barratt
Unknown: Robert McKenzie.
Unknown: Vincent Kan
Editor: John Dekker
Editor: Anthony Smith

: A THOUSAND MILES A DAY

The Story of the London to Sydney Marathon
The fastest rally cars in the world drove ten thousand miles in ten days to try to win the £ 10,000 first prize in the London to Sydney Marathon. The journey took them over the Alps, across the Bosphorus, through the deserts of Iran and Afghanistan to the Khyber Pass and the plains of India.
From Bombay the seventy-two survivors had a ten-day sea voyage to Fremantle before the final three-thousand-mile race through the outback of Australia to the finish at Sydney just before Christmas.
The Marathon proved to be the longest, the toughest-and the most surprising-rally in the history of motor sport, and the first two cars to reach Sydney were Andrew Cowan 's Hillman Hunter and Paddy Hopkirk 's British Ley land 1800. It was an outright British win. The Marathon was the motoring event of 1968 and Wheelbase covered it all the way.
Narrator. Maxwell Boyd
Directors:
TONY SALMON, Chris BERRY
Associate producer. John Mills
Producer. Brian Robins

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Cowan
Unknown: Hillman Hunter
Unknown: Paddy Hopkirk
Unknown: British Ley
Narrator: Maxwell Boyd
Unknown: Chris Berry
Producer: Brian Robins

: GOD SPEAKS AND MAN ANSWERS

Extracts from the writings of CHARLES PÉGUY and MICHEL QUOIST
Spoken by Roger Delgado and Emrys James
From Holy Trinity Church, Roehampton
Produced by R. T. Brooks
Close Down

Contributors

Spoken By: Roger Delgado
Produced By: R. T. Brooks








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