9.38 Merry-go-Round Beginning
The first of three sex education programmes for 8- and 9-year-olds
Words and Pictures (A)
10.25-10.45 Maths Workshop: Stage 1
Boats: Sinking and Floating
First Test Match
England v Australia The whole of the first morning's play direct from
A Test Match against Australiais always one of cricket's special occasions. In this first match of the series, IAN CHAPPELL 'S young team will provide tough opposition as England start their bid to retain the Ashes won by Ray Illing worth's side in Sydney last year. Introduced by Peter West
Commentary team RICHIE BENAUD JIM LAKER , TED DEXTER
Television presentation by DAVID KENNING and NICK HUNTER
A new series in which teams will compete with each other to identify foreign scenes and answer questions about life in other countries.
Resident team John Carter Polly Elwes , Stephen Danos Visiting team Tom Savage
Romany Bain , Harry Chandler Chairman Ray Alan
Director PEGGY WALKER Producer CECIL KORER
Paul Daneman , Julian Glover in Who Among Us? by JOHN GOULD
2:' There is a traitor-in this unit'
Serial devised by ROBERT BARR
starring Tim Brooke-Taylor Graeme Garden , Bill Oddie JULIAN ORCHARD
TOMMY GODFREY , RAY MARLOWE
Written by GRAEME GARDEN and BILL ODDIE With TIM BROOKE-TAYLOR Director JIM FRANKLIN
Producer JOHN HOWARD DAVIES
In the third and final programme in this series, Harold Williamson looks at two men who enjoy the work they are doing. Not highly qualified and not generously paid - they have jobs that give them fulfilment: variety, purpose and freedom to work on their own initiative. Both are detectives: one, an older self-styled 'thief-catcher' in Pudsey, Yorkshire; the other younger, concerned with reforming as well as catching offenders, in Doncaster. Real detectives with opinions about the law, the human race - and even Softly, Softly.
in The Lion's Cub by JOHN HALE
... a political thriller as fast, urgent and exciting as Dumas. (DAILY MAIL) The colours and costumes, sets and scenes and images are as striking, gorgeous and evocative as we knew they would be. Plainly not a moment should be missed. (SUNDAY TIMES) Elizabeth R won the 1971-1972 Emmy Awards: Outstanding Series - Drama; Outstanding New Series.
Glenda Jackson won: Outstanding Continued Performance, Actress in Leading Role in Dramatic Series; Outstanding Single Performance, Actress in Leading Role.
Elizabeth Waller won: Outstanding Achievement Costume Design
Music DAVID MUNROW
Designer PETER SEDDON
Producer RODERICK GRAHAM Director CLAUDE WHATHAM
(Glenda Jackson : pages 52-54)
Thomas Seymour, uncle of Edward VI:
Fowler, Secretary to the King:
John Dudley, Duke of Northumberland, Lord Protector:
Kat Ashley, Elizabeth's governess:
Sir Thomas Parry, Treasurer:
Sir Robert Tyrwhit:
Widow Of Henry VIII: Rosalie
Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury:
Lady Jane Grey:
de Noailles, French Ambassador:
Renard, Ambassador to the Holy Roman Empire:
Sir Thomas Wyatt:
Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester, Lord Chancellor:
Earl of Sussex:
Bridges, Lieutenant of the Tower:
Sir Henry Bedingfield:
Philip of Spain:
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