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: PURE MATHEMATICS

Programme 21 For Schools
Previously shown on Monday

: PURE MATHEMATICS

A course running through the academic year
Programme 22
Presented by Norman Hyland Directed by DAVID ROSEVEAR For Schools
Repeated on Friday at 9.40 a.m.
This course consists of two consecutive weekly broadcasts at 10.5 a.m. on Monday and Wednesday, repeated respectively at 9.40 a.m. on Wednesday and Friday.

Contributors

Presented By: Norman Hyland
Directed By: David Rosevear

: ENGINEERING SCIENCE

12: The Electric Current. Previously shown on Tuesday.

: TELEVISION CLUB

Windsor Davies introduces
THE SCHOOL PANTOMIME For Schools
Previously shown on Tuesday

: DISCOVERING SCIENCE

Warming Water For Schools
Previously shown on Tuesday

: THE NEWS

: WEDNESDAY MAGAZINE

Keep in touch with likely people and lively ideas in the arts, entertainment and the world at large with David Jacobs
Production assistant, Iris Furlonfif Director, Sheila Innes
Producer. RICHARD Francis

Contributors

Unknown: David Jacobs
Unknown: Iris Furlonfif
Director: Sheila Innes
Producer: Richard Francis

: SCIENCE AND LIFE

Men and Microbes
1: LOOKING AT MICROBES
Introduced by David Gall
Film editor, Jesse Palmer
Produced by MICHAEL TOTTON For Schools

Contributors

Introduced By: David Gall
Editor: Jesse Palmer
Produced By: Michael Totton

: INTERVAL

: WATCH WITH MOTHER

For the very young
The Flowerpot Men
AUDREY ATTERBURY and MOLLY GIBSON pull the strings
GLADYS WHITRED sings the songs
PETER HAWKINS speaks the voices
BBC film

Contributors

Unknown: Audrey Atterbury
Unknown: Molly Gibson
Unknown: Gladys Whitred
Unknown: Peter Hawkins

: THE MAGIC SHOES

A mime play for deaf children devised by PAT KEYSALL and acted by members of the Royal National Institute for the Deaf Mime Group
Stitch the shoemaker was kind and hardworking, but other people always wanted to get his work for nothing. In fact, poor Stitch nearly starved, until one day his money-till started to make magic and then strange things happened to his customers.
Music specially written by ROGER Fiske
Produced by TONY ARNOLD
Programme arranged in co-operation with the Royal National Institute for the Deaf.

Contributors

Unknown: Pat Keysall
Written By: Roger Fiske
Produced By: Tony Arnold
Stitch, a shoemaker: Eric Whitham
Sly, the pedlar: Roy Sheldrick
Mrs Haughty: Winifred Marshall
Hamlyn, her son: Graeme Munro
Mrs Fidget: Gwendoline Watford
Fiona, her daughter: Alexandra Fox
The magic helper: Jaqueline Dickson

: HOBBIES CLUB

Photography
—3—
JOHN WEST and JUDITH CHALMERS show you how to create with your camera when taking pictures in the winter.
Directed by Derek Trimby Produced by Tony ARNOLD

Contributors

Unknown: Judith Chalmers
Directed By: Derek Trimby
Produced By: Tony Arnold

: THAT'S THE STYLE

Introduced by Geoffrey Wheeler JUDO
One of the most popular sports in Britain is the ancient and skilful art of Judo. Today, TREVOR LEGGETT , Europe's leading expert, shows you the right style for success. His class includes young members of the Renshuden Club.
Edited by Lawrie Higgins
Presented by Richard Tilling

Contributors

Introduced By: Geoffrey Wheeler
Unknown: Trevor Leggett
Edited By: Lawrie Higgins
Presented By: Richard Tilling

: THE NEWS

: TOWN AND AROUND

A daily presentation of news and views from
London and the South-East
Introduced by Michael Aspel followed by THE WEATHER

Contributors

Introduced By: Michael Aspel

: BUCKNELL'S HOUSE

Barry Bucknell 's weekly do-it-yourself TV guide to work in the home
33: Some of the rooms are now ready for the final touches-pelmets and curtains, new floor covering and new skirting boards; and the long, steady operation of wallpapering continues. There is a new idea for a warm floor in the front bedroom of the basement flat, and the basement hall can now be completed with cupboards and a door made of transparent plastic
Music played by Tommy Reilly and Roland Harker Produced by STANLEY HYLAND

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Bucknell
Played By: Tommy Reilly
Played By: Roland Harker
Produced By: Stanley Hyland

: TONIGHT

Look around with Cliff Michelmore
Derek Hart
Alan Whicker
Fyfe Robertson
Trevor Philpott
Kenneth Allsop
Macdonald Hastings
Julian Pettifer
Brian Redhead and Robin Hall , Jimmie Macgregor Associate producers,
Elizabeth Cowley , Jack Gold
Derrick Amoore , Kevin Billington
Assistant editors,
Gordon Watkins , Peter Batty Editor, ANTONY JAY

Contributors

Unknown: Cliff Michelmore
Unknown: Derek Hart
Unknown: Alan Whicker
Unknown: Fyfe Robertson
Unknown: Trevor Philpott
Unknown: Kenneth Allsop
Unknown: MacDonald Hastings
Unknown: Julian Pettifer
Unknown: Brian Redhead
Unknown: Robin Hall
Unknown: Jimmie MacGregor
Unknown: Elizabeth Cowley
Unknown: Jack Gold
Unknown: Derrick Amoore
Unknown: Kevin Billington
Unknown: Gordon Watkins
Unknown: Peter Batty

: HEADLINE NEWS

: LOOK

Introduced by Peter Scott
ANIMALS AND THEIR YOUNG
1: Becoming a Parent
Reproduction and parental care take wonderfully varied forms. The mud dauber wasp never sees her young but, acting by instinct only, seals up a living caterpillar for her grub to feed on. The higher mammals respond to their young in complicated ways and care for them for weeks and even for years.
The programme deals with three stages of parental care-preparation for birth, birth, and feeding the young. Edited by Jim Tobin
Written and produced by EILEEN MOLONY
From the West

Contributors

Introduced By: Peter Scott
Edited By: Jim Tobin
Produced By: Eileen Molony

: Z CARS

There are two young constables in each car, ready to deal with trouble as it happens
Five and a Match by JOHN HOPKINS
Directed by Shaun Sutton
Export cigarettes are being. imported Into the Newtown area. Lynch and Steele pick up some fag-ends of information.
Designer, Frederick Knapman
Film sequences:
Cameraman. Charles Lagus Editor, Ian Callaway
Produced by DAVID E. Rosi

Contributors

Directed By: Shaun Sutton
Designer: Frederick Knapman
Unknown: Charles Lagus
Editor: Ian Callaway
Produced By: David E. Rosi

: SPORTSVIEW

Introduced by PETER DIMMOCK presenting
News-Action-Personalities
Tonight's programme includes CRICKET
The Third Test
Australia v. England
Film of the match at Sydney and all the latest sports news Edited by RONNIE NOBLE and LESLIE KETTLEY
Assistant editor, Phil Pilley Presented by Alec Weeks

Contributors

Introduced By: Peter Dimmock
Edited By: Ronnie Noble
Edited By: Leslie Kettley
Editor: Phil Pilley
Presented By: Alec Weeks

: THE NEWS

: OUT OF BOUNDS

starring
MICHAEL REDGRAVE with PAULINE, JAMESON CHARLES HESLOP
ANTON DIFFRING in recorded scenes from the new comedy by ARTHUR WATKYN at Wyndham's Theatre, London
Designed by Hutchinson Scott Directed by HAROLD FRENCH
Televised by arrangement with Henry Sherek
Presented for television by John Vernon

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Redgrave
Unknown: Jameson Charles Heslop
Unknown: Anton Diffring
Comedy By: Arthur Watkyn
Designed By: Hutchinson Scott
Directed By: Harold French
Arrangement With: Henry Sherek
Television By: John Vernon
Purdie: Graham Armitage
Sir Gerald Blythe,K.C.B: A. J. Brown
Miss Vaughan: Pauline Jameson
Lancelot Dodd, M A: Michael Redgrave
Toni: Michael Bates
Al Miller: Peter Stephens
Mr Bland: Lionel Gamlin
Aubrey Glenville: Charles Heslop
Budge Herman: Michael Balfour
Anton Lesch: Anton Diffring

: CUBISM AND AFTER

2: A Sum of Destructions
Modern art has been the destroyer of many accepted conventions in painting and sculpture. The style known as Cubism, which came into being 50-odd years ago, has been the chief agent of destruction. PABLO PICASSO , one of the original Cubists, has remained in the forefront of the shock troops of modern art.
Narrated by Frank Duncan Reader, PATRICK TROUGHTON
Written by DAVID SYLVESTER and MICHAEL GILL
Film editor, Jesse Palmer
Produced by MICHAEL GILL BBC film
ROWBRIDGE, BRIGHTON
10.10-10.40 In View. Paper Roots: an account of a country newspaper
MANNINGTREE
10.10-10.40 Farming Club: for East Anglia

Contributors

Unknown: Pablo Picasso
Reader: Patrick Troughton
Written By: David Sylvester
Written By: Michael Gill
Editor: Jesse Palmer
Produced By: Michael Gill

: LATE NIGHT NEWS

: THE WEATHER

Close Down

: WELSH TRANSMITTERS AND HOLME MOSS, SUTTON COLDFIELD CRYSTAL PALACE CAMPAU

Bwrw golwg ar chwaraeon ledled Cymru gyda
Fftlmiau-Trafodaethau-Nodweddion
Y cyflwyno gan CARWYN JAMES Y cynhyrchu gan TOM DAVIES Welsh sports programme

Contributors

Unknown: Carwyn James
Unknown: Tom Davies








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