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: PLAY SCHOOL

A programme for children at home
Presenters,
Beryl Roques , Gordon Rollings

Contributors

Unknown: Beryl Roques
Unknown: Gordon Rollings

: NEWS

: TUESDAY TERM

7.15 WHAT IS PROGRAMMED LEARNING?
A series of five programmes specially prepared for teachers
2:Linear Programmes
Last week's broadcast ended with a short, specially written ' linear programme.' Today's broadcast shows the way in which the subject matter was analysed, and the techniques used to write the ' frames.' After this broadcast, you are invited to write the next set of ' frames ' for yourself. Written and presented by George Leith
Department of Education, University of Birmingham Graphics by Bernard Lodge
Designer, Don Horne
Produced by PETER MONTAGNOW
7.45 THE TOOLS
OF SCIENCE
A series of six programmes
2: X-ray Diffraction
Introduced by Professor Donald Rogers of Imperial College
The interpretation of X-ray diffraction patterns has led to very important discoveries about the structure of molecules. In tonight's programme Professor Rogers explains the principles of X-ray diffraction and shows how patterns may be used to obtain what is virtually a ' photograph ' of molecules in a crystal.
Produced by JOHN FIELD
8.15 FOTHERGALE CO. LTD.
A second series of eight programmes illustrating how modern economic ideas and techniques are applied in the management of a small but expanding firm
2: Consumer Research
Rumours of staff changes are in the air as Fothergales consider branching out into the manufacture of other disposable garments.
Cast:
Devised and introduced by Ronald Brech
Script by Roy RUSSELL
Designer,
Geoffrey Kirk ] and Produced and directed by JOY HARINGTON
8.55 FREEDOM-NOW
Eight programmes examining the way in which people in some European countries control, or are controlled by, their Governments
Introduced by Derek Hart
2: France-De Gaulle 's Republic
Among those taking part: Claude Bourdet
Jacques Champagne
Designed by Christopher Pemsel Directed by MICHAEL RYAN
Produced by JULIAN JACOTTET

Contributors

Presented By: George Leith
Designer: Don Horne
Produced By: Peter Montagnow
Introduced By: Professor Donald Rogers
Produced By: John Field
Introduced By: Ronald Brech
Script By: Roy Russell
Unknown: Geoffrey Kirk
Directed By: Joy Harington
Introduced By: Derek Hart
Unknown: Claude Bourdet
Designed By: Christopher Pemsel
Directed By: Michael Ryan
Produced By: Julian Jacottet
Gregory Fothergale: Peter Williams
James MacTaggart: Hugh Evans
Tom Rudyard: Michael Hawkins
Bill Smith: Derek Aylward
Fred Harmsworth: John Rutland
Wynn Cooke: Barbara Lott
Joe Stratton: Peter Wyatt
Guy Lupton: Alan James

: THE VINTAGE YEARS OF HOLLYWOOD

1933
The inimitable
W. C. FIELDS in Tillie and Gus with Alison Skipworth
Baby LeRoy
Directed by Francis Martin
Story by RUPERT HUGHES
Adapted by WALTER DE LEON and FRANCIS MARTIN
Produced by DOUGLAS MACLEAN

Contributors

Unknown: Alison Skipworth
Unknown: Baby Leroy
Directed By: Francis Martin
Story By: Rupert Hughes
Adapted By: Walter de Leon
Adapted By: Francis Martin
Produced By: Douglas MacLean
Gus: W C Fields
Tillie: Alison Skipworth
The King: Baby Leroy
Mary Sheridan: Jacqueline Wells
Tom Sheridan: Clifford Jones
Phineas Pratt: Clarence Wilson
The Judge: Edgar Kennedy
Captain Fogg: George Barbier
The Commissioner: Barton MacLank
The Swede: Ivan Linow

: LATE NIGHT LINE-UP

Round off the day with Denis Tuohy , Michael Dean
Nicholas Tresilian , Joan Bakewell and tonight's guests

Contributors

Unknown: Denis Tuohy
Unknown: Michael Dean
Unknown: Nicholas Tresilian
Unknown: Joan Bakewell








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