A programme for children at home
Useful Box Day
Carole Ward , Eric Thompson
In the story chair, Athene Seyler
ATHENE SEYLER , who was the first visitor to sit in the istoryteller's chair, comes to Play School again this week, and tells three more stories in her own unforgettable style.
The picture board, with a fresh selection of viewers' pictures pinned to it, plays an important part in Tuesday's programme. On Thursday ERIC THOMPSON reads a book, Lucy and Tom's Day, and shows the pictures. Don'forget on Friday it's the Fifth of November.
WORKING WITH A COMPUTER
An introduction to the use of the electronic computer for data processing
5: The Master Plan
Script by JILL WOOD
Presented by GRAHAM MORRIS Directed by PATRICK DOWLING
Produced by JOHN DUTOT
A series of new science fiction plays
Time in Advance by WILLIAM TENN dramatised by PAUL ERICKSON starring
Cast in order of appearance:
Special effects by Bernard Wilkie Theme music by NORMAN KAY
Designer, Tony Abbott
Producer, IRENE SHUBIK
Directed by PETER SASDY
See page 26
The Angry Silence starring
Directed by GUY GREEN
See page 25
Anna, his wife:
Round off the day with Denis Tuohy , Michael Dean
Nicholas Tresilian , Joan Bakewell and tonight's guests
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