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: PLAY SCHOOL

A programme for children at home
Dressing-up Day
Presenters this week,
Miranda Connell , Wally Whyton

Contributors

Unknown: Miranda Connell
Unknown: Wally Whyton

: OUTLOOK

for Tuesday:
APPEAL TO THE PEOPLE!
4: What about the Workers?
By the 1880s many workers had the vote but neither the Tories nor the Liberals were able to win full working-class support. A motley group of militant trade unionists and socialist intellectuals formed an unstable alliance to get the people directly represented in Parliament. Written by PROFESSOR H. J. HANHAM
Introduced by Professor Esmond Wright
Readers:
ANDREW FAULDS , ROGER Avon
Singers:
THE WATERSONS
Produced by PETER DUNKLEY

Contributors

Written By: Professor H. J. Hanham
Readers: Professor Esmond Wright
Readers: Andrew Faulds
Produced By: Peter Dunkley

: NEWS SUMMARY

: FLOODLIT RUGBY LEAGUE COMPETITION

for the BBC-2 Trophy
Fourth match
WARRINCTON v. WIDNES
Commentator, Eddie Waring Television presentation by Nick Hunter

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Hunter

: GOLF FOR ALL

Faults
In the fourth of his weekly coaching films, professional John Jacobs tells golfers how to analyse their faults which cause slices and hooks, pushes and pulls. He explains how these errors can be corrected
Produced by Littleton Park Film Productions Ltd. for Athlon Golf Ltd.

Contributors

Unknown: John Jacobs
Produced By: Littleton Park

: BROOME STAGES

by CLEMENCE DANE
A dramatisation in eight parts by MICHAEL BARRY
PART 1: The Cirl, Hilaret
Designer, Raymond Cusick
Directed and produced by MICHAEL BARRY

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Barry
Unknown: Raymond Cusick
Produced By: Michael Barry
Hilaret: Eileen Helsby
Mrs Oddly: Barbara Leake
Messop: Will Leighton
Robert Broome: Richard Pasco
Duke of Bedenham: John Gabriel
Miss Etty: Sally Brace
Mr Pritchard: Norman Claridge
Richard Broome: Edmund Bailey
Mrs Bateley: Constance Lorne
Tom Fosset: Roy Herrick
John: Brown Derby
Chetwynd: Peter Hoar
Lucy Godfrey: Betty Baskcomb
Lettice: Gwen Watford
William Broome: Anthony Bate

: EUROPA

A look at the world through European eyes
Introduced this week by Derek Hart with the help of the cameras of the European television networks
Associate producer, GEOFFREY BAINES
Produced by ANTHONY SMITH

Contributors

Unknown: Derek Hart
Unknown: Geoffrey Baines
Produced By: Anthony Smith

: NEW RELEASE

A topical magazine of the arts
Introduced by Alex Glasgow
Tonight's edition includes:
SCOTTIE WILSON'S PRIVATE VIEW
A film about England's leading primitive painter, once a trader in junk. now a painter of birds, faces, and flowers. He is currently exhibiting at Brook Street Gallery.

DREAH PALACE
Is the cinema our toy, or Is It in charge of us?
Script by-ERic RNODE
Directors,
GAVIN MILLAR , TRISTRAM POWELL
Producer, MELVYN BRAGG
See page 32

Contributors

Introduced By: Alex Glasgow
Unknown: Gavin Millar
Unknown: Melvyn Bragg

: LATE NIGHT LINE-UP

A last look around the world of television
Criticism, Discussion, Diversion with Denis Tuohy , Michael Dean Joan Bakewell , Tony Bilbow and tonight's guests also
Philip Jenkinson with more film requests
Letters to Philip Jenkinson should be addressed c/o Late Night Line-up, BBC Television Centre. London. W.12.

Contributors

Unknown: Denis Tuohy
Unknown: Michael Dean
Unknown: Joan Bakewell
Unknown: Tony Bilbow
Unknown: Philip Jenkinson
Unknown: Philip Jenkinson








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