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: Play School

Ideas Day
Today's story is
' Blast-off to the Moon' Presenters
MARY MILLER , RICK JONES

Contributors

Unknown: Mary Miller
Unknown: Rick Jones

: Closedown

: Know How

The engineering programme
ARTHUR GARRATT and DAVID SHUTE investigate three new production techniques - isostatic pressing, cold extrusion, photofabrication.
Director DAVID NELSON Producer PETER RIDING

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur Garratt
Unknown: David Shute
Director: David Nelson
Producer: Peter Riding

: First Eleven

3 : The Kiss by Auguste Rodin
When this mammoth statue went to America it was screened in a tent and adults paid admission to sample its excitements. Now you can see it at London's Tate Gallery, and no one will question your age or intentions. Nevertheless, The Kiss is still the most celebrated piece of erotic art, and even today it manages to make the covers of sex-books in Soho.
David Stafford-Clark looks at Rodin's masterpiece in relation to the erotic and pornographic.
Producer LESLIE MEGAHEY

Contributors

Unknown: Auguste Rodin
Producer: Leslie Megahey

: The Money Programme

The people, the stories, and the action behind the one commodity no one can do without - money.
Together with the Money-Minder -a new regular feature with the latest news on the Stock Market -plus a look at the lovely Julie Ege and the money that goes into making a new star.
Presenters BRIAN WIDLAKE
ALAN WATSON , PAUL GRIFFITHS
Produced by ROBERT ROWLAND
(Move over Raquel, here comes Julie: Page 13)

Contributors

Unknown: Julie Ege
Presenters: Brian Widlake
Unknown: Alan Watson
Unknown: Paul Griffiths
Produced By: Robert Rowland

: Look, Stranger

Nuneham Country
If you take a boat up the river from Abingdon to Oxford you cannot fail to notice one very large house, standing apparently alone on the rising ground to the east. Two hundred years ago Oliver Goldsmith published The Deserted Village, and it is now claimed that the building ten years earlier of this house - Nuneham House - and the replanning of the estate around it, caused him to write his lament - ' The country blooms - a garden and a grave '
Written and directed by BRANDON ACTON-BOND (from Bristol)

Contributors

Unknown: Oliver Goldsmith
Directed By: Brandon Acton-Bond

: Show of the Week presents The Johnny Cash Show

Johnny Cash - a legend in his own lifetime - sings his kind of music, from Folsom Prison to I Walk The Line, and introduces his guests
The Everly Brothers Dusty Springfield Rod McKuen
The first of four programmes recorded at Music City, usa- Nashville, Tennessee.
Executive producer HAROLD D. COHEN Directed by ALLAN ANGUS
(Johnny Cash- ' man, he ain'like nobody ': page 9)

Contributors

Producer: Harold D. Cohen
Directed By: Allan Angus

: Conversations at Cranborne

A chance to enjoy one of the most entertaining conversationalists of his age.
Lord David Cecil , literary critic and biographer, recently retired from Oxford University to Dorset, discusses life, literature, some interesting friends, and eccentric relations, with an ex-pupil, PATRICK GARLAND.
Produced by TRISTRAM POWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Lord David Cecil
Unknown: Patrick Garland.
Produced By: Tristram Powell

: Late Night Line-Up

Editor MICHAEL HILL

Contributors

Editor: Michael Hill








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