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: Play School

Pets Day
Today's story is
' Charley, Charlotte and the Golden Canary' by CHARLES KEEPING Presenters
JULIE STEVENS , JOHNNY SILVO

Contributors

Unknown: Julie Stevens
Unknown: Johnny Silvo

: Closedown

: Man in Society

An introduction to the social sciences
9 : The Reel World
Of all the mass media, television is the most dominant in the wealthier and more industrialised countries, and exerts an important socialising influence. Why? Introduced by DEREK HART
Directed by JOHN GROOM
Produced by HOWARD SMITH
(Linked with Radio 3, Friday 7.10 pm. Publications: page 12)

Contributors

Introduced By: Derek Hart
Directed By: John Groom
Produced By: Howard Smith

: Newsroom

with Peter Woods Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Woods

: Man Alive

Reporters JIM DOUGLAS HENRY
JEREMY JAMES , JEANNE LA CHARD DENIS TUOHY , DESMOND WILCOX HAROLD WILLIAMSON This week:
The Black American Dream
This month will see the fifth anniversary of the day Stokely Carmichael first shouted 'Black Power' and changed the whole direction of the black revolt.
Until then Martin Luther King and non-violence were the undisputed pace-setters. But almost with one stroke Carmichael summed up the whole frustration of black Americans, especially the young, and swept it on to a new course. Nowadays Black Power appears to mean all things to all men. The revolutionary Panther, the African-based Carmichael, the non-violent Jesse Jackson ... each has his own version of Black Power.
A Man Alive film team and reporter Jonathan Power went to the United States.
The remarkable men who lead the different black groups have agreed to grant exclusive facilities in the making of this film; some, like Carmichael himself, breaking a self-imposed rule of non-co-operation with the media. For they agree that after five years of tumult and change and much distortion, the time has come for a cool dispassionate look at the whole movement and the whole idea.
Director JENNY BARRACLOUGH Edited by DESMOND WILCOX and BILL MORTON

Contributors

Reporters: Jim Douglas Henry
Unknown: Jeremy James
Unknown: Jeanne La Chard
Unknown: Denis Tuohy
Unknown: Desmond Wilcox
Unknown: Harold Williamson
Unknown: Stokely Carmichael
Unknown: Martin Luther King
Unknown: Jesse Jackson
Director: Jenny Barraclough
Edited By: Desmond Wilcox
Edited By: Bill Morton

: The Settlers

Thirty minutes in the company of one of Britain's best known groups singing a selection of their favourite songs, including: Bob Dylan Medley
Song for the Asking Rhythm of Life Feeling Groovy Guests
The Swindlefolk
Settings PAUL MONTAGUE Sound ALAN FOX
Lighting TONY MOTTRAM
Produced by NICK HUNTER , BARRY BEVINS (from Manchester)

Contributors

Unknown: Bob Dylan
Produced By: Nick Hunter
Produced By: Barry Bevins

: Pot Black: BBC2 Snooker Competition

The Final
John Spencer (World Champion) v Fred Davis
(former World Champion)
Spencer won the Trophy last year -but tonight meets a greatly improved Fred Davis who has come through to the Final with breaks of 71 and 73. The winner will receive the Trophy from the one and only Joe Davis. Referee SYDNEY LEE Guest JOE DAVIS
Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Commentator TED LOWE
Director JIM DUMIGHAN
Producer REG PERRIN

Contributors

Unknown: John Spencer
Unknown: Fred Davis
Unknown: Joe Davis.
Introduced By: Alan Weeks
Commentator: Ted Lowe
Director: Jim Dumighan
Producer: Reg Perrin

: Out of the Unknown: The Last Witness

by Martin Worth
with Anthony Bate as Harris
After an accident at sea, a man is washed up on an island. Although he is a stranger to the people there, he discovers that he knows things about them. More importantly, he knows what is going to happen to them.

Contributors

Writer: Martin Worth
Incidental music: Dudley Simpson
Script editor: Roger Parkes
Designer: Chris Pemsel
Producer: Alan Bromly
Director: Michael Ferguson
Harris: Anthony Bate
Mrs Kemble: Sheila Brennan
Dr Benson: James Kerry
Sgt Walker: Lawrence James
David: Michael McStay
Ann: Denise Buckley
Business man: Brian Sullivan
Mrs Fane: Joyce Carey
Barbara: Joanna Ross
Bus driver: Milton Brehaut

: Yesterday's Witness: Two Victorian Girls

Two women in their 90s describe their life as Victorian teenagers. 'We never called ourselves teenagers - but we were certainly Victorians and quite proud to be it,' says Miss Frances E. Jones, who in 1892 trained as one of the first lady shorthand-typists.
Miss Berta Ruck, the romantic novelist, also trained in London in the 90s. 'I was very glad I was an art student,' she says, 'for we did do things and see things and go about as well-bred, sheltered girls never did.'
"They conjured up a vanished world of chaperones and horse buses, daring idyllic rides across the Home Counties and busy mornings typing stories for young Mr Somerset Maugham" (DAILY TELEGRAPH)
Produced by STEPHEN PEET

Contributors

Unknown: Miss Frances E. Jones
Unknown: Miss Berta Ruck
Unknown: Mr Somerset Maugham
Produced By: Stephen Peet








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