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: Play School

Today's story is
Biscuit, Bo'sun and the Chickens by KERRY JEWEL
Presenters this week
Diane Dorgan , Kerry Jewel

Contributors

Unknown: Diane Dorgan

: Closedown

: Open University

: Interval

: Let's Get Going

4: You're school children: we're just kids: SCOTLAND ROAD FREE SCHOOL where the lesson is community involvement. Producer NANCY THOMAS

: Newsroom

with Richard Whitmore ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Whitmore

: Paul Gallico's The Snow Goose

With JOHN GARRIE , DECLAN MULHOLLAND , KEITH SMITH ,
LUDMILA NOVA
Narrator GARY WATSON
' The Snow Goose ' won: the Hollywood Foreign Journalists' Award- the best motion picture made for TV in 1971. At the Monte Carlo Film Festival the Silver Nymph Award (best scenario and direction)
Jenny Agutter won: an Emmy Award for the outstanding performance by an actress in a supporting role in drama.
Paintings by PETER SCOTT
Wildlife photography PATRICK CAREY Music by CARL DAVIS
Designer STANLEY MORRIS Director PATRICK GARLAND Film editor KEN PEARCE
Film cameraman RAY HENMAN Producer INNES LLOYD
BBC/Universal Television co-production (Richard Harris : page 11)

Contributors

Unknown: John Garrie
Unknown: Declan Mul-Holland
Unknown: Keith Smith
Narrator: Ludmila Nova
Narrator: Gary Watson
Unknown: Jenny Agutter
Unknown: Peter Scott
Unknown: Patrick Carey
Music By: Carl Davis
Designer: Stanley Morris
Director: Patrick Garland
Editor: Ken Pearce
Unknown: Ray Henman
Producer: Innes Lloyd
Unknown: Richard Harris
Philip Rhayader: Richard Harris
Fritha: Jenny Agutter
Postmistress: Freda Bamford
Recruiting Officer: Graham Crowden
Pinnace Captain: Jack Woolgar
Jim: Julian Somers
Naval Captain: Noel Johnson
Soldier: William Marlowe
Newsreader: Alvar Lidell

: His Lordship Entertains

A comedy series in six parts by JONATHAN COBBALD starring and featuring
1: Chrome Hall has only been open as an hotel for a few days when Lord Rustless learns they are to be paid a surprise visit by a Food Inspector. Obviously Cook must be kept out of the way. with STEPHEN CALCUTT
HUGH HASTINGS , BARBARA LOYNES MUSiC MAX HARRIS Designer
DAVID CHANDLER Producer HAROLD SNOAD

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Cobbald
Unknown: Stephen Calcutt
Unknown: Hugh Hastings
Unknown: Barbara Loynes
Music: Max Harris
Unknown: David Chandler
Producer: Harold Snoad
Lord Rustless: Ronnie Barker
Bates: Josephine Tewson
Dithers: David Jason
Cook: Mary Baxter
Effie: Moira Foot
Badger: And Frank Gatliff
Mrs Ringer: Mary Merrall
Her friend: Gladys Henson
Mr Pedder: John Baddeley
Mr Smith: Michael Knowles
Mrs Pedder: Carolyn Hudson
Mr Blunt: Bart Allison

Blog posts that mention this programme:

The Sunday Post: What's in a Name? 2 April 2017
The Sunday Post: Lost laughs 14 February 2016
Five TV teasers 2 December 2015

: Horizon

The Rat Man
A dramatised reconstruction of DR SIGMUND FREUD 'S treatment of an obsessive neurotic. The Rat Man was 29. His sex life was stunted. He has strong desires to cut his throat. He was terrified that rats were going to eat both his father and his girl friend. He'd suffered from obsessions since he was six. These were the basic facts that Freud had to work on. During the 11 months that he took to cure the patient, Freud evolved the new technique of psychoanalysis and for the first time, penetrated the unconscious mind of an obsessive neurotic, to prove the existence of infantile sexuality and the formative influence of our childhood experiences. By doing so, Freud revolutionised our attitude to ourselves and to other people, for The Rat Man's obsessions, are our obsessions. By understanding him we can understand a lot about ourselves.
Commentary spoken by RICHARD BEBB
Film editor DAVID ELLIOTT Editor PETER GOODCHILD Producer BRUCE NORMAN

Contributors

Unknown: Dr Sigmund Freud
Spoken By: Richard Bebb
Editor: David Elliott
Editor: Peter Goodchild
Producer: Bruce Norman
Dr Freud: Bernard Archard
The Patient: Edward Fox
The Patient as a boy: Caspar Norman
Captain Novak: Michael Brennan
The Father: Charles Kinross
The Governess: Ruth Madoc
Girl friend - Gisela: Mary Ashton
Girl with beautiful eyes: Jo Garrity

: Thirty-Minute Theatre

Swiss Cottage by JOHN MORTIMER
Jim and Polly have decided on a clean break, but daughter Stephanie's future is something of a problem.
Script editor RICHARD BROKE Designer DAPHNE SHORTMAN Producer TIM ASPINALL
Director RODNEY BENNETT

Contributors

Unknown: John Mortimer
Designer: Daphne Shortman
Producer: Tim Aspinall
Director: Rodney Bennett
Jim: Derek Godfrey
Jim: Priscilla Morgan
Stephanie: Jan Francis
Griselda: Bernice Spivak

: Late Night Line-Up

If you're not part of the solution you're part of the problem
A live report from Stockholm on the world's first international conference on the environment.








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