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: Play School

Story: Gulliver's Travels by JONATHAN SWIFT Presenters
MIRANDA CONNELL , LIONEL MORTON

Contributors

Unknown: Miranda Connell
Unknown: Lionel Morton

: Closedown

: Rosla and After

16: Resource-based Learning
L c. TAYLOR, Director of the Nuffield Resources for Learning Project, looks critically at traditional classroom teaching and argues the case for a change of approach.

: Closedown

: Newsroom

with Peter Woods ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Woods

: Europa

' We've nothing against Tom, Dick and Harry, as long as they don'come here ...' Here is the island of Sylt where the beautiful and rich of West German society gather. It's the holiday setting for anyone who can pay £20 for a bottle of champagne and can enter a club with a pretty girl on his arm. Wealth and beauty make the happy people of Sylt.
In the village of Oberreutte, in Bavaria, it's just the daily routine that makes people happy. There are barely a thousand of them-they are farmers and traditional craftsmen, whose way of life has not yet been disrupted by the 20th century.
Two leading West German television reporters look at two aspects of life in their country in election year. Introduced by DEREK HART
Producer MARYSE ADDISON

Contributors

Introduced By: Derek Hart
Producer: Maryse Addison

: War and Peace

by LEO TOLSTOY dramatised in 20 parts by JACK PULMAN front with his Commanding Officer, Denisov, and his friend Dolohov-both of whom were made welcome by the Rostov family.- Dolohov proposed to Sonya but, in spite of Countess Rostova's advice to the contrary, she rejected him, still hoping to marry Nikolai. Andrei also returned from the war , only to find that his wife Lisa had died in childbirth.
Cast in order of appearance
Producer DAVID CONROY Director JOHN DAVIES
(Anthony Hopkins is a National Theatre player)

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Pulman
Producer: David Conroy
Director: John Davies
Unknown: Anthony Hopkins
Pierre: Anthony Hopkins
Hélène: Fiona Gaunt
KutUZOV: Frank Middlemass
Count Rostov: Rupert Davies
Nikolai: Sylvester Morand
Denisov: Gary Watson
DolohOV: Donald Burton
Russian Colonel: Andrew Carr
Naryshkin: Kevin Lindsay
Pierre's second: Philip Lowrie
Prokofy: Edmund Bailey
Sonya: Joanna David
Natasha: Morag Hood
Petya: Barnaby Shaw
Countess Rostova: Faith Brook
Postmaster: Arnold Peters
Osip Alexeyevich Bazdayev: Carleton Hobbs
Lodge keeper: Geoffrey Lewis
Count Willarski: Christopher Owen
Grand Master: Terence Lodge
French soldiers: Pat Gorman
French soldiers: Richard Poore
Boris Drubetskoy: Neil Stacy
French Colonel: Martin Carroll
Napoleon: David Swift
Tsar Alexander: Donald Douglas
Russian soldier: Joseph Wise
Andrei: Alan Dobie

: Backstage

Continuing this series of conversations about the theatre Sir John Gielgud talks about the personality and achievements of that legendary actress Mrs Patrick Campbell.
Producer JOHN DRUMMOND

Contributors

Talks: Sir John Gielgud
Unknown: Mrs Patrick Campbell.
Producer: John Drummond

: Horizon

The Billion-Dollar Marsh
Stretching for more than 2,000 miles along the eastern seaboard of the United States is one of the world's largest marshlands, renowned for its wild life. Yet looking at its flat unending landscape, it is easy to understand why many people regard it as a wasteland fit only for development and industry.
Recently, however, scientists at two marine institutes in Georgia and Virginia have been demonstrating that the marshes are a far more valuable food source than even the best agricultural land, and essential not only for the survival of the wild-life but of the whole multi-million dollar offshore fishing industry.
Tonight's Horizon follows the work of these scientists and looks at their difficulties with developers who act first and ask questions later.
Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Film editor TONY TYLEY Editor PETER GOODCHILD
Producers GRAHAM MASSEY and ALLAN SEGAL

Contributors

Narrator: Paul Vaughan
Editor: Peter Goodchild
Producers: Graham Massey
Producers: Allan Segal

: News on 2

Weather

: Thirty-Minute Theatre

A second Birmingham season 5 : SUSAN PLEAT'S
I wouldn't tell on you, Miss
The relationship between the caretaker of a girls' school and a young pupil is bound to cause concern, but the outside world often jumps to hasty conclusions.
Script editor BARRY HANSON Designer MYLES LANG Producer DAVID ROSE
Director PAUL CIAPPESSONI

Contributors

Editor: Barry Hanson
Designer: Myles Lang
Producer: David Rose
Director: Paul Ciappessoni
John Abdey: Leslie Sands
Avis Abdey: Brenda Bruce
Esther Honeyman: Christine Rees
Ann Mellor: Adrienne Byrne
Meg Lewis: Verna Harvey

: Paul Williams

In Concert includes his own versions of the hits he wrote for the Carpenters (' We've Only Just Begun,' ' Rainy Days and Mondays') and Three Dog Night (' Just An Old-Fashioned Love Song').
Sound RICHARD CHAMBERLAIN Lighting
BILL MILLAR DesignerLESLEY JOAN BREMNESS Producer STANLEY DORFMAN

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Millar
Designer: Lesley Joan Bremness
Producer: Stanley Dorfman








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