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: Play School

Story:
Cave Painting Presenters
MIRANDA CONNELL
BRIAN CANT

Contributors

Unknown: Miranda Connell

: Closedown

: Open University

: Sixteen Plus

A series for teachers in schools and colleges of further education. 3: Discussion ... means different things to different teachers.
Producer DAVID ALLEN

Contributors

Producer: David Allen

: Open University

: News Summary

Weather

: Their World

A new film series about animal behaviour and survival.
1: The Language of Animals
A dog's tail is so eloquent that humans can read his mood. But can we read the signs given by the fish in our aquaria or the birds on the park lake?
This film shows how some tropical fish, greylag geese and wolves communicate by the use of body movements and postures. Narrator HUGH FALKus
Scientific editor
PROFESSOR NIKO TINBBRGEN
Presented by CHRISTOPHER PARSONS (from Bristol)

Contributors

Presented By: Christopher Parsons

: Europa

A World Apart....
The twins Erwin and Verner were born with an immunity deficiency which meant they were doomed to die from the least infection. So for the first two and a half years of their life they were isolated in a germfree world, enveloped in a huge plastic tent. Michael's world is one of silence. He's 24 and deaf but determined to live a normal life. Reports from West and East European TV look at human disability and how lives are adapted to it. Introduced by DEREK HART
Producer MARYSE ADDISON

Contributors

Introduced By: Derek Hart
Producer: Maryse Addison

: Weir of Hermiston

A serial in four parts based on the unfinished novel by ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON dramatised by TOM WRIGHT starring
Tom fleming as Adam Weir with Edith Macarthur , Leonard Maguire Callum Mill and David Rintoul
To this day, when the sleet is on the window and the cattle are quiet in the byre, there will be told again the old tale of the Justice-Clerk and of his son, young Hermiston; of the two Kirsties, and the Four Black Brothers - and of ' the young fool advocate' that came to these moor-land parts to find his destiny ...
Part 1
Cast in order of appearance:
Designer ARCHIE CLARK
Producer PHARIC MACLAREN
Director TINA WAKERELL (BBC Scotland)

Contributors

Novel By: Robert Louis Stevenson
Dramatised By: Tom Wright
Unknown: Tom Fleming
Unknown: Adam Weir
Unknown: Edith MacArthur
Unknown: Leonard Maguire
Unknown: Callum Mill
Unknown: David Rintoul
Designer: Archie Clark
Producer: Pharic MacLaren
Director: Tina Wakerell
Adam Weir: Tom Fleming
Lord Glenkindie: Callum Mill
Lord Glenalmond: Leonard Maguire
Advocate Fife: Walter Carr
Jean: Rutherford Gwynethguthrie
Kirstie Elliott: Edith MacArthur
MtKillop: Paul KermacK
GORDON BELBIN: Archie,a Boy
Gib Elliott (senior): Willy Joss
Farmer: Ian Ireland
Wull: Hugh Evans
Hob Elliott: Tom Watson
Clem Elliott: Michael Elder
Dand Elliott: Paul Young
Gib Elliott: John Shedden
Archie Weir: David Rintoul
Frank Innes ,: David Dundas
Janet: Ida Schuster
Duncan Jopp: Jimmy Martin

: Times Remembered by Proud Mums

2: Barbara Cartland 's mother,
Polly Everybody says writer Barbara Cartiand is wonderful for her age. All that honey, clean living and romance makes her a very glamorous grandmother. But her mother is even more amazing. POLLY CARTLAND is 95 and just as fit and amusing.
Tonight she talks about her famous daughter with JOHN PITMAN
Director jim MURRAY
(Life was tough ...: page 12)

Contributors

Unknown: Barbara Cartland
Unknown: Polly Everybody
Unknown: Barbara Cartiand
Unknown: Polly Cartland
Unknown: John Pitman
Director: Jim Murray

: Horizon

Science Is Dead: Long Live Science
Sun worship at dawn on the sea-shore; mystical rites round an open fire at night. Windmills made from spare bicycle wheels. Food grown with the help of natural fertilisers. These are some of the activities of a new, politically conscious breed of American scientists.
Defoliation, people-sniffers, and napalm in Vietnam have given establishment science a dirty name. Environmental problems have added to the disenchantment. Suddenly, some scientists are no longer willing to see their work exploited for selfish and military ends.
They aim, both inside and outside the lab, to find an alternative science whose new purpose is really the old purpose - the genuine welfare of people.
Film editor DAVID NADEN Editor BRUCE NORMAN Producer PETER JONES

Contributors

Editor: David Naden
Editor: Bruce Norman
Producer: Peter Jones

: And All Who Sail in Her

by ANDY ASHTON
The second in this season of short plays from Birmingham.
Two sailors take a couple of whores back to the ship. On the way they buy a bottle of gin and the evening takes an unexpected turn ....
Script editor BARRY HANSON Designer IAN ASHURST Producer DAVID ROSE
Director KENNETH ives

Contributors

Unknown: Andy Ashton
Editor: Barry Hanson
Designer: Ian Ashurst
Director: Kenneth Ives
Joe: Neil McCarthy
Billy: Bob Hoskins
Gloria: Christine Hargreaves
Tommy: Ron Pember
Sonia: Marjie Lawrence
Len: James Aubrey

: Plainsong

In Concert
Ian Matthews , ex-Fairport Convention and Southern Comfort, leads the soft-rock group through their Amelia Earhart saga and rarely heard songs by Paul Siebel , Nils Lofgren.
Designer LESLEY JOAN BREMNESS Producer STANLEY DORFMAN

Contributors

Unknown: Ian Matthews
Unknown: Amelia Earhart
Songs By: Paul Siebel
Songs By: Nils Lofgren.
Designer: Lesley Joan Bremness
Producer: Stanley Dorfman

: News Extra

with David Tindall Weather

Contributors

Unknown: David Tindall

: Real Time

A weekly round-up of issues concerning the world of television. Michael Dean surveys the week's output and invites others to assess its achievements and effect.
Producer PHILIP SPEIGHT

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Dean
Producer: Philip Speight

: Closedown









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