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: Play School

Story:
Presents for the Baby by BARBARA MITCHELHILL illustrated by MINA MARTINEZ Presenters
MIRANDA CONNELL , FRED HARRIS

Contributors

Illustrated By: Mina Martinez
Presenters: Miranda Connell
Presenters: Fred Harris

: Closedown

: The Engineer Through the Looking Glass

The Royal Institution
Annual Christmas Lectures to Young People by Professor Eric Laithwaite of Imperial College, London
5: The Time has come, the Walrus said ...
Physics, chemistry, mathematics, engineering, philosophy - Life, have all run together to form one composite subject which is the way our future lies. We have even dared to contemplate reversed time and by means of the gyroscope to ask whether the Universe has a ' top' and a 'bottom'. The White Queen says to Alice: It's a poor sort of memory that only works backwards.'
Presented for television by BRIAN JOHNSON

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Eric Laithwaite
Television By: Brian Johnson

: Newsday

with Michael Charlton
A longer Thursday edition of Newsday includes the day's News Summary and a longer look at one of the vital issues of the week with the people concerned. Preceded by Weather
Associate producer John SHEARER Producer CBRISTOPHER CAPRON

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Charlton
Producer: John Shearer
Producer: Cbristopher Capron

: An Unofficial Rose

from the novel by IRIS MURDOCH dramatised in four parts by SIMON RAVEN
Hugh Peronett 's wife, Fanny, has died. At her funeral are two unexpected mourners. Part 1
Script editor LENNOX PHILLIPS Designer STANLEY MORRIS Producer KEN RIDDINGTON Director BASIL COLEMAN

Contributors

Novel By: Iris Murdoch
Unknown: Simon Raven
Unknown: Hugh Peronett
Editor: Lennox Phillips
Designer: Stanley Morris
Producer: Ken Riddington
Director: Basil Coleman
Rector: John Westbrook
Hugh Peronett: Maurice Denham
Randall Peronett: John Woodvine
Ann Peronett: Ann Bell
Miranda: Adrienne Byrne
Penn Graham: Paul Henley
Mildred Finch: Ruth Dunning
Humphrey Finch: Charles Lloyd Pack
Felix Meecham: Derek Waring
Nancy Bowshott: Carol MacReady
Emma Sands: Mary Morris
Lindsay Rimmer: Lorna Heilbron

: The Roman Way

The world of MARCUS HELVIUS GEMINUS, a Roman who lived between 30 and 65AD with Robert Erskine 1: A Roman Lifetime
First of a series of 13 programmes depicting the lifestyle of a wealthy citizen in the Rome of the Caesars. It's surprising how familiar those ancient times are to us today.
From an inscription in the British Museum, it's possible to trace the career of GEMINUS, an upper-class Roman civil servant, born in 30 AD, his family, his households, his working life.
Directed by PHILIP CHILVERS Producer BETTY WHITE

Contributors

Unknown: Marcus Helvius
Unknown: Robert Erskine
Directed By: Philip Chilvers
Producer: Betty White

: After That, This

starring
Eleanor Bron and John Bird With DEREK FOWLDS
Written by ELEANOR BRON and JOHN FORTUNE Music by CARL DAVIS
Sound RON ALLAN , ALAN MACHIN Lighting RITCHIE RICHARDSON
Designers ALEX GOURLAY. J. ROGER LOWE Director GARETH GWENLAN Producer ROBERT CHETWYN

Contributors

Unknown: Eleanor Bron
Written By: Eleanor Bron
Written By: John Fortune
Music By: Carl Davis
Music By: Sound Ron Allan
Music By: Alan MacHin
Unknown: Ritchie Richardson
Unknown: Designers Alex Gourlay.
Unknown: J. Roger Lowe
Director: Gareth Gwenlan
Producer: Robert Chetwyn

: Show of the Week: The Two Ronnies

starring Ronnie Corbett and Ronnie Barker and their guests Swingle II
Written by BRYAN BLACKBURN. IAN DAVID SON and ERIC GEEN. SPIKE MULLINS , DAVID NOBBS , PETER VINCENT , GERALD WILEY Arrangements and Orchestra RONNIE HAZLEHURST
Design BERNARD LLOYD-JONES Producer TERRY HUGHES

Contributors

Unknown: Ronnie Corbett
Unknown: Ronnie Barker
Written By: Bryan Blackburn.
Written By: Ian David
Unknown: Spike Mullins
Unknown: David Nobbs
Unknown: Peter Vincent
Unknown: Gerald Wiley
Unknown: Orchestra Ronnie Hazlehurst
Design: Bernard Lloyd-Jones
Producer: Terry Hughes

: Gone, Going, Going

The Fate of the Country House Written and introduced by Roy Strong
The great country houses 'of England are finally on the rocks. Their struggle for survival in an alien century was cushioned during the 60s by a booming stock market. But now, with Wealth Tax threatening estate incomes, heating bills and building costs soaring, and the National Trust virtually powerless to help, hundreds of these uniquely English creations may well be coming to the end of the road. But do we care? Can we help?
ROY STRONG, director of the Victoria and Albert Museum , believes passionately that we can, and must, act now if European Architectural Heritage Year, 1975, is not to be the most disastrous year ever for our heritage.
In this film we look beyond the splendid facades to the bewildering problems of life in a stately home, and to the grim outlook for their future.
Producer DAVID CHESHIRE

Contributors

Introduced By: Roy Strong
Unknown: Albert Museum

: News Extra

Presented by David Holmes Weather

Contributors

Presented By: David Holmes

: Closedown

GABRIEL wooLF reads New Year from MS of Benedictbeurn

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