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: Play School

Story: Moonshine by HELEN DU FEU Presenters
CAROL CHELL , JOHNNY BAIX

Contributors

Unknown: Helen du Feu
Unknown: Carol Chell
Unknown: Johnny Baix

: Closedown

: Newsday

with Michael Charlton
Every weekday evening an interview with a man or woman behind the headlines follows the News Summary
Preceded by Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Charlton

: The Great Match

All the dramatic, the heartbreaking and the conclusive moments from great sporting occasions chosen by the experts and enjoyed once more.
Tonight: Peter Alliss introduces one of the most memorable occasions in British golf. The 1969 Open Golf Championship at Royal Lytham and St Annes won by Tony Jacklin
It was the first British victory for 18 years - a great boost for British golf -and for Tony Jacklin the moment of a lifetime.
Producer LESLIEKETTLEY
The BBC Book of Golf, to be published in May, price £1.30

Contributors

Introduces: Peter Alliss
Unknown: Tony Jacklin
Unknown: Tony Jacklin

: The Book Programme

Introduced by Robert Robinson
Nature invades: old rooks in each college garden
Still talk, like agile babies, the language of feeling,
By towers a river still runs coastward and will run,
Stones in those towers are utterly Satisfied still with their weight.
W. H. Auden - A Tribute is a collection of essays and reminiscences of one of the great poets of the 20th century edited by STEPHEN SPENDER who for this programme went to Oxford where he and others talk about Auden's life there.
Oswald Mosley by ROBERT SKIDEL SKY is a new biography of the most notorious of modern British politicians. Author and journalist PAUL JOHNSON discusses the book with Robert Skidelsky. ProducerPHILIP SPEIGHT
Executive producer WILL WYATT

Contributors

Introduced By: Robert Robinson
Unknown: H. Auden
Edited By: Stephen Spender
Unknown: Oswald Mosley
Unknown: Robert Skidel
Unknown: Paul Johnson
Unknown: Robert Skidelsky.
Producer: Philip Speight
Producer: Will Wyatt

: Tuesday Cinema: Talk of the Town

starring Cary Grant
Jean Arthur , Ronald Colmaa with Edgar Buchanan Glenda Farrell
Leopold Dilg , accused of arson and the resulting death of a mill foreman, hides out in the house of pretty Nora Shelley. Michael Lightcap rents the house from Nora, believing Dilg to be her gardener.
Producer and director GEORGE STEVENS This Week's Films: page 19

Contributors

Unknown: Cary Grant
Unknown: Jean Arthur
Unknown: Ronald Colmaa
Unknown: Edgar Buchanan
Unknown: Glenda Farrell
Unknown: Leopold Dilg
Unknown: Nora Shelley.
Unknown: Michael Lightcap
Director: George Stevens
Leopold Dilg: Cary Grant
Nora Shelley: Jean Arthur
Michael Lightcap: Ronald Colman
Sam Yates: Edgar Buchanan
Regina Bush: Glenda Farrell
Andrew Holmes: Charles Dingle
Mrs Shelley: Emma Dunn
Tilney: Rex Ingram
Jan Pulaski: Leonid Kinskey
Clyde Bracken: Tom Tyler
Chief of Police: Don Beddoe

: News Extra

Presented by Angela Rippoa Weather

Contributors

Presented By: Angela Rippoa

: Closedown

CYRIL CUSACK reads April Rise by LAURIE LEE

Contributors

Unknown: Cyril Cusack
Unknown: Laurie Lee

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