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: Play School

Story: The King Who Lost his Voice written by ELEANOR THOMAS Presenters
JULIE STEVENS , BRIAN CANT
Pianist HARRY HAYWARD
Designer BARBARA GOSNOLD
Written and directed by ALBERT BARBER Producer ANNE GOBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE

Contributors

Written By: Eleanor Thomas
Unknown: Julie Stevens
Pianist: Brian Cant
Pianist: Harry Hayward
Designer: Barbara Gosnold
Directed By: Albert Barber
Producer: Anne Gobey
Producer: Cynthia Felgate

: Closedown

: News on 2 Headlines

with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2

: Indoors Outdoors

Practical hints and tips, with ZENA SKINNER , cookery expert
GEOFFREY SMITH , gardening expert ROY DAY , do-it-yourself expert
VAL HUDSON , consumer journalist
Items this week include do-it-yourself Christmas cards and how to build a garden cloche to protect your plants from the bad weather.
Directors BRIAN DAVIES , ERICA GRIFFITHS Producer PETER RIDING
In last week's Christmas pudding recipe the quantity of nutmeg should have read: ½ of 1 nutmeg grated (or ground nutmeg) and not as shown.

Contributors

Unknown: Zena Skinner
Unknown: Geoffrey Smith
Unknown: Roy Day
Unknown: Val Hudson
Directors: Brian Davies
Directors: Erica Griffiths
Producer: Peter Riding

: Newsday

Michael Charlton and Charles Wheeler present news and opinion on events and issues of the day.
Newsreader Kenneth Kendall
Editor JOHN TISDALL

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Charlton
Unknown: Charles Wheeler
Unknown: Kenneth Kendall
Editor: John Tisdall

: Oh, to be in.... Scotland

Johnny Morris joins six different groups of foreign visitors and shares their view of Britain. 2: The Scottish Run '
Every week during the summer season hundreds of Spanish tourists take a five-day excursion by coach to Scotland.
JOHNNY joined the coach at York and travelled, via Hadrian's Wall and Stirling Castle, to Edinburgh.
Photography JIM SAUNDERS Film editor JIM TOBIN
Producer BRIAN PATTEN. BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Johnny Morris
Producer: Brian Patten.

: The Money Programme

Starting from Scratch
What is is like to start your own company? John Swinfield reports on people who recently set up in business for themselves and assesses their chances of success with others who have already made their fortunes.
Assistant edi'or paui. ELLIS
Editor JOHN DELKER . Preview: page 15

Contributors

Unknown: John Swinfield
Editor: John Delker

: Rutland Weekend Television

Britain's smallest TV network once more goes nationwide with an evening of drama, documentary and song, starring Eric Idle
With NEIL INNES , DAVID BATTLEY GWEN TAYLOR and HEKRY WOOLF
Script by ERIC IDLE . Songs by NEIL INNES Music by rATSo. Designer GEOFF POWELL Director ANDREW GOSLING Producer IAN KEILL

Contributors

Unknown: Neil Innes
Unknown: David Battley
Unknown: Gwen Taylor
Unknown: Hekry Woolf
Script By: Eric Idle
Songs By: Neil Innes
Designer: Geoff Powell
Director: Andrew Gosling
Producer: Ian Keill

: A World of Music

presents Carpenters in Concert from the New London Theatre KAREN and RICHARD CARPENTER make their long-awaited return to Britain and conclude their tour with this specially recorded programme made exclusively for BBC Television.
Musical director RICHARD PALOMBI Sound CHRIS HOLCOMBE
Designer Richard MORRIS Television presentation YVONNE LITTLEWOOD

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Carpenter
Unknown: Yvonne Littlewood

: Brensham People: Going, Going, Gone

from the books by John Moore adapted for television by Hugh Whitemore
John Moore's books are about life in and around Tewkesbury (fictionalised as Elmbury) up to 1945. A high-spirited 'midnight steeple-chase' by young farmers, the effect of the 1931 depression, and a friendship with one of the characters of the district, an irascible retired Colonel, all form part of this first film.

Contributors

Author: John Moore
Adapted for television by: Hugh Whitemore
Music composed and directed by: David Fanshawe
Film Cameraman: Tony Pierce-Roberts
Film Editor: Clare Douglas
Designer: Moira Tair
Script Editor: Louis Marks
Producer: Innes Lloyd
Director: Brian Parker
John Moore: Richard Warwick
The Colonel: Denis Carey
Moore's uncle: Ronald Russell
Mr Jeffs: Donald Bisset
Jerry: Anthony Stafford
Dorrie Monks: Jacqueline Reddin
Mr Monks: John Bott
Derek: Anthony Garner
Tom: Eric Deacon
Pat: Barry Stokes
Dennis: Robin Soans
Ray: Pavel Douglas
Fat butcher: Cyril Cross
Butcher's widow: Sally Lahee
Mr Jakes: Sydney Arnold
Mr Rendcombe: John Boswall
Publican: Frank Veasey
Policeman: Les Clark
Miss Benedict: Ursula Hirst
Reuben: Fred Bryant
First housewife: Nancy Adams
Second housewife: Janet Chappell
Anderson: Arthur Hewlett
Stan: Michael Graves

: Late News on 2

Weather

: Open Door

The programme in which the BBC hands over air-time to the public. Tonight:
The Scottish Minorities Group present Glad to be Gay?
' The Scottish Minorities Group works for the rights and welfare of homosexual men and women. Gay people often hide from society, fearing ridicule. We are finding other solutions.'
Made by THE SCOTTISH MINORITIES GROUP with the help of the BBC's Community Programme Unit








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