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: Play School

Story: The House in the Snow
Written by PETER WILTSHIRE Presenters
Floella Benjamin
Chris Tranchell

Contributors

Written By: Peter Wiltshire
Unknown: Floella Benjamin
Unknown: Chris Tranchell

: Closedown

: Wordpower

Ten programmes about communicating through the spoken word. 1: Ways of Saying. With
CANDIDA FAWSITT , PETER HOWELL DENIS LILL , GORDON SALKILLD
PRUNELLA SCALES , SALLY WATTS
How does spoken English differ from the written language?
Producer BERNARD ADAMS
Director TERRY DOYLE
(Details of the Correspondence Course related to this series are available from: [address removed])

Contributors

Unknown: Candida Fawsitt
Unknown: Peter Howell
Unknown: Denis Lill
Unknown: Gordon Salkilld
Unknown: Prunella Scales
Unknown: Sally Watts
Producer: Bernard Adams
Director: Terry Doyle

: Interval

: Children Growing Up

1: Mother and Child
The first five years of a child's life are crucial for the development of intelligence, sociability, and the ability to love. Parents have a vital role to play in this.
Narrated by HUGH DAVID
Film editor ERIC MIVAL
Produced by EURFRON GWYNNE JONES

Contributors

Unknown: Hugh David
Editor: Eric Mival
Produced By: Eurfron Gwynne Jones

: Interval

: The Object of the Exercise: 1: The First 100 Years

David Vine introduces the first of five programmes about physical education in schools.
With Alan Gibbon, David Smith, students from Dartford College of Education; boys from Stewart Headlam Primary School and girls from Bonner Primary School, Bethnal Green, London.
BBC Bristol

Contributors

Introduced by: David Vine
Student: Alan Gibbon
Student: David Smith
Director: Ian Hamilton
Producer: John Dobson

: Closedown

: News on 2 Headlines

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

: Ancestral Voices

The first of five programmes
DAVID MUNROW re-creates the music and myth of early instruments before an invited audience, With ALAN LUMSDEN and guest JAMES TYLER
Written by DAVID MUNROW Produced by VICTOR POOLE
Series devised and directed by PAUL KRIWACZEK

Contributors

Unknown: David Munrow
Unknown: Alan Lumsden
Unknown: James Tyler
Written By: David Munrow
Produced By: Victor Poole

: Newsday

The news, the people, the Issues in Britain and around the world presented by Michael Charlton and Richard Kershaw with David Sells
Newsreader Kenneth Kendall
Assistant editors
PETER IBBOTSON and GEORGE WALKER
Editor DAVID WITHEROW

Contributors

Presented By: Michael Charlton
Presented By: Richard Kershaw
Unknown: David Sells
Unknown: Kenneth Kendall
Unknown: Peter Ibbotson
Unknown: George Walker
Editor: David Witherow

: International Cabaret

from London's Talk of the Town with hosts Lennie Bennett and Jerry Stevens and guests
Freddy Cole - from Atlanta
The Cooper Sisters - from Seattle
Fred Travalena - from New York
Ballet Espanol 'Fantasia'-from Madrid
ALYN AINSWORTH AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Lighting JOHN MASON
Sound CHRIS HOLCOMBE
Produced by ERNEST MAXIN

Contributors

Unknown: Lennie Bennett
Unknown: Jerry Stevens
Unknown: Freddy Cole
Unknown: Fred Travalena
Unknown: Alyn Ainsworth
Unknown: John Mason
Unknown: Chris Holcombe
Produced By: Ernest Maxin

: Who Was Jesus?

A two-hour investigation presented by Don Cupitt of Emmanuel College, Cambridge
There can be little doubt that Jesus is in fashion. Even in a secular century, he seems to exercise as strong a grip as ever on our imagination. But is there any basis in history for the Jesus of television and cinema or the Christ of the Christian Church? Did such a man ever live and if so can we discover what he was like?
DON CUPITT follows a trail of manuscripts and archaeological discoveries back to the time of Jesus. He consults John Fenton , Principal of St Chad's College, Durham, about the miracles and myths. George Caird , Professor of New
Testament at Oxford, challenges the idea that Jesus thought of himself as the divine ' Son of God'. Other contributions and reactions from Professor Anthony Birley , Professor David Flusser , Bishop Christopher Butler , Canon Michael Green , Brian Hebble thwaite and archaeologists Nahman Avigad and L. Y. Rahmani.
In Israel Don Cupitt attempts to piece together the events of Jesus's life in the places where they happened - starting not in Bethlehem but in Nazareth. Shocking to some, exciting to others, the Jesus who is emerging from modern critical scholarship is very different from the traditional Christ. Is it possible that the Church itself has not done justice to this extraordinary man? Reader MARTIN JARVIS
Producer PETER ARMSTRONG
Book (same title) £2.25, from bookshops

Contributors

Unknown: Don Cupitt
Unknown: John Fenton
Unknown: George Caird
Unknown: Professor Anthony Birley
Unknown: Professor David Flusser
Unknown: Bishop Christopher Butler
Unknown: Michael Green
Unknown: Brian Hebble
Unknown: Nahman Avigad
Unknown: L. Y. Rahmani.
Reader: Martin Jarvis
Producer: Peter Armstrong

: Late News on 2

Weather

: Télé-Journal

The first of two programmes
A chance to develop your understanding of French by watching the same news seen by French television viewers earlier this evening on Télévision Française Un, and recorded via the Eurovision link.
This is an opportunity to gain a French perspective on world events, and an insight into today's main news stories inside France.
Production TERRY DOYLE

Contributors

Unknown: Terry Doyle

: Closedown

John Westbrook reads
Ghosts by ALASTAIR REID

Contributors

Unknown: John Westbrook
Unknown: Alastair Reid








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