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For Schools and Colleges

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9.15 Mathematics in Action The Future
Introduced by BENEDICT NIXON Produced by EDWARD GOLDWYN
9.38 Maths Today: Year 2 Both Ways Round
Introduced by STEWART GARTSIDE Produced by JOHN CAIN
10.0 Maths Workshop: Stage 2
One Thing Depends on Another Introduced by JIM boucher Produced by PETER WEISS
10.25-10.45 Twentieth-Century Focus
Yugoslav Communism
11.0 Colour Watch!
Visiting Australia - The Big Sea Introduced by ROSANNE HARVEY Produced by HELEN NICOLL
11.18 Going to Work Pay Packet by CEDRIC BLACKMAN
11.40 Making Music
Introduced by JULIAN SMITH with children from
LOVELACE JUNIOR SCHOOL, Chessington, Surrey
Produced by JOHN HOSIER

Contributors

Introduced By: Benedict Nixon
Produced By: Edward Goldwyn
Introduced By: Stewart Gartside
Produced By: John Cain
Introduced By: Jim Boucher
Produced By: Peter Weiss
Introduced By: Rosanne Harvey
Produced By: Helen Nicoll
Unknown: Cedric Blackman
Introduced By: Julian Smith
Produced By: John Hosier

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For Schools and Colleges

BBC One London, 23 March 1971 9.15






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