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For Schools, Colleges


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9.38 Mathshow: Spot Check

10.0 Look and Read: The King's Dragon - 1. Boy finds Message...
Written by Richard Carpenter.
There was something strange about that fluttering sheet of newspaper....

With Kenneth Watson, Frankie Jordan, Sean Flanagan, Reg Lye, John Quayle, Peter Settelen, Charles Collingwood, Stuart Fell, Jane Carr and Derek Griffiths.
10.25-10.45 Science All Around Sorting out Materials
Introduced by Fergus O'Kelly and Ann Heyno.

11.0 Watch: Hands and Feet

11.18 Going to Work: Hello... Goodbye

11.40 Physical Science: Mastery over Metals

12.5 pm A Job Worth Doing? Looking at Ourselves


Writer (Look and Read): Richard Carpenter
Producer (Look and Read): Sue Weeks
Jack Dunbar (Look and Read): Kenneth Watson
Ann Mills (Look and Read): Frankie Jordan
Billy West (Look and Read): Sean Flanagan
Stan West (Look and Read): Reg Lye
Mr Carter (Look and Read): John Quayle
Clive Manning (Look and Read): Peter Settelen
Voice of Wordy (Look and Read): Charles Collingwood
Puppeteer (Look and Read): Stuart Fell
Singer (Look and Read): Jane Carr
Singer (Look and Read): Derek Griffiths
Presenter (Science All Around): Fergus O'Kelly
Presenter (Science All Around): Ann Heyno
Producer (Science All Around): Michael Coyle

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BBC One London, 11 January 1977 9.38

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