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For Schools, Colleges


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9.41 Merry-Go-Round: Hearing

10.3 Maths Workshop: Stage 2: The Place that Counts

10.25-10.45 Near and Far: Badheri Village

11.0 Scene: Gulpin
by Ken Jones and Sheila Fay.
With Georgina Maher, Sheila Fay, Martin Matthews, Emma Jean Richards, Owen Clayton, Lovette Edwardes, Paula Swift, Jim Wiggins, Tommy Boyle, Monty Bec and Ernest Hopner.

11.30 Physical Science: Oscillation
Before birth a foetus hears the rhythm of its mother's heart and, as this programme shows, all through life regularity, oscillation and vibration are responsible for human experiences, scientific opportunities and many an engineering problem.
Presented by Michael Rodd.


Writer (Scene): Ken Jones
Writer (Scene): Sheila Fay
Director (Scene): Ken Jones
Series Editor (Scene): Andree Molyneux
Gulpin (Scene): Georgina Maher
Mrs Mangan (Scene): Sheila Fay
Uncle Lal (Scene): Martin Matthews
Maisie (Scene): Emma Jean Richards
Kevin (Scene): Owen Clayton
Aunt Rose (Scene): Lovette Edwardes
Vicar (Scene): Jim Wiggins
Bus Conductor (Scene): Tommy Boyle
Man at the Match (Scene): Monty Bec
Shop Assistant (Scene): Ernest Hopner
Narrator (Physical Science): Ivan Howlett
Presenter (Physical Science): Michael Rodd
Producer (Physical Science): Peter Baker

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