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For Schools, Colleges


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9.35 Out of the Past
The Anglo-Saxon Kingdom with CAROL ADAMS and IAN PEIRCE Series editor SUE WEEKS
9.58 Talkabout
A new series for young children designed to encourage the development of oral language. Today ' The King's Hiccups ' explores, through song and story, different greetings. Presenter JILL SHILLING Puppets ALAN PLATT
10.16 Look and Read Skyhunter
1:Strangers on the Canal
10.38 Des le Debut
Face-to-face French
A resource series for video-recording, to support the teaching of basic skills in French.
1: Asking the way; Instructions; Asking the time
11.0 Watch
Robin Hood - the Forest
11.17 It's Your Choice 1: Decide for Yourself
How do we make decisions and how do they affect our daily lives? Presented by DAVE FREEMAN and FRAN LANDSMAN. Play by BILL LYONS with SALLY SANDERS , DAVID CARLTON-YOUNG and NORMAN ROBBINS
Series producer PAUL MITCHELL
11.38 The Craft of the Potter Presented by MICHAEL CASSON
1: Clay and Hand-building
12.5 pm General Studies The Scientists
1: Seeing is Believing


Unknown: Carol Adams
Unknown: Ian Peirce
Editor: Sue Weeks
Presenter: Jill Shilling
Unknown: Alan Platt
Producer: Moyra Gambleton
Unknown: Carolle Rousseau
Unknown: Yves Aubert
Introduced By: Max Mason
Producer: John Prescott Thomas
Unknown: Robin Hood
Presented By: Dave Freeman
Presented By: Fran Landsman.
Play By: Bill Lyons
Unknown: Sally Sanders
Unknown: David Carlton-Young
Unknown: Norman Robbins
Producer: Paul Mitchell
Presented By: Michael Casson

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