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For Schools and Colleges


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9.38 Discovering Science The Earth in Space
Introduced by MICHAEL UNDERWOOD Produced by JOHN FIELD
10.0 Merry-go-Round More about Night
Introduced by GABRIEL WOOLF Directed by sur WEEKS
10.25-10.45 Science Extra: Biology Life in the Soil
Narrated by jim BOUCHER Produced by ANDREW NEAL
11.0-11.20 British Social History The Age of Steam The iron road
Introduced by ROBIN RAY Produced by JOHN RADCLIFFE
11.30-11.55 New Horizons: People and Computers
Work, Leisure, and Automation Introduced by ARTHUR GARRATT Produced by JOHN CAIN
12.5 Colour
Engineering Craft and Science Unit 1: Engineering Materials 5: Heating and Cooling
Introduced by D. R. c. HOLMES Produced by NAT TAYLOR


Introduced By: Michael Underwood
Produced By: John Field
Introduced By: Gabriel Woolf
Unknown: Jim Boucher
Produced By: Andrew Neal
Introduced By: Robin Ray
Produced By: John Radcliffe
Introduced By: Arthur Garratt
Produced By: John Cain
Introduced By: D. R. C. Holmes
Produced By: Nat Taylor

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For Schools and Colleges

BBC One London, 2 November 1970 9.38

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