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For Schools, Colleges


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9.38-9.58 Out of the Past: The Fiery Pits: 2: The Geordy Lamp

10.5 Look and Read: Sky Hunter: 4: Are They Crooks?
The children watch brave Mr Trim knock on the door of the crooks' house. Is he in danger? with Geoffrey Bayldon as Mr Trim and Luke Batchelor, Lennox Greaves, Isobil Nisbet, Mike Savage, Jayne Tottman, Donald Waugh
Written by Leonard Kingston

10.30-10.42 Let's Go: Let's Go to the Post Office
Presented by Brian Rix
We see Penny - a mentally-handicapped student - buying stamps, saving £1.00 and drawing Supplementary Benefit. Brian shows how to fill in a Savings Account form.

11.0 Watch: Seeing Things

11.17 Going to Work: Town and Country

11.38 The Craft of the Potter: 3: Decorating
Presented by Michael Casson
Book (same title), £2.75, from bookshops

12.5 pm A Job Worth Doing?: Agricultural Services
Three jobs which help farmers keep their farms running smoothly: an agricultural engineering apprentice, a farm secretary and a trainee sales representative. Producer GEOFF WILSON


Mr Trim: Geoffrey Bayldon
Unknown: Luke Batchelor
Unknown: Lennox Greaves
Unknown: Isobil Nisbet
Unknown: Jayne Tottman
Unknown: Donald Waugh
Written By: Leonard Kingston
Presented By: Brian Rix
Presented By: Michael Casson
Producer: Geoff Wilson

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BBC One London, 10 October 1978 9.38

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