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Daytime on Two


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9.38 Dicho y hecho
Basic skills in Spanish
Having to Do Things; Likes and Dislikes; Comparing and Preferring
9.55 Thinkabout In the Mirror
Frank gets a surprise when he sees his reflection in a spoon.
10.12 Science Workshop Hearing 'B'
10.34 Scene
The Biggest Epidemic of Our Times
A shortened version of the Man Alive film about road accidents and their victims.
11.5 The History Trail 5: The Law of the Land
The villagers' rights to the common land are challenged How will Tom Harton 's family survive the new Enclosure Acts?
11.30 Outlook
Farming Through the Ages Today and Tomorrow
Farming today has to be intensive in order to make the maximum use of land.
Computer technology has added an interesting dimension.
11.55 Swim
ANDREW HARVEY introduces a series for swimmers and non-swimmers of all ages. 10: Water Safety
12.20 Propaganda with Facts How cinema newsreels were used in the 1940s - during and after the war.
5: Don't Tell 'em You've Come to Win the War
Discussion notes available from Propaganda with Facts. BBC TV,
London [Postcode removed]. Please enclose 12" 9" sae with 22p postage
12.45 Pages from Ceefax
1.10 Mind How You Go
Ten programmes about road accident prevention, presented by JIMMY SAVILE OBE
10: You Can Save Lives ,
Book, E2.50 from booksellers
1.20 Treffpunkt: Deutschland Everyday life and language of German teenagers. 5: Freizeit
1.38 Around Scotland Not So Long Ago 3: Everybody Out
In this last episode Andrew is now grown-up and married, and the Newmans live - at last - in one of the coveted council houses. However, the family does not escape the effects of the industrial unrest of the 1920s.
2.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds It's not easy to replace a lost peg doll from a fire engine;
Cosmo and JENI BARNETT try to help Dibs. A group of Bristol boys perform a traditional
Punjabi dance. Book: Winklet Gets Lost by EILEEN RYDER, illustrated by STEPHANIE LANG Producer RICHARD CALLANAN
2.15 Music Time
10 Dick Whittington. A complete performance of the pantomime.
2.40 Walrus
Writing for an Audience
How some first-years at a London school made Passport to Pimlico


Unknown: Tom Harton
Producer: Alan Ereira
Presented By: Jimmy Savile
Script: Stephen Mulrine
Designer: David McKenzie
Producer: Peter Whiteford
Producer: Jeni Barnett
Illustrated By: Stephanie Lang
Producer: Richard Callanan
Unknown: Dick Whittington.
Director: Barry Tomalin
Producer: Morton Surguy
Andrew Newman: Alan Watters
Sarah Newman: Fiona Knowles
Grace Newman: Suzy Paterson
Janet Newman: Rosalind McInnes

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