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For Schools and Colleges


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9.38 Discovering Science
The Structure of the Earth
Introduced by MICHAEL UNDERWOOD Produced by JOHN FIELD
10.0 Merry-go-Round
Castors Away! by HESTER BURTON 2 : The Search for Sergeant Bubb
Adapted by JOHN TULLY
10.25-10.45 Science Extra: Physics Heated Argument between
11.0 A Year's Journey Iron Age Village
Introduced by ERIC SIMMS Produced by F. R. ELWELL
11.30-11.55 New Horizons: Men and Gods: Art for the Dead
In their tombs, the Egyptians made replicas of the world outside so that the spirits of the dead could go on living as before. Written and narrated by DR JOHN BROADBENT
Produced by MICHAEL GILL
12.5 Engineering: Craft and Science
Unit 1: Engineering Materials 6: Heat treatment in practice Introduced by D. R. C. HOLMES Produced by NAT TAYLOR


Introduced By: Michael Underwood
Produced By: John Field
Unknown: Hester Burton
Adapted By: John Tully
Produced By: Dorothea Brooking
Unknown: R. W. Brown
Unknown: Dr James Arthur
Unknown: Tenniel Evans
Unknown: Donald Morley
Produced By: David Roseveare
Introduced By: Eric Simms
Produced By: F. R. Elwell
Unknown: Dr John Broadbent
Produced By: Michael Gill
Introduced By: D. R. C. Holmes
Produced By: Nat Taylor
William Henchman: Peter Williams
Susan Henchman: Hilary Mason
Sergeant James Bubb: John Line
Tom Henchman: Louis Selwyn
Nell Henchman: Gillian Bailey
Lieutenant: Danvers Walker
Private: Paul Thompson

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BBC One London, 10 November 1969 9.38

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