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: Engineering Science: 21: Current and Chemical Action

Previously shown on Tuesday
(to 9.35)

: Men in History: The Fifteenth Century: 9: Margaret Paston

For Schools
Previously shown on Monday
(to 9.58)

: Pure Mathematics: Year II: Programme 94

For Schools
Previously shown in March 1964
(to 10.20)

Contributors

Presented by: Norman Hyland
Director: Gwynne Jones

: Living in the Present: Living in the Future

A sociology series.
BBC film
Previously shown on Tuesday
(to 10.43)

: Watch with Mother: The Flowerpot Men

Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings

Gladys Whitred sings the songs
Peter Hawkins speaks the voices
Maria Bird writes the songs and music
BBC film
(to 11.00)

Contributors

Puppeteer: Audrey Atterbury
Puppeteer: Molly Gibson
Singer: Gladys Whitred
Voices: Peter Hawkins
Songwriter/music: Maria Bird

: Pioneers of Social Change: Alfred Harmsworth (later Lord Northcliffe)

For Schools
Previously shown on Tuesday
(to 11.25)

: Discovering Science: Living in Water

For Schools
Previously shown on Tuesday
(to 11.55)

: Science and Society: Unit IV: Tomorrow's Inheritance: 4: World Conservation

BBC film for Schools
Previously shown on Tuesday
(to 12.25)

: Heddiw

gydag Owen Edwards.
Topical items in Welsh.
(Crystal Palace, Sutton Coldfield, Holme Moss)

Contributors

Unknown: Owen Edwards

: The News

: Watch with Mother: Picture Book

Vera McKechnie turns the pages.
BBC film
(to 13.45)

Contributors

Presenter: Vera McKechnie
Editor: Maria Bird
Producer: Freda Lingstrom

: Science Session: Good Health: 4: Spanner in the Works

Drugs such as nicotine, alcohol, tranquillisers and 'pep' pills all have an effect on the nervous system-the body's co-ordinating system. This programme shows that, when wrongly used, they may act like a spanner in the works of this delicately balanced mechanism.
Presented by David Lynton Porter, Education Officer of the Central Council for Health Education.
For Schools
Repeated on Thursday at 10.0 a.m.
(to 14.25)

Contributors

Presenter: David Lynton Porter
Film edited by: James Langfield
Studio animations: Alfred Wurmser
Producer: Geoffrey Hall

: Living in the Present

A sociology series.
BBC film
Previously shown on Tuesday and on Wednesday at 10.23 a.m.
(to 14.50)

: Treasure House

where happy chance finds are made by Jeremy Carrad and Serendipity Dog who open the door on a world full of strange and entertaining facts.
From the West

Contributors

Presenter: Jeremy Carrad
Script: Stuart Wilkinson
Additional material: Tom Tully
Production team: Hugh Duggan
Production team: Bob Murray
Production team: Philip Mutton
Producer: Ronald Webster

: Jonny Quest: The Attack of the Tree People

A thrilling new film series.

After an accident at sea in their motor launch, Jonny and Hadji are washed up on an island and are threatened by ape men.

: The News

: Town and Around

News and views from London and the South-East.
Introduced by Richard Baker.
followed by The Weather

Contributors

Presenter: Richard Baker

: Adventure: The Hunting of the Truffle

Just the place for a... not a snark but something almost as strange. Tom Stobart, distinguished explorer, sets out to unravel the mystery of one of the most exotic and expensive of gourmets' delicacies.
First shown on June 7, 1963

6.30-6.55 The Law and Mr. Loviemore: Landlord and Tenant: by Denis Constanduros.
(Rowridge, Brighton)

Contributors

Explorer: Tom Stobart
Narrator: Anthony Smith
Photographed by: Roger Eastell
Sound mixer: Bob Saunders
Film editor: Larry Toft
Presented by: Harry Hastings
Series edited by: Brian Branston
Writer (The Law and Mr. Loviemore): Denis Constanduros

: Tonight

Introduced by Cliff Michelmore with the Tonight team.

Contributors

Presenter: Cliff Michelmore
Editor: Derrick Amoore

: The Third Man: Ghost Town

A film series.
Starring Michael Rennie as Harry Lime, Jonathan Harris as Bradford Webster.

First transmission on July 27, 1963

7.30-7.55 Grass Roots: 12: Day in the Dukeries: a series about England and the English.
(Oxford, Peterborough, Manningtree, Rowridge, Brighton)

Contributors

Teleplay: William Link
Teleplay: Richard Levison
Story consultant: Warner Law
Director: Robert M. Leeds
Producer: Irving Asher
Executive producer: Vernon Burns
Harry Lime: Michael Rennie
Bradford Webster: Jonathan Harris
Monica Sellers: Rosemarie Bowe
Rick: John Mitchum
Mr. Fox: Edward Norris
Sheriff Walsh: Harry Lauter

: Points of View

with Robert Robinson
A quick look at criticism and comments from viewers.
Letters for inclusion in these programmes should be addressed to: 'Points of View', [web address removed]

Contributors

Presenter: Robert Robinson

: Z Cars: The Fanatics


by John Wilson.
There are two young constables in each car, ready to deal with trouble as it happens.

Victor Division is invaded by Scots football fans-and P.C. Jock Weir is more than usually involved.

Contributors

Writer: John Wilson
Script editor: Kenneth Ware
Film sequences - Cameraman: Peter Hamilton
Film sequences - Editor: Sheila S. Tomlinson
Producer: David E. Rose
Director: Ian MacNaughton

: Sportsview

Introduced by Frank Bough.
bringing you Action-News-Personalities
featuring this week:

The Grand National
A look forward to the world's greatest steeplechase.

International Heavyweight Boxing: Johnny Prescott (Great Britain) v. Hubert Hilton (U.S.A.)
Highlights of this week's contest on the Reg King promotion at Nottingham Ice Rink.

Britain's Fight of the Year: Billy Walker v. Brian London
A preview of next week's heavyweight contest.

International Rugby Union: England v. Wales
Today's schoolboy international at Twickenham.

See page 39

Contributors

Presenter: Frank Bough
Boxer (International Heavyweight Boxing): Johnny Prescott
Boxer (International Heavyweight Boxing): Hubert Hilton
Boxer (Britain's Fight of the Year): Billy Walker
Boxer (Britain's Fight of the Year): Brian London
Presented by: Richard Tilling
Associate editor: Alan Hart
Associate editor: Lawrie Higgins
Editor: Cliff Morgan

: The News

: The Wednesday Play: Moving On

by Bill Mellen.
[Starring] Peter Jeffrey, David Collings, Godfrey Quigley, Jack Watson
with Eric Thompson
See page 39

Contributors

Writer: Bill Mellen
Film sequences - Cameraman: Russ Walker
Film sequences - Cameraman: Tom Friswell
Film sequences - Editor: Pam Bosworth
Fight arranger: Peter Diamond
Music: Don Lawson
Story editor: Roger Smith
Designer: Natasha Kroll
Producer: James MacTaggart
Director: Brian Parker
'Taffy' Thomas: David Collings
Staff Tucker: Peter Jeffrey
'Scouse' O'Brien: Eric Thompson
R.S.M. Edwards: Godfrey Quigley
Staff Pierson: Jack Watson
Staff Cross: Ken Wayne
Staff Labreeque: Philip Oxman
Captain Field: Keneth Thornett
Jock Gould: Roy Hanlon
Staff Derry: John Trenaman
Charlie Lloyd: Tony Wall
Blue Band: Robert Pitt
Bushey: James Appleby
Tagg: David Brewster
Ledbetter: Billy Dean
Carroll: Syd Deller
Higgens: Peter Diamond
Harries: Adrian Drarsky
O'Hara: Peter Newby

: News Extra

: Postscript

by The Rev. R. T. Brooks.

Contributors

Presenter: The Rev. R. T. Brooks








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