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: For Schools and Colleges

9.15 Mathematics in Action Flow Diagram Introduced by DR RAYMOND CUNNINGHAME-GREEN Produced by EDWARD GOLDWYN
9.38 Maths Today: Year 2 Systems in Step
Introduced by STEWART GARTSIDE Produced by PETER BAKER
10.0 Maths Workshop: Stage 2 Turning Round
Introduced by JIM BOUCHER Produced by PETER weiss
10.25-10.45 Twentieth-Century Focus
Television - Medium or Message? 1: Television: The Medium
11.0 Watch!
Ice and Snow: 2 - People
Introduced by ROSANNE HARVEY Produced by HELEN NICOLL
11.18 Going to Work Catering
11.40 Making Music
Introduced by JULIAN SMITH with children from
LOVELACE JUNIOR SCHOOL, Chessington, Surrey.
Produced by JOHN HOSIER {
12.5 Colour
Engineering Craft and Science Unit 4: Metal Cutting - 2

Contributors

Introduced By: Dr Raymond Cunninghame-Green
Produced By: Edward Goldwyn
Introduced By: Stewart Gartside
Produced By: Peter Baker
Introduced By: Jim Boucher
Produced By: Peter Weiss
Introduced By: Rosanne Harvey
Produced By: Helen Nicoll
Introduced By: Julian Smith
Produced By: John Hosier

: Closedown

: FoaFe

A situation comedy series

: Interval

: The News

Weatherman BERT FOORD

Contributors

Unknown: Bert Foord

: Closedown

: For Schools and Colleges

Television Club: The Suspect by JOHN TULLY with ARNOLD PETERS , KENTON MOORE Incidental music by JONATHAN COHEN Produced by MORRIS BARRY
Series edited by DOROTHEA BROOKING

Contributors

Unknown: John Tully
Unknown: Arnold Peters
Music By: Jonathan Cohen
Produced By: Morris Barry
Edited By: Dorothea Brooking

: Closedown

: Practical Techniques for Nurses in Training

3: Early Care following Head Injury
Introduced by CHRISTINE PICKARD
Produced by GORDON CROTON (Booklet: see page 12)

Contributors

Introduced By: Christine Pickard
Produced By: Gordon Croton

: Interval

: Play School

: Jackanory

presents
The Tale of the Red Dragon by ALFRED BRADLEY
With THE OCTAGON THEATRE
COMPANY, BOLTON
Today: The Blue River t.

Contributors

Unknown: Alfred Bradley

: Animal Magic

A weekly series introduced by Johnny Morris
The World of Animals
In the wild, in the zoo, at home - a magazine of stories about animals constantly illustrating their own kind of magic.
Director GEORGE INGER
Producer DOUGLAS THOMAS (from Bristol)

Contributors

Introduced By: Johnny Morris
Director: George Inger
Producer: Douglas Thomas

: Dastardly and Muttley in their Flying Machines

A series of comedy cartoons featuring the Wacky Races favourite, Dick Dastardly , commander of the notorious Vulture Squadron, helped by his companion, Muttley.

Contributors

Unknown: Dick Dastardly

: Seeing Stars

with Patrick Moore The Stars in Space
This week PATRICK MOORE tells the life-story of a star, and shows how to find stars at different stages of their existence on the sky-charts.

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Moore
Unknown: Patrick Moore

: The Magic Roundabout

English version written and told by Eric Thompson.

Contributors

Created by: Serge Danot
Writer/Narrator: Eric Thompson

: Nationwide

The news, features, opinions of the country at large, and Your Region Tonight in particular
(including Regional Weather) co-ordinated by Michael Barratt
Reporters ROBERT LANGLEY , LYNN LEWIS JACK PIZZEY , PHILIP TIBENHAM
Assistant editor PHIL SIDEY Editor MICHAEL BUNCE

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Barratt
Reporters: Robert Langley
Reporters: Lynn Lewis
Reporters: Jack Pizzey
Reporters: Philip Tibenham
Editor: Phil Sidey
Editor: Michael Bunce

: Where in the World

FYFE ROBERTSON leads a team of world-travellers against JOHN CARTER 'S team of travel writers. They race to identify foreign scenes and answer questions about life in other countries.
Introduced by MICHAEL PARKINSON
Directed by BOB TONER
Produced by CECIL KORER

Contributors

Unknown: Fyfe Robertson
Unknown: John Carter
Introduced By: Michael Parkinson
Directed By: Bob Toner
Produced By: Cecil Korer

: ZCars

Nobody Wins, Nobody Loses Part 2 by ALLAN PRIOR Starring
James Ellis , Derek Waring with Ian Cullen
Douglas Fielding, Bernard Holley The promotion comes out in Orders ... and Newtown loses a policeman ...
Script editor TONY HOLLAND Designer GLORIA CLAYTON Producer RON CRADDOCK
Directed by JOAN CRAFT

Contributors

Unknown: James Ellis
Unknown: Derek Waring
Unknown: Ian Cullen
Unknown: Bernard Holley
Editor: Tony Holland
Designer: Gloria Clayton
Producer: Ron Craddock
Directed By: Joan Craft
Bagley: Léon Vitali
PC Newcombe: Bernard Holley
pc Skinner: Ian Cullen
BD Girl: Jennie Goossens
PC Walter: James Copeland
Sgt Lynch: James Ellis
Det Insp GOSS: Derek Waring
PC Quilley: Douglas Fielding
Teresa O'Farrell: Margaret Burton
Wilf: Laurence Harrington
Neighbours: Sheridan Grant
Neighbours: Leslie Bates
Harold Greenhalgh: Reg Lye
Jenny Fisher: Catherine Howe

: The Laugh Parade Top Secret

starring
George Cole
Oscar Homolka Nadia Gray
George Potts , sanitary engineer, sets off for a quiet holiday in France, and finds himself in the Kremlin and in possession of plans for a secret new British atomic bomb. The cold war becomes hot indeed for George in this hilarious comedy of mistaken identity.
Screenplay by JACK DAVIES and MICHAEL PERTWEt
Produced and directed by MARIO ZAMPI (This Week's Films: page 9'

Contributors

Unknown: George Cole
Unknown: Oscar Homolka
Unknown: Nadia Gray
Unknown: George Potts
Unknown: Jack Davies
Directed By: Mario Zampi
George: George Cole
ZekoV: Oscar Homolka
Tania: Nadia Gray
Rakov: Frederick Valk
Sir Hubert Wells: Wilfrid Hyde White
Smedley: Michael Medwin

: The Nine O'Clock News

presented this week by Robert Dougall with the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Dougall

: Ports in Peril - London and Rotterdam Tuesday's Documentary

with two reporters:
David Fairhall , BBC Television
John Peereboom, Dutch Television For centuries London was the greatest port in the world: today Rotterdam leads while London lags - sadly behind. Yet both are now in peril-a peril which may be inevitable for those who must catch the tide to fortune. What happens on the Thames is vital to this country because so much of her wealth and tradition is derived from ships and the sea; and we cannot afford to ignore Rotterdam which seems to be setting the style for other ports In the 1970s.
This film is a co-production between the BBC and the Dutch Television station NCRV. Two reporters - DAVID FAIRHALL. Defence and Shipping Correspondent of The Guardian, and JOHN PEEREBOOM London Correspondent of NCRV - approach the subject from their individual viewpoints. Each, conscious of the crisis facing his own country, looks at the problem of his neighbour and competitor on the other side of the North Sea.
In LONDON the problem is essentially one of stagnation. For the last 10 years the tonnage handled has been static at around 60 million tons. We are in danger of being left behind by the tide of economic expansion.
In ROTTERDAM the tonnage has climbed to three times that of London; but the danger for the Dutch is that they will be swept away by that tide, that they will be engulfed by the explosive industrial expansion that is an integral part of the new port.
Produced by PETER ROBINSON

Contributors

Unknown: David Fairhall
Reporters: David Fairhall.
Produced By: Peter Robinson

: Monty Python's Flying Circus

Conceived, written and performed by Graham Chapman , John Cleese Terry Gilliam , Eric Idle
Terry Jones , Michael Palin Also appearing Carol Cleveland Ian Davidson
Animations by TERRY GILLIAM Design CHRISTOPHER THOMPSON
Produced by JOHN HOWARD DAVIES and IAN MACNAUGHTON

Contributors

Unknown: Graham Chapman
Unknown: John Cleese
Unknown: Terry Gilliam
Unknown: Eric Idle
Unknown: Terry Jones
Unknown: Michael Palin
Unknown: Carol Cleveland
Unknown: Ian Davidson
Unknown: Terry Gilliam
Design: Christopher Thompson
Produced By: John Howard Davies
Produced By: Ian MacNaughton

: 24 Hours

A daily look at what matters in the news and out of it
Presented all this week by David Dimbleby with the latest news in pictures and with on-the-spot reports by BERNARD FALK , JAMES HOGG DAVID LOMAX , TOM MANGOLD
BARRIE PENROSE , DAVID TAYLOR and DENIS TUOHY and special contributions from
KEITH KYLE and ROBERT MCKENZIE
Producer of the week JOHN DEKKER Editor ANTHONY SMITH

Contributors

Unknown: David Dimbleby
Unknown: Bernard Falk
Unknown: James Hogg
Unknown: David Lomax
Unknown: Tom Mangold
Unknown: Barrie Penrose
Unknown: David Taylor
Unknown: Denis Tuohy
Unknown: Keith Kyle
Unknown: Robert McKenzie
Unknown: John Dekker
Editor: Anthony Smith

: Medicine Today

A fortnightly series of programmes for doctors
Production DAVID ALLEN
Series editor JAMES MCCLOY

Contributors

Editor: James McCloy

: Weatherman

followed by Regional News and Weather (all except London and Wales) Closedown








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