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: For the Schools: Science and Life: Transport and Communications: 9: Seeing by Echoes

"B Line 422 from London Radar you are clear of outbound traffic- Turn right heading zero 9 zero. You have 25 miles to go to the Watford Range".
From Air Traffic Control one of the radar controllers talks to the pilot of an incoming airliner. Today's programme shows how radar and radio are used to help transport.
Introduced by Arthur Garratt and Pat Hansford.
(BBC recording first shown on June 24)
(to 11.45)

Contributors

Presenter: Arthur Garratt
Presenter: Pat Hansford
Illustrator: Alfred Wurmser
Producer: Donald Grattan

: Beunydd

(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Holme Moss and Sutton Coldfield only)
(to 13.15)

: Wimbledon: Lawn Tennis Championships: Eighth day

BBC Outside Broadcast units cover the day's play direct from the All England Club.
At 2.0: Lunchtime Cricket Scores

Contributors

Commentator: Dan Maskell
Commentator: Peter West
Commentator: Michael Henderson
Television presentation: Humphrey Fisher
Television presentation: Douglas Fleming
Television presentation: Innes Lloyd

: Blue Peter

A weekly programme for younger viewers.
Introduced by Christopher Trace and Leila Williams.

Working with Wood
Owen Williams gives the last of his talks.

What the Brownies Do: 2 by Jean Francis

Contributors

Presenter: Christopher Trace
Presenter: Leila Williams
Item presenter (Working with Wood): Owen Williams
Item presenter (What the Brownies Do): Jean Francis
Producer: John Hunter Blair

: Railway Roundabout

A magazine programme for railway enthusiasts with John Adams and Patrick Whitehouse who devised and filmed the series.
Introduced by Peter Cranmer.
This month's edition includes:
Can you guess?; The Road to Skye King's Cross Shed; Spotters' Notebook
From the BBC's Midland television studio

Contributors

Deviser/filmed by: John Adams
Deviser/filmed by: Patrick Whitehouse
Presenter: Peter Cranmer
Producer: Peggy Bacon

: The Lone Ranger: Dead Man's Chest

Contributors

The Lone Ranger: Clayton Moore
Tonto: Jay Silverheels

: News Headlines; Sports News; The Weather

On transmitters serving the areas:
6.10 News for Scotland, Northern Ireland, and the English Regions
News from Wales: 6.15-6.20

: Wimbledon: Lawn Tennis Championships

The final transmission of the day direct from Wimbledon.

: The Thin Man: Ring Around Rosie

A film starring Peter Lawford as 'Nick', Phyllis Kirk as 'Nora' with 'Asta' the dog.

Nick sets out to discover who placed the bomb that wrecked his car. The trail leads to the flat below-and a girlish giggle on a tape recorder.

Contributors

Nick: Peter Lawford
Nora: Phyllis Kirk
Himself: Asta the dog

: News Summary

and Cricket: close of play scores

: Hi, Summer!

A Holiday Show with Kenneth Connor, Cliff Norton, Ken Morris and Joan Savage, Thelma Ruby, The George Mitchell Singers, Malcolm Lockyer and his Music.

Contributors

Comedian: Kenneth Connor
Performer: Cliff Norton
Entertainer: Ken Morris
Entertainer: Joan Savage
Performer: Thelma Ruby
Singers: The George Mitchell Singers
Musicians: Malcolm Lockyer and his Music
Script: George Wadmore
Script: Terry Nation
Script: John Junkin
Script: Hugh Woodhouse
Choreography: Deirdre Vivian
Vocal arrangements: George Mitchell
Musical arrangements: Malcolm Lockyer
Musical arrangements: Ray Terry
Settings: George Djurkovic
Producer: George Inns

: The Bob Hope Show

Starring Bob Hope, Rosemary Clooney, Wendell Corey, Sam Snead, David Rose and His Orchestra
Special guest: Joan Collins
(A recorded programme)

Contributors

Presenter/Comedian: Bob Hope
Guest: Rosemary Clooney
Guest: Wendell Corey
Guest: Sam Snead
Musicians: David Rose and His Orchestra
Guest: Joan Collins

: Eye on Research in America: 5: Full Fathom Five

Raymond Baxter reports.

The Pacific is the largest ocean in the world. It is also the deepest. In its waters live strange and primitive creatures-like the Hag fish with three separate hearts. The story of research, which ranges from the surface of the ocean down to its darkest depths, is told by scientists at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography of the University of California.

Contributors

Reporter: Raymond Baxter
Research and treatment: G. Rattray Taylor
Research and treatment: Norman Weisman
Film editor: John Pomeroy
Film direction: Norman Weisman
Series edited by: Aubrey E. Singer

: Television World Theatre presents: Mother Courage and her Children

(See panel and page 3)

A Chronicle Play of the Thirty Years War by Bertolt Brecht
English version by Eric Bentley
Adapted for television by Eric Crozier
[Starring] Flora Robson

Scene 1: Sweden 1624 The Swedish King recruiting for his campaign in Poland
Scene 2: Poland 1629 The Tent of the Swedish Commander
Scene 3: Poland 1629 The Swedish Camp before the Catholics attack
Scene 4: Bavaria 1632 Mother Courage's canteen during the funeral of the Catholic General, Tilly
Scene 5: Saxony 1632 The Protestant Camp with peace threatening Mother Courage with ruin
Scene 6: Winter 1634 Outside a half-ruined parsonage in the mountains of Saxony
Scene 7: January 1636 A Farmhouse near the Protestant town of Halle in Saxony
The Thirty Years War 1618-1648 was a religious war waged by the King of Sweden and the Protestant Princes of Northern Germany against the Catholics under the Emperor of Austria, aided by Poland and France. It ravaged the whole of Europe and killed half its population on the battlefields or by plague and famine. It brought no advantage to either side.

Contributors

Author: Bertolt Brecht
English version: Eric Bentley
Adapted for television by: Eric Crozier
Music: Paul Dessau
Music conducted by: Lionel Salter
Designer: Clifford Hatts
Producer: Rudolph Cartier
Anna Fierling, known as 'Mother Courage': Flora Robson
Her children - Eilif: Richard Shaw
Her children - 'Swiss Cheese': Timothy Bateson
Her children - Kattrin: Olive MacFarland
Recruiting Officer: Nigel Green
Recruiting Sergeant: Glyn Houston
Cook: Rupert Davies
Swedish Commander: David Davies
Army Chaplain: Michael Aldridge
Ordnance Officer: Jack Rodney
Yvette Pottier, a camp follower: Georgia Brown
Catholic Sergeant: Bernard Spear
One-Eyed Agent: Michael Mulcaster
Old Colonel: Michael Bates
First Catholic Soldier: John Baker
Regimental Clerk: Heinz Bernard
Second Catholic Soldier: Charles Ross
Singing Cavalryman: John McCarthy
Old Woman: Lilian Moubrey
Her Son: John Walker
First Protestant Soldier: Van Boolen
Parson's servant: Ann Tirard
Catholic Lieutenant: Walter Gotell
First Musketeer: Harold Siddons
Second Musketeer: John N. Gordon
Old Peasant: Eric Lugg
His Wife: Hilda Barry
His Son: Allan McClelland

: News Summary

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