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: Play School

A programme for children at home.
Storyteller this week: Charles Leno
(to 11.30)

Contributors

Storyteller: Charles Leno

: Line-Up

for Tuesday
with John Stone, Denis Tuohy and the latest news.

Contributors

Presenter: John Stone
Presenter: Denis Tuohy

: Tuesday Term

7.30 Mathematics '64: 2: Clock Arithmetic and Fractions
A series of twenty programmes reflecting new trends in mathematics and in the teaching of mathematics.
Five hours after the end of this programme it will be 1 a.m. We can describe this 'addition' as '8+5=1.' How important is this idea?
'Five-ninths' is a fraction familiar to taxpayers, but is '5/9 'one' number or two?
Presented by Professor W. H. Cockcroft.

8.0 Men and Money: 2: A Question of Confidence
Written by Paul Ferris.
Spoken by Tony Garnett.
A series of six programmes about the City of London.
In one square mile can be found most of the important financial figures in the country. Who are they? What do they do? What is their power and influence?
The system is largely sustained by confidence ... in what?

8.45 Materials for the Engineer: 2: Metals Under Stress
A series of nine programmes on the science of materials made in collaboration with the Imperial College of Science and Technology, London.
Principal speaker, Professor J.G. Ball

9.15 Power in British Politics: 2: The Growth of the Parties
A series of six programmes which describe the development of our political system and show where power lies today.
This describes how the political parties have been shaped by the events of the last hundred years. In this programme Earl Attlee K.G., O.M., C.H. talks about his early days in the Labour Party.
Introduced by Maurice Shock, Tutor in Politics, University College, Oxford.

Contributors

Presenter (Mathematics '64): Professor W. H. Cockcroft
Producer (Mathematics' 64): David Roseveare
Writer (Men and Money): Paul Ferris
Consultant (Men and Money): Andrew Shonfield
Narrator (Men and Money): Tony Garnett
Film editor (Men and Money): Alan Martin
Executive producer (Men and Money): Bill Duncalf
Director (Men and Money): Roy Battersby
Presenter (Materials for the Engineer): Professor J.G. Ball
Music (Materials for the Engineer): Derrick Mason
Film editor (Materials for the Engineer): Peter Heffron
Script editor (Materials for the Engineer): Michael Clarke
Director (Materials for the Engineer): Kenneth Shepheard
Producer (Materials for the Engineer): Michael Heckford
Guest (Power in British Politics): Earl Attlee
Presenter (Power in British Politics): Maurice Shock
Producer (Power in British Politics): Jack Ashley

: Jazz 625

An All-Star Jam Session featuring Kenny Baker, George Chisholm, Tony Coe, Roy Willox, Laurie Holloway, Jack Fallon, Lennie Hastings.
Introduced by Steve Race.

Contributors

Trumpeter: Kenny Baker
Trombonist: George Chisholm
Musician: Tony Coe
Saxophonist: Roy Willox
Pianist: Laurie Holloway
Musician: Jack Fallon
Drummer: Lennie Hastings
Presenter: Steve Race
Settings: Marion Robinson
Director: Robin Scott
Producer: Terry Henebery

: Newsroom

: Closedown

and a look at tomorrow








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