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: Play School

A programme for children at home.
Storyteller this week, Barbara Mullen
(to 11.30)

Contributors

Storyteller: Barbara Mullen

: Line-Up

for Tuesday
and the latest news

: Tuesday Term

7.30 Mathematics '64: 11: Strawberries and Cream
A series of twenty programmes reflecting new trends in mathematics and in the teaching of mathematics.
Shopping for a garden-party leads to a 3 x 4 matrix. Aircraft design involves several 100 x 100 matrices and an electronic computer.
Presented by Geoffrey Matthews.

8.0 Revolution Round the Corner: 5: Paths of Progress
A series of six programmes examining the social, economic, and technological implications of automation.
Introduced by Derek Cooper.

8.45 Studying the Social Sciences: 2: Problems in a Changing Society
A series of six programmes prepared in association with the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Social Administration demands the accumulation of facts about society which must be recorded and analysed. Tonight's programme shows how public needs and services are studied in both human and economic terms.
Among those taking part: Professor D. V. Donnison, Professor R. M. Titmuss, Dr. R. H. Cassen, Dr. M. E. Beesley, Dr. Brian Abel-Smith
Introduced by Dr. Alan Little.

9.15 One Hundred Years of Marxism: 5: Was Stalin Necessary?
A series of nine programmes describing the development of Communist theory and practice from the time of Karl Marx to the present day.
John Erickson, Lecturer in Government, University of Manchester and Professor Alec Nove, Director of Soviet Studies, University of Glasgow consider the place of Joseph Stalin in the development of Communism.
Introduced by Warren Evans.

Contributors

Presenter (Mathematics '64): Geoffrey Matthews
Producer (Mathematics '64): David Roseveare
Presenter (Revolution Round the Corner): Derek Cooper
Editorial adviser (Revolution Round the Corner): Michael Shanks
Film cameraman (Revolution Round the Corner): David Mason
Film editor (Revolution Round the Corner): Michael Rabiger
Assistant producer (Revolution Round the Corner): Michael Barnes
Director (Revolution Round the Corner): Peter R. Smith
Producer (Revolution Round the Corner): Glyn Jones
Producer (Revolution Round the Corner): Brenda Horsfield
Speaker (Studying the Social Sciences): Professor D. V. Donnison
Speaker (Studying the Social Sciences): Professor R. M. Titmuss
Speaker (Studying the Social Sciences): Dr. R. H. Cassen
Speaker (Studying the Social Sciences): Dr. M. E. Beesley
Speaker (Studying the Social Sciences): Dr. Brian Abel-Smith
Presenter (Studying the Social Sciences): Dr. Alan Little
Designer (Studying the Social Sciences): Stuart Durant
Director (Studying the Social Sciences): Rosamund Davies
Executive producer (Studying the Social Sciences): Derek Holroyde
Speaker (One Hundred Years of Marxism): John Erickson
Speaker (One Hundred Years of Marxism): Professor Alec Nove
Presenter (One Hundred Years of Marxism): Warren Evans
Designer (One Hundred Years of Marxism): Norman James
Director (One Hundred Years of Marxism): Julia Gaitskell
Producer (One Hundred Years of Marxism): Brian Smale-Adams

: Jazz 625: Marian McPartland

The British jazz pianist, now living in America, in a session recorded during a recent visit to this country featuring Freddie Logan (bass), Allan Ganley (drums).
Introduced by Steve Race.

Contributors

Pianist: Marian McPartland
Bass: Freddie Logan
Drummer: Allan Ganley
Presenter: Steve Race
Producer: Terry Henebery

: Match of the Day

from Wimbledon
Jack Kramer brings you the best of Wimbledon, with recorded highlights of today's outstanding match in the All England Lawn Tennis Championships.

Contributors

Presenter: Jack Kramer
Editor: A. P. Wilkinson
Editor: Richard Tilling

: Newsroom

: Closedown

and a look at tomorrow








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