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: Play School

A programme for children at home.
Storyteller this week, Enid Lindsey
(to 11.30)

Contributors

Storyteller: Enid Lindsey

: Cricket: England v. Australia: Fourth Test Match

The fifth day's play at Old Trafford.
(to 15.15)

: Cricket

A further visit to Old Trafford.
(to 17.35)

: Line-Up

with Denis Tuohy
including the latest news

Contributors

Presenter: Denis Tuohy

: Tuesday Term

7.30 Mathematics '64: 15: Looking Ahead
A series of twenty programmes reflecting new trends in mathematics and in the teaching of mathematics.
Calculating machines relieve drudgery but they also illuminate the nature of elementary processes in arithmetic.
Presented by Alan Tammadge.

8.0 Basis for Decision: The Use of Operational Research: 3: The Human Factor
A series of three programmes on how scientific method can be used to solve problems of management.
It is not just the way the machines, money, and materials are organised that affects the success of an operation: the behaviour and attitudes of the men who run it are also the subject of Operational Research.
Presented by Professor P. Rivett.

8.45 Studying the Social Sciences: 6: Attitudes and Relationships
A series of six programmes prepared in association with the London School of Economics and Political Science.
The final programme in this series looks at three aspects of social studies all concerned with people's behaviour-social psychology, criminology, and industrial relations.
Among those taking part: Dr. Hilde Himmelweit, Dr. T.P. Morris, Professor B.C. Roberts
Introduced by Dr. Alan Little.

9.15 One Hundred Years of Marxism: 9: The End of an Ideology?
A series of nine programmes describing the development of Communist theory and practice from the time of Karl Marx to the present day.
In the concluding programme in this series Alan Bullock, Master of St. Catherine's College, Oxford; Alec Nove, Professor of Economics at Glasgow University and Peter Nettl, Lecturer in Politics at Leeds University consider the force of Marxist ideas in the political life of the world today.
Introduced by Warren Evans.

Contributors

Presenter (Mathematics '64): Geoffrey Matthews
Producer (Mathematics '64): David Roseveare
Presenter (Basis for Decision): Professor P. Rivett
Film Editor (Basis for Decision): Peter Austen-Hunt
Designer (Basis for Decision): Alan Hunter-Craig
Film Director (Basis for Decision): Julian Cooper
Studio director (Basis for Decision): Richard Thomas
Producer (Basis for Decision): Jill Wood
Speaker (Studying the Social Sciences): Dr. Hilde Himmelweit
Speaker (Studying the Social Sciences): Dr. T. P. Morris
Speaker (Studying the Social Sciences): Professor B. C. Roberts
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): Alan Bullock
Speaker (One Hundred Years of Marxism): Alec Nove
Speaker (One Hundred Years of Marxism): Peter Nettl
Presenter (One Hundred Years of Marxism): Warren Evans
Designer (One Hundred Years of Marxism): Norman James
Production assistant (One Hundred Years of Marxism): Julia Gaitskell
Producer (One Hundred Years of Marxism): Brian Smale-Adams

: Jazz 625

A second appearance by The Modern Jazz Quartet:
John Lewis (piano), Milt Jackson (vibraharp), Percy Heath (bass), Connie Kay (drums) featuring the guitar of Guest artist, Laurindo Almeida
Introduced by Steve Race.
(This programme is presented by arrangement with Harold Davison)

Contributors

Pianist: John Lewis
Vibraharp: Milt Jackson
Bass: Percy Heath
Drummer: Connie Kay
Guitarist: Laurindo Almeida
Presenter: Steve Race
Producer: Terry Henebery

: Newsroom

: Closedown

and a look at tomorrow








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