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: Play School

A programme for children at home.
Storyteller this week, David Kossoff
(to 11.30)

Contributors

Storyteller: David Kossoff
Presenter: Julie Stevens
Presenter: Rick Jones

: News

and Line-Up for Thursday

: Time Out

A weekly programme on the expanding world of leisure with Jeremy James,
Christopher Rainbow.
Including:
The Guns of James Bond
When 007 nearly lost his life during the episode related by Ian Fleming in From Russia with Love, Geoffrey Boothroyd, an industrial chemist in Glasgow, wrote to Fleming and suggested that if Bond continued to use his favourite gun, a Beretta, he would not last very long. This is the story of how Mr. Boothroyd rearmed Britain's most famous secret service agent.

Contributors

Presenter: Jeremy James
Presenter: Christopher Rainbow
Subject (The Guns of James Bond): Geoffrey Boothroyd
Producer: Dick Gilling
Producer: Bob Duncan
Producer: Bill Fitzwater
Producer: Roy Harris
Cameraman: Butch Calderwood
Sound: Maurice Everett
Film Editor: Bert Meadows
Film Editor: John House
Studio Director: Tom Conway
Associate Editor: Phil Pilley
Editor: Christopher Brasher

: The Great War: Part 16: Right is more precious than peace (President Wilson)

A twenty-six-part history of the 1914-1918 war.
First transmission on BBC-2, Sunday, September 13

: Story Parade: The Man Who Won the Pools

by J.I.M. Stewart.
Dramatised by William Emms.
With Trevor Bannister, Elizabeth Shepherd
(First transmission on BBC-2, May 29)
(Doris Hare is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre Company)

Contributors

Author: J.I.M. Stewart
Dramatised by: William Emms
Story Editor: Irene Shubik
Designer: Natasha Kroll
Producer: Eric Tayler
Director: Bryan Stonehouse
Phil Tombs: Trevor Bannister
Mrs Tombs: Doris Hare
Mr Prendick: Gerald Case
Reporter: Pat Gorman
Cameraman: Don Cavendish
Jean: Elizabeth Shepherd
Postman: Tony Lennon
Man at door: Richard Jacques
George Pratley: Anthony Wager
Beryl: Carol Austin
Mark Thickthorne: Peter Wyatt
Train guard: Walter Sparrow
Commissionaire: Robert Vahey
Colonel Hannay: Peter Bathurst
Mr McLeod: Vic Wise
Strip club manager: Norman Mitchell
Strip artiste: Julie Lester
Babette: Alison Frazer
Sir Aubrey Moore (Dolly): Danvers Walker
Alice Thickthorne: Pinkie Johnstone
Lord Braydon: Charles Lloyd Pack
Brevington: Richard Armour
Mrs Prendick: Bay White

: Wheelbase: The Car Cartoonist

Gordon Wilkins covers the world of motoring.
This week: The Car Cartoonist
Russell Brockbank in profile.

Contributors

Presenter: Gordon Wilkins
Subject: Russell Brockbank
Research: John Ebbrell
Research: Ken Pitman
Director: Douglas Hespe
Producer: Brian Robins

: Newsroom

followed by The Weather

: Late Night Line-Up

Round off the day with Denis Tuohy and Michael Dean.

Contributors

Presenter: Denis Tuohy
Presenter: Michael Dean








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